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33 Delicious Keto Deviled Eggs Recipes

Louise | July 12
34 Delicious Keto Deviled Eggs Recipes

It’s now summer and that means picnics and potlucks. But you’ve just started Keto and aren’t sure what to bring…

Enter Keto deviled eggs! Not only do they make a fantastic high fat low carb snack, but they’re also ideal for sharing and pack easily.

And with so many tasty topping combinations to try, you’ll find this list of low carb deviled eggs recipes becomes a resource you come back to again and again.

Try the classic recipe first or jazz it up with everyone’s favorite Keto ingredients (avocado and bacon anyone?). You’ll find other inventive options in our list, too. Like deviled eggs filled with buffalo chicken, tuna salad, guacamole, or blue cheese…

Some of them are even substantial enough to stand in for a full meal! Especially on days when you’re just looking for a light lunch. Simply pair your deviled eggs with a side of leafy salad greens and a delicious Keto-friendly salad dressing.

Just take care to stick to the Keto-approved recipes on this list, as not all the deviled egg recipes you can find on the web are Keto-friendly.

Here are just a few of the Keto Deviled Eggs Recipes we’ve included:

And if you’re new to the world of Keto deviled eggs…then check out our answers to these FAQs below:

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Keto Deviled Eggs

Keto Paprika Deviled Eggs

– Keto Summit

Keto Paprika Deviled Eggs

Ingredients: eggs, mayo, mustard, lemon juice or white wine vinegar, smoked paprika, salt, pepper.

Deviled simply means spicy and in this Keto recipe that spice comes from the mustard, but it is a gentle spice and could be omitted if you don’t want any heat. These Keto snacks are very easy to prepare but look so good that they can be served at parties or for part of a light lunch. If you are serving these at a party you can make them even more impressive if you use a piping bag to insert the filling.

Basic Keto Deviled Eggs

– Keto Summit

Basic Keto Deviled Eggs

Ingredients: eggs, mayo, mustard, vinegar, paprika, salt, pepper.

It can be a bit difficult to find healthy snacks on the Ketogenic diet so that’s where recipes like this one come in handy. This is a basic recipe that will help you make tasty but healthy and nutritious snacks that can even double as party food when you are entertaining. Simply mix the egg yolks with a few store cupboard ingredients and stuff the mix back into the egg halves and you are ready to go!

Paleo Deviled Eggs

– A Girl Worth Saving

Paleo Deviled Eggs

Photo Credit: Kelly from A Girl Worth Saving

Ingredients: eggs, mayo, onion powder, turmeric, dijon mustard, paprika.

I remember these little beauties from my childhood when my Mom would make a plate of these wonderful eggy snacks when we had guests over the holidays! Hers was made with cheese and egg yolk, but the ones in this paleo recipe are even tastier! The Dijon mustard gives them a little kick and the wonderful color comes from the yolk and the turmeric. Then just decorate with a little paprika to make them pretty!

Easy Creamy Deviled Eggs With Sriracha Mayo (Contains Dairy)

– The Healthy Foodie

Easy Creamy Deviled Eggs With Sriracha Mayo

Photo Credit: Sonia from The Healthy Foodie

Ingredients: eggs, paleo mayo, heavy cream, Himalayan salt, ground black pepper, cayenne pepper, sriracha.

Unlike regular deviled eggs, the ones in this ketogenic recipe have a real kick from the sriracha mayo and the cayenne pepper. Perfect for those of you who like a bit of spice! The heavy cream helps to give a velvety smoothness to the filling, contrasting really well with the firmer egg white base. If you have a problem with dairy products you can always substitute it with coconut milk.

Keto Egg Fast Deviled Eggs

– I Breathe I’m Hungry

Keto Egg Fast Deviled Eggs

Photo Credit: Mellissa from I Breathe I’m Hungry

Ingredients: eggs, sugar-free mayonnaise, green tabasco, Kosher salt.

Whether you are following the keto egg fast diet or not I am sure you will love these tasty little snacks! You have the smooth and creamy filling like normal, but with a bit of a kick from the tabasco to liven up the flavors. These are so easy to make and taste best eaten right away, although if these are for a party you can store them in the fridge for a while beforehand.

Mediterranean Deviled Eggs

– I Breathe I’m Hungry

Mediterranean Deviled Eggs

Photo Credit: Mellissa from I Breathe I’m Hungry

Ingredients: eggs, mayonnaise, dijon mustard, capers, kalamata olives, sundried tomatoes, olive oil, fresh basil, caper brine, salt, pepper.

