Deviled eggs are the quintessential party food and perfect for Holidays, parties, or Easter. My deviled egg recipe is really simple and uses chopped dill pickles and pickle juice to help flavor the eggs. Next, I top them with the ever so popular Everything Bagel seasoning.
Once you find the perfect way to make hard-boiled eggs the process is really easy. There are so many methods for making hard-boiled eggs out there and hacks for making the shell easier to peel.
What can I do with Everything Bagel Seasoning?
Everything bagel seasoning is so popular right now. There’s an Aldi Facebook group and every day I see someone new who has purchased that seasoning not knowing what you can all do with it. The most common way to use that seasoning is on avocado toast. What else can you do with this seasoning? Let me tell you, friends.
Celery sticks with cream cheese in the middle, season the sticks with bagel seasoning.
Chicken, salmon, or steak seasoning
Cottage cheese seasoning
Baked potato seasoning
Cucumbers with cream cheese topped with bagel seasoning
Make your own bagels out of 2 ingredient dough and flavor it with the seasoning
Eggs, scrambled or fried
How to make Everything Bagel Deviled Eggs
First off, hard-boiled eggs are required. There are so many methods out there to make hard-boiled eggs. Boiling, Instant Pot, Air Fryer, etc. My favorite method is using my Air Fryer. Use a temperature of 260 degrees and air fry the eggs for 16 minutes. Place them in an ice-water bath immediately to stop them from cooking longer. When the eggs are cooled off peel them and cut them in half. Scoop out the egg yolks with a spoon.
Mix the egg yolks, mayonnaise, chopped pickle, and dill pickle juice together in a small bowl. Add to a piping bag or freezer bag and cut a hole at the bottom.
Pipe onto eggs and season with Everything Bagel Seasoning.
Tips for Deviled Eggs
Deviled eggs can be made a day or two ahead of time. Find an airtight container for these to store them in. Do not use saran wrap to cover these up or half the egg will end up sticking to the saran wrap. Trust me on this. I used to work at a hotel and make deviled eggs there for parties.
Many people look for tricks or hacks on how to peel hard-boiled eggs easily. I’ve never had any problems with my Air Fryer Hard Boiled Egg recipe I’ve used below. It’s just part of the process of making deviled eggs folks. Crack the egg shell on a bowl first and start peeling.
Many grocery stores these days have hard-boiled eggs for you to buy so you don’t have to peel them.
Other Egg RecipesPrint
- 4 large eggs, hard boiled
- ¼ cup of light mayonnaise
- 1 dill pickle spear, chopped
- 2 tsp of dill pickle juice
- Everything bagel seasoning
- Slice the eggs in half, lengthwise. Scoop out the egg yolk and add that to a bowl with the mayonnaise, chopped pickles, and pickle juice. Stir to combine.
- Add the egg and mayonnaise mixture to a piping bag. Seal the bag shut and pipe the egg mixture on top of the eggs where the egg yolk used to be. Sprinkle everything bagel seasoning on top of the eggs. (as much as you like)
This recipe calls for already made hard boiled eggs. If you have an air fryer, check out my method for cooking eggs in your air fryer. Recipe is listed in the Other Egg Recipes section of this post.
MyWW points: Blue: 1; Green: 2; Purple: 1
WW points are calculated using the recipe builder and not the nutrition info calculator.
- Category: Easy
- Method: Boil
- Cuisine: American
- Serving Size: 1 egg halve
- Calories: 41.1
- Sugar: .3g
- Fat: 2.8g
- Saturated Fat: .8g
- Carbohydrates: .5g
- Fiber: 0g
- Protein: 3.2g
Keywords: everything bagel deviled eggs
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