Sausage and Hash Brown Deviled Eggs

These Sausage and Hash Brown Deviled Eggs are insanely delicious appetizers! These deviled eggs have all your favorite breakfast flavors in a two-bite snack!

Got eggs? Try this Classic Deviled Egg Recipe or these fun Buffalo Chicken Stuffed Eggs! Or if you prefer your eggs scrambled, try our Taylor Ham & Cheese Breakfast Casserole!

Sausage and Has Brown Deviled Eggs are the ultimate Game Day watching appetizer!

Impress Your Guests With These Easy Appetizers!

Yes these stuffed eggs are epic appetizers, but don’t just save them for that! These Sausage and Hash Brown Deviled Eggs are also great for breakfast, lunchboxes, after school snacks, brunch or even a light dinner!

Appetizers are were I like to shine. Sure the classic cheese boards are a staple, I don’t think we ever have a party without one! But putting out a few fun, creative appetizers like these deviled eggs are what really impress your guests.

Here’s all the ingredients you’ll need to make these deviled eggs…

Just a few ingredients to make these Sausage and Hash Brown Deviled Eggs!

How Do You Make This Deviled Egg Recipe?

Start by making the filling for your eggs. Brown the sausage in a large skillet then drain any grease and remove to a bowl.

Don’t wipe anything out of the skillet!!! I know some of you like to do that but you’re going to leave all that good stuff right in the pan. We’re going to use that leftover fat to brown the hash browns next….

After the hash browns are cooked, add them to the bowl with the sausage along with the egg yolks and just a few other ingredients. Mix together and get your eggs ready for stuffing!

Fill each egg half with the sausage and potato filling and place onto a platter or board for serving.

Sausage and Hash Brown Deviled Eggs can be filled ahead of time for party planning

Can You Make These Deviled Eggs Ahead Of Time?

You can definitely make these appetizers ahead of time, which as I said, is key when you’re entertaining.

The eggs and the filling can easily be made up to two days in advance, but if you’re going to stuff the eggs I would only do that a few hours ahead of time.

Still you can have everything ready to go, then stuff the eggs, cover them in plastic wrap and get them in your refrigerator. All you need to do at party time is garnish with some chives and possibly a drizzle of sriracha if you like a little heat!

Sausage and Hash Brown Deviled Eggs are loaded with sausage and crispy potatoes!

As you can see, we like to really stuff these eggs to the maximum capacity. I mean it’s all about the filling here, am I right? This deviled egg recipe uses a full dozen eggs, making 24 appetizers out of the halves.

But maybe you have leftover eggs from Easter that your kids have dyed? Perfect use for this deviled egg recipe, you can cut the filling amounts in half if you have less eggs…

These Sausage and Hash Brown Deviled Eggs are the ultimate guy food - sausage, potatoes and eggs in one bite!

PRO TIP: Try this the Dash Rapid Egg Cooker for the easiest, most perfect hard boiled eggs! The shell literally comes right off!


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These Sausage and Hash Brown Deviled Eggs are the ultimate guy food - sausage, potatoes and eggs in one bite!

Sausage and Hash Brown Deviled Eggs

  • Author: Dan
  • Prep Time: 10 minutes
  • Cook Time: 15 minutes
  • Total Time: 25 minutes
  • Yield: 24 appetizers 1x

This kicked up deviled egg recipe are the perfect appetizer for brunch, holidays or any party!



  • 1/2 lb. ground sausage
  • 2 cups frozen, shredded hash browns
  • 1/2 cup mayonnaise
  • 1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce
  • 2 teaspoons spicy brown mustard
  • 12 hard boiled eggs, peeled and cut in half saving the yolks for the filling
  • Chopped chives for garnish


  1. Start by heating a large skillet over medium heat to brown the sausage. Break the sausage up into small pieces as it cooks, cooking until all the pink is gone. Drain and remove the sausage to a bowl to cool.
  2. To the same skillet, add the hash browns and cook until crispy and brown, about 10 minutes.
  3. Add the hash browns in the same bowl with the sausage to cool.
  4. Once the filling has cooled, add the mayonnaise, Worcestershire sauce, mustard and half the reserved yolks from the hard boiled eggs and stir to combine.
  5. Stuff the eggs with the filling and garnish with chives.
  • Category: Appetizers
  • Method: Stove Top
  • Cuisine: American

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