This is a great recipe for deviled eggs with a truly Mediterranean influence from the olives, capers and dried tomato. They could be used as a low carb snack, party food or even as an appetizer for an Italian dinner party. If you are looking to change things up a bit from regular deviled eggs you could chop all the ingredients finely then stuff the egg whites and you get a totally different texture.

Basic Deviled Eggs

– Low Carb Yum

Basic Deviled Eggs

Photo Credit: Lisa from Low Carb Yum

Ingredients: eggs, dry mustard, salt, ground black pepper, mayonnaise.

This is a great basic recipe that is handy for folks who are not too confident in the kitchen since once you have made these once you won’t think twice about making them again. This is an easy low carb recipe that you can use as a snack or an appetizer, and if you want to jazz things up you could add in some chopped cooked bacon or pickles.

Buffalo Deviled Eggs (Contains Dairy)

– Fed and Fulfilled

Buffalo Deviled Eggs

Photo Credit: Fed and Fulfilled

Ingredients: eggs, mayonnaise, hot sauce or buffalo sauce, celery, blue cheese crumbles, celery.

Here is another way to liven up deviled eggs as snacks or appetizers by adding celery and blue cheese. The celery adds a lovely crunch and a fresh flavor to the egg and the blue cheese is very subtle so even those who are not fans can enjoy these low carb snacks. This is such a tasty mixture that you could use it on sandwiches or lettuce wraps for a delicious lunch.

Hatch Chile Deviled Eggs

– Shockingly Delicious

Ingredients: eggs, mayonnaise, extra virgin olive oil, lemon zest, kosher salt, Hatch chiles, chili powder.

Hatch chiles come in different levels of heat from mild to medium, so you can use whatever one you prefer in this deviled egg recipe. The eggs here were designed to look like footballs because they were for game night, but if you like you can chop the chiles and add them to the filling that way. This keto recipe uses garlic mayo which adds a new dimension to the flavor.

Keto Deviled Eggs

– Keto Vale

Ingredients: eggs, Dijon mustard, mayonnaise, paprika, cayenne pepper, salt, ground black pepper.

As eggs are a staple food on the ketogenic diet, you can find they get a bit boring after a while. So it’s time to change things up a bit and make these delicious low carb deviled eggs for snacking or light lunches. You can even make these up the night before, store them in the refrigerator and eat them for breakfast. If you don’t like spicy food you can omit the cayenne and use paprika for the garnish.

Deviled Eggs

– Skinny Taste

Ingredients: eggs, Hellmann’s regular mayonnaise (for keto), dijon mustard, paprika, salt, fresh pepper, chives.

This is another excellent low carb recipe for tasty deviled eggs that you can serve up as snacks or for a light meal. This recipe uses mayo but if you really don’t like it you could replace it with cauliflower puree which doesn’t affect the flavor but acts as a binder. With only one gram of carbs per serving, this is one of the healthiest recipes for the ketogenic diet.

Keto Deviled Eggs With Meat

Chicken Salad Picnic Eggs

– Wicked Stuffed

Chicken Salad Picnic Eggs

Photo Credit: Amanda from Wicked Stuffed

Ingredients: eggs, shredded chicken, mayonnaise, dijon mustard, onion, celery salt, dill, lemon pepper seasoning, old bay seasoning.

Here is a slant on deviled eggs that can be served for breakfast, lunch or even as keto finger food for a party! The seasonings give a bit of a kick to the chicken salad and these would be a great way to use up leftover chicken from a roast. Lemon salt is not available everywhere, but you can get it online and it is well worth it as it adds a special boost to the flavor.

Buffalo Chicken Deviled Eggs (Contains Dairy)

– Peace, Love and Low Carb

Buffalo Chicken Deviled Eggs

Photo Credit: Kyndra from Peace Love and Low Carb

Ingredients: eggs, chicken, onion, blue cheese crumbles, Franks Buffalo Wing Sauce, celery, blue cheese dressing.

If you like your snacks to be a bit more substantial you are going to love these low carb and keto-friendly eggs! These would be perfect for party food or as a light meal too. The chicken and blue cheese filling have a lovely flavor and the celery adds a bit of crunch. This mixture would also taste amazing spooned onto celery sticks or thick cucumber slices!

Bacon Cheddar Deviled Eggs (Contains Dairy)

– Ketogasm

Bacon Cheddar Deviled Eggs

Photo Credit: Tasha from Ketogasm

Ingredients: eggs, bacon, mayo, cheddar cheese, mustard, salt, pepper.

