These deviled potatoes are creamy bite-sized potatoes that works great as an egg-free appetizer or a side dish. If you are craving that eggy flavor of eggs, use them as a substitute for deviled eggs they have a surprisingly similar flavor to real deviled eggs. Serve them for Easter dinner, as a side dish, or packed in lunches.
You will LOVE these deviled potatoes because they’re …
- the perfect gluten-free, vegan appetizer.
- a great vegan alternative for deviled eggs!
- easy to make ahead and keep in the fridge.
- kid-friendly and work great in packed lunches!
- simply delicious and everyone at your party will love them!
I originally made these deviled potatoes thinking that it would only be Easter recipe, but my family loves them so much, they have become a common meal in our house. They are great to keep in the fridge to grab for a quick snack and they work great in school lunches too!
What you will need to make these deviled potatoes…
- Potatoes – About 12 small potatoes the size of an egg
- Vegan Mayo – Any type of vegan mayo will work. I like to use my homemade vegan mayo.
- Plant-Based Milk – Any type will work like soy milk, almond milk, or oat milk. Just be sure to use plain!
- Nutritional Yeast – this is optional, yet gives it a nice flavor. (nutritional yeast is a yellow powder that can be found in most health food stores).
- Mustard – for flavor. Any yellow mustard will work.
- Garlic Powder – for flavor.
- Turmeric – for a nice deviled egg-like color.
- Salt – for flavor. Use black salt if you want a more egg-like flavor.
- Paprika – to garnish.
How do you make deviled potatoes?
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
- Wash the potatoes well and poke a small hole in each with a fork.
- Bake for 30 minutes or until soft when poked with a fork.
- Take out of the oven and let cool until you can hold them.
- Cut in half and scoop out insides with a spoon leaving a little bit of potato to hold its form.
- Put all the ingredients except potato skins into a mixing bowl.
- Mix with a fork or potato masher until smooth and creamy. (Don’t over mix)!
- Spoon or pipe back into the potato skins and garnish with a dash of paprika.
Are there other variations of deviled potatoes that I can make?
For some variation, you can make these into twice-baked potatoes by using this same recipe omitting the mustard and use margarine instead of mayo then rewarming them in the oven. You can also refill the potatoes with Tofu Egg Salad for a truly eggy flavor and texture.
How can I make the deviled potatoes pretty?
Put deviled potatoes in a pretty egg dish with some flowers for a beautiful presentation. You can dress them up a little by using a piping bag to refill the potatoes or just spoon it back in and sprinkle with a little garnish.
Need more recipes for your next holiday party?
- Polenta Pizza Bites
- Vegan Spinach Balls
- Easy Loaded Vegan Nachos
- Vegan Mushroom Pate
- Easy Vegan Spinach Dip
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Vegan and gluten-free deviled potatoes baked and filled with a potato mayo mixture to simulate deviled eggs.
Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
Wash the potatoes well and poke a small hole in each with a fork.
Bake for 30 minutes or until soft when poked with a fork.
Take out of the oven and let cool until you can hold them.
Cut in halves and scoop out insides with a spoon leaving a little bit of potato to hold its form.
Put all the ingredients except potato skins into a mixing bowl.
Mix with a fork or potato masher until smooth and creamy. (Don't over mix)!
Spoon or pipe back into the potato skins and garnish with a dash of paprika.
- Make these into twice-baked potatoes by using this same recipe omitting the mustard and use margarine instead of mayo then rewarming them in the oven.
- Use black salt for an egg-like flavor.
- Don't over stir the potato mayo mixture or it will become sticky and gloppy.