These buffalo ranch deviled eggs are the perfect appetizer for any occasion! They are packed with delicious flavors and an incredibly creamy filling. Also, they have just the right amount of spice from the buffalo hot sauce. You get the amazing flavors of buffalo and ranch in every bite and they are super easy to make. They are topped with fresh chopped chives and crumbled blue cheese. These are sure to be your new favorite deviled eggs!
Why You Will Love These Buffalo Ranch Deviled Eggs
- They are super easy to make and packed with flavor.
- You can double this recipe to make as many deviled eggs as you want!
- They are the perfect appetizer for Easter or any time.
- These deviled eggs are packed with the delicious flavors of buffalo and ranch.
- These deviled eggs are high in protein and low in fat.
How To Make Buffalo Deviled Eggs
To make buffalo deviled eggs, first hard boil the eggs. We have a blog post on how to perfectly hard boil eggs on the stove or in the Instant Pot! Then, remove the shells, cut the eggs in half, and place the egg yolks in a large bowl.
Add the 0 fat Greek yogurt, ranch dressing, and Frank’s Red Hot Buffalo Wings Hot Sauce to the large bowl with the egg yolks.
Thoroughly combine the ingredients in the bowl.
Next, fill each deviled egg. Then, top the buffalo deviled eggs with light blue or feta cheese, chopped chives, and any additional hot sauce.
How To Make Spicy Deviled Eggs
These buffalo ranch deviled eggs have the perfect amount of heat. We used Frank’s Red Hot Buffalo Wings Hot Sauce. Feel free to use anywhere from 1-2 teaspoons of it, depending on how spicy you want to make your deviled eggs. Also, we love adding a few drops of hot sauce on top. You can determine how spicy to make these deviled eggs.
How Many Deviled Eggs Should I Make?
This buffalo deviled eggs recipe is great because you can always double, or even triple the recipe. This recipe makes 12 deviled eggs from 6 individual hard-boiled eggs. This recipe is the perfect appetizer and recipe for Easter. Also, if you want more deviled eggs, check out our classic deviled eggs recipe.
What Is The Best Way To Fill Deviled Eggs?
There are many ways to fill deviled eggs. We recommend filling a piping bag or plastic bag with the deviled eggs filling. Then, pipe the eggs with the filling. This evenly distributes the filling and makes the most beautiful deviled eggs. Also, an easy way to fill deviled eggs is by using a spoon to scoop some of the deviled eggs filling into each egg. All of these techniques will work perfectly to fill your deviled eggs.
How To Garnish Buffalo Ranch Deviled Eggs
These buffalo ranch deviled eggs are delicious on their own or with some toppings. Some of our favorite toppings are blue or feta cheese and chopped chives. For an extra kick, you can add some more hot sauce on top. We love the flavors of buffalo and ranch in these deviled eggs and the toppings complement them.
Are Buffalo Ranch Deviled Eggs Healthy?
Yes, these buffalo ranch deviled eggs are healthy and delicious! We used 1 tablespoon of light mayonnaise in this recipe and 1/4 cup of 0 fat greek yogurt. If you would like, feel free to substitute the tablespoon of light mayonnaise for one tablespoon of 0 fat greek yogurt. We like to add a tablespoon of light mayonnaise because it balances out the flavor of the greek yogurt.
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4 servings per container
- Amount Per ServingCalories79
- % Daily Value *
- Total Fat
- Saturated Fat 1.7g 5%
- Cholesterol 166mg 56%
- Sodium 111mg 5%
- Total Carbohydrate
- Dietary Fiber 0g 0%
- Sugars 0.8g
- Protein 7g 15%
* The % Daily Value tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice.