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Spooky Spider Eggs Recipe

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Meet your next favorite Halloween party appetizer! This spooky spider eggs recipe couldn’t be easier to make. Seriously, you can whip it up in no time. If you don’t feel like hauling out the fancy holiday recipe book, this clever take on devilled eggs is all you need. All you’ve got to do is add a twist to the classic party favorite, and you’ve got yourself a delicious appetizer that’s perfect for the witching hour.

Delicious Spooky Spider Egg Recipe

Dig into these delectable goodies this Halloween season. They’re awesome for any kind of ghoulish gathering, and they hardly take any effort to make! What you end up with is a real treasure that will be sure to impress your ghostly guests. Three ingredients is all it takes to whip these up, and they keep well if made ahead of time.

This savory delight brings together an appetizing and filling treat, with a spooky Halloween theme! In fact, you might not even have to go to the store at all for these simple ingredients!

How to Serve up These Spooky Treats

I love how perfect these are for making something last minute, too. If you need a quick 3 ingredients Halloween snack, you pretty much can’t go wrong with this recipe. Perhaps some plastic spiderweb serving ware, or terrifyingly tasty accoutrements will put these beauties in the spotlight. Arrange them on platters in batches for a skin-crawling, yet mouthwatering effect!

Let us know how these go over with your ghosts and goblins! Oh, and don’t forget to leave out a little salt and pepper, (not just for warding off witches!) so your guests can season them up as they like! You could also incorporate some paprika for a wonderful menagerie of flavors. Stick to pitted, sliced black olives and you’re off to your next great party fav.   

Ingredients:

spooky spider egg recipe idea ingridients

Instructions For Making Spooky Spider Eggs Recipe:

 

Hard Boiled Eggs:

  1. Put eggs in a single layer in a pan and cover with cold water. 
  2. Set to med/high heat and once water starts to boil, set timer for 10 minutes.
  3. After 10 minutes, remove pan from heat and drain the water.
  4. In the same pan, cover eggs with cold water to reduce temperature of the eggs and add about a dozen ice cubes. 
  5. Crack the shells of the eggs by lightly tapping them against a hard surface (such as counter) and place them back in cool water.
  6. Remove the cooled cracked eggs from the pan start removing shells.

removing shells from eggs

Cut hard boiled egg in half vertically. Remove all yolks and place them in a separate bowl.

hardboiled eggs for spider egg Halloween treat

creating spider eggs treat for Halloween

Mash yolks with a fork and add Mayonnaise to your desired consistency (we like lots of mayo and put about as much mayo as we have yolk, 50/50 ratio)

egg yolks and mayo for spider egg treat

Fill the egg whites with yolk mixture and set aside.

devilled eggs for Halloween tret

Cut several olives in half, using one half as the spider body and the other half to make little spider legs.

spider eggs Halloween party treat idea

Now bring back your prepared eggs and carefully assemble your spider on top of the yolk mix by first placing the body (half olive) and then the legs (half olive slices) on each side. Make sure your spiders have 8 legs total.

assembling spider themed Halloween snack

Refrigerate until ready to serve.

Spooky Spider Eggs Recipe

Spooky Spider Eggs Recipe

Dig into these delectable goodies this Halloween season. They're awesome for any kind of ghoulish gathering, and they hardly take any effort to make!

Prep Time 25 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
Total Time 45 minutes

Instructions

  1. Put eggs in a single layer in a pan and cover with cold water. 
  2. Set to med/high heat and once water starts to boil, set timer for 10 minutes.
  3. After 10 minutes, remove pan from heat and drain the water.
  4. In the same pan, cover eggs with cold water to reduce temperature of the eggs and add about a dozen ice cubes. 
  5. Crack the shells of the eggs by lightly tapping them against a hard surface (such as counter) and place them back in cool water.
  6. Remove the cooled cracked eggs from the pan start removing shells.
  7. Cut hard boiled egg in half vertically. Remove all yolks and place them in a separate bowl.
  8. Mash yolks with a fork and add Mayonnaise to your desired consistency (we like lots of mayo and put about as much mayo as we have yolk, 50/50 ratio)
  9. Fill the egg whites with yolk mixture and set aside.
  10. Cut several olives in half, using one half as the spider body and the other half to make little spider legs.
  11. Now bring back your prepared eggs and carefully assemble your spider on top of the yolk mix by first placing the body (half olive) and then the legs (half olive slices) on each side. Make sure your spiders have 8 legs total.
  12. Refrigerate until ready to serve.

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