Bacon Deviled Eggs with White Truffle Oil

Ok, this is getting ridiculous, this whole blogging thing. 3 posts in 3 days? Did someone slip me a roofie? Quite possibly so.
Make these for the super bowl. Everyone will be sure to have a farting good time!
This is my jazzed up version of the plain ol deviled egg.
I was invited by the USA Poultry and Egg Export Council to do a live cooking demonstration at the Commodity Classic convention in March and had to come up with some egg and poultry recipes.
Anyway, the original version of these were much fancier. The had shrimp in them. Mmmmm. bacon and shrimp deviled eggs. UH-MAZING! I wrote the recipe and whipped up a batch. They were delicious.
My sister was going to a party the next day so I thought I would send them with her so her friends could be my guinea pigs. She called me the day after the party. She said, “I have bad news about the eggs,
not ONE person liked them.” WHHAAAAA??? I didn’t know how that could be possible. I literally licked the bowl clean and sucked it right from the piping bag(don’t judge), they were that divine.
What could have gone wrong? She said they were WAAYYYY to fishy. Ahhh-haaaa. I figured it out. After sitting for a day, the shrimp flavor overwhelmed the delicate egg flavor. Damn it. So if you want, you can still make these with shrimp(about 6 large shrimp, chopped) but they must be eaten within a few hours. So for the convention, I am playing it safe and cutting the shrimp out.

Makes 24
12 large eggs
8 pieces of bacon cooked until crisp and crumbled
5 Tbsp Mayonnaise
3 Tbsp Dijon Mustard
1/2 Tsp White Truffle Oil (optional if you can not find it)
2 Tbsp Chives, finely chopped
Large pinch salt
Small pinch of Cayenne Pepper
Chives cut into 1/2 inch pieces for garnish
Place the eggs on the counter and bring to room temperature, about 45 minutes.
In a medium pot cover the eggs with cold water going about 1” above the eggs.
Over high heat, bring the eggs to a rolling boil.
Cover the eggs and remove from heat.
Allow them to sit covered for 13 minutes.
Remove the eggs and submerge in an ice bath for 10 minutes.
Peel the eggs and slice them in half lengthwise .
Place the egg yolks in a medium bowl and put the egg white halves on a flat surface or  preferably a deviled egg tray.
Mash the egg yolks and add the bacon,mayo,mustard, truffle oil, chives, salt and cayenne pepper. Mix until nicely incorporated.
Place the egg mixture in a large zip top baggie. Snip a hole in the bottom and pipe the mixture into the egg whites. Garnish with the chives and a sprinkle of cayenne pepper if you wish.


  1. 1
    Heather @ Sweet Sins 2 Share says:

    At least you got to test them on people first…I hate it when little things like that bite me in the butt because I forgot… Can I be your date to the convention? I mean I will hold your purse and get you a refreshing beverage… I could be a good date you know… Plus I WANT TO GO… and you do all the fun stuff!!!

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    Me and My Pink Mixer says:

    What the heck Leslie – three posts in 3 days! Are you trying to make the rest of us look bad or what 🙂

    I don't like eggs, but if I did I would definitely make these. GO STEELERS!!!

  3. 3
    Heather @ Sweet Sins 2 Share says:

    Do you love how I am trying to ride your coat tails into the convention by offering to be your date /assistant?! I'm a lunatic… I hope you don't take that in a creepy weird stalker way… I totally ment it in a funny hey that is kinda crazy but would be cool way… LOL Ok the more I explain myself the more I am creeping myself out! haha Love the crabbies video FYI!!

  4. 4

    look delish!

  5. 5

    Glad you tested them first, that could have been a disaster 😉 They look delish.

  6. 6

    What is it about a deviled egg that gets everyone excited?! I served some at my son's 3rd birthday party this year, along with so many other incredibly complex and tasty treats and the eggs were the first thing to go! (Yours sound great, by the way!)

  7. 7

    These look absolutely delicious. I love deviled eggs and am always looking for new ways to prepare them. I hope you are having a great day. Blessings…Mary

  8. 8
    vanillasugar says:

    yeah what's up with that? you and all these posts?
    luuuurve talking on the phone with you chicklet. you always put a smile on my face.

  9. 9

    I'm glad you shared this story! Thanks for "Keep'n it real". I love deviled eggs, but I have kept to the traditional since I had a more adventurous recipe backfire on me too. These look delicious!

  10. 10

    oh my gosh, i want to make these and eat them for dinner! i LOVE deviled eggs, and i don't know that they get better then this!

  11. 11

    I love deviled eggs and with bacon is even better honey, I would be more than happy to fart up a storm while watching the game with you and these eggs.

  12. 12

    Sheesh, you ARE a blog posting maniac. 😉
    Everything looks yum-me!

  13. 13

    The bacon alone would make these deviled eggs rock! Good advice about the shrimp-better with friends telling you than at the convention. Enjoy your time!

    Wow, 3 posts, three days? Totally impressive.


  14. 14

    sometimes i sit and think, 'how can i make this better?' the answer is usually the same–add bacon. 🙂

  15. 15

    My kid loves Deviled Eggs Les.. (the former vegetarian! Yup!) Toss in a bacon strip and the ex-vegetarian is in her ex-vegetarian glory!

    Guess I will make these for her! 🙂

    They do love fabu!!!

    Are ya gonna blog tomorrow too? hehehe'
    Love you!
    The other Les
    Leslie Loves Veggies

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    RecipeGirl says:

    Well, bacon makes everything better, doesn't it? But I've never tried white truffle oil. Will have to find some and check it out!

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    Olga @ MangoTomato says:

    ha! that original recipe would have been the most non Kosher recipe ever: LOVE IT! 🙂

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    Leanne @ Healthful Pursuit says:

    farting good time bahaha. Perfect! Just when I need – a room full of man farts. I'll be sure to make these and then exit the room, go to the kitchen, and make myself some of my own. I forgot how much I love deviled eggs. Thanks for the inspiration!

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    Oh my gosh- I am in LOVE with these! I can actually taste them by just looking at the photo. Now I'm hungry…grrr…

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    Nutmeg Nanny says:

    I love deviled eggs! I don't know why but I never make them. I should. This recipe looks amazing.

  21. 21
    Fight the Fat Foodie says:

    Wow! These sound wonderful!

  22. 22

    Hey Leslie! How's the weather in Tampa? I would love to be relaxing on a boat with a mojito in hand right about now!

  23. 23
    Jason's BBQ Adventures says:

    Great looking deviled eggs! Love the addition of bacon and white truffle oil. Takes you typical deviled egg to the next level.

  24. 24

    You can't go wrong with bacon and eggs!! and I think the shrimp version sounds great, but I can see how the flavor would intensify after sitting for a day.

  25. 25

    At least you found out BEFORE something like that happened at the convention, right?

    That's the downside about my love of grilling. So many things I cook have to be served just at the immediate time after resting.

    Hope you guys are having a rocking weekend.

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    Cookin' Canuck says:

    Now this is the way to do deviled eggs. Wonderful!

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    Joy, The Herbed Kitchen says:

    That's terrible! Those awful little eggs, letting you down. But, bacon with deviled eggs? You certainly would have livened up my family reunion, can you guess that side is Irish? It was 15 kinds of potato salad and devilled eggs and not one in the lot had bacon.

    Best of luck at the convention unless it's already happened (I didn't check the date).. then, enjoy a celebratory glass of wine!

  28. 28

    Eggs and bacon in deviled form – love it!

  29. 29

    I love deviled eggs with bacon! These look fabulous!

  30. 30

    This is just another reason I should splurge and buy some truffle oil! They look awesome.

  31. 31

    Oooo. I like the bacon in those! I know deviled eggs are still the fastest disappearing appetizer on the table. It is a perennial favorite.
    One of our newest restaurants in Miami (Michael's Genuine) which is VERY cutting edge, offers them as an appetizer. And while good, they aren't as good as yours!

  32. 32

    They look nice 🙂 I like stuffed eggs, but I didnt have them for so long 🙂

  33. 33

    These look so delicious! I would probably eat way more than I should.

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    Sarah at Recipe Lion says:

    Thanks for the fantastic Bacon Deviled Eggs with White Truffle Oil recipe – very creative combo! I included your recipe in a RecipeLion blog post:

    Thanks 🙂


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