Smoked Deviled Eggs Recipe

Smoked Deviled Eggs

If you’ve never had Smoked Deviled Eggs, you’re in for a real treat. Smoked Deviled Eggs are a perfect blend of flavours, served with mouth-watering, spicy, and tangy filling on a hard-boiled smoked egg white base, with pickled jalapeños, green onions, or BBQ rub toppings. This Smoked Deviled Eggs recipe is sure to please.

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How to make Smoked Deviled Eggs

This appetizer is easy to make, and I highly recommend you to try it for holiday dinners, events, parties, or Christmas as a side dish or appetizer.

If you have never tried this delicious Smoked Deviled Eggs recipe before, you are missing the most special part of a perfect meal. This recipe is incredibly easy and it is a fun way to use the extra space in your smoker while the main course. So, go ahead, follow these simple recipe steps and you’re set for a major flavour party in your mouth.

Here is the perfect recipe to make the yummiest Smoked Deviled Eggs. I am going to reveal the best recipe. Do not forget to share your experience in the comment section after trying this recipe.

How To Make Smoked Deviled Eggs

Step 1: Slice Smoked Eggs

First of all, take 6 hard-boiled eggs for smoking. When you are done with the smoking of eggs, take them out, place them on a cooking tray, and equally slice each smoked boiled egg in 2 halves.

If you’ve never smoked eggs before, check out our Smoked Eggs recipe.

Step 2: Mix Yolks

Set aside the egg white halves and start making the filling. Add mayonnaise, diced pickled jalapeños, mustard, bbq rub, cider vinegar, a pinch of salt and pepper, paprika sauce (optional), and pepper into the yolks. You can use a hand blender or a normal whisker to mix up all the ingredients. Whisk all the ingredients vigorously to combine and fluff up.

Step 3: Fill Egg White Halves

To fill the egg white halves, you can either use a spoon or a cream squeezer. The presentation of a dish matters a lot, so I would recommend using a cream squeezer because it will give a nice and neat look when you fill the egg halves. Fill the egg whites with a half or a full spoon of yolk filling.

Step 4: Garnish & Serve

When you are done with the filling of each egg half piece, it’s time for garnishing. For that, I would suggest adding smoked bacon crumbles over all other toppings because I love this wonderful appetizer with bacon and my favourite hot sauce. Bacon with eggs is a great combination. You are finally done with the delectable treat of Smoked Deviled eggs.

Tips For Making The Best Smoked Deviled Eggs

  • Mix It Up. To garnish the deviled eggs, you have a variety of topping options. Some of them can be green onions, pickled jalapeños, salmon caviar, smoked paprika sauce or other favourite hot sauce.

More Great Smoked Side Options

If you’re looking to try other smoked side dish recipes, then you must give a try to our Smoked Eggs, Smoked Gouda, or Smoked Sweet Potatoes recipes. They are healthy, easy to make recipes, and can be served with any main course.

Smoked Deviled Eggs

Smoked Deviled Eggs Recipe

Perfectly Smoked Deviled Eggs you can try at home.
Prep Time 30 minutes
Total Time 30 minutes
Cuisine American
Servings 6


  • Smoker Pellets
  • Cooking tray/cooking sheet
  • Cream squeezer (optional if you want to give a nice and neat look to the topping)
  • Mixing Bowl


  • 6 Smoked Eggs (visit our Smoked eggs recipe to learn how to smoke eggs perfectly)
  • 3 tbps mayonnaise
  • 1 tbps diced pickled jalapenos
  • 2 tbps stone-ground coarse mustard
  • 2 tbps BBQ Rub
  • 1 tsp apple cider vinegar
  • A pinch of freshly ground black pepper
  • A pinch of salt
  • Optional Garnish: green onions, pickled jalapenos, smoked crumbled bacon, or smoked paprika sauce


  • Take 6 smoked eggs and equally slice them in half lengthwise.
  • Gently scoop out the egg yolks from each piece and place them in a mixing bowl.
  • Add all of your ingredients to the bowl along with the yolks and whisk together.
  • Scoop the filling into each egg half piece.
  • Top with your preferred garnish, sprinkle with additional seasoning and enjoy.
Keyword Create “Deviled Eggs”, eggs

Smoked Deviled Eggs FAQs

How Long Does It Take To Smoke An Egg?

It will take 60 minutes to smoke the eggs perfectly. In the first phase, place raw eggs into the smoker for 30 minutes. After that, remove them and peel the eggs.

How can I smoke the eggs?

You can smoke the eggs in few simple steps. For that, set up your smoker with wood chips according to the manufacturer’s directions. Preheat the smoker to 225 F, place eggs on the rack, cover, and smoke until the shells are golden brown.

Why Fresh Eggs Are Not Recommended For Making Smoked Deviled Eggs?

No, fresh eggs are not recommended for making smoked deviled eggs. It is because the fresh eggs are difficult to peel and can destroy the final look of your prepared meal. As the final look of the meal matters a lot. So, you should but the eggs 2-3 days before making deviled eggs.

Can Smoked Deviled Eggs Be Made The Day Before Serving?

Yes, smoking eggs on a pellet grill is far easier than any other smoker.

1. I have tried 2 different methods for smoking eggs on a pellet smoker. You can also try if you want.
2. You can directly place them with the shell on the grill.

If you do not want them directly on the grill, put a rack on the grill and then place the eggs for smoking.

Is it OK to boil eggs the night before making deviled eggs?

Yes, for sure, you can boil for almost 48 hours before making the deviled eggs. This will save your time for the next day.

Why Are Older Eggs Easier To Peel?

The eggshell comes off more easily as it gets older. Why did it happen? As time passes, the egg white shrinks, which increases the distance between the shell and the white part. That’s why they are easier to peel.

How long can deviled eggs stay in the fridge?

As per the USDA standards, deviled eggs can stay up to 4 days. But, I would recommend you to use them within 2 days because preserving them for more time affects the taste of your meal.

Why are my smoked deviled eggs lumpy?

You might be overcooking or undercooking the eggs. It’s not always easy to peel hard-boiled eggs, and mayonnaise-based fillings can be lumpy or gloopy. Your smoked deviled eggs shouldn’t be lumpy at all.

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