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Pulled Pork Deviled Eggs – A Delicious, Winning Appetizer!

I love creating new recipes…fun new mash ups that take a traditional food over the top.  Football watching parties are the best time to try out these new recipes because everyone is focused on the game.  But when they take a bite of these delicious Pulled Pork Deviled Eggs, they are sure to stop what they are doing and comment on how DELICIOUS they are!  Big thanks to Curly’s for sponsoring this post and inspiring me to create these yummy appetizers!

I love deviled eggs and since we have a steady supply of fresh eggs from our backyard chickens, this is a favorite dish to take to potlucks and football watching parties.  I just upped my game with these little guys, though!  Using precooked pulled pork, (found in the refrigerated meat case at your favorite store,) I was able to throw this dish together quickly.

I discovered that deviled eggs look fancier when you cut a tiny bit off one end and stand it up.  Well, I think it looks fancier.  It makes it trickier to remove the egg yolk, but you can do it!

Try this recipe for Smoked Mac and Cheese to go with these deviled eggs, or these other sides for pulled pork.

Pulled Pork Deviled Eggs

Pulled Pork Deviled Eggs

Yield: 12
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 10 minutes
Additional Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 25 minutes

Pulled Pork Deviled Eggs are such a great twist on classic deviled eggs! They will make a great appetizer or game day food!


  • Curly’s Pulled Pork
  • 12 hard boiled eggs
  • 4 TBSP mayonnaise
  • 2 TBSP mustard
  • pickles (any kind) and pickle juice
  • dash of salt
  • paprika, optional


  1. Peel hard boiled eggs when cool and place on a paper towel to remove any excess water.
  2. Cut a tiny bit off of one end of the egg, so it can stand up on its end.
  3. Cut about 1/3 off the other end and discard the tips.
  4. Using a small knife or spoon, remove the egg yolks carefully and place them in a bowl.
  5. Mix together egg yolks, mayo, mustard, salt, and pickle juice, 1/2 tsp at a time, until desired consistency is achieved.
  6. Meanwhile, heat Curly’s Pulled Pork in a saucepan on the stove top on medium.
  7. Place egg yolk mixture in a plastic baggie and cut off the tip.
  8. Carefully squeeze egg yolk mixture into each egg.
  9. When Curly’s Pulled Pork is warmed, dollop a bit atop each deviled egg.
  10. Complete the pulled pork deviled eggs with 2-4 chopped pickle pieces or pickle relish.
  11. Sprinkle paprika on all of deviled eggs.
  12. Serve this pulled pork deviled eggs recipe as an appetizer or game day snack and enjoy!
Nutrition Information:
Yield: 12 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 148Total Fat: 10gSaturated Fat: 2gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 6gCholesterol: 196mgSodium: 344mgCarbohydrates: 5gFiber: 0gSugar: 4gProtein: 9g

The writer is not a doctor or nutritionist and this nutritional information is just a guideline. Please consult your doctor or nutritionist for more accurate information.

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Olivia Mayers

Tuesday 14th of July 2020

I usually cook it for family party! Everyone adores it!


Sunday 12th of July 2020

This is truly a remarkable appetizer and a nice twist on traditional develed eggs. I served it as a starter course for dinner and the men fought over the last one. The pickle juice enhances the flavor and complements the pork.


Wednesday 23rd of January 2019

Hey Gena! I just wanted to let you know that these deviled eggs looked so good that I included this in a roundup post of the best Super Bowl appetizers! Thanks for letting me use it! You can see it here:


Thursday 24th of January 2019

thank you!

Tracy DeLoach

Monday 1st of January 2018

Now this is a devil egg recipe I've never seen and it looks so good. I can see myself not wanting to stop after one or two. :)


Monday 1st of January 2018

I would love to try these deviled eggs!! I love the addition of pork.

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