dairy free deviled eggs recipe also gluten and soy free

Delicious Dairy Free Deviled Eggs Recipe

Dairy-Free Deviled Eggs are a great appetizer anytime, especially before Easter Dinner! When I learned I had to stop eating gluten, dairy, and soy I didn’t think I’d ever get these delicious eggs ever again but alas, here they are!

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Delicious Dairy-Free Deviled Eggs Recipe

Deviled Eggs are a staple, especially for Easter celebrations. We love this dairy-free, gluten-free, and soy-free recipe for deviled eggs.
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
Course Appetizer
Servings 8


  • 1/4 spear pickle (1 tbsp diced pickle)
  • 3 large green olives, minced
  • 3 tbsp coconut milk chilled so it's firm
  • 1/2 tsp lemon juice
  • 1/4 tsp dried dill
  • 1/8 tsp salt


  • Place eggs in an empty pot and cover with 2 inches of water.
  • Bring water with eggs to a boil on high heat.
  • Once at a rolling boil, leave the pot on the burner but turn the burner off and put a cover on the pot.
  • Let the eggs and water cool for 10 or so minutes before draining the water from the pot and running cold water over the cooked eggs to prevent them from cooking further.
  • Once the eggs are cooled, peel eggs and discard shells.
  • Cut eggs in half and scoop out egg yolks.
  • Put egg yolks into a small bowl and add the diced pickle, minced olives, coconut milk, lemon juice, dill, and salt. Mix together.
  • Scoop yolk mixture back into egg whites and serve.
  • Tip: don't let eggs sit out too long or the coconut milk may get runny again.


The servings say 8 because there are 8 deviled egg halves but to be honest, I think this would serve maybe 3 people because they are so good you’re going to want more than one half. 
As stated above, I’d suggest not leaving them out for a long time as the coconut milk may get runny again. It’d be great to set out as an appetizer before the main meal. They’ll likely disappear in minutes!
These dairy-free deviled eggs are gluten-free and soy-free as well!
Keyword dairyfree, glutenfree

How I Write My Recipes

As you’ll notice above, I don’t have a whole bunch of text about the recipe, the lead up, and then you have to scroll down and down to get to the recipe. I hate when blogs do that. I get why they do it from an SEO and time on site reasons BUT I think it creates a bad user experience, so I simply don’t do it.

I do have some recipes that I have photo instructions BELOW the recipe but I figure that way you can get to what you want, the recipe, quickly and then if you want a step by step with photos, there it is!

Allergen-Friendly Holidays

When I started the Autoimmune Protocol and ultimately have remained gluten, dairy, and soy free, my biggest concern was holidays. I didn’t like that I wouldn’t be able to eat what everyone else was eating and didn’t want them to be offended that I brough my own food.

I actually ended up sending out a mass email to my family to let them know of my Hashis diagnosis, diet & lifestyle change just so I wouldn’t end up insulting anyone by not eating the food at the pot-luck type occasions and so I didn’t have to explain why several times. I actually wrote a blog post about it all as well and linked that within the email for anyone who wanted greater detail, which I’ve linked to in the button below.

The reason I’m telling you this is I know how hard it is starting out, especially with holidays. I remember when I adapted a dairy free deviled egg recipe I was sooooo excited! I honestly hadn’t been that fond of deviled eggs before my big diet change BUT it’s one of those things that once I couldn’t have them I really wanted some! It was great to be able to bring these to our Easter celebrations to share with others and also for me to snack on.

Delicious Dairy Free Deviled Eggs Recipe with picture of the deviled eggs

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