Delicious Bloody Mary Devilled Eggs

Bloody Mary devilled eggs are a favourite creative devilled egg idea. They take the concept of traditional eggs and add in rich ingredients like slaw dressing, pickle juice, tomato paste, paprika, and more, to make a unique gourmet devilled eggs with a Bloody Mary feel.

Food blogger, Bella Bucchiotti of xoxoBella, shares a recipe for delicious bloody mary devilled eggs. You will love these unique gourmet devilled eggs appetizer.

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Loaded devilled eggs such as these Bloody Mary eggs are always a welcome part of the breakfast or brunch table. They’re also a handy snack at any time since you can make these unique gourmet devilled eggs ahead.

Food blogger, Bella Bucchiotti of xoxoBella, shares a recipe for delicious bloody mary devilled eggs. You will love these unique gourmet devilled eggs appetizer.

Ingredients for Bloody Mary Devilled Eggs

The eggs are the main ingredients in Bloody Mary devilled eggs and I like to use large ones. You will also need slaw dressing, pickle juice, steak sauce, tomato paste, garlic paste, celery salt, black pepper, red onion, and celery.

Food blogger, Bella Bucchiotti of xoxoBella, shares a recipe for delicious bloody mary devilled eggs. You will love these unique gourmet devilled eggs appetizer.

The egg rim is made with lemon juice, celery salt and paprika. For the garnish you’ll need bacon bits, diced pickles and celery leaves.

Food blogger, Bella Bucchiotti of xoxoBella, shares a recipe for delicious bloody mary devilled eggs. You will love these unique gourmet devilled eggs appetizer.

How to Make Loaded Devilled Eggs

The first thing to do for these unique gourmet devilled eggs is to boil them. I like to cover the eggs in a pan with cold water then bring it to a boil, cover the pan and take it off the heat. Keep the lid on for 6 minutes then plunge the eggs into an egg bath. They will be cooked perfectly with no need to keep the water simmering.

Food blogger, Bella Bucchiotti of xoxoBella, shares a recipe for delicious bloody mary devilled eggs. You will love these unique gourmet devilled eggs appetizer.

Peel the boiled eggs when they’re cool then cut them in half lengthwise and put the yolks in a dish. Combine paprika and celery salt on a plate. Dip the cut side of the egg whites in the lemon juice and then in the paprika mixture.

Food blogger, Bella Bucchiotti of xoxoBella, shares a recipe for delicious bloody mary devilled eggs. You will love these unique gourmet devilled eggs appetizer.

Mash the slaw dressing, pickle juice, teak sauce, tomato paste, garlic, salt, pepper, red onion, and celery with the egg yolks. Pipe this mixture into each egg white half. Garnish with bacon bits, pickle and a celery leaf. Chill for 20 minutes or so, then serve the Bloody Mary eggs.

Food blogger, Bella Bucchiotti of xoxoBella, shares a recipe for delicious bloody mary devilled eggs. You will love these unique gourmet devilled eggs appetizer.
Food blogger, Bella Bucchiotti of xoxoBella, shares a recipe for delicious bloody mary devilled eggs. You will love these unique gourmet devilled eggs appetizer.

Tweaks and Variations

I made these unique gourmet devilled eggs following the recipe exactly and they were delicious! But like most recipes you can always tweak them to put your own spin on the loaded devilled eggs.

Food blogger, Bella Bucchiotti of xoxoBella, shares a recipe for delicious bloody mary devilled eggs. You will love this creative devilled egg idea for an appy.

Possible changes include subbing regular salt for the celery salt, cayenne pepper for the paprika, BBQ sauce for the steak sauce, or red onion for shallots.

Food blogger, Bella Bucchiotti of xoxoBella, shares a recipe for delicious bloody mary devilled eggs. You will love this creative devilled egg idea for an appy.

Bloody Mary Devilled Eggs FAQs

How far ahead can you make Bloody Mary eggs?

One reason I love this creative devilled egg idea is I can make them up to a couple of days ahead. So if you’re planning a special brunch, you might like to make these the day before to save time the following day. For the freshest result, don’t pipe in the filling or add the garnish until serving.

What’s good to serve with Bloody Mary devilled eggs?

If you’re having them for breakfast or brunch, consider serving fresh fruit, toast or breakfast pastries on the side, as well as coffee of course. If you’re preparing them as a snack then they’re great just as they are.

Or you might want to make a platter of different appetizers like Bloody Mary devilled eggs, steak and shiitake bruschetta, some cubes of cheese, and deli meats. Oh and they’d pair wonderfully with a Canadian Caesar cocktail!

Food blogger, Bella Bucchiotti of xoxoBella, shares a recipe for delicious bloody mary devilled eggs. You will love this creative devilled egg idea for an appy.

Why are They Called Devilled Eggs?

It might surprise you to learn that devilled eggs were popular in ancient Rome. They were served at the start of meals with a spicy sauce. Later, in the 1200s, filled eggs began to make an appearance in the south of Spain. A cookbook from that time has a recipe where the egg yolks were flavoured with onion juice, cilantro, coriander, pepper, and fermented fish sauce.

