Healthy Deviled Eggs Toasted Baguette Recipe

Whoever invented the deviled eggs is a pure genius, and we don’t say the word genius lightly when it comes to cooking. This genius took a hard boiled egg – which is already one of the world’s most perfect foods – and elevated them into an elegant appetizer worthy of any party.

Deviled eggs are perfect for any occasion. From the casual picnic to Easter brunch they are more than up to the challenge to help make any occasion tasteful.

Deviled eggs are also one of the easiest appetizers to create. If you are in a rush to a party and don’t have time to create a complicated dish, don’t worry. Deviled eggs will save the day and are always a popular mainstay appetizer.

Healthy Tuna and Deviled Eggs

Part of the eternal appeal of deviled eggs is their sheer simplicity. The list of ingredients is so short that you don’t need to write a grocery list for this recipe. All you need for a basic deviled egg recipe is mayo, mustard, and eggs! You can almost say ‘finished’! By adding mayo to the mixture you are making the already creamy yolk creamier and more decadent while the tangy mustard tames the richness.

After mixing the filling with a fork, you need to fill the cooked egg white shell with all that deliciousness. There are two ways to do this. One is using a spoon and dumping the filling into the cooked egg white’s center. Giving your deviled egg’s a rustic look. The second is using a bag to pipe the filling. Giving it a clean, sophisticated look. Using a bag is a lot easier and neater. You don’t even need a real pipping bag. Instead, just scoop the filling into a plastic bag, squeeze the filling into a corner, and snip off the corner. Fill up you hard boiled egg white shells and ta-da you are finished with zero fuss.

Egg Tuna on toast

How To Make The Simplest Deviled Eggs Recipe


  •  6 large eggs
  • 2 to 2 1/2 tablespoons mayonnaise
  • 2 teaspoons yellow mustard
  • Salt and pepper
  • Paprika, for garnishing
  • Minced parsley or other fresh herbs, for garnishing


  1. Boil pot water and cook eggs for 7-8 mins to hard boiled
  2. Once eggs are fully cooked peel them
  3. Slice the eggs in half
  4. Remove the yolks and transfer the yolks to a bowl
  5. Mash the yolks with a fork until they are completely crumpled
  6. Mix in the mayo and mustard
  7. Season the filling with salt and pepper and give it another mix
  8. Transfer the filling to a bag to fill the egg white shells or use a spoon
  9. Sprinkle with paprika and fresh herbs to serve

Now for the Kudolife version of the classic deviled egg.We added a twist to your typical Deviled Egg recipe with tuna! Adding  tuna to the mix makes this recipes full of health benefits that will keep you energized while managing your weight all morning long.

Deviled Egg Toasted Baguette Recipe

Cook time 7 mins

Prep time 10 mins


  • 1 ½ eggs
  • 1 oz Tuna in water
  • 1 tbsp light mayo
  • 1 tbsp red pepper
  • 1 tbsp fresh chives
  • Pinch salt

248 cal protein 19.7g carbs 24.1g fat 8.4g


  1. Boil pot water and cook eggs for 7-8 mins to hard boiled
  2. While eggs are cooking use a small bowl to mix tuna and mayo
  3. Finely chop Peppers and chives and add to tuna mix with pinch of salt
  4. Shell eggs slice lengthways and scoop egg yolk
  5. Toast 3 Baguette slices
  6. Add egg yolk to Tuna mix mash with fork
  7. Add mix back to egg white and place on top of toast


Lyda Mclallen

Lyda is a health and fitness contributor for Kudolife.

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