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Blue Cheese Deviled Eggs

If you are a Blue Cheese lover then these Blue Cheese Deviled Eggs are a must try. Made just like your favorite deviled eggs but with a blue cheese twist you wouldn’t think to add. Next time you have those blue cheese loving friends and family over they will be in for a treat. 

I went to California at the beginning of this year and my Aunt took us to this cute little Bakery/Cafe by the hotel we were staying at. The bakery had tons of fresh made pies, pastries, yummy lattes, cakes, and all kinds of salads.

It was the cutest little place, just like out of a movie. Beautiful vines all over the front of the store, wooden beams running across the ceiling and tons of pies and cakes on display.

Deviled Egg Recipes

I remember seeing these HUGE deviled eggs on the lunch window side. Once I got over to see them up close I saw the deviled eggs were no ordinary deviled eggs. They were Blue Cheese Deviled Eggs!

We had met for breakfast and coffee but after seeing these huge deviled eggs in the window, I had to try one. I am a blue cheese lover so I was definitely curious about adding it to a deviled egg.

Believe me when I say, it was SO YUMMY.  The blue cheese was definitely the star of these deviled eggs and I knew I had to try and recreate them once I got back home to TX.

Well fast forward almost a year later and I have been thinking about them a lot lately. So the time finally came to try and recreate them.

If you have blue cheese lovers in your family, this is a great appetizer to surprise them with at your next gathering. You can whip up a batch of traditional deviled eggs and set aside some yolks to make these Blue Cheese Deviled Eggs too.

Deviled Egg recipes

Delicious Blue Cheese Deviled Eggs for the Blue Cheese Lovers out there

I found it best to use a food processor to get the blue cheese crumbles to mix well with the egg yolks. You also get a creamier texture and it can be mixed together in just a few minutes.

I also like to use a Ziploc or piping bag to squeeze my deviled egg mixture into the egg halves. You can fill the eggs up so much quicker this way. If you are a good piper you can make them look all pretty too (I definitely need to practice my piping skills).

When making this recipe don’t be afraid to it season to your own liking. Use less or more blue cheese depending on your taste to this strong cheese.

Deviled Egg recipes

If you make these Blue Cheese Deviled Eggs I would love to know what you think of them! Also be sure to tag me using #moerecipes so I can see your yummy deviled eggs.

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Blue Cheese Deviled Eggs

If you like Blue Cheese and Deviled Eggs then this recipe is a must try. Blue Cheese crumbles are mixed in with your traditional deviled egg filling to create a delicious appetizer. Your blue cheese loving guests will be jumping for joy when they try these Blue Cheese Deviled Eggs.

Course Appetizer


  • 6 hard boiled eggs (halved)
  • 6 egg yolks
  • 3-4 tbsp mayonnaise
  • 1 -2 tsp mustard
  • 1 tsp white vinegar
  • 2-4 tbsp Blue Cheese Crumbles
  • salt & pepper to taste
  • Dash paprika plus more for garnishing


  1. Place all of the egg yolks into a food processor.

  2. Add all ingredients into the food processor along with the egg yolks.

  3. Pulse on low until smooth (it is ok to have some little chunks).

  4. Taste mixture to see if you need to add any additional mustard, mayo, S/P or blue cheese. Remember you can always add more but can never take away when cooking, so always taste and add more to your liking.

  5. If mixture taste to your liking spoon or pipe into egg halves.

  6. Sprinkle finished deviled eggs with Paprika and additional blue cheese crumbles if desired. Enjoy.

Deviled Egg Recipes

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