Honey Mustard Deviled Eggs Recipe

Every time we host a family get-together we whip up a big batch of deviled eggs. Sometimes we make the classic-style recipe and at other times we try out some unconditional recipes that offer a different twist. Two of our favorite ways to make them includes adding in some guac and the second way is like the recipe below.

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Honey Mustard Deviled Eggs Recipe

Honey Mustard Deviled Eggs Recipe

1 dozen large eggs, hard-cooked and peeled
1/3 cup mayonnaise
1 Tbsp. Pod & Bean™ White Chocolate Raspberry Honey Mustard
1/2 tsp. Pod & Bean™ Caribbean Seasoning Blend
Salt, to taste
1 Tbsp. chives, finely diced

Cut eggs in half lengthwise, and carefully remove yolks.

Mash yolks and stir in mayonnaise, Pod & Bean™ White Chocolate Raspberry Honey Mustard, Pod & Bean™ Caribbean Seasoning Blend, and salt, if needed.

Spoon or pipe egg yolk mixture into egg halves. Top with chives. Add 2 tsp. Pod & Bean™ Green Chili Hot Sauce to add a little kick.

Chef Tip: The fresher the eggs, the more difficult they are to peel. For ease of peeling, buy and refrigerate eggs a week prior to use.

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Comments

  1. Jo-Ann Brightman says:

    This is a new kind of mustard. I have never added fruit or chocolate to my deviled eggs. It could bean interesting twist to the recipe.

  2. I have never heard of this kind of mustard.It sounds interesting. Iuse djon or just plain mustard in mine.I dont think you can mess up a deviled egg though they are always good.

  3. gloria patteson says:

    My brother has chickens and they must be real happy chickens because out of dozen I have 5 double yokes. The eggs are so big they are really great to devil. I have never used the honey mustard and seasoning blend you do and they sound so good. I use Texas Petes honey mustard have to order on line not sold local. I try to add a little kick. Going to have to check out this seasoning blend.

  4. I love eggs any way you fix them! This sounds like a delicious deviled egg recipe. It is definitely more spicy than the one I make. I would love to try this!

  5. Peggy Nunn says:

    These sound good to me but I am not sure how my family will like them. I will just make them and see how they take them. They will eat them or I will have a big treat for myself. Thank you for the recipe.

  6. I liked learning about buying eggs a week before I use them for this. I made deviled eggs this week since everyone asks for them. I’ve tried a few variations but nothing drastic.

  7. Cathy Jarolin says:

    Your recipe sounds yummy! I usually add mustard to my deviled eggs anyhow. Gives it a nice yellow shade. So to add the Raspberry chocolate Honey mustard would give it just enough kick . The hot sauce would be out! Lol~

  8. I know most people dig this honey mustard craze but I do not. I like honey but not mustard. I also just like my boiled eggs with a bit of salt and a touch of basil.

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