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  • David Skarin

Smoked Deviled Eggs

Updated: Jan 21, 2021

One of my favorite appetizers growing up, and still today, is deviled eggs. My mom used to make them fairly regularly when I was a kid but they were always guaranteed on Easter. After finding the eggs, we’d get to work and peel them to prepare for a day of feasting. They are super easy and oh so delicious.

I wanted to try to find a way to elevate these so I decided to smoke the eggs. This is an easy process, just need to be steady on your temperature. From here, you can also get super creative and mix up a bunch of different options. See above, I added can almost never go wrong by adding bacon! One of best friends serves his with a slice of avocado.

One tip in making any type of deviled eggs, don’t try to make them “healthy”. My mother-in-law made them once trying to use some yogurt base, they were awful…like, gag awful. I rarely will ever tell someone their food tastes bad, but it was that bad. Sorry, Jenny! So, do yourself and your guests a favor, go full flavor!


Fast Facts

Category: Appetizers, Sides, Other

Prep Time: 10-15 Minutes

Total Time: 10-15 Minutes if eggs are ready, 2 hours 30 minutes if not

Cook Date: September 12, 2020


Ingredient List

  • 6 Smoked Eggs, peeled and halved

  • 2 Tablespoons mayonnaise

  • 1 Tablespoon Dijon mustard (I prefer Dijon, a spicy brown mustard works well too. I’ve seen it done with yellow mustard but can’t say I’ve tried it)

  • Salt and pepper to taste

  • Optional: Bacon, avocado, any topping desired!

Supply List



Step 1: Peel your eggs and half them exposing the yolk. Remove the yolk and place in the mixing bowl. Set aside the white eggs.

Step 2: In a mixing bowl, combine your egg yolks, mayonnaise, and mustard. Mash the egg yolk and mix until smooth. Taste and then add salt and pepper to taste, slowly.

Step 3: You can do this step multiple ways but the principle is to take the mixture and fill the cavity of the egg white with said mixture. The way I was taught growing up was using a spoon, which works great and is very easy. If you are looking for a “cleaner” look, you can add the mixture to a Ziploc bag, cut the end of the bag and use it as a piping tool to fill the egg. Either way works great and the outcome is the same, a delicious appetizer!


Lessons Learned (Note: I will update this section to include your lessons learned from the comment section)


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