Food blogger, Bella Bucchiotti of xoxoBella, shares a recipe for delicious bloody mary devilled eggs. You will love this creative devilled egg idea for an appy.

However, modern style devilled eggs didn’t really come out until the late 1800s. A cookbook from 1896 included mashing the egg yolks with mayonnaise. Other names for devilled eggs include Russian eggs, stuffed eggs and dressed eggs. The word ‘devilled’ comes from a 1700s-era culinary expression for something made with spicy condiments.

Food blogger, Bella Bucchiotti of xoxoBella, shares a recipe for delicious bloody mary devilled eggs. You will love this creative devilled egg idea for an appy.

Now of course this creative devilled egg idea is newer than that and today you can find unique gourmet devilled eggs in many restaurants. However the basic recipe really lends itself to tweaks and you will find all kind of add-ins work wonderfully with stuffed eggs. These Bloody Mary eggs are especially delicious though.

Food blogger, Bella Bucchiotti of xoxoBella, shares a recipe for delicious bloody mary devilled eggs. You will love this creative devilled egg idea for an appy.

Delicious Bloody Mary Devilled Eggs Recipe

Food blogger, Bella Bucchiotti of xoxoBella, shares a recipe for delicious bloody mary devilled eggs. You will love these unique gourmet devilled eggs appetizer.

Delicious Bloody Mary Devilled Eggs

Course: Appetizer
Cuisine: American
Keyword: BBQ
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Cook Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 25 minutes
Servings: 24
Calories: 81kcal
Author: Bella
Bloody Mary devilled eggs are a favourite creative devilled egg idea. They take the concept of traditional eggs and add in rich ingredients like slaw dressing, pickle juice, tomato paste, paprika, and more, to make a unique gourmet devilled eggs with a Bloody Mary feel.
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Ingredients

  • 12 eggs large
  • 1 Cup slaw dressing recommend Marzettis, but any slaw dressing will do
  • 1 Tablespoon pickle juice
  • ½ Tablespoon steak sauce
  • ½ Tablespoon tomato paste
  • 1 Teaspoon garlic paste
  • 1 Teaspoon black pepper coarse
  • ½ Teaspoon celery salt
  • 1 red onion diced
  • 2 Stalks celery diced

Egg Rim

  • 2 Tablespoon lemon juice
  • 2 Teaspoon paprika
  • 3 Teaspoon celery salt

Garnish

  • 2 Tablespoon bacon bits
  • 3 pickles Small diced
  • Celery leaves

Instructions

  • Carefully place eggs into a stock pot. Fill with cold water until the eggs are just covered.
  • Bring to a rolling boil over medium heat. As soon as the water starts boiling, cover and remove from heat. Keep covered for 6 minutes.
  • Meanwhile, prepare an ice bath. Fill a bowl with cold water and plenty of ice.
  • After 6 minutes remove the eggs from the water and immediately submerge in the ice water. Let cool for 4-6 minutes.
  • Tap each egg on a hard surface, then gently roll against the surface under the palm of your hand to break apart the shell. Carefully remove the shell. * tip: try doing this under running cold water.
  • Once the eggs are out of the shell and rinsed, slice them in half down the width and remove the yolk. Add yolks into a bowl as you work.
  • Place eggs onto a baking sheet cut side up.
  • Prepare seasonings for the egg rims. Add lemon juice to a small bowl. Combine celery salt and paprika in a small bowl or ramekin and spread evenly onto a plate.
  • Dip the cut side of the eggs into lemon juice, then into the celery salt/paprika mix. Place back onto the baking sheet.
  • Add marzettis slaw dressing, pickle juice, steak sauce, tomato paste, garlic paste, black pepper, celery salt, red onion, and diced celery to the bowl with egg yolks. Mix well until smooth.
  • Add to a piping bag and pipe into each egg.
  • Add a pinch of bacon bits over each egg, a slice of pickle, and celery leaf as garnish. Refrigerate at least 20 minutes before serving.

Nutrition

Calories: 81kcal | Carbohydrates: 4g | Protein: 3g | Fat: 6g | Saturated Fat: 1g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 3g | Monounsaturated Fat: 2g | Trans Fat: 0.01g | Cholesterol: 86mg | Sodium: 555mg | Potassium: 68mg | Fiber: 0.3g | Sugar: 3g | Vitamin A: 175IU | Vitamin C: 2mg | Calcium: 22mg | Iron: 0.5mg

The nutrition information provided are only estimates based on an online nutritional calculator. I am not a certified nutritionist. Please consult a professional nutritionist or doctor for accurate information and any dietary restrictions and concerns you may have.

These Bloody Mary devilled eggs are a fantastic addition to any breakfast, brunch, BBQ or potluck meal. These loaded devilled eggs boast bacon, paprika, lemon, garlic, pickles, celery, and more, for an incredible flavour nobody can resist.

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  1. Camile L wrote:

    5 stars
    Yum! These look so good. my family would love them.

    Posted 6.25.22 Reply