These show-stopper Deluxe BLT Deviled Eggs will be a hit at your next get-together! When the classic BLT meets the classic deviled egg, it's an "eggscellent" thing!
At my house, deviled eggs are essential in a holiday spread of yummy goodies. You might ask, "What makes these deluxe?" It's the fact that combining two classic dishes into one creates pure magic! Savory bacon, juicy tomatoes, and crisp lettuce take your average deviled eggs to the next level! They're simple to make with just a few basic ingredients, and there are never any left over.
Deluxe BLT Deviled Eggs fit the bill for high protein, low carbohydrate options for meals and snacks. Eggs are rich in protein, vitamins, and minerals and they provide a good dose of satisfaction in between meals. Pure Flavor®Cloud 9 ® Bite-Sized Fruity Tomatoes The greens and cherry tomatoes add a low-calorie vegetable touch with lots of nutrients as well as a pop of freshness and color that sets these eggs apart. Crispy cooked bacon also adds a crunch and savoriness that'll keep you coming back for more.
Hold on to your britches! These "eggscellent" deluxe BLT deviled eggs aren't going to last long at your next holiday event. Everyone will be asking for the recipe!
Table of Contents
What You’ll Need
Ingredient Amounts Listed in the Recipe Card Below
- Hard Boiled Eggs
- Dijon Mustard
- Cherry or grape tomatoesPure Flavor®Cloud 9 ® Bite-Sized Fruity Tomatoes
- Micro Greens or Arugula
Tools You’ll Need
- Mixing Bowl
- Cutting Board
- Chef’s Knife
- Ziploc Bag
Why You’ll like this Recipe
- They have a nostalgic appeal as they bring back happy memories of family get-togethers and holidays!
- They can be made ahead of time!
- They’re a show-stopper amongst a spread of appetizers!
- They’re low in carbohydrates and high in protein!
- They’re absolutely delicious!
How to Make This Recipe
- Quarter each tomato. Set aside 18 of the quarters. For the rest, deseed and finely dice.
- Cut the hard-boiled eggs in half lengthwise and remove the yolks. Place the yolks in a small mixing bowl and set the egg whites aside. Mash the egg yolks with a fork until they are crumbly.
- Add the mayonnaise, Dijon mustard, all but 2 tablespoons of the bacon, and the finely diced tomato. Mix well until the filling is smooth and creamy.
- Spoon or pipe the filling into the egg white halves. Garnish each halved, filled egg with a piece of crumbled bacon, a tomato quarter, and micro-greens or arugula. Dust the tops with freshly ground black pepper.
Tips and Substitutions
- You can use either regular or light mayonnaise. You can also use either regular or turkey bacon.
- Mayonnaise can be substituted with Miracle Whip if desired.
- I omit relish in Deluxe BLT Deviled Eggs, but you can certainly add 1-2 tablespoons of it back if that's how you prefer your deviled eggs.
- If making ahead of time, do everything but add the greens as they can wilt. Leave that for right before serving.
- If you have leftovers, you can chop them up to put in a wrap or on a sandwich. It's also great as an avocado toast topper.
- Deviled eggs can be stored in the refrigerator for up to four days in an airtight container or covered tightly with plastic wrap.
- Keep the deviled eggs chilled until you're ready to serve them.
- It's important to note that deviled eggs should not be left at room temperature for more than two hours, as this can cause the eggs to spoil and become unsafe to eat. If you're serving deviled eggs at a party or event, be sure to keep them chilled on ice or in a cooler.
Frequently Asked Questions
Deviled eggs can be made up to one day in advance and stored in the refrigerator until you're ready to serve them.
Deviled eggs are not recommended for freezing, as the texture of the eggs can become rubbery and the filling may separate.
See my Perfect Peel Boiled Eggs!
With bacon and tomatoes in the filling, it makes it slightly harder to have the star tip piping ability that you can get with a smooth yolk. You can add other garnishes such as chopped herbs, toasted bread crumbs, or paprika.
Deviled eggs can be a healthy snack or appetizer, as eggs are a good source of protein and healthy fats. However, the filling can be high in calories and fat, so it's important to watch portion sizes.
Yes, there are no gluten-containing products in these deviled eggs. As always, be sure to check your ingredients to make sure.
Yes! One halved deviled egg has 1 gram of carbohydrates.
More Recipes Like This
- Perfect Peel Boiled Eggs
- Best Ever Tuna Egg Salad
- Bacon Egg Salad
- Decadent Devil Eggs
- Mini Veggie Bacon Quiches
Deluxe BLT Deviled Eggs
- 9 hard boiled eggs peeled
- ⅓ cup mayonnaise
- 1 tablespoon dijon mustard
- ½ cup cooked and crumbed bacon divided
- ½ pint Pure Flavor®Cloud 9 ® Bite-Sized Fruity Tomatoes divided
- ¼ cup micro greens or arugula leaves
- Black Pepper for garnish
- Slice each egg in half lengthwise and gently remove the yolks. Place the egg white halves on a serving dish.
- In a medium bowl, break up and fluff the yolks. Add mayonnaise and dijon mustard and mix until it’s a cohesive blend.
- Quarter the tomatoes. Set aside 18 of the quartered tomato wedges. For the remaining tomatoes, remove the seeds and slice into smaller pieces.
- Fold the de-seeded tomatoes and all but 2 tablespoons of the bacon. Once combined, transfer the mixture into a plastic bag. Snip one corner of the bag and evenly pipe the filling into the halved egg whites.
- On each yolk filling, place small crumble of bacon, a couple micro greens or arugula leaf, and one quartered tomato. Sprinkle the stuffed eggs with black pepper.