Sweet Deviled Eggs
These are the best, sweetest deviled eggs around. Very simple to make and always a hit.
These are the best, sweetest deviled eggs around. Very simple to make and always a hit.
These were OK, be warned they are very sweet. A little too sweet for our taste however if you like really sweet eggs you may like these, we did not.Read More
Leave out the sugar and use sweet pickle relish and liquid from relish to taste. Use regular mustard instead of honey mustard.
Being a Christian, I call them Angel Eggs. Very delicious recipe.
These were very good, but be warned: they are sweet. I made my own honey mustard and cut the salt in half. They were even better after they sat in the frig for a few hours. I really liked them, but husband asked where the pickle relish was :)
I liked these a lot. Others thought they were too sweet. Next time cut down a little on both the salt and sugar and use smoked paprika instead of regular. Round 2: used half the called for amount of salt and sugar and tried smoked paprika. They were great. Do this again next time.
I loved this recipe but I made a few changes. I used a half teaspoon honey and one half teaspoon mustard. I did not add sugar. I used rice wine vinegar and 1 teaspoon worcestershire sauce. The hubby went nuts over it! This will be a favorite and the only deviled eggs recipe I use!
I thought the recipe was very good. If u try it try cutting back on the salt and pepper then taste because I thought that it was a little to much.
These were OK, be warned they are very sweet. A little too sweet for our taste however if you like really sweet eggs you may like these, we did not.
I made it exactly as the recipe stated and they were a big hit. I am now on permanent deviled egg duty for family gatherings. :)
Super easy, super good. Used dijon mustard instead because its all i had but I would say overall hella freaking good, MF!
Great recipe. First time I'd made deviled eggs and they turned out perfectly.
My adult son loves these. I was fixing them so often that the last time I made them for him, I sent him home with the eggs and a copy of the recipe. I made the original recipe but I will try some of the suggestions listed here for a change up. Thanks so much
Loved this sweet recipe for deviled eggs. The very best I have ever tasted!
family loves these
Excellent! Only one caution. I have been on a no added salt diet for years so I reduced the salt by half. It was still too salty. Next time I will eliminate the salt entirely.
Best deviled eggs I've ever had.
I used regular yellow mustard instead of honey mustard and these were delicious! Also added relish.
Delicious! These are not too sweet as written in the recipe. I did add less salt and pepper, but only because my husband gets really bad heartburn if he has too much. I love these eggs and will plan to make them again next Easter.
I used this recipe as a base. I used yellow mustard and half as much salt and pepper. Then I added some chipotle hot sauce. WOW what a difference.
Great flavor ! Will make again!
Great recipe, however I did make slight changes. I used spicy mustards & a Tsp of real honey. I also cut the tip off a 'New' Rx dispenser syringe & it was perfect for injecting each egg half with the mixture. I had very little left over & probably could've used it all but I don't like my eggs too stuffed. Again, delicious recipe! Highly recommend to try it for a something new twist on traditional deviled eggs :)
My family loved this recipe! I will be using again!!
Delish! Doubled the recipe and it came out well. I would personally half the sugar, though everyone else liked it as it. Will definitely make it again.
I enjoyed these, though I did end up adding yellow mustard and sweet pickle relish at the end.
We really liked this recipe, with a few modifications. I didn't use any sugar. I used honey instead. I also used regular mustard and think I used a little extra mayo (didn't really measure). I cut the amounts of salt, pepper, and vinegar in half. Lastly, I used apple cider vinegar instead of white vinegar. I will be making these again!
Easy to make and delicious! I didn’t have honey mustard and I left out the vinegar and it was still good. I used regular mustard. I hope to have all ingredients next time.
As others have commented this is too sweet. I would cut the sugar to 1 teaspoon and use Dijon mustard instead of honey mustard.
DON'T ADD THE AMOUNT OF SALT AND PEPPER that is called for in this recipe! My first batch of eggs were fed to my garbage disposal because of the overbearing salty taste. The second batch turned out well (I slowly added salt and pepper to taste).