Although these cute snacks are low in carbohydrate, they do use quite a lot of dairy so it is best not to have these on a regular basis. However, with the combination of flavors and textures from the cheese and bacon, these will be a winner at your next film night or drinks party! The eggs can be prepared ahead of time and stored in the fridge until the party starts.

BLT Deviled Eggs

– Ketogasm

BLT Deviled Eggs

Photo Credit: Tasha from Ketogasm

Ingredients: eggs, bacon, mayonnaise, sun-dried tomatoes packed in oil, green onion, salt, pepper.

Deviled eggs are so popular because they are little bundles of flavor and are very easy to eat. These ones have the added treat of including bacon bits, which are set off well by the green onions and sun-dried tomato. The recipe calls for mayonnaise, but if you wanted to keep this dairy free you could use avocado instead as it gives the same creamy texture.

Truffled Deviled Eggs

– Clean Eating With A Dirty Mind

Truffled Deviled Eggs

Photo Credit: Vanessa from Clean Eating with a Dirty Mind

Ingredients: eggs, bacon, mayonnaise, white truffle oil, bacon drippings, Dijon mustard, salt, pepper, chives.

These little keto beauties are the height of luxury as they involve using truffle oil, so they would be great for a celebration or party. The Dijon mustard adds a little bit of heat to the filling and the bacon bits make a lovely garnish. If you are making these to impress, you can use a piping bag to fill the egg halves, but if you don’t have one you can simply use a spoon.

Bacon Jalapeño Deviled Eggs

– Clean Eating With A Dirty Mind

Bacon Jalapeño Deviled Eggs

Photo Credit: Vanessa from Clean Eating with a Dirty Mind

Ingredients: bacon, eggs, mayonnaise, Dijon mustard, sea salt, ground black pepper, jalapeño pepper.

If you are catering for the Superbowl or following the games in the World Cup, you will love these spicy and really tasty snacks. With a bit of spice from the peppers and a crunch from the bacon, you get a great combination of flavor and texture in the filling of the egg white base. So whether you enjoy the football or not you can tuck into some delicious food.

Spicy Keto Deviled Eggs without Mayo

– Low Carb Yum

Spicy Keto Deviled Eggs without Mayo

Photo Credit: Lisa from Low Carb Yum

Ingredients: eggs, avocado, no sugar bacon, lime juice, habanero pepper, garlic powder, cayenne pepper, sea salt.

In this Keto recipe, the mayonnaise is replaced by avocado, which gives the filling in the eggs the same smooth quality you get from traditional ones with mayo. The avocado gives the filling a green tint so I tend to make these for St. Patrick’s Day, but they would be great as an appetizer for a dinner or as snack food to serve on game night.

Stuffed Eggs (Contains Dairy)

– Oh My Keto

Ingredients: eggs, cream cheese, mayo, chives or green onions, ham, salt, white pepper, garlic powder.

This great Keto deviled egg recipe gives you instructions for the basic stuffed egg, followed by a whole range of ideas on how to create different fillings, from buffalo chicken to tuna salad and loads more. Once you have mastered making the stuffing, it is sometimes easier to place it in a piping bag or sandwich bag with the corner snipped in order to fill the egg white halves.

Bacon Deviled Eggs

– Caveman Keto

Ingredients: eggs, mayo, bacon, sugar-free pickle relish, paprika.

Deviled eggs are a great thing to make for the ketogenic diet as they are really low in carbs but super-tasty and easy to prepare. These ones have some cooked bacon mixed into the filling along with pickle relish, but if you tolerate it you could also add some grated cheese. If you are serving these as family snacks you can just spoon the filling back into the eggs, but if these are for a party you can use a piping bag

Tuna Salad Deviled Eggs

– Bumble Bee

Ingredients: canned tuna, eggs, mayonnaise, Dijon mustard, horseradish, dried tarragon, salt, pepper, and parsley.

I had never thought of using tuna in deviled eggs before I saw this great keto recipe and now this is one of our favorites! You have all the taste of tuna salad combined with the eggs and with just a little heat from the mustard. So next time you have friends round for dinner, why not use this fantastic dish as an appetizer!

Mom’s Favorite: Top Secret Deviled Eggs

– Beka ‘N Eggs

Ingredients: eggs, mayonnaise, cured white anchovy fillets, baking soda, coarse salt, ice.

