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Low Carb Deviled Eggs Recipe Best & Easiest

Deviled Eggs are the perfect dish to bring to a holiday gathering or to serve your guests this Thanksgiving.

I have yet to meet someone who didn’t enjoy these quick deviled eggs and I enjoy making them because this recipe not only creates delicious deviled eggs but this is a really easy egg recipe. 

I have heard time and time again that these are the best deviled eggs and since this is such an easy recipe for the keto diet, this is my favorite way to make them. 

The best part is that you can customize this recipe to work for you, there are many different ways to boil eggs . You can use your instant pot to make hard boiled eggs or bring eggs in a pot of water to a rolling boil on the stove. Whichever way you decide is easiest for you to prepare the egg whites and egg yolks, with this recipe you will have the perfect snack for any holiday party. 

Low Carb Deviled Eggs Recipe 

How are these Deviled Eggs so Easy to Make? 

This Simple deviled eggs recipe is packed with the perfect amount of flavor and surprisingly not a lot of ingredients.

The inspiration for this easy deviled eggs recipe comes from my family being really, really picky about the recipe I used to make.

Apparently, I am the only mustard lover in my home and I tend to use it a bit too much. Another ingredient I usually pour on pretty heavy before being met with complaints is cayenne pepper. 

So I decided to ease up on these two ingredients a bit and add in a few others to make the family happy, all while keeping the deviled eggs easy to make. 

Are Deviled Eggs a Healthy Snack?

Yes! This deviled eggs recipe makes a perfectly healthy snack that fits into lots of different diets.

Low in carbs, and very filling, it’s always a good idea to have some deviled eggs prepared for when the cravings hit. 

It’s the kind of healthy snack that doesn’t seem like it’s healthy because it is so good and satisfying. 

Are Deviled Eggs Keto Friendly?

Yes! This deviled eggs recipe is keto-friendly. These are keto deviled eggs. I love being able to have a quick and easy go-to recipe while following Keto.

Since this recipe is so easy to make, I usually have a good supply at all times. 

I have found that the best way to avoid eating bad foods is to have a constant supply of good foods readily available.

Since healthier foods tend to need a little more prep work, it’s a good idea to plan ahead.

This will help you avoid the temptation to grab something quick and unhealthy.

How to Make the Best Deviled Eggs 

Boil eggs, peel, and allow to cool in cold water or an ice bath. Sometimes just bringing the eggs down to room temperature can make for an easy peel but the cold water helps speed up the process. 

This is something that I usually do well in advance of preparing these deviled eggs.

I always have a healthy supply of eggs in my fridge because they are a great snack for keto and my dog loves them! 

She actually sits right next to the sink when I am peeling them, every single time I make them. 

How to Make Deviled Eggs Look Pretty

After allowing your eggs to cool, cut them in half.

Using a spoon, hollow out the center and put the yolk into a bowl. 

If your shapes aren’t perfect, there is no need to worry at this point.

The filling will cover any imperfections in the appearance. 

Plus, the last step is (spoiler alert) to sprinkle chives and cayenne pepper on top.

This step will help disguise whatever the filling didn’t cover-up.

Add all of the ingredients except the chives and cayenne pepper to the bowl with the yolks, then mix the ingredients together until well combined. 

After everything is well combined, scoop the egg yolk filling into the egg halves. If you have the need to really show off, use a piping bag to add the filling. 

Use a fork to fluff up the filling for a neater look if you’d like to, this is not necessary for the deviled eggs to come out best, the flavor will be the same.

Assemble your deviled eggs on a serving tray or in an airtight container.

Sprinkle the tops with the chives and cayenne pepper. You can sprinkle on extras if you desire, some of my favorites include black pepper, bacon bits, sea salt, or an extra sprinkle of paprika.

Serve after chilling in the refrigerator for about an hour. 

Variations on this Low Carb Deviled Eggs Recipe 

If you are following a low carb diet, you may feel like you are eating keto egg salad and this keto deviled eggs recipe so much that you want to change things up a bit. I have tried making these keto deviled eggs recipe with lots of special ingredients to give these low carb deviled eggs recipe a new flavor profile. 

Try adding in sour cream, dijon mustard, or hot sauce if you like high heat, to create a great appetizer or finger food that is a greaet low carb snack.

I hope you have enjoyed making this deviled egg recipe and agree that it is not only delicious but so simple to make, too!

Please share this post on your favorite social media and don’t forget to leave me a comment letting me know what you think of this recipe! 

Find More Low Carb Recipes

This Low Carb Chicken Zucchini Alfredo Skillet is an easy and quick dinner idea for those on Keto or following a low carb diet. Whip up dinner fast without much preperation needed and still enjoy a delicious meal that the whole family will love. 

Another one pan meal that comes together so easily is this Easy Low Carb Dinner Cheesesteak Skillet. Also great for those following a keto diet or low carb lifestyle. 

Not easy enough? Try this low carb keto crockpot dump meal.

Don’t forget dessert! This chocolate chip cheesecake recipe is perfect for those of us with a sweet tooth that just won’t quit! You won’t want to miss this low carb peanut butter pie recipe

Deviled Eggs Recipe Best & Easiest

Deviled Eggs Recipe Best & Easiest

Ingredients

  • 6 Eggs
  • 2 Tablespoons of Mayonaise
  • 1/4 Teaspoon of Spicy Mustard
  • 1/2 Teaspoon of Yellow Mustard
  • 1/8 Teaspoon of Salt
  • 1/8 Teaspoon of Pepper
  • 1/8 Teaspoon of Paprika
  • Sprinkle with Cayenne Pepper & Chives

Instructions

Boil eggs, peel, and allow to cool.

Cut eggs in half. Hollow out the center and put the yolk into a bowl.

Add all of the ingredients except the chives and cayenne pepper to the bowl with the yolks.

Mix the ingredients together until well combined.

Scoop into the egg halves. Use a fork to fluff up the filling for a neater look if you'd like to, this is not necessary for the deviled eggs to come out best, the flavor will be the same.

Sprinkled the tops with the chives and cayenne pepper.

Serve after chilling for about an hour.

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Angela

Thursday 19th of November 2020

That’s amazing bcz i start doing keto do it is useful for me.

LuciWest

Wednesday 18th of November 2020

Your version of this classic dish sounds delicious and easy. Seems like the secret to its success may be in using two different kinds of mustard.

Yeah Lifestyle

Wednesday 18th of November 2020

This is such a lovely starter dish to prepare and so simple as well, thank you for sharing your recipe

crisshex88

Wednesday 18th of November 2020

I like the title itself and heralds the strong taste of eggs and then I love revisiting hard-boiled eggs!

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