Way too sweet
i absolutely loved these, BUT do not use honey mustard it makes it way to sweet. i also didn’t use paprika on top because i don’t do spicy stuff amdnit turned over very good.
My son ate just about all of these before his daughter's birthday party. I guess he really liked these.
I just wasted 2 dozen farm fresh eggs and my time. I should’ve known not to stray from a good old fashioned recipe. Can’t explain the taste. All I can say is it just ain’t right.
they were super salty. I was highly disappointed.
As many of the reviews say, cut down the sugar and salt. I put in 2 teaspoons sugar and no salt and we really like it. At the very least, start out with less sugar and salt and you can add more as you like.
Very first time making this. My son and my husband loves it. Really sweet so if you'd prefer it to be less sweet use half the sugar. I will be making this dish from now on !
added jalapeno and sweet relish for person taste but otherwise great.
I always have to add a bit of sweet pickle relish
We loved these sweet deviled eggs. The only change I made to the recipe is to leave out the salt. We eat low sodium at our house. It still turned out delicious. Try 'em!!!
I used 1/2 the sugar it called for.. a little less salt, I used miracle whip because I did not have mayonnaise, also used the honey mustard but I had some southwest honey mustard and decided to put a little of that in too.... that gave it the kick I was looking for..... It was still plenty sweet but NOT TOO...
deviled eggs are always a huge hit at my family gatherings. This recipe with added sugar was gone in a matter of minutes.
Tasty, traditional flavor.
I also used pickle juice ... They came out Amazing!!!!!
We make these every Easter. Maybe a bit to sweet for my family as written, so I cut the sugar (and salt) in half and use mild Dijon mustard. Perfect amount of sweet for us. If you like your deviled eggs more sweet, these are perfect as written.
These were super yummy. I followed this recipe using 10 eggs and only adding a little more mayo. Otherwise the seasoning was perfect. Everyone at my party loved them and I’ll definitely make them again!
I'll probably add a bit more mayo next time. They were stiff and hard to pipe. Made for church and they were a hit, though!
I didn't make any changes and yes, I would definitely make them again. I forgot to serve them with dinner so we enjoyed them with dessert !
I will definitely make these again. A very good flavor. The best recipe that I have tried yet.
A very pleasant variation.
Great nit all that sweat relish I tripled it for Christmas
These were awful...the filling was runny, the taste was atrociously sweet...complete waste of time & ingredients...threw them out!
Family loved it!
I made this and everyone raved about how great it was! I used all the required ingredients and I added sweet relish.
pretty tasty, i would reduce pepper by 1/2 though, it's pretty strong. but definitely will make this recipe again. super easy
Enjoyed it! Brought this for someone's birthday at work and they absolutely loved it thanks!
I've made these multiple times and they are always a hit! I didn't make any changes to the recipe. I used Hellman's mayo. Super yummy!
good base recipe. I substituted relish in place of sugar. Also, after reading the previous reviews, I added salt and pepper to taste instead of the suggested serving
I did add the relish to the existing recipe, and Holy cow!!! Thank you for sharing!
Made recipe as directed and they were way too salty. I had to ditch them because they weren’t even edible.
Yummy but I might add a little less sugar next time since the honey mustard also adds some sweetness.
Add just a little sugar at a time until the mix is to your satisfaction.
I liked them, but just “so so” according to guests. Too sweet for our tastes.
Way too salty! Was awful!
Way too much salt and pepper! I love everything else in this except that. I would have done about 1/8 tsp of each.
They came out great! Got a lot of compliments on them during Thanksgiving. I also added some hot sauce to half of the eggs and they were the first ones finished!
Made just as written. Very good flavor. A bit runny, but firms up a little after refrigeration. A dash of hot sauce on top of half of them for a mix of flavors was a nice addition. I loved that they were sweet!
I just made for Thanksgiving! Looks and taste delicious! Easy to peel and make!! Thank you!