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You Sexy Devil:  Baked Deviled Eggs with Everything Bagel Spice

Sexy and Spiced Baked Deviled Eggs with Rosemary and Everything Bagel topping.  Hard-boiled Eggs never looked so good!  Sinful? not so much…these eggs are low-carb, Vegetarian, Gluten-free, and Keto. Maybe that’s why after so many years- they are still the first to go at every party.  This will be your new favorite egg recipe.


  • Eggs
  • Mayonnaise
  • Sriracha
  • Dijon Mustard
  • Salt & Pepper
  • Everything Bagel Spice
  • Fresh Rosemary Sprig


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Classic Deviled Eggs

So why switch them up?  Maybe the Devil made us do it?  We hate peeling hard boiled eggs, and these mini muffin tin deviled eggs are so pretty with more zest and zip than ever!  A twist on the classic that goes in the oven.  The egg whites are a beautiful base, and the egg yokes look so fancy and take little skill.

Deviled eggs go all the way back to Roman times, and were served with spicy sauces as a first course.  Deviled eggs are supposed to symbolize the connection between spiciness and the temperatures of Hell- but don’t worry ‘You Sexy Devil’ eggs have just a little heat.  You can take it!  Try these amazing and beautiful baked deviled eggs!

…and if you are worried about these Devilish appetizers…add balance with a little Angel food cake for dessert.


Should I be buying store-bought or farm fresh Eggs?

When it comes to eggs, there’s a long-standing debate about whether store-bought or farm fresh eggs are better for you. The truth is that both types of eggs have their pros and cons.

Store-bought eggs are generally cheaper and more convenient as you can find them in any grocery store, but they often come from chickens that are kept in cramped conditions and fed an unnatural diet, which can affect the egg’s nutritional quality.

On the other hand, farm fresh eggs come from chickens that are free-range and allowed to roam on pasture, feeding on grass, insects, and other natural foods, which results in more nutritious and flavorful eggs. However, farm fresh eggs can sometimes be more expensive and less accessible for certain regions.

Ultimately, it’s the WICKED CHICKENS that lay the best DEVILED EGGS!


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Are Baked Deviled Eggs good to bring to a party?

Deviled eggs are a great party appetizer that everyone can enjoy. They are easy and inexpensive to make, and they can be made in large quantities to accommodate a crowd.

Deviled eggs are also highly customizable, allowing you to add your own personal touch by experimenting with different flavors and toppings. They can be made with traditional mustard, mayo, and paprika, or you can add additional ingredients such as herbs, relish, bacon, or cheese.

Deviled eggs offer a delicious and nutritious option for party-goers who are looking for something healthy to snack on. They are rich in protein and healthy fats, and they are low in carbs, making them an ideal snack for those who are watching their weight, gluten-free, or vegetarian. Overall, deviled eggs are a versatile and satisfying addition to any party spread, and they are sure to be a hit with your guests.


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Deviled Eggs made with a twist
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You Sexy Devil

Distinctive Baked and Spiced Deviled Eggs with Rosemary and Everything Bagel topping
Prep Time20 minutes
Active Time22 minutes
Total Time42 minutes
Course: Appetizer
Cuisine: American
Keyword: Baked Deviled eggs, baked deviled eggs recipe, deviled eggs, deviled eggs in the oven, Everything Bagel spice, gluten-free, keto, mini muffin tin, muffin tin deviled egg, No-peel Deviled eggs, Spicy deviled egg, vegetarian, vegetarian appetizer, You Sexy Devil
Yield: 12
Author: Lucy Ferr-Beelzebub


  • 1 Mini Muffin tin -2in diameter
  • 1 Pastry piping bag and tip


  • 1 dozen Eggs
  • ¾ Cup Mayonnaise
  • 1 Tbsp Sriracha
  • 2 tsp Dijon mustard
  • ½ tsp Salt
  • ½ tsp Pepper
  • Everything Bagel Spice
  • Fresh Rosemary Sprigs


Get Ready to Bake

  • Preheat your oven to 350 degrees
  • Generously spray the muffin tin with cooking spray

Bake the Eggs

  • Crack an egg into a muffin cup
  • Use a spoon to remove the egg yolk, and set the yolk in a separate muffin cup
  • Repeat with the rest of eggs- leaving 12 muffin wells filled with egg white, and 12 muffin wells filled with egg yolks
  • Place a baking tray in the oven and carefully add water to the bottom of the tray until the bottom of the tray is covered
  • Place the eggs in the oven by putting the muffin tin on top of the tray of water, so the water touches the bottom of the muffin tin
  • Bake the eggs in the oven at 350 degrees for 18-22 minutes (Egg whites should appear firm)
  • Carefully remove the muffin tin from the oven, while leaving the tray of hot water in place- Be especially careful that you do not splash hot water on yourself
  • Let the eggs cool on a rack
  • Turn off the oven
  • Remove the tray of water once it has cooled, and dispose of it

Prepare the Yoke Topping

  • Remove the cooked egg yokes from the muffin tray and put them in a medium bowl
  • Add the Mayonnaise, Sriracha, Dijon mustard, Salt, and Pepper to the medium bowl, and use a mixer until well combined

Make the Deviled Eggs

  • Gently circle each Egg white in the tin with a sharp knife
  • Remove the Egg white bases from the muffin tin, and place them on a serving tray
  • Add the Yolk mixture to your pastry bag, and use your favorite pastry tip
  • With the tip of your pastry bag, circle the outer edge of an Eggwhite base, continue circles towards the center of the base, and form an attractive mountain shape
  • Repeat with each Egg
  • Add a small sprig of Rosemary to the top of each Egg yoke mound
  • Generously sprinkle 'Everything Bagel' seasoning on the top of each Egg Yolk mound
  • Keep refrigerated until you are ready to serve
  • Serve and enjoy

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Aphrodesi’hacks’ for Baked Deviled Eggs

  • Be sure to use a generous amount of non-stick cooking spray on your mini muffin tins. I especially love the silicone mini muffin trays for these baked deviled eggs- they pop out so nicely-
  • You need two muffin tins for a dozen eggs in this recipe
  • Make-ahead – You can bake no peel eggs in a muffin pan the night before.  (the egg yolks an whites in separate wells) Let the baked eggs cool.  Transfer baked yokes in one plastic container, and the egg whites in another storage container.  Refrigerate until ready to finish You Sexy Devil eggs.
  • Take extra care when removing the water pan from the oven- let the water fully cool first.
  • Worried about spice?  Hold the Sriracha/ Hot sauce – Still delicious
  • “Everything Bagel’ spice is delicious on top, but some may prefer more traditional smoked paprika on the top instead- also delicious
  • Use dairy-free mayonnaise for a delicious app without dairy
  • Fresh parsley is a great way to decorate your serving tray.  Place the eggs on the tray carefully.  Serve and enjoy

Deviled Eggs made with a twist

11 Responses

  1. I love these baked deviled eggs! Not having to hard boil eggs is so much easier. The seasonings are divine!

  2. I have tried to make traditional deviled eggs many times- but the peeling took so much time- and the yolk bottoms were often a mess. These eggs were gorgeous and the Everything spice is a great add. This is my new recipe.

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