Sugar Free Deviled Jell-O Eggs Deviled eggs but sweet and in pretty colors for your holiday celebration! And since they are sugar free, you don’t have to worry about calories or blood sugar concerns!

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Sugar Free Deviled Jell-O Eggs: Deviled eggs but sweet and in pretty colors for your holiday celebration! And since they are sugar free, you don’t have to worry about calories or blood sugar concerns!

These Sugar Free Deviled Jell-O Eggs will be a hit for any holiday celebration or any day! They are super easy to mix up and the Jell-O eggs can be made ahead so all you need to do at the last minute is put the whipped cream on top. Everyone loves Jell-O and bright, fun colors!

The whipped cream:

I used Great Value Extra Creamy Dairy Whipped Topping but it isn’t the only kind out there. For ease of counting macros, I listed that as the exact ingredient used. You can certainly use whatever you like or have on hand, just look at the carb count to know what you are getting there. For this brand, it is 1 carb for 2 Tablespoons so very reasonable.

can of whipping cream

can of whipping cream

The Jell-O:

Sadly, not all colors are available in sugar free. I used cherry, black cherry, orange and lime for Easter, cherry and lime for Christmas and black cherry and orange for Halloween. I have found peach, raspberry and lemon at other times but could not find the lemon when I wanted to do the Easter colors.

If only they would make grape and blue raspberry to give us purple and blue colors but I haven’t found them yet.

Can I make Sugar Free Deviled Jell-O Eggs Ahead of time?

The Jell-O eggs can be made a day or so ahead but don’t put the whipped cream on until the last minute.

You may also like:

If you love Jell-O desserts, you must try One Net Carb Soft Jello Holiday Cookies and Keto Strawberry Jell-O Salad. They are also delicious!

Ingredients:

(See full printable ingredients and directions on recipe card below.)

ingredients for Sugar Free Deviled Jell-O Eggs

Directions:

Bring water to boil.

Add Jell-O and stir to dissolve.

stirring red jello

Add cold water and stir.

pouring water into red jello

Spray deviled egg holders with non stick spray or wipe with your choice of coconut oil, etc. They should be well oiled.

Pour Jell-O into molds. Don’t overfill.

pouring red jello into mold

Chill in refrigerator until set.

Sugar Free Deviled Jell-O Eggs

Repeat with as many colors as you like.

Sugar Free Deviled Jell-O Eggs

 Sugar Free Deviled Jell-O Eggs

Sugar Free Deviled Jell-O Eggs

Add whipped cream as deviled egg “filling” to each egg.

Sugar Free Deviled Jell-O Eggs

Yield; about 16 half eggs for each packet of Jell-O

Notes:

Yield could vary if molds are slightly different size than mine.

If you have a plastic container, especially if it is a thin plastic, you may want to let the Jell-O cool slightly before pouring it into the mold so it doesn’t crack it.

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SF Deviled Jell-O Eggs

Yield: 8 servings

Sugar Free Deviled Jell-O Eggs

Sugar Free Deviled Jell-O Eggs

Sugar Free Deviled Jell-O Eggs; Deviled eggs but sweet and in pretty colors for your holiday celebration! And since they are sugar free, you don’t have to worry about calories or blood sugar
concerns!

Prep Time 10 minutes
Additional Time 4 hours
Total Time 4 hours 10 minutes

Ingredients

  • 1 1/3 cup water
  • 0.3 oz pack sugar free Jell-O
  • 8 Tbsp Great Value Extra Creamy Dairy Whipped Topping

Instructions

Bring 2/3 cup of water to boil.

Add Jell-O and stir to dissolve.

Add 2/3 cup cold water and stir.

Spray deviled egg holders with non stick spray or wipe
with your choice of coconut oil, etc. They should be well oiled.

Pour Jell-O into molds. Don’t overfill.

Chill in refrigerator until set.

Repeat with as many colors as you like.

Add about ½ Tbsp of whipped cream as deviled egg “filling”
to each egg.

Yield; about 16 half eggs for each packet of Jell-O



Notes

Yield could vary if molds are slightly different size than
mine.

If you have a plastic container, especially if it is a
thin plastic, you may want to let the Jell-O cool slightly before pouring it
into the mold so it doesn’t crack it.



Nutrition Information

Yield

8

Serving Size

2

Amount Per Serving Calories 8Total Fat .5gSaturated Fat .5gTrans Fat 0gUnsaturated Fat 0gCholesterol 0mgSodium 15mgCarbohydrates .5gNet Carbohydrates .5gFiber 0gSugar .5gProtein 0g

This data was provided and calculated by Nutritionix using unknown brands unless named in the recipe. If nutrition is important to you, I highly encourage you to verify any data you see here with your favorite nutrition calculator. Also, you can put in exactly what you used so it is the most accurate. This is just to give you an idea, as any nutrition calculation is not exactly accurate unless every single product brand used is entered. Please note also that I am not a certified nutritionist or health professional of any kind. Please consult a doctor or trained professional for medical advice.

 

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