BLT Deviled Eggs

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BLT Deviled Eggs BLT Deviled Eggs

Prep Time: 20 min
Cook Time: 10 min
Difficulty: Easy

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6 large eggs, hard-boiled and peeled
1/4 cup mayonnaise
3 slices bacon, cooked and crumbled plus more for garnish, if desired
2 cherry tomatoes, seeded and finely chopped
1 tablespoon dried parsley flakes
Salt and freshly ground black pepper





Halve the eggs lengthwise. Remove the yolks and add them to a medium bowl. Mash the yolks with a fork and stir in the mayonnaise, bacon, tomatoes, and parsley. Add salt and pepper, to taste, and blend well.

Fill the egg whites evenly with the yolk mixture and garnish with bacon, if desired. Arrange them in a container and store, covered, in the refrigerator until ready to serve.

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Im going to try your BLT DEVILED EGGS . They sound yummy. Paula, what I really wanted to tell you is that I purchased a set of your pots and pans this past Christmas. They are absolutely the best I have ever had and ive had some really expensive ones too. I like how you can go from top of stove to oven just like that and I love how the bottom of the pans are colored just like the sides. They dont get dirty and nasty looking like most pans do after long use. I love them. If these wear out , I'll just buy another set. Keep up the good work.

By Diane Nesseth DIANE NESSETH on April 20, 2014


Paula it"s so nice that you are back , we need people like you , now food chanel its not the same so much thing that they put there that we do not feel to wash it any more, we need good chefs like you we love your food and we love you thanks

By Concepcion Ramirez on April 19, 2014


I really have a hard time reading some comments and understanding where they are coming from as to they say " a recipe with no mustard in " as if you have to follow a recipe to the T. A recipe is a guide only, your personal preferences of what you or your family like or dislike, is totally up to you. In our family we don't like onions, so instead of adding green onions I change a recipe and add finely chopped celery, and a little green sweet relish, and never had a complaint that anyone missed the green onions in the deviled eggs!!!

By Eileen Charbonneau on April 19, 2014



By DONA STEVENS on April 19, 2014


I support Ms. Deen and her restaurants! Ken Williams, MD Whitemarsh Island, GA

By Ken Williams, MD on June 26, 2013


I made the BLT Eggs FOR OUR easter dinner in the park, I made over a 100 of them, they went over like a THERE WAS NO TOMMORROW!! everyone loved them & wanted to know who gave me this fabulous recipe.? i told go watch youre t.v & turn it on ch 110 until you see PAULA DEAN. EVERYONE HAD A GREAT TIME PAULA, THANK YOU FOR THE RECIPE. MY 3 YEAR OLD GR. GRANDAUGHTER REALLY LOVED EGGS, SHE ATE 5 ALONE!!! & SHE DOESNT CARE FOR EGGS. THANK YOU ONCE AGAIN. MARILYN CRUM

By MARILYN CRUM on March 29, 2013


Great Festive Appetizer! Made these for a Christmas Party and they were a hit! Topped each egg with a piece of chopped tomato and sprinkled them with parsley to give them a Christmas touch! Great way to change up an old favorite.

By Kim on December 23, 2012


These eggs are great! I add minced scallions to the recipe and usually up the basic ingredients. I'm constantly asked to make them for different gatherings and they are always gone. People constantly ask what is in them. Thanks for the recipe.

By Anonymous on June 24, 2012


I love your reciepes

By Pauline on April 04, 2012


Thank you for sharing your recipes. They are all just great. At least the ones I have tried. I love southern cooking even with all the butter and bacon fat.

By Dee Dalton on April 03, 2012


This is a great recipe. I tuned down the salt a little and used peppered bacon. Awesome, awesome recipe.

By olechovski on October 04, 2011


These were great!! I made the BLT along with The Southwestern Deviled Eggs for a family gathering. There were none left!! Everyone loved them! Thanks for great recipes Donna

By Donna on May 29, 2011


Eggcelent!! Hardy har! Very easy and tasty! Nice recipe that doesn't call for mustard, for once! We made these and southwestern recipe for a holiday party, what a hit! Thanks again Paula!

By Meghan W on December 18, 2010


yummy! it doesn't get any more southern than that gals!

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By Anonymous on June 25, 2010


Awesome, they are a hit with my family and friends. Everyone is asking for me to bring to all get-togethers. Thanks Paula.

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By Anonymous on May 25, 2010


Way better than regular deviled eggs. Sounds a little weird, but they are so good. I am on a low carb diet and these are perfect for it!

By Anonymous on May 12, 2010

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