These deviled egg recipes are heaven on earth

Everyone loves eggs, that's no secret. What is a secret, however, is the fact that there a number of ways that deviled eggs can be prepared! Most people think of deviled eggs and think of one or two ways of eating them. Either as light snacks, breakfast sides or as party appetizers! Well think again. Deviled eggs can be made into a number of easy to make and delicious recipes fit for any occasion. From tailgates to tasteful tea parties, these eggs are your secret snack weapon.

Take a look through the slideshow to get a taste of all the ways you can enjoy deviled eggs. Courtesy of the lovely Lifestyle Collective bloggers of course!

Cook like an angel with these deviled eggs
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Cook like an angel with these deviled eggs

Deviled Quail Eggs with Crispy Dill and Crispy Prusciutto

"I found myself up at midnight polishing off the last drops of a bottle of syrah while peeling three dozen tiny little hard boiled egg friends. It was worth it." - Probably This

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BLT Deviled Eggs

"Anyone who's ever watched Glee (back before it was horrible) knows that there is nothing better than a mashup. These have a base similar to most deviled eggs (mayo, mustard, a little salt and pepper) that gets mixed with super crunchy crumbled bacon, a little bit of fresh tomato and vibrant green scallions." - The Whole Bite

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Edible Cascarones and Deviled Quail Eggs 

" I’ve come up with a few cascaron-inspired deviled quail egg recipes to make your Easter snacking muy especial. Think about it, eggs and tex-mex are pretty much a match made in heaven." - The Young Austinian

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BBQ Pulled Chicken Deviled Eggs with Coleslaw 

"Time to up your game at your next tailgate with these Pulled Asian BBQ Chicken Deviled Eggs with Creamy Coleslaw! The sauce is extremely easy to make and would go fantastic on ribs or smoked pork, not just for these amazing deviled eggs." - Billy Parisi

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Dyed Deviled Eggs 

"Hard boiled egg whites take a dip in a bath of water, food coloring and vinegar to transform into brightly hued beauties. They’re then filled with a mayonnaise, mustard and egg yolk mixture to create the perfect appetizer or side dish." - Melanie Makes

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