Recipes for deviled eggs that use Miracle Whip include Miracle Whip Spicy Deviled Eggs, Creamy Deviled Eggs and Deviled Eggs with Miracle Whip. Many recipes that call for regular mayonnaise can substitute Miracle Whip instead, but these recipes automatically call for the salad dressing.
The Miracle Whip Spicy Deviled Eggs recipe makes a total of 24 deviled eggs. The recipe calls for hard boiled eggs, Miracle Whip, Grey Poupon Dijon mustard and a jalapeno pepper. While the recipe calls for Grey Poupon any brand of Dijon mustard can be used, depending on availability and personal preference. The steps of the recipe are simple, boil the eggs, remove and mash the yolks in a bowl, add the remaining ingredients and spoon back into the egg halves.
The Creamy Deviled Eggs recipe calls for eggs, Miracle Whip, pickle relish, mustard, ground black pepper and paprika. Boil the eggs and cut them in half. Remove the yolks, mix with the other ingredients and spoon into the egg halves. A piping bag can be used to fill the eggs as well.
The Deviled Eggs with Miracle Whip calls for eggs, pickle relish and Miracle Whip. Just like the other recipes, boil the eggs, remove the yolks and mash them with the other ingredients. Season with salt and black pepper and then put the mix back into the egg halves.