Recipe: Caesar Deviled Eggs

Recipes for Caesar deviled eggs from Julie's Kitchen



With Memorial Day–and all the potlucks, BBQs, and fun that come along with it–quickly approaching, we all need an easy and delicious recipe that’ll please a crowd and let us cooks get back to relaxing this three-day weekend. I’m trying to channel that zen vibe. I swear these Deviled Eggs with a twist will help.

Salads are my go-to for groups, but I wanted something different. So when Ken’s sent me some of their dressings to play with, I was immediately drawn to the Creamy Caesar dressing. I LOVE a good Caesar, but Brock is kinda squeamish about the whole raw yolk thing in homemade Caesar dressings. I get that. I do make most of my dressings from scratch, so I allow myself a little cheat here. (Shh…)

Now back to our recipe. My mayo-aversed folk will be happy to know that this recipe for deviled eggs is 100% mayo-less. The Caesar dressing makes it creamy as a dream. You could also use the Lite Creamy Caesar version too. While most recipes use vinegar as the acid, my neighbor’s lemon tree is just dripping with fruit right now, so I used lemon juice and zest for that obligatory bit of tart freshness. The yolks and the dressing are rich and that little acid balances everything.


Recipe for Caesar deviled eggs from Julie's Kitchen


Recipe for Caesar deviled eggs from Julie's Kitchen
Recipe for Caesar deviled eggs from Julie's Kitchen


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Recipe for Caesar deviled eggs from Julie's Kitchen


Caesar Deviled Eggs


1 dozen large eggs


1/2 cup Ken’s Steakhouse Creamy Caesar Dressing (or the Lite Creamy Caesar version would work perfectly too)

2 tsp Dijon mustard

1 tsp lemon zest

1 tsp lemon juice

salt and pepper to taste

paprika, microgreens, radishes, shallots, edible flowers to garnish


For the hard boiled eggs: In a medium pan, place eggs in a single layer and fill with cold water until the eggs are covered by 1 inch. Bring to a boil, turn off heat and leave the eggs covered for 12 minutes. Cool eggs in an ice bath. Crack and peel. This can be done the night before.

For the Caesar Deviled Eggs: Halve each egg and place yolks in a bowl. Mash yolks with Caesar dressing, Dijon mustard, lemon zest, lemon juice, salt and pepper.  Taste for seasoning. Pipe (if you’re fancy) or spoon yolk mixture into egg white halves.

To garnish: Sprinkle each egg with paprika, microgreens, radishes, shallots, and edible flowers.

serves 6-12


Disclaimer: This post was brought to you in partnership with Ken’s Foods though all opinions are my own. Thank you for supporting our sponsors that help keep us going.


  • ilda

    20 May 2015 10:05 pm

    A Memorial Day BBQ must! Was wondering what to bring. Now I’m good.

  • Johnson Ton

    20 May 2015 10:05 pm

    This looks absolutely delish! I can’t think of a better dish to serve with bbq over memorial day weekend. So aesthetically pleasing and I’m sure it tastes amazing, just like all the other recipes from Julie’s Kitchen.

  • Smith. Adam

    16 Jun 2015 12:06 pm

    Wow this bbq is really so nice. Great things that you made it so easy way. I have try and the result is so good.

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