In my opinion, there’s no better finger food than deviled eggs. Creamy, tangy and slightly sweet, deviled eggs are easy, almost too easy, to just pop in your mouth, one after the other.

Arguably, it’s the filling that makes the egg. Sure, the whites are nice, but it’s the yolk filling, which has been known to brim with everything from smoked salmon and caviar to bacon and jalapeno, that’s responsible for causing deviled egg lovers to swoon in foodie ecstasy. While theoretically anything goes when stuffing your eggs, I like prefer mine done-up Southern-style with a little mayo, tangy mustard and sweet pickle relish.

Sure, piping in your filling using a pastry bag and fancy tip looks lovely, but it’s taste that matters, so as you add each ingredient adjust your seasonings accordingly. Don’t have a pastry bag? You can makeshift one by using a plastic storage bag. Just roll down the opening and spoon in your filling. Then, snip off a small corner of the bag and squeeze away.