The mustard and mayonnaise filled hard-boiled egg bites are one of the most popular party appetizers. Now, you can easily give a thrilling experience to your guests by creating a Halloween version of deviled eggs. These craftsy looking scary deviled egg recipes are easy, bit creepy, yet cute.
In this special Halloween deviled eggs pot-pourri we have: olive spider deviled eggs, ghost hard boiled eggs, bloodshot deviled eyeballs, devil deviled eggs, skull deviled egg, batty deviled eggs, and monster deviled devils. Also, making these Halloween deviled eggs is way simpler and easier than you think.
Halloween appetizers for kids or adults in parties are a blast. At such parties, these protein-packed, spooky deviled eggs and ghost hard-boiled eggs are a must. So are you ready to make these spine-chilling deviled eggs? I bet you are!
Since Halloween is just around the corner, you must have already started planning for Halloween Party. Halloween is all about getting creative with food and bring out as-creepy-as-possible ideas to celebrate the Autumn.🍂
I have already planned some delicious pumpkin recipes for my Halloween party which are not creepy or spooky, yet they qualified to be on the Halloween party menu. Some of these dishes are , , , , and .
And of course, these Deviled eggs are going to be my go-to party appetizer because they are always a hit with the kids and adults alike. A Halloween party is never complete without deviled eggs, and these ones are perfect for the occasion. So including them in the Halloween party menu is a must. :)
You can perhaps see from the pictures that I have quite a few creative, easy, and creepy enough ideas to share with you. So are you ready to know these fun ways to decorate your deviled eggs for Halloween? Let’s begin.
1. 🕷️Olive Spider Deviled Eggs 🕷️
A Halloween deviled eggs recipe topped with spiders — what else do we need in a Spooky Halloween Party appetizer? These spider deviled eggs are a great spooky treat for any Halloween party — Halloween deviled eggs topped with spiders. They are simple eggs with regular filling topped with some sliced olives.
They are one of my favorite creepy deviled eggs recipes because they are very easy and they are such a crowd-pleaser. They are entirely kid-friendly and adults love them too. And why only limiting your kids to enjoy them on Halloween — they can enjoy this delightful and funny recipe all year round.
For making this scary version of deviled eggs, simply whip up my deviled egg recipe or any of your favorite deviled egg recipes. Once done, cut several black olives or kalamata olives in half.
We will use one half as the body and with the other half, we will make 8 little spider legs. You might think that cutting the olives is a teeny bit of extra effort but this is totally worth it. Lastly, sprinkle with some paprika for the final finishing touch.
2. Bloodshot Deviled Eyeballs
These creepy, eye-popping Deviled Eggs that look like bloodshot eyes are the perfect protein-packed treat snack for your little tricksters. Also, you can simply make them as an appetizer for your Halloween dinner party.
You can easily turn your creamy deviled egg into spooky-looking eyeballs with a few simple additions. Use black/kalamata/green olive slices for the pupils.
I have used thinly sliced bell peppers to create bloodshot lines or veins on egg whites, but you can also use sliced carrots, pimiento, or beetroots. There is another way to create a bloodshot eye effect by using a sauce. For this, you can also use sriracha sauce or even tomato ketchup.
Try them, and I can assure you that this is one of the best deviled eggs you will ever eat.
3. 👻Halloween Ghost Hard Boiled Eggs 👻
These adorable ghost hard-boiled eggs are easy to make. It takes only 2 minutes to turn a hard-boiled egg into a Ghost hard-boiled egg. You only need 2 sizes of drinking straw and some olives. That’s it. I make them for my kiddo’s breakfast sometimes, and it literally takes a couple of minutes when I am ready with hard-boiled eggs.
So simply boil a batch of eggs, and make these fun ghosts for Halloween, or just pack them into your kids' lunch boxes. They would love it. Even better if you have hard-boiled eggs in your fridge, because then these ghost eggs will come together even quicker for a snack or brunch.
4. Devil Deviled Eggs
These devil deviled eggs are simple to make and have a regular filling. The horns are made with red bell peppers.
This is how to make them. Slice an olive to make a face. Cut bell pepper into a tiny triangle for making the mouth. Your Devil deviled eggs are done. :)
5. 🦇Batty Deviled Eggs 🦇
Batty Deviled eggs are one of the most popular of all Halloween Deviled eggs. They are fuss-free to make, and super fun to craft. Plus, they taste amazing. You only need sliced olives, a toothpick, and some mustard sauce to create these tiny spine-tingling creatures.
6. Monster Deviled Eggs
Making Monster Deviled eggs is so much fun. Those creepy monster eyes are good enough to scare you away. They may look adorably spooky, but they taste appetizingly delicious. The eyes are made with slices olives which are either filled with red bell pepper, or hard boiled egg white.
You can check out the video I have shared for these monster eggs on this page.
7. 💀Skull Deviled Eggs 💀
Skull or Skeleton deviled eggs are going to be show-stoppers. Making them is incredibly easy and fun. For making these eerie skulled deviled eggs for your Halloween dinner table, you only need a straw and a chopstick. That’s it!
Take peeled halves of boiled eggs with yolk removed. Take each half and punch out eyes and mouth using a small or big straw. For making a nose, you can either use a small straw or use chopsticks. Fill the holes with mayonnaise egg yolk mixture.
Next, you can either leave them like that or coat the yolk mixture with some crushed or powdered chips of your choice. Done!
Some things you might want to know about these deviled eggs:
What do you need to make these deviled eggs?
For making deviled eggs, you only need olives, bell pepper, a sharp knife, a straw, and a chopstick.
Once your boiled eggs are filled with deviled egg mixture, all you need is to slice olives and bell peppers. You can also check the video I have made for these assorted Halloween Egg Ideas.
How long to cook hard-boiled eggs?
Cooking perfect hard-boiled is all about the right timing. Sometimes they are gloppy if you undercook. Other times you end up with a dark gray-green ring around the yellow center or blackened yolk when you overcook.
Perfectly cooked hard-boiled eggs are not so difficult when you do it the right way.
You will get the perfect hard-boiled egg with a yellow center if you cook your egg for at least 14 minutes. Then immediately give them an ice water bath to shock them.
How to easily peel hard boiled eggs?
Many people struggle with peeling hard-boiled eggs. Peeling properly is very important because when you don’t peel egg properly you will end up having crunchy shell remains in your food. But peeling a perfect and smooth hard-boiled egg is not so hard if you follow these simple steps.
Always peel your egg when they are completely cooled down to room temperature. Refrigerated cold boiled eggs will not peel well properly. So, if you want to peel cold eggs, soak them in hot water for 30 seconds before peeling. Then the shell would come out effortlessly.
Try these Halloween deviled eggs and do let us know how liked them.