Smoked BBQ Pork Deviled Eggs

Smoked BBQ Pork Deviled Eggs

If you are an outdoor cooking and meat smoking junkie like me, you often have leftover pulled pork, right?! Well I have the perfect recipe for you to try… Smoked BBQ Pork Deviled Eggs!

This can be made on your smoker or Traeger pellet grill, and it makes for an awesome appetizer or side dish to serve.

Plus the presentation is stunning, so be prepared to get a few “ohhhhhhhhs” and “ahhhhhhhhs”!

How to make Smoked BBQ Pork Deviled Eggs

First we will hard boil some eggs.

I have smoked the eggs themselves before, but they were very hard to peel and not much smoked flavor.

So start with a dozen eggs in a pot and cover them with cold water.

Bring them to a boil, and once boiling reduce the heat to medium low for 10 minutes.

Then let them sit in the hot water for 45 minutes and peel them when they are still warm (this is my trick for easy peeling).

You could always add a few ice cubes after they have sat to cool them slightly.

filling the pot with water for the eggs

Next stop is the smoker or pellet grill.

Set it to 180 degrees and let them smoke for 45 minutes to an hour.

eggs on the smoker

While the eggs were on the smoker, I made a batch of Candied Jalapenos to top the eggs with.

This is optional, or you could even use regular pickled jalapenos.

But, the Candied Jalapeno recipe makes a ton and you will want to use them on everything!

making candied jalapenos

You can even see the smoky flavor on the eggs, right?!

smoked eggs

Now it’s time to make the deviled eggs 🙂

Toss a cup of leftover pulled pork with BBQ sauce.

Cut the eggs in half and put the yolks in a bowl.

ingredients for Smoked BBQ Pork Deviled Eggs

Then add 1/2 cup mayo, 1/4 cup yellow mustard, kosher salt, pepper, and BBQ seasoning to the yolks.

And beat with a hand mixer for a minute or so.

Taste for seasoning and add more kosher salt, pepper, and BBQ seasoning if needed.

Then fill the egg whites with the deviled egg filling.

bbq seasoning for Smoked BBQ Pork Deviled Eggs

See, I told ya Smoked BBQ Pork Deviled Eggs make for a showstopping presentation 🙂

Top each egg with the sauced pork, a candied jalapeno, and more BBQ seasoning.

Smoked BBQ Pork Deviled Eggs

Of course you have to try one right away.

But you can refrigerate the rest until ready to serve.

Smoked BBQ Pork Deviled Eggs

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Smoked BBQ Pork Deviled Eggs

Smoked BBQ Pork Deviled Eggs

Cheri Renee
Smoked BBQ Pork Deviled Eggs is a great way to use leftover pulled pork, this recipe can be made on the Traeger pellet grill or smoker!
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 1 hour
Course Appetizer, Side Dish
Cuisine American
Servings 24 deviled eggs
Calories 89 kcal

Equipment

  • Traeger/Pellet Grill
  • Smoker

Ingredients
  

  • 12 eggs
  • 1/2 cup mayo
  • 1/4 cup yellow mustard
  • kosher salt, pepper, BBQ seasoning blend
  • 1 cup leftover pulled pork tossed in BBQ sauce
  • Optional: jalapeno slices or candied jalapenos (recipe link in post above)

Instructions
 

  • Gently put eggs in a large pot. Cover them with cold water. Bring to a boil, reduce heat to simmer and cook for exactly 10 minutes. Turn the burner off and let the eggs sit in the hot water for 45 minutes.
  • Place a few ice cubes in the water to cool it slightly. Start peeling the eggs, which should still be slightly warm.
  • Once the eggs are peeled, put them in a smoker set to 180 degrees for 45 minutes to an hour. Remove the eggs and cut them in half lengthwise. Place the egg yolks in a bowl, and the egg whites on a separate plate or deviled egg tray.
  • Add the mayo, mustard, kosher salt, pepper, and BBQ seasoning in the bowl with the egg yolks. Beat with a hand mixer for 1 minute. Taste for seasoning and add more kosher salt, pepper, BBQ seasoning, mayo or mustard to your taste.
  • Fill the egg whites with the filling and top each egg with a piece of BBQ pork with sauce, BBQ seasoning, and a jalapeno slice or candied jalapeno if desired.
Keyword BBQ, Deviled Egg, Leftover, Pellet Grill, Pulled Pork, Recipe, Smoked, Smoked Pork, TikTok, Traeger

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