Now for something completely different! These delicious Keto deviled eggs have a secret ingredient…anchovies…which add a whole new depth of savory to the flavor of the deviled egg filling. If you really don’t like anchovies there are a couple of other suggestions for toppings listed here, but these amazing little fish are definitely worth a try!

Spiced Bacon Deviled Eggs

– Ruled Me

Ingredients: eggs, mayonnaise, bacon, rendered bacon fat, dijon mustard, cayenne pepper, rosemary.

The main difference with these spiced deviled eggs is the use of rosemary which adds a hint of pine to the filling and gives it a lovely herby flavor. Apart from that, you have the classic combination of bacon and egg which is a big part of the ketogenic diet and these eggs could be made for breakfast, lunch or snacks for night time when you are watching the game on television.

Keto Deviled Eggs Without Mayo

Keto Curried Eggs

– Keto Summit

Keto Curried Eggs

Ingredients: eggs, coconut oil, garlic, curry powder.

Although these curried eggs have a slightly unusual appearance, they are absolutely delicious! All you need to do is fry boiled eggs in oil and curry powder with a bit of garlic for a few minutes then you will have these lovely golden treats to enjoy for lunch or as an appetizer for an Indian-inspired meal. You can serve these on their own or on toasted keto-friendly bread.

Bacon Guacamole Deviled Eggs

– Peace, Love and Low Carb

Bacon Guacamole Deviled Eggs

Photo Credit: Kyndra from Peace Love and Low Carb

Ingredients: eggs, bacon, avocado, salsa, garlic, lime juice, dried onion flakes, garlic salt, cayenne pepper.

Here is another fantastic mayo-free recipe for deviled eggs with a difference! In this one, the smoothness of the filling comes from egg yolk and avocado and this has all the flavor of a good guacamole with the texture of the salsa and crunchy bacon and the zesty note from the lime juice to make these so moreish.

Deviled Guac Eggs

– Cavegirl Cuisine

Deviled Guac Eggs

Photo Credit: Michelle from Cavegirl Cuisine

Ingredients: eggs, avocado, garlic, lime juice, fresh cilantro, Sriracha, sea salt, freshly ground pepper, grape tomatoes.

Although this is a simple low carb recipe to follow, the end result looks and tastes so good that these would make a great appetizer for a dinner party. You can alter the amount of heat to suit your palate, but a little kick sets off the creamy filling of the eggs. If you don’t want to use tomato as the topping you could use crispy bacon pieces or simply dust with smoked paprika!

Healthy Avocado Deviled Eggs

– My Heart Beets

Healthy Avocado Deviled Eggs

Photo Credit: Ashley from My Heart Beets

Ingredients: eggs, avocado, lemon juice, Himalayan pink salt.

Deviled eggs have been a party food favorite for many years, and if you enjoy the soft and creamy filling, you are going to love these ones! The avocado adds to the rich texture and gives them a light green color which would be perfect for a low carb dish for your St. Patrick’s Day celebration. Sprinkle with a little cayenne to give these Keto deviled eggs a bit of a kick.

Deviled Eggs With Bacon And Chives

– Cook Eat Paleo

Deviled Eggs With Bacon And Chives

Photo Credit: Lisa from Cook Eat Paleo

Ingredients: eggs, Dijon mustard, olive oil, garlic infused olive oil, lemon juice, sea salt, pepper, bacon, chives, olives, roasted red peppers.

Here is another dairy and gluten-free Keto deviled egg recipe that you could use when you have friends coming over or just as a snack for the family. It doesn’t involve using mayonnaise which can put some people off, but the filling has the same creamy texture as the mayo ones. Now all you have to do is decide what toppings you would like on these treats!

Avocado Deviled Eggs (Contains Dairy)

– The Nourished Caveman

Avocado Deviled Eggs

Photo Credit: Vivica from The Nourished Caveman

Ingredients: eggs, avocado, goat cheese, lime juice, chili-infused olive oil, Celtic sea salt.

Deviled eggs look a bit complicated but are so easy to make and are a quick source of protein and healthy fats, so they don’t have to be restricted to party time – why not have them for a lovely keto-friendly lunch instead! These have a subtle green tinge and would be perfect for St. Patrick’s Day. If you don’t like any heat in your food you can simply use unflavored oil instead of chili oil

Avocado Deviled Eggs

– Dr. Axe

Ingredients: eggs, avocado, sea salt, pepper, garlic, chili powder, cumin, cilantro.

