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Sinfully Delicious Deviled Egg Salad Recipe

Sinfully Delicious Deviled Egg Salad Recipe

Looking for a classic deviled egg salad recipe the whole family will love? Using eggs, mayo, Dijon mustard, Vidalia onions, and dill pickles…you’ll love this super simple deviled egg salad recipe.

Deviled Egg Salad Recipe
This sinfully delicious deviled egg salad recipe uses just a few ingredients and is ready in under 15 minutes.
This deviled egg salad recipe is sinfully delicious and perfect for hot summer days! Make this deviled egg salad recipe for sandwiches or spread on crackers for a protein packed snack.
When I was younger, as soon as school let out for the Summer I would head to Florida and spend several weeks with my Nana and Grandaddy.  
My Nana would spoil me rotten during my weeks there.  Upon arrival there were always freshly made cupcakes (vanilla and chocolate) waiting for me.  
We would go to the pool everyday.  
She would cook my favorite meals.  
And every year we always went out on the lake several times.  Whenever we would go boating on the lake she would always make deviled egg salad sandwiches in the cooler. 
This deviled egg salad recipe is simple to make…I usually have the kids help out…they love peeling the boiled eggs.  

How to easily peel hard boiled eggs? Place eggs in a pot and fill with room temperature water. Make sure you add enough water to cover the eggs completely. Place the pot on a stove burner and bring the water to a boil. Once boiling, set a timer for 8 minutes. Let the eggs boil for 8 minutes and then remove from heat. Drain hot water from pot. Rinse eggs with cool water and peel while still warm. The egg shells will peel right off without tearing up your egg whites.

deviled egg salad recipe
Yield: 4

Deviled Egg Salad

Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 10 minutes

This sinfully delicious deviled egg salad recipe uses just a few ingredients and is ready in under 15 minutes.


  • Ingredients:
  • 6 hard boiled eggs
  • 1/4 Cup Mayo
  • 2 TBS Dijon Mustard
  • 1/8 Cup Vidalia Onion- minced very small
  • 4 Dill Pickle Slices- minced very small
  • 1/2 tsp garlic powder
  • Salt, Pepper, and Paprika as desired for your taste.


    Boil and peel your eggs.

    Cut eggs in half.

    Scoop out egg yolks into a small bowl.

    Place egg whites in another bowl.

    Dice egg whites.

    Mash up egg yolks.

    Add mayo, mustard, onion, pickles, and garlic powder to egg yolks and mix well. Add more mayo if you prefer a creamier consistency.

    Mix together egg yolk mixture and egg whites.

    Add salt, pepper, and paprika as desired.

    Refrigerate and serve cold.

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Tuesday 28th of August 2012

my mom made a cobb salad the other day and she had a few left over hard boiled eggs so i thought "oh, egg salad sandwich." I hadn't had an egg salad sandwich in yrs so I didn't even remember how to make it. knew it was mayo and mashed hard boiled egg but i couldn't remember the ratios, so i went online to find a basic recipe which I thought would be an easy find but, no, not at all. just hundreds of weird deluxe egg salads with gross added ingredients or low fat egg salads with just egg whites and less mayo or no mayo or sour cream instead of mayo (yuck). i just wanted a normal egg salad recipe so luckily I finally founds yours!!

Danni Baird @ Silo Hill Farm

Wednesday 11th of April 2012

I love egg salad too! And it's gotta be on toast! I'm intrigued by the Mexican Coca-cola and I'm going to look for it in one of the big grocery stores that actually has an ethnic local one is too small. I don't like the tinny taste of soda fromm a can and I'm usually too cheap to buy the bottles....but I'll try it! Thanks for the tip!

Julie E

Wednesday 11th of April 2012

OMG I love egg salad. My mom made be a big bowl for my baby sprinkle the last time I was knocked up. I'd love love love for you to come share your post at my link party.

America's Next Top Mommy

Tuesday 10th of April 2012

This is the perfect way to use the left over hard boiled eggs I have from Easter!! :) I'm visiting from a blog hop and am a new follower. I'd love it if you'd drop by for a visit and consider following back. Thanks!!

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