Creamy Deviled Egg Macaroni Salad (Dairy Free, Vegetarian, Gluten Free)

This creamy deviled egg macaroni salad recipe is packed with protein and gluten free! Great for BBQs, potlucks, or parties!  It’s incredibly cost-efficient, and easy to make ahead or meal prep.

This delicious deviled egg salad is a creamy and mouth-watering appetizer, potluck dish, or salad to bring to a summer BBQ.  Its a combination of two of my favorite summer dishes: deviled eggs and pasta salad!  Put them together and you have a super yummy Midwestern Fusion salad everyone at the table will love.

This Deviled Egg Macaroni Salad Is:

  • Tangy
  • Creamy
  • Packed with Protein
  • Crunchy
  • Sweet
  • Delicious
  • Great for entertaining!
  • Easy to make ahead
  • Vegetarian, dairy free, and gluten free!

This macaroni egg salad is also incredibly cost efficient.  A box of macaroni pasta is about $1, and a dozen eggs runs about $2, and the rest of the ingredients are fridge or pantry staples.  I always keep celery and onion in my fridge, so I can make this delicious pasta salad anytime!

What’s In This Egg Macaroni Salad?

  • Macaroni noodles: or other small shape pasta of your choice like ditalini or small shells.
  • Hardboiled eggs: my recipe for PERFECT hardboiled eggs every time (easy peel) is on my site at the link here.
  • Mayonnaise: or you can use a plain unsweetened Greek Yogurt if you don’t like mayo.
  • Celery: for a savory flavor and crunch
  • Onion: a bold taste, but if you don’t like onions you can skip
  • Mustard: I used normal prepared yellow mustard, but you can jazz it up with a whole grain or dijon instead.
  • Relish: for sweetness and crunch!
  • Paprika: for that delicious classic deviled egg flavor
  • Chives: to make this pasta salad extra #fancy

How Do I Make This Deviled Egg Macaroni Salad?

  1. Cook macaroni according to package instructions. Drain, rinse, and set aside to cool.
  2. In a large bowl, add the hardboiled eggs. With a fork, mash the eggs a few times each to break them up into smaller pieces.
  3. Add the celery, onion, mayonnaise, mustard, and relish. Stir well to combine, ensuring the dressing evenly coats the eggs and veggies.
  4. Taste and add salt and pepper if desired.  Sprinkle the top with paprika and chopped chives.

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Creamy Deviled Egg Macaroni Salad (Vegetarian, Gluten Free, Dairy Free)

This creamy deviled egg macaroni salad recipe is packed with protein and gluten free! Great for BBQs, potlucks, or parties!
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Prep Time 10 mins
Cook Time 15 mins
Total Time 25 mins
Course Appetizer, Pasta, Salad
Cuisine American, Midwestern Fusion
Servings 12 people

Ingredients
  

  • 1 lb 16 ounce box macaroni salad, cooked and cooled use gluten free if GF
  • 6 hardboiled eggs peeled and rinsed
  • 1/2 cup mayonnaise or Greek yogurt
  • 1/2 cup chopped celery
  • 1/4 cup chopped sweet onion
  • 1 tablespoon yellow mustard
  • 1 tablespoon sweet relish
  • Salt and Pepper to taste
  • Paprika
  • Chives

Instructions
 

  • Cook macaroni according to package instructions. Drain, rinse, and set aside to cool.
  • In a large bowl, add the hardboiled eggs. With a fork, mash the eggs a few times each to break them up into smaller pieces.
  • Add the celery, onion, mayonnaise, mustard, and relish. Stir well to combine, ensuring the dressing evenly coats the eggs and veggies.
  • Taste and add salt and pepper if desired.  Sprinkle the top with paprika and chopped chives.
Keyword Dairy Free Macaroni Salad, Deviled Egg Macaroni Salad, Egg Macaroni Salad, Egg Pasta Salad
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1 Comment

  1. This sounds good! How do you think this would work without the tofu and tamari? Obviously it would be different, but my little guy can’t have soy, so I’m wondering if there might be a good way to sub that, or just leave it out…

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