These Keto Everything Bagel Deviled Eggs take deviled eggs to a whole new level! This fun spin on deviled eggs will be a HUGE hit at parties and takes just minutes to make.
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Did anyone else have a love affair with everything bagels? I try not to recount too many personal stories on my blog (because people want recipes, not the story of my life), but I will say that I went through a SERIOUS everything bagel phase when I was in college. I was interning at a radio station that happened to be located by a bagel shop that slathered on cream cheese at least 1/2″ thick per side. Those bagels were true heaven on earth.
That was a zillion years ago (sob), and I have long given up bagels since I went gluten-free nearly a decade ago. That’s why I (and many, many others) rejoiced when Trader Joe’s released everything bagel seasoning. (If you don’t have a Trader Joe’s near you, no worries — I’ll link to a recipe so you can make the seasoning at home.) Like many others, I everything bagel-seasoned EVERYTHING (well, except for bagels 😉 ).
Recently, I started thinking about how good it would be to make cream cheese deviled eggs (so random, I know)… and then I spotted the bottle of everything bagel seasoning out of the corner of my eye. Obviously, I could no longer make standard cream cheese deviled eggs… so, within a day, these Keto Everything Bagel Deviled Eggs were born! I served these at a party recently and they were a HUGE hit. They are such a fun (and super delicious) spin on traditional deviled eggs!
Ingredients Needed for Keto Everything Bagel Deviled Eggs
Ingredient quantities are located in the recipe card at the end of the post.
- Hard-boiled eggs
- Cream cheese
How to Make Keto Everything Bagel Deviled Eggs
This is just a quick overview of how to make keto deviled eggs. For the recipe in detail, scroll to the recipe card at the end of the post.
Remove yolks from your hard-boiled eggs.
Add yolks, cream cheese, and seasoning to a bowl (make sure your cream cheese is softened for easy mixing)…
… then mix until well-combined. Because this recipe uses cream cheese only and no mayonnaise, the resulting filling is thick. I absolutely love it this way, but you are welcome to add some mayonnaise if you want a thinner texture.
Generously fill your eggs with the resulting mixture. Add some extra seasoning on top for a true everything bagel experience!
How to Make Everything Bagel Seasoning at Home
Not near a Trader Joe’s or not interested in buying the seasoning online? Not a problem! Just use this recipe.
What is a good mayonnaise for keto deviled eggs?
If you want the healthiest keto deviled eggs, you should opt for a brand of mayonnaise that isn’t filled with soy oil like many popular brands, such as Primal Kitchen. I buy mine from Thrive Market (aka the Costco of Whole Foods!). Read my Thrive Market review and get a free gift with your first order!
More Keto Appetizer and Keto Party Recipes
If you need a few more easy keto recipes to add to your appetizer or party spread, check out these:
And don’t forget to whip up a few keto-friendly cocktails!
Nutrition Facts for Keto Everything Bagel Deviled Eggs
Per serving (half an egg filled with the cream cheese mixture):
- 66 calories
- 5g fat
- 3g protein
- 0.54g net carbs
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Keto Everything Bagel Deviled Eggs
- 12 large eggs hard boiled
- 8 oz cream cheese softened
- 1 tbsp Trader Joe's everything bagel seasoning plus more for garnish
- Remove yolks from hard-boiled eggs and place in a large bowl.
- Add softened cream cheese and seasoning, and mix to thoroughly combine.
- Generously fill each egg half with the cream cheese mixture.
- Garnish eggs with additional seasoning if desired.
Nutrition facts are included as a courtesy only. They are accurate to the best of our knowledge based on the ingredients and brands used, but their accuracy is not guaranteed. If applicable, sugar alcohols have already been removed from the total carb count.