You will love this Buffalo blue cheese deviled egg recipe; with its delicious yolk fillings and just the right amount of spice, it is a great snack, simple side dish, and an easy way to serve a crowd.
I don’t know if you love eggs, but I am always looking for the best deviled eggs recipe. I like all the variations from classic to unusual and have been known to make an entire batch just to eat myself through the week.
These buffalo sauce deviled eggs give you a delicious buffalo flavor that is not too spicy, unless you like high heat and add an extra swirl of wing sauce.
But it makes an awesome twist compared to traditional deviled eggs. It also looks beautiful on a deviled egg tray with the white, yellow, orange, and specks of blue.
What are deviled eggs?
Deviled eggs are hard boiled eggs that have been cut in half and filled with the yolk mixed with seasonings and other ingredients. There are unique deviled egg flavor combinations as well as classic ones that are just egg yolks and mayonnaise.
These buffalo blue cheese deviled eggs are one of my favorite ways to make and serve them.
Why are deviled eggs called deviled eggs?
Deviled eggs are called deviled eggs because back in the eighteenth century, any food that had a lot of seasonings or spice was considered “of the devil” because of all the heat of the flavors. It could mean spicy hot or just a lot of seasonings combined.
Eventually the name stuck to this egg dish, and now it means these stuffed hard boiled eggs.
Ingredients for Buffalo Blue Cheese Deviled Eggs:
- Hard Boiled Eggs: halved egg whites make a great edible dish for the yolk mixture
- Mayonnaise: this mixes with the yolks to make them creamy and smooth
- Sour Cream: this adds a slight tang to balance the flavors of the yolk filling
- Celery: small minced celery adds a slight texture and crunch to the filling
- Buffalo Sauce: this gives the classic buffalo wings flavor to the deviled eggs
- Blue Cheese Crumbles: this tops the eggs, giving it a beautiful and tasty garnish that isn’t as messy as using blue cheese dressing
How to make buffalo blue cheese deviled eggs:
- Cut boiled eggs in half and remove the yolks.
- Place yolk in a bowl and mash until powdery, then add mayo, sour cream, celery, and hot sauce.
- Using a piping bag or ziploc with the tip cut off, squeeze yolk mixture into each egg white half.
- Top with blue cheese crumbles and a drizzle of hot sauce.
- Serve immediately.
How to make easy to peel hard boiled eggs:
The most perfect, easy to peel hard boiled eggs are Instant Pot Hard Boiled Eggs. If you haven’t tried them yet, they cook perfect eggs every single time.
If you don’t have an instant pot, try this Air Fryer Hard Boiled Eggs recipe.
Pro Tip: All the best results use ice cold water to put the eggs in once they have cooked. This is an important step because by giving the eggs an ice bath, you shock the shell which makes it easier to peel.
It also stops cooking the yolks so your eggs aren’t overdone!
Can you make buffalo blue cheese deviled eggs ahead of time?
Yes you can make buffalo blue cheese deviled eggs ahead of time, but if you do, do not assemble them.
Go ahead and peel eggs, mix the yolk filling, but store them separately in an airtight container or plastic bag. Then you can pipe the filling in and garnish with cheese crumbles right before serving the dish.
How long are buffalo blue cheese deviled eggs good for?
These buffalo blue cheese deviled eggs are best served immediately or within 2 hours of making them. To follow good food safety practices, do not keep them out of the fridge longer than 2 hours.
Pro Tip: If you are serving these for special events, instead of serving them at room temperature, a great way to keep them cold is to freeze a block of ice the same size as the dish you are serving and place the egg serving dish on top of the layer of ice.
How long do buffalo blue cheese deviled eggs last in the fridge?
While these buffalo blue cheese deviled eggs can last a few days in the fridge, they have the best flavors and texture when eaten the same day you put them together. That being said, I do like to make a batch and eat them myself all week long as lunch or snack.
But if I am making them for an event, I will always make them the same day and not the night before.
Can you freeze buffalo blue cheese deviled eggs?
No you cannot freeze this buffalo blue cheese deviled eggs recipe. While you could scoop out the filling and freeze it in a freezer safe container, hard-boiled eggs do not freeze well.
The egg white shell thaws to become rubbery, losing its shape and texture. It’s not one you would enjoy eating even if you do love buffalo deviled eggs.
How many buffalo blue cheese deviled eggs per person?
It’s hard to guess exactly how many buffalo blue cheese deviled eggs you need per person, but a good starting place is 2-3 egg halves each. If you have a lot of deviled egg lovers at your next party, you may want to have 3-4 per person.
But If there are a lot of food variety options or you do not want any leftovers, 1-2 halves is a fine number.
Are buffalo blue cheese deviled eggs gluten free?
Yes, these buffalo blue cheese deviled eggs are gluten free when I make them. While eggs, sour cream, and celery are always gluten free, some companies can sneak gluten into buffalo sauce, mayonnaise, or even some blue cheese crumbles.
Just be sure to check the packaging of every ingredient if you are making these gluten free.
Can diabetics have buffalo blue cheese deviled eggs?
Yes diabetics can have these buffalo blue cheese deviled eggs. They have a lot of protein and very little sugars making them a great low carb snack or side dish that can help fill you up without affecting your blood sugar levels.
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These buffalo blue cheese deviled eggs are simple, delicious, and one of the best deviled egg recipes you could make.
Buffalo Blue Cheese Deviled Eggs
You will love this buffalo blue cheese deviled egg recipe; with its delicious yolk fillings and just the right amount of spice, it is a great snack, simple side dish, and an easy way to serve a crowd.
- Cut each egg in half and remove yolk.
- Place yolk into a bowl and pulverize with a fork until powdery.
- Add mayonnaise, sour cream, celery and buffalo sauce. Mix well.
- Scoop contents into a plastic bag.
- Seal bag and cut tip off end.
- Squeeze contents into each egg white.
- Top with Blue cheese crumbles.
- Drizzle with additional buffalo sauce - only if you want a little extra kick.
- Serve immediately.
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 56Total Fat: 4gSaturated Fat: 1gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 3gCholesterol: 95mgSodium: 118mgCarbohydrates: 0gFiber: 0gSugar: 0gProtein: 3g
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