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Deviled Egg Dip

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Deviled Egg Dip is a creamy and delicious dip that takes the perfect flavors of a deviled egg sandwich and creates a smooth finish dip that you cannot keep your fingers out of.

Whipped up in minutes, this is one of those dip recipes that becomes a go-to dip every holiday.

bowl of deviled egg dip with melba toast.

All the families that gather have their “feature” recipe, and somehow I got saddled with having the best-deviled eggs… to be honest, they are outstanding.

Simply done, there isn’t a secret ingredient to my deviled eggs. It’s just good blending.

And this dip is the same way- classic, straightforward ingredients, blended well and served up quickly.


If you love deviled eggs (and who doesn’t), you will adore this deviled egg dip. It takes all the good parts and puts them in a bowl so you can dip or spread them over and over again!

Great for a crowd and different from the usual spinach dip or pico de gallo adorning the countertop, you will love this appetizer recipe.

  • Hard-boiled eggs – You must hard-boil your eggs before you start. I like to make it easy and use my pressure cooker. Here is my recipe for Pressure Cooker Hard Boiled Eggs (Ninja Foodi) 
  • Real mayonnaise – I am not a snob about most food, but I would say that using Hellmann’s is the difference between a good dip and a great dip. 
  • Dijon mustard – You COULD use regular yellow mustard, but why would you? Dijon mustard provides a little bit of kick and sweetness to the whole dish. 
  • Hot sauce – Before you ask, the hot sauce does not make the egg yolk spicy. It provides a valuable bit of bite expected at dips for holiday parties. 

  • Table or kosher salt and black pepper – Seasoning is significant for eggs, so do not skimp on the salt and pepper. 
  • Dippers– This is the perfect recipe to try crispy little melba toast rounds. Tortilla and potato chips are familiar with dips but are not so great with deviled egg flavors. Keep with crackers and bread-based dippers. 
  • Garnish – Fresh parsley leaves and some paprika for garnish work perfectly. The golden red of the paprika compliments the yellow mustard and egg yolk, and the green in the fresh herb stands out. Similarly and with way more flavor, green onions, fresh dill, and diced onions make great toppings too.


  1. Add boiled eggs to a food processor and process for 10 seconds. Continue processing until eggs are broken down. 
  2. Season broken eggs with salt and pepper.
  3. Add mayonnaise, mustard, and hot sauce, and process for another 10 seconds until combined well and as smooth as you want.
  4. Serve egg dip with parsley as a garnish and melba toast or Ritz Crackers to dip.
collage on what to add to a food processor for deviled eggs dip.

Expert Tips

  • As far as cutting up the eggs for the dip, I used a FOOD PROCESSOR for this dip. However, it’s super easy to use an egg slicer if you do not have one. Just slice the egg and then turn it 90 degrees to slice again. Your dip won’t be as smooth but will still taste amazing. Alternatively, use a blender (my go-to when I didn’t have a processor).

  • In the video, I was making this dip at friends, and she had a Vitamix, so we made it in that. Even with a processor, make sure you chop up your eggs first, or they might get stuck in the blades.
  • Turn this dip into “Mississippi sin” eggs by adding a little cream cheese, cheddar cheese, and some small diced ham pieces.

  • If you are looking for a more filling dip, try BLT deviled egg dip by serving with a topping of diced tomatoes, bacon, and small bits of lettuce. Or even turn the dip into a spread by adding it to a BLT itself! This dip makes a great flavorful tortilla wrap or lettuce wrap filler.

What to serve with Deviled Eggs dip

  • Bagel Crisps
  • Garlic Toast
  • Melba Toast *recommended*
  • Pretzels
  • Raw Vegetables
  • Large chunks of bread (like you would with spinach dip)
deviled egg dip on melba toast.

Deviled Egg Dip Topping Ideas

Other than those mentioned above, top deviled eggs dip with other greats normally seen on regular deviled eggs like relish, crispy bacon pieces, avocado (really! We even have an avocado deviled egg recipe if you want to go all-in), or pimentos. 

  • Also, if you love deviled eggs, you must try this Deviled Eggs Pasta – I made it last year for Christmas, and it’s fantastic!
  • Bacon spinach dip is a great cheesy spin on a fan favorite.

huge bowl of deviled egg dip surrounded by dippers.
5 from 15 votes

Deviled Eggs Dip

Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Total Time 45 minutes
Deviled Egg dip is a creamy and delicious dip that takes the perfect flavors of a deviled egg sandwich and create a smooth finish dip that you cannot keep your fingers out of. Whipped up in minutes, its a go to dip that will make your table every holiday.  Combining the classic flavor of a plate of deviled eggs served on a platter with pita bread and chips, this dip is a perfect and unique appetizer. 


  • 6 hard boiled eggs shells removed
  • 1/2 cup real mayonnaise
  • 1 tablespoon Dijon mustard
  • 1 splash hot sauce or more depending on your taste
  • salt and pepper
  • serving chip or bread
  • fresh parsley for garnish


  • Add boiled and chopped eggs to a food processor and process for 10 seconds to blend size down.
  • Season eggs well with salt and black pepper.
  • Add Hellmann's mayonnaise, Dijon mustard, and hot sauce, Process for another 10-20 seconds until combined well and super smooth. 
  • Serve deviled egg dip with paprika and parsley as garnish. Great dippers include melba toast, bread, or crackers to dip with.



What is the best way to hard boil eggs? 

Personally, I believe the best way to hard boil eggs is the pressure cooker. Make up a huge batch of eggs in either a Ninja Foodi or Instant Pot for a simple way to feel no pressure with this dip. Many people like what is known as the 5-5-5 method, which is 5 minutes pressure cook (on high), 5 minute natural release and 5 minutes in an ice bath before peeling. 

What to served deviled egg dip with? 

Crunchy crostini or melba toast works best with this spread, but anything that could hold a thick dip should work fine. Try carrot and celery sticks as well. 

Variations that would work well

Just like deviled eggs themselves, there are many toppings that would go well with this dip. Add in a bit of relish mixed in or garnish with bits of crunchy bacon, blue cheese crumbles, or diced up olives. As far as fresh herbs, try parsley, pepper, sliced green onions or cilantro.


Serving: 1Servings | Calories: 405kcal | Carbohydrates: 17g | Protein: 13g | Fat: 32g | Saturated Fat: 6g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 23g | Cholesterol: 291mg | Sodium: 610mg | Fiber: 1g | Sugar: 2g

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  1. How long does this last in the fridge?

    Can it be frozen?

    1. Trisha Haas says:

      Helena, I do not think this dip should be frozen. You can keep it about 3 days if its in an airtight container. While eggs can last longer, I do personally believe that dips have the ability to absorb smells and tastes from the fridge and its best to serve and eat.

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