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Top 20 Deviled Egg Recipes

By October 7, 2015September 28th, 2020Appetizer and Sides

Top 20 Deviled Egg Recipes

Top 20 Deviled Egg Recipes

Happy Halloween!Top 20 Deviled Egg Recipes

Have you ever noticed our kids get sick a lot from Halloween until Valentine’s Day? HMMMM, there are a lot of Holidays in between that time that focus on candy. Sugar depresses the immune system. Vitamin C is needed by white blood cells so that they could phagocytize viruses and bacteria. White blood cells require a 50 times higher concentration inside the cell as outside so they have to accumulate vitamin C.

There is something called a “phagocytic index” which tells you how rapidly a particular lymphocyte can gobble up a virus, bacteria, or cancer cell. In 1970, Linus Pauling, discovered that white blood cells need a high dose of vitamin C and that is when he came up with his theory that you need high doses of vitamin C to combat the common cold.

Top 20 Deviled Egg Recipes

We know that glucose and vitamin C have similar chemical structures, so what happens when the sugar levels go up? They compete for one another when entering the cells. And the thing that mediates the entry of glucose into the cells is the same thing that mediates the entry of vitamin C into the cells. If there is more glucose around, there is going to be less vitamin C allowed into the cell. It doesn’t take much: a blood sugar value of 120 reduces the phagocytic index by 75%. So when you eat sugar, think of your immune system slowing down to a crawl.

Top 20 Deviled Egg Recipes
My Avocado Angel Eggs recipe

Simple sugars aggravate asthma, cause mood swings, magnify personality changes, muster mental illness, fuel nervous disorders, increase diabetes and heart disease, grow gallstones, accelerate hypertension, and magnify arthritis. Since sugar lacks minerals and vitamins, they draw upon the body’s micro-nutrient stores in order to be metabolized into the system.

So what are you sending your kids off to school with? A bowl of cereal and skim milk? A Top 20 Deviled Egg RecipesPoptart? To keep your kids healthy and focused at school, and make healthy food look cute! We love to eat with our eyes; it is crazy how cute food always tastes better!

I also just placed a large order for ChocoPerfection bars so my kids can enjoy “healthified” chocolates on Halloween!

Click HERE to find the chocolates we love!

Top 20 Deviled Egg Recipes

Click HERE to find how to make cute Halloween Eggs and HERE for spiderweb dying of eggs.


Deviled Eggs are a perfect keto food that is dairy free (most of the time). I always suggest bringing a keto-friendly food for clients to enjoy at gatherings and deviled eggs are not only easy, they are always a hit at a party. It is something even my kids grab right away. Here are some of my favorite recipes!

  1. Bacon Cheddar Deviled Eggs

Top 20 Deviled Egg Recipes

2. Angel Eggs

Top 20 Deviled Egg Recipes

3. Deviled Egg Nests by Low Carb So Simple!

Top 20 Deviled Egg Recipes

4. Italian Caper Deviled Eggs

Top 20 Deviled Egg Recipes

5. Pumpkin Deviled Eggs

Top 20 Deviled Egg Recipes

6. Easy Deviled Eggs by I Breathe I’m Hungry 

Top 20 Deviled Egg Recipes

7. Kimchi and Bacon Deviled Eggs

Top 20 Deviled Egg Recipes

8. Jalapeno Popper Deviled Eggs by Peace Love and Low Carb

Top 20 Deviled Egg Recipes

9.  Bacon Deviled Eggs by Peace Love and Low Carb

Top 20 Deviled Egg Recipes

10. Spicy Deviled Eggs

Top 20 Deviled Egg Recipes

11. Pizza Deviled Eggs

Top 20 Deviled Egg Recipes

12. Pickled Eggs Deviled Eggs

Top 20 Deviled Egg Recipes

13. Classic Deviled Eggs by Fluffy Chix Cook

Top 20 Deviled Egg Recipes

14. Avocado Deviled Eggs by the Nourished Caveman 

Top 20 Deviled Egg Recipes15. Parmesan Pesto Deviled Eggs

Top 20 Deviled Egg Recipes

16. Cucumber Dill Deviled Eggs


Top 20 Deviled Egg Recipes


17. Japanese Deviled Eggs (but I would eliminate the bread crumbs)


18. Smoked Salmon Deviled Eggs



19. Eggs Benedict Deviled Eggs


20. Deviled Eggs Carbonara


Maria Emmerich

Maria is a wellness expert who has helped clients follow a Ketogenic lifestyle to heal and lose weight for over 20 years. She has helped thousands of clients get healthy, get off medications and heal their bodies; losing weight is just a bonus. She is the international best selling author of several books including "Keto: The Complete Guide to Success on the Ketogenic Diet.".


  • Colleen says:

    Thank you for sharing my recipe! I really appreciate it!

  • One can never have too many deviled eggs 🙂 I love the yolks so much!

    • krickt says:

      I was teaching the intro to macromolecules the other day and explained that yolks were the best part of the egg, has so much cholesterol, DNA, and other great stuff that we normally don’t get much of in our normal diets. Kids hate yellows! They started making gagging noises. I asked what they would prefer to eat, and then I started making gagging noises. Sugar, bread, more sugar and pasta, that is all the standard teenager wants to eat! Yolks can save your life!

  • Ann says:

    I’m wondering if you are at all familiar with the ideal protein diet which has 4 phases. Phase 1 is geared to put you in a keto state to lose weight. It seems similar to your program only it is quite low fat (no bread, dairy, sugar, lots of veggies and 8 ounces of animal protein) as I understand it. If you or other readers know about it, what do you think?

  • Amanda Reed says:

    Love the explanations about how sugar blocks your vitamin c absorption. 🙂

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