Deviled eggs are a popular staple at dinners and potlucks. Creative Commons

Every year, a very niche group of people come together to celebrate National Deviled Egg Day, held this Wednesday just in time for the holiday season.

Deviled eggs, which are a well-known staple of parties and holiday feasts, are also known as egg mimosas, stuffed eggs, salad eggs and dressed eggs. They’re such a unique dish that there are even special plates for the finger food so that your culinary masterpieces won’t slide all over the place during your commute to that fancy potluck dinner you’ve been invited to.

Here are some great recipes to make sure that your deviled eggs are a hit for all your National Deviled Egg Day festivities. A quick heads up: They all involve hard boiled-eggs, which Martha Stewart explains how to make right here. They also all involve cutting the eggs in half lengthwise.

The Almost-Classic Deviled Egg: This recipe takes your run-of-the mill approach (combining the egg yolk with mayonnaise and Dijon mustard) and makes it shine with white, black and green peppercorns and some caper liquid.

Guacamole Deviled Eggs: This recipe combines deviled eggs with your favorite Aztec side dish: guacamole. The guac is mixed with the yolk and lemon juice with the whole mixture topped off with blue cheese and buffalo sauce as a garnish.

Deviled Eggs Benedict: This recipe combines a deviled egg with some Canadian bacon and a smear of hollandaise sauce on the top to create an extra luxurious take on a breakfast classic.

Bacon-Jalapeno Deviled Eggs: This take on the deviled egg combines all your favorite parts of breakfast with jalapenos and cheddar cheese.

Sriracha And Wasabi Deviled Eggs: This is a spicy take on the classic deviled egg recipe. With bits of scallion, ginger and soy involved, alongside the Sriracha and Wasabi, these bad boys will put some heat in your mouth.