Are there any deviled egg recipes that don’t have mayo? Yes, there are.
Unfortunately many of deviled egg recipes replace mayo with dairy or lactose.
What do you do when you’re lactose intolerant and don’t like mayo?
Here are 13 creative deviled egg recipes without mayo that are either dairy or lactose-free:
#1 Mustard Deviled Eggs
If you like mustard, you’ll love this twist on classic deviled eggs from Inside Kelly’s Kitchen.
The ingredients for this recipe include two halved hard-boiled eggs, four tablespoons of Dijon mustard, 1/3 teaspoon apple cider vinegar, 2-4 drops of liquid stevia, 1/16 teaspoon of garlic powder, and seasonings.
Combine everything, stuff it into the eggs, and refrigerate to cool down. Once you finish, you’ll have some great tasting, mayo, and dairy-free deviled eggs!
#2 Deviled Guac Eggs
Deviled eggs and guacamole are popular party foods, but have you ever thought of putting them together? Hola Jalapeño has!
This recipe calls for six large eggs, 2 ½ tbsp of salt (divided), ½ a large ripe avocado, ¼ cup of cilantro, one jalapeño, one scallion, the juice from ½ a lime, and ¼ teaspoon of black pepper.
Stuff your eggs with the guacamole mixture, and you’ll have a unique new party favorite!
#3 Harissa Deviled Eggs
West of the Loop’s deviled egg recipe has a tasty North African twist.
This fusion deviled egg recipe contains a dozen boiled eggs, ¾ cup of lactose or dairy-free Greek yogurt, two tablespoons of harissa, one teaspoon of cumin, ½ teaspoon of Aleppo pepper, Sumac, salt, and pepper.
Combine your ingredients (except for the eggs), place in a piping bag, and pipe the mixture into the eggs. Garnish with Sumac, refrigerate, then enjoy!
#4 Lactose Free Greek Yogurt Deviled Eggs
Here is a simple and delicious recipe from Sustainable Cooks if you are looking for a “blank slate” deviled egg.
You need 12 eggs, 3 tbsp dairy or lactose-free Greek yogurt, ¼ tsp of sea salt, ½ tsp of dried tarragon, ½ tsp dried dill, 1/8 tsp smoked paprika, and one tsp lemon juice (optional) for this recipe.
Mix everything, stuff the eggs, and refrigerate. Then, add all your favorite toppings and enjoy!
#5 Keto Deviled Eggs
This keto-friendly, no mayo, and dairy-free deviled egg recipe from Keto Summit is about as easy as it gets.
You only need three ingredients — 16 eggs, ¼ cup of olive oil, three tbsp mustard, and seasonings to taste.
All you need to do is boil the eggs, slice them in half, mash the yolks with the other ingredients, and stuff them back into the egg. It doesn’t get any easier than this recipe!
#6 Japanese Inspired Deviled Eggs
These Japanese inspired mayo and dairy-free deviled eggs from Keto Summit are a simple twist on their original deviled eggs recipe.
You would follow the same steps as recipe #5, but instead of olive oil, add the same amount of sesame oil. Then, instead of mustard, add ½ teaspoon of wasabi.
Once you have mixed all of the ingredients, stuff them into the egg, and refrigerate. Garnish with tamari and sesame seeds to taste.
#7 Greek Inspired Deviled Eggs
Stemming from the original keto-friendly recipe #5, these Greek-inspired deviled eggs from Keto Summit are equally as simple to make.
All of the base ingredients from this recipe are the same as recipe number five. However, you can mix finely chopped oregano and olives into the rest of the ingredients.
Once everything is mixed together, follow the same process to stuff the eggs. Once cooled, squeeze a little lemon over the deviled eggs.
#8 Avocado and Mustard Deviled eggs
This recipe from Detoxinista is similar to the Guacamole Deviled Eggs, but with different flavorings.
These deviled eggs require eight large eggs, ½ a ripe avocado, 1 tsp spicy brown mustard, two teaspoons of lemon juice, 1-2 teaspoons pickle juice, ¼ teaspoon fine sea salt, and 2-3 tablespoons of water.
Blend the egg yolk with the rest of the ingredients, then pipe them into the eggs. Serve chilled with paprika and fresh chives.
#9 Pesto Deviled Eggs
This delicious mayo-free Pesto Deviled Eggs recipe by Billy Parisi isn’t dairy-free, but it is easy to make swaps.
You can use homemade or store bought pesto, which contains parmesan but only has trace amounts of lactose. For the deviled eggs, you need six eggs, 1 ½ tbsp of dairy or lactose-free Greek yogurt, one tbsp sliced chives, and kosher salt and black pepper to taste.
Once blended and stuffed, enjoy with fresh chives!
#10 Curry Deviled Eggs
If you’re looking to spice up your deviled eggs, look no further than the Roasted Root’s mayo-free recipe.
Ingredients needed are six eggs, three tablespoons of plain dairy or lactose-free Greek yogurt, two tablespoons of yellow curry powder, salt to taste, red pepper flakes, paprika, and turmeric.
Remove the yolk from the boiled eggs and blend with all the ingredients but the last three. Cool, then garnish with red pepper flakes, paprika, and turmeric.
#11 Hummus Deviled Eggs
This unique and straightforward deviled egg recipe from Eating Bird Food is a great snack or party food.
It only requires two ingredients! All you need to make this is six hard-boiled eggs and a fourth cup of hummus (the author recommends the flavored kind).
Once you boil your eggs, slice them in half and remove the yolks. Mix the egg yolks with the hummus and then add them back to the egg whites.
#12 Spinach Artichoke Dip Deviled Eggs
Ever thought of putting spinach artichoke dip into deviled eggs? A Worthy Read did.
For this recipe, you need hard-boiled eggs, spinach dip, old bay seasoning, bruschetta topping, minced parsley, freshly cracked peppercorns, mozzarella balls, olives with pimento, cherry tomatoes, and thick-cut bacon. For a lactose-free version, use vegan spinach and artichoke dips along with vegan mozzarella.
Mix the dips with the egg yolks, bruschetta topping, parsley, and peppercorns. Add slices of olive, tomato, and mozzarella into the whites, and then pipe the dip mixture. Top with remaining ingredients.
#13 Black Bean Deviled Eggs
Something that you might not have thought about stuffing your deviled eggs with is black beans. However, Toby Amidor did!
This unique deviled egg has eggs, black beans, diced green chiles (mild or spicy), tomato paste, cumin, chili powder, smoked paprika, salt, and cayenne pepper.
After boiling the eggs and removing the yolks, blend the black beans, chiles, tomato paste, cumin, and seasonings until smooth. Spoon the mix into the egg halves and enjoy!
In conclusion, there are a variety of deviled egg recipes that can be made without mayo. Enjoy!