I bake my eggs rather than boiling them. It's much easier for me and I always end up with perfect eggs. Sometimes this method leaves t a small brown dot on the egg. This spot is not noticeable once the eggs are prepared. Here are the directions on baking eggs if you would like to try that method:
Preheat oven to 325 or 350, depending on size of eggs. Place uncooked eggs in muffin tin sections. Bake large and extra large eggs at 350 for 30 minutes. Medium and small eggs at 325 for 30 minutes. Then place eggs in ice water until completely cooled. Dry off and refrigerate.
I like to use pastry bags to fill my deviled eggs. This method of filling eggs is clean and mess free and I can actually fill them right on the serving platter without having to handle them several times. So easy!
Sky High Deviled Eggs Serves 9
9 hard cooked eggs, cooled.
1/2 cup Miracle Whip or other brand of salad dressing.
1 tbsp sweet pickle juice.
1 tsp rounded prepared mustard.
3 tbsp sweet pickle relish.
Celery salt gently added to taste.
Salt and pepper to taste.
Mash yolks really well in a small mixing bowl, I use a fork. Add all ingredients and mix with a hand or electric mixer on low until smooth. Fill a pastry bag or freezer bag with mixture, cut out one corner if using a freezer bag. Fill halved eggs "ski high" and chill until time to serve.