Low-Carb Diets Low-Carb Deviled Eggs Recipe Share Pin Email Cover deviled eggs with plastic wrap or foil to keep the yellow part from becoming hardened. Hillary Kladke/Getty Images Low-Carb Diets Snacks Basics Food Lists Carb Counts for Common Foods Low-Carb Cooking Tips for Dining Out Nutrition Side Dishes Desserts Product Reviews Atkins Diet Information Menus Main Dishes Recipes Low-Carb Recipes Popular Diet Plans Glossary View All By Laura Dolson Updated May 22, 2016 (5 ratings) Total Time 30 min Prep 20 min, Cook 10 min Yield 12 Deviled Eggs This Low-Carb Deviled Eggs recipe is sort of my base recipe for deviled eggs. I often vary it by adding herbs, blue cheese dressing, or even crab or smoked salmon.I use sugar-free sweet relish, but you can leave it out or use dill relish. If you use dill relish, taste to see if it would be better with a tiny bit of sweetener. Ingredients 12 large eggs, hard cooked 1/3 cup regular mayonnaise 2 tablespoons prepared mustard (yellow or brown) 1/4 cup sugar-free sweet pickle relish, or use dill relish or leave it out A few drops of hot sauce Salt (about 1/4 teaspoon, or to taste) Pepper to taste 2 tablespoons chopped chives (not totally necessary, but good) Paprika - sweet, hot, or smoked, depending on your taste Preparation Peel the 12 large hard-cooked eggs, split them in half and remove the yolks.In a medium bowl, mash the egg yolks with a fork, and mix with 1/3 cup regular mayonnaise, 2 tablespoons yellow or brown mustard, 1/4 cup sugar-free sweet pickle relish or dill relish (or omit entirely), a few drops of hot sauce, 1/4 teaspoon salt or to taste, pepper to taste, 2 tablespoons chopped chives, and hot or sweet paprika to taste. Mix well. Fill the cavities in the egg white halves, smoothing the mixture over the top (or pipe it in, or however you want to do it).Sprinkle additional hot, sweet, or smoked paprika over the top. Refrigerate until ready to serve.Nutritional Information: Each serving (1/2 an egg) has less than 1/2 gram of carbohydrate plus 3 grams of protein, and 59 calories.More Low-Carb Appetizer IdeasVegetables and dips are some of the easiest, healthiest, crunchiest and colorful appetizers around. Use three or four contrasting colors on a huge platter for a pretty presentation. To make hard vegetables, like broccoli and cauliflower, easier to eat, blanch them for 2 minutes and then immediately transfer to a bowl of ice water for a quick cool-down. As an alternative to dipping your veggies, stuff the dip into them -- mini-bell peppers or cherry tomatoes make good vehicles. Or dollop the dip onto cucumber rounds or jicama squares. Shrimp cocktail is easy and can be low-carb when served with this Sugar-Free Shrimp Cocktail Sauce Recipe. Another good shrimp idea is this Low-Carb Coconut Shrimp Recipe. Cheese platters are always popular, especially when contrasted with melon slices or berries, or small mounds of sugar-free apricot jam. Check out these tips for Stuffed Brie Cheese with Low-Carb Fillings. Smoked salmon, prosciutto and chicken wings are all great low-carb appetizers. Be sure to use sugar-free wing sauces like this Wings with Spicy Peach Dipping Sauce Recipe. Rate this Recipe You've already rated this recipe. Thanks for your rating! Continue Reading Up Next Up Next Recipe Try Salmon Salad Instead of Tuna Up Next Recipe Low-Carb and Sugar-Free 1000 Island Dressing Is So Versatile Up Next Recipe Cut Carbs With This Cauliflower "Potato" Salad Recipe Up Next Article Is Ham a Healthy Food?