Avocado and egg yolk might sound a bit bland, but in this lovely keto recipe the mixture also has a load of spices to liven up the taste and they are quite simply delicious! They almost have a hint of Moroccan seasoning from the garlic and cumin and a subtle heat from the cayenne to give them a little kick. Just remember to squeeze the lime over them to stop the avocado from browning.

Paleo and Healthy Avocado Deviled Eggs

– Oh, Snap! Let’s Eat!

Ingredients: eggs, avocado, cilantro, salt, pepper.

Here is another Keto deviled egg recipe for those of you who don’t like mayo, as the avocado acts as the binder for the filling, giving it a velvety smooth texture and vivid green color. If you are not a fan of cilantro you could use Italian parsley instead without affecting the flavor too much. Always add citrus to avocado dishes as this will stop the avocado from turning brown.

Fat Guacamole Devils

– Mark’s Daily Apple

Ingredients: eggs, avocado, hot sauce, lime juice, salt, pepper.

With a super-smooth and spicy filling, these amazing Keto deviled eggs would make a lovely green appetizer to serve on St. Patrick’s Day. The avocado gives you a great source of healthy fats and helps to make the filling velvety rich. You get a little citrus note from the lime which is important as it stops the avocado oxidizing and this is another mayo-free keto dish.

Sour Cream & Sriracha Deviled Eggs in the Instant Pot (Contains Dairy)

– Raia’s Recipes

Ingredients: eggs, water, sour cream, sriracha powder, mustard, sea salt, pepper, parsley.

In this keto recipe, the eggs are boiled in an Instant Pot which gives you perfect boiled eggs in three minutes, but you can cook them stove top if you don’t have one. This recipe uses sour cream as the binder, but if you have a problem with dairy you could use keto mayonnaise instead. Just add as much sriracha powder or sauce as you like to give these little bites a bit of a kick!

Are all deviled eggs Keto?

There’s bad news, folks…

Your Grandma Betty’s best ever deviled eggs recipe probably isn’t Keto – and many of the low carb deviled eggs recipes you’ll come across aren’t Keto either.

The problem with the traditional recipes is the mayonnaise. It’s usually high in carbohydrates, contains unhealthy preservatives, colorings, and flavorings.

Low carb recipes also contain ingredients which you’re better off avoiding…

Like processed vegetable or seed oils and dairy products. You’ll find more details on why to avoid them in this article on Low Carb Foods To AVOID On Keto.

Another difference between low carb deviled eggs vs Keto-friendly deviled eggs is their fat/protein content:

The Keto recipes are specifically designed to emphasize fat over protein, helping you meet your daily macros. But the low carb recipes are just created to be low in carbohydrates.

That’s why we’ve handpicked the recipes on this list to make sure they’re Keto-friendly!

How to make Keto deviled eggs?

Making deviled eggs is simple! The basic steps are the same for every recipe…

  1. First, you need to hard boil your eggs and peel them.
  2. Then, split them in half and remove the yolks.
  3. Prep the filling you’ve chosen – or feel free to create your own!
  4. Spoon the filling into your eggs, adding any garnish the recipe calls for.

Are deviled eggs low carb? How many carbs are in a Keto deviled egg?

You’ll find most of the recipes on this list have between 0.5 grams and 1 gram of net carbohydrates per two deviled egg halves.

Although the exact amount will vary a little from recipe to recipe – it all depends on which filling you choose.

Regardless of the one you pick, you’re sure to enjoy it and find it fits within your daily carbohydrate limit.

Each egg contains 0.6 grams of total and net carbohydrates (no fiber). (1) Mayonnaise typically doesn’t contain any carbs (it’s 0.6 grams net carbs per 100 grams of mayo). (2) And considering the small amount of spices that typically gets added into deviled egg mixtures, most Keto deviled egg recipes are going to contain less than 1 gram of net carbs per two deviled egg halves.

How many calories are in a deviled egg?

The calorie count of a deviled egg varies depending on the filling, just like the carb count.

  • A simple filling, like egg yolk, mayonnaise, and spices, will come in at around 100 calories per 2 deviled egg halves.
  • A more substantial filling, with bacon, cheese, chicken, or tuna, is more likely to be around 200 to 300 calories per serving.
  • For something a bit more exact, our Keto paprika deviled eggs recipe contains 113 calories per 2 deviled egg halves.

Which means that if you’re looking for a low-calorie snack, it’s best to stick to the simple fillings.


Louise co-founded Louise's Foods, Paleo Living Magazine, Nourishing Brands, & CoBionic. She has considerable research experience but enjoys creating products and articles that help move people just a little bit closer toward a healthy life they love.