The Famous Million-Dollar Deviled Eggs That Are As Rich and Delicious As They Sound

Million Dollar Deviled Eggs

Unlocking the secret to flawless deviled eggs can elevate any gathering or mealtime spread. While the dish is usually just a simple one to many, if done correctly, deviled eggs can be the most talked about item on the menu. And if you're looking to take your deviled eggs to the next level, we may have found the best recipe to help you do that. The secret? An everyday ingredient found right in your fridge: butter.

This game-changing ingredient will guarantee consistently delicious results with every batch of deviled eggs. Whether you're a seasoned chef or a novice in the kitchen, this hack will revolutionize your deviled eggs, leaving guests begging for more and establishing you as the ultimate deviled egg aficionado.

While the origin of this delicious recipe is unknown, my suspicion is that it gets its name from the extra-rich taste associated with it. Here's how to make the aptly named Million-Dollar Deviled Eggs.

Get the recipe: Million-Dollar Deviled Eggs

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Million Dollar Deviled Eggs Ingredients

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Ingredients for Million-Dollar Deviled Eggs

For this recipe, you'll need hard-boiled eggs, mayonnaise, softened butter, sweet pickle juice, yellow mustard, Dijon mustard, sugar, salt, pepper, a dash of hot pepper sauce and paprika.

How to Make Million-Dollar Deviled Eggs

With a sharp knife, carefully halve the hard-boiled eggs lengthwise. Gently remove the yolks using your fingertips or a small spoon and transfer them to a small bowl. Mash the yolks finely with a fork (or try this trick), then add mayonnaise, butter, pickle juice, both mustards, sugar, salt, pepper, and hot pepper sauce, stirring until the filling is smooth.

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Million Dollar Deviled Eggs Prep<p>Courtesy of Choya Johnson</p>
Million Dollar Deviled Eggs Prep

Courtesy of Choya Johnson

Spoon or pipe the filling into the egg whites, forming mounds or swirling the filling for presentation. Arrange the deviled eggs on a platter. If not serving immediately, cover the platter being careful not to let the lid or covering touch the filling and refrigerate until ready to serve.

Just before serving, sprinkle paprika over the deviled eggs. For added flavor and garnish, consider topping each with crumbled bacon and a slice of pickle, if desired.

Million Dollar Deviled Eggs Plated<p>Courtesy of Choya Johnson</p>
Million Dollar Deviled Eggs Plated

Courtesy of Choya Johnson

What I Thought About the Million-Dollar Deviled Eggs

You absolutely have to try these Million-Dollar Deviled Eggs—they're beyond amazing! Imagine biting into one and experiencing a burst of incredible flavors that dance on your tongue like a party. But here's the kicker: the filling is so unbelievably creamy and silky smooth, it's like eating a cloud of deliciousness. Three cheers for the magic of butter!

Seriously, it's like a flavor explosion that you'll never forget. Trust me, once you try these eggs, you'll be hooked for life. Don't miss out on this mouthwatering experience—it's worth every single bite!

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