Deviled eggs are a staple appetizer for springtime brunches and luncheons, especially — and naturally — around Easter. Why not surprise your guests by putting an unexpected twist on this expected dish? Jaymi Heimbuch offers six kinds of deviled egg recipes to try this spring.

1. Artichoke and Asparagus Deviled Eggs

If you like artichoke dip, and you like deviled eggs, then you'll love this twist on the springtime favorite. Garnish with an asparagus spear and you're ready for a guilt-free brunch.

2. Cucumber-Dill Deviled Eggs

Cucumber-Dill Deviled Eggs in a glass serving trayThe addition of dill and cucumber livens up deviled eggs in fresh ways. (Photo: Jaymi Heimbuch)

Nobody wants to eat anything too heavy while they're hunting for Easter eggs, so have a plate of these refreshing snacks on hand for breaks.

3. Guacamole Deviled Eggs

Eggs and guac on toast is a quick breakfast solution, but when you add guacamole flavors to deviled eggs, it's like you're experiencing the beloved dip for the first time.

4. Sriracha and Red Pepper Deviled Eggs

A combination of spicy, smoky and sweet, these deviled eggs pack quite a flavor punch in spite of their tiny size.

5. Bloody Mary Deviled Eggs

Bloody Mary Deviled Eggs in a glass serving trayThese deviled eggs merge brunch drinks with appetizers for a fun twist on old favorites. (Photo: Jaymi Heimbuch)

Cocktails are often the best part of a brunch, but when you add a few of the components from a Bloody Mary to your deviled eggs, you won't even notice the lack of a pitcher.

5 delightful twists on deviled eggs
Serve the classic deviled eggs with fresh flavors at your Easter brunch, including avocado, dill, and Sriracha sauce.