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Egg-celent egg-themed dishes

By Sommer Terry / Lifestyle / April 19, 2019

It’s the VeloCityOKC team’s opinion that Easter has the best candy of the holidays (jelly beans of every type, Cadbury eggs, chocolate bunnies, there is something for everyone!). And it might just be our brains playing tricks on us, but we think that egg-shaped candy just tastes better than its straight-edged siblings. These Rice Krispy eggs are no egg-ception. Adapted from this recipe from one of our favorite Oklahoma celebrities, you’ve got to try this egg-celent treat.


  • 4 Tablespoons Butter
  • 1 package (10 Ounces) Mini Marshmallows
  • 6 cups Rice Krispy Cereal
  • Sanding Sugar
  • 2 Small Plastic Easter Eggs


Measure out rice cereal. In a large bowl, melt butter in microwave. Add marshmallows and stir until all are coated. Microwave butter coated marshmallows and stir until melted. Quickly add rice cereal and stir until well combined.

Spray interior of plastic egg and your hands with non-stick cooking spray. Fill both sides of the plastic egg with mixture. Smash the two sides of the egg together and close as best you can crushing the cereal a bit. Gently remove egg shaped rice krispy treat from plastic egg, place in a small bowl and sprinkle sanding sugar over the treat, set finished treat aside to harden a bit. Repeat the egg shaping steps and reapply cooking spray to egg and hands as needed.

Best served on your favorite Easter-themed deviled egg tray.

Cooking and baking not your basket of eggs? Check out these delicious deviled eggs from Chamber members around OKC. We even tried a few so we could give you some first-hand accounts of how deleggtable they are.

Looking for some egg-xtraordinary flavors? We hit up McNellie’s for their Deviled Egg Duo ($11). This dish is meant to be shared and comes with pimento cheese deviled eggs as well as smoked salmon deviled eggs. If you’re a pimento cheese fan or even just a cheese lover these eggs are filled with a silky, creamy, cheesy filling. These might just be the one to try if you don’t like the standard dill flavoring of deviled eggs. The smoked salmon deviled eggs may not be for everyone, but the salmon, a little reminiscent of smoked paprika, is a surprisingly delicious savory, salty pairing. The poppy and sesame seed garnishing add some great texture to these delicious salmon topped bites.

If all you’re jonesing for is a really delicious, beautiful, classic deviled egg, we can attest that Jones Assembly has those down. Our team found their deviled eggs ($9) to be egg-squisite. “Presentation was cute.” “One of the best I’ve ever had. Love the strong dill taste.” “This is the OG deviled egg. Just like Hillary Duff says, ‘this is what dreams are made of.’ The perfect mayo, dill, yolk combo. 10/10” “Rock solid classic deviled egg. Lots of dill and just the way I like it. Onion was a nice touch for both presentation but also for a hint of a ranch—ish herby/sweet/sour combo that brings out the dill quality even more.”

If you love a fried egg, give the spicy deviled eggs ($9), in classic or fried, at Matty McMillen’s or Hollie’s Flat Iron Grill a try. We were egg-cited to sample the fried version at Matty McMillen’s. These unique deviled eggs have a light and crunchy batter fried around the white with the filling on top. The filling has a great dill flavor with just a touch of heat that pairs nicely with the batter. They’re then served over a corn and black bean pico that’s fresh and crunchy. The hint of habanero is spicy enough to be enjoyed, but not so hot your grandma will complain. The consensus was “they’re unlike anything we’ve ever had (in a good way),” and “if you’re unsure about deviled eggs but like fried pickles give these a try.”

There are so many deviled eggs in OKC that we got a little eggs-hausted and couldn't try them all! Check out even more options at the following restaurants.

Block23 in the Sheraton Oklahoma City Downtown Hotel offers a plate of three deviled eggs ($3-$4) where you can choose from traditional, jalapeno bacon, and smoked salmon.

We’ve found that deviled eggs are egg-ceptional with some Oklahoma BBQ. At Earl’s Rib Palace you can get an egg-stremely affordable side of deviled eggs ($2.99) or even cater a whole dozen ($5.99) to go with your Easter BBQ lunch.

Ember Tavern in the Renaissance Waterford Oklahoma City Hotel offers a deviled egg flight ($9) on their dinner menu and its uniqueness can't be beat. It comes with three varieties of deviled eggs: nueske’s bacon, smoked trout, and spanish salsa verde.

Iron Star, who always does an egg-ceedingly good job putting a unique spin on BBQ, offers Mama’s deviled eggs ($8). They come with pepper ceviche and fresh scallion.

For a great price The Manhattan (lunch menu) offers their classic deviled eggs ($4) with two even more egg-stravagent options: adding shrimp ($8) or crab ($12).

Feeling a little chicken to go all-out with an entire plate of deviled eggs? Check out Packard’s New American Kitchen on Saturday and Sunday for brunch and order the Breakfast Board ($14). It comes with a deviled egg as well as bacon, tomatoes, burrata, avocado, toast, and fig red wine jam.

Hunting for a place to have a fancy night out with your chick? Give Red Rock Canyon Grill a try. Their brunch and dinner menu includes a deviled egg ($6) appetizer that is traditionally sweet with sweet pickle relish but has a little heat with the addition of jalapeno.

Whiskey Cake, going along with their farm to table brand creates unique deviled eggs ($6) with whatever is in season. They promise “new but familiar...we’ll keep ’em interesting.”


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