Game Day Buffalo Ranch Deviled Eggs Recipe

This fun and spicy twist on an old party appetizer favorite will be a huge hit, whether you bring it out at for the armchair quarterbacks in front of the football game, Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Years, or any other party.  It is a delicious change in flavor and texture from standard mayo and relish in traditional deviled eggs.  I made this recipe based on making 12 finished deviled eggs but it is very simple to double or even triple for a crowd.

 

Buffalo Ranch Deviled Eggs

buffalo deviled eggs

 

 

 

Ingredients:

6 large eggs

1  Tbsp. buffalo sauce

¼  cup Ranch dressing

½ stalk Celery

½ Carrot

salt and pepper to taste.

 

buffalo deviled egg ingredients

 

Directions:

Boil eggs, using your favorite method- I place eggs in a pot completely covered in water, bring to a boil, turn off the heat, cover and let rest for 8-10 minutes depending on your desired done-ness. Remove from pan, tap each egg firmly with the back of a spoon and place eggs in cold water for 1 minute to cool.   Peel eggs, be sure to remove all the shell.  Slice eggs in half, remove yolk and place in a small bowl.

While eggs are cooking finely dice celery and carrot, try to get them as small as possible, it will create a better  consistency and be more evenly distributed.

Use a fork to break up the yolk of cooked eggs into a fine “powder”consistency.

Mix in ranch,buffalo sauce, carrots, celery, salt and pepper until well combined and smooth.

buffalo deviled eggs mix

Scoop filling back into halved eggs, distributing evenly.

Top each boiled egg with a piece of carrot or celery to dress it up for serving.

Place eggs in the refrigerator to  chill until game time.

 

How do you like your deviled eggs?

Game Day Buffalo Ranch Deviled Eggs Recipe
Recipe Type: Appetizer
Author: Brett
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Cook time:
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Serves: 12
Ingredients
  • 6 large eggs
  • 1 Tbsp. buffalo sauce
  • ¼ cup Ranch dressing
  • ½ stalk Celery
  • ½ Carrot
  • salt and pepper to taste.
Instructions
  1. Boil eggs, using your favorite method- I place eggs in a pot completely covered in water, bring to a boil, turn off the heat, cover and let rest for 8-10 minutes depending on your desired done-ness.
  2. Remove from pan, tap each egg firmly with the back of a spoon and place eggs in cold water for 1 minute to cool.
  3. Peel eggs, be sure to remove all the shell.
  4. Slice eggs in half, remove yolk and place in a small bowl.
  5. While eggs are cooking finely dice celery and carrot, try to get them as small as possible, it will create a better consistency and be more evenly distributed.
  6. Use a fork to break up the yolk of cooked eggs into a fine “powder”consistency.
  7. Mix in ranch,buffalo sauce, carrots, celery, salt and pepper until well combined and smooth.
  8. Scoop filling back into halved eggs, distributing evenly.
  9. Top each boiled egg with a piece of carrot or celery to dress it up for serving.
  10. Place eggs in the refrigerator to chill until game time.

 

About the author: I am a Work at home homeschooling mom of two- a fierce 4 year old princess who keeps me hopping, and my sweet, laid back, first born- a little boy who is 7. Underfoot are also two little Dachshunds, a Sun Conure, and my hard working hubby too. When i am not dodging Legos on the floor or playing princess tea party I am crafting, cooking , gardening, or junkin’. I get through these crazy days of life fueled by countless cups of coffee and a whole lotta’ Jesus.

7 comments… add one
  • What a great take on the lowly deviled egg! Thanks for shaking things up. These are quite likely to show up around here quite soon. 🙂

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  • These look really yummy and we sure do enjoy game day around here!

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