Bacon deviled eggs made the perfect appetizer for a friends and family event. I usually spend the Sunday before Labor Day with a close friend’s family. I always bring a dish, and it’s usually the same dish every year, some form of potatoes (mashed, scalloped, etc). This year, I thought I would actually get away without bringing a dish at all, but nope! Sunday morning I was asked to bring deviled eggs. I had never made them, but I knew I could figure it out. I also knew I didn’t want to bring “typical deviled eggs.” I love to do something different, so I added bacon!
Calories: 75 Fat: 5G Net Carbs: 2G Protein: 4G
Costco sells packages of 2 dozen organic hard boiled eggs for about $8. Perfect for meal prep and saving time!
If you want to cut out some additional calories and fat, swap out the regular mayo for reduced-fat.
To ensure I could accommodate everyone, I made a few without the bacon.
Easy, Low-Carb Keto Bacon Deviled Eggs
Easy, Low-Carb Keto Bacon Deviled Eggs with crunchy bacon make the perfect cookout, game day, Superbowl, tailgate, and event appetizer or side-dish. Quick and easy to make and loaded with flavor.
- 6 large eggs boiled
- 1 tablespoon mustard
- 1 teaspoon worcestershire sauce
- 3 tablespoons mayo
- 2 tablespoons sweet chili sauce
- 4 slices of Trader Joe's Uncured Nitrate Free Bacon cooked and crumbled
Slice each of the eggs in half.
Remove the egg yolks from each egg.
Place the yolks in medium sized bowl. Season with salt and pepper.
Mash the yolks into a fine crumble using a fork. Add the remaining ingredients, except the bacon and mix well.
Add 3/4 of the crumbled bacon to the mixture and stir.
Spoon the mixture into each of the egg whites.
Place pieces of crumbled bacon in each of the egg halves.
Sprinkle paprika over each serving.