Call it a blast from the past if you want, but a tray filled with deviled eggs is a budget-friendly appetizer that's making a comeback. Not only is this throwback from the 1970s a super cheap treat, it's a quick-fix one, too. You can prepare deviled eggs in less than 20 minutes. What's more, one dozen eggs yields 24 noshes, stretching your cash even further.
Although eggs are chock full of protein, you can reduce cholesterol content with this Angelic Deviled Eggs recipe. Put a twist on the egg-yolk filling by substituting it with guacamole. For a heavier hors d'oeuvre, fill the hollowed eggs with tuna or chicken salad or chopped ham, roast beef or turkey.