How to Make Deviled Eyeballs

Make Deviled Eyeballs! Scary Halloween Recipes Offer You Fun And Creepy Halloween Party Food Idea. Turn your everyday deviled eggs recipe into a fun and easy to make Halloween snack idea the will thrill, chill and delight all your guests on Halloween.



To make your creepy Eyeball Deviled Eggs you will need the following supplies:

  • 6 Eggs
  • ¼ Cup Mayonnaise
  • ½ Teaspoon of vinegar
  • 1 Tsp Mustard
  • Salt and Pepper
  • Green Food Coloring
  • Black Olives Sliced
  • Red Food Coloring

You will also need:

  • A Pot To Boil Your Eggs
  • A Small Bowl
  • A Fork
  • A Spoon
  • A Cutting Board
  • A Knife
  • A Toothpick


Step 1:
How To Hard Boil the Eggs
Gently put the eggs in a small sized pot and add enough water to cover them. Put the pot on the stove and turn the heat on high. When the water begins to boil, lower your flame a little and set your time to 12 minutes. You want the yolks of the eggs to be hard.

Cover the eggs with water and let them boil.  Once the water boils cook for 10-12 minutes.



When the eggs are done, remove the pot from the stove and run cold water into the pot. Let the eggs cool down so they are easier to peel.

Step 2:
Peeling the Eggs
Peel the eggs. When you are done peeling the eggs, throw out the shells and place the peeled eggs on the side.

Peeling The Eggs



Step 3:
Slice Eggs
Set the eggs on a platter and slice each one. When you slice, slice lengthwise.

Step 4:
Remove The Yolks
Take each egg half and carefully remove the yolks. You can use your finger or a spoon to gently push out the yolk.

Step 5:
Prepare the Filling
Mash the yolks of the eggs with a fork until they are completely crumby in texture. Take your mayo and add it to the yolks. Stir a bit and add the ½ teaspoon of vinegar and the 1 teaspoon of mustard. Add a dash of salt and pepper, seasoning the yolk mix to taste. Mash the mix together until the texture of the egg yolks is creamy. You can add two or three drops of green food coloring and mix it up until the color is even. Then mash until creamy in texture.

Fill The Egg Halves With The Creamy Green Egg Yolk Mixture



Step 6:
Assemble the Eggs
Your Deviled Eggs Are Almost Done! Spoon the green yolk mix into each of the halved egg whites.

Put one sliced olive (you can use green olives or black olives) right in the middle of the deviled egg, making it look like it's the iris of an eye.
You need to make the eye whites look bloodshot, so take a toothpick and dip it into the red food coloring. Draw small red lines on the egg whites. Draw as many lines as you like until you get the look you want. Repeat for all the egg and place on a festive plate to serve. Take a look at the picture to get an idea of how to draw the red lines on them. These pictures really help you to visualize the finished gory looking party food!

Bloodshot Scary Halloween Eyeballs For Your Halloween Party



Get the platter you are going to serve this creepy Halloween recipe on and set your Deviled Eyeballs on it. Keep in the frig until you are ready to serve them to your unsuspecting party guests! Here is what the final party snack will look like!

Your Creepy Halloween Party Food Is Ready To Serve.  Deviled Eggs For Halloween.

Go from Deviled Eggs to Deviled Eyeballs with just a few extra steps. Make your Halloween party extra creepy and fun with some frightfully hysterical creepy food recipes.

Want some more Scary Halloween Recipes to add to your Halloween party menu? Take a look at our other fun food pages:

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