Monday, October 24, 2011

Deviled Egg Eyeballs


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Most of you know that Halloween is my favorite holiday. I love getting creative and dressing up and the whole excitement around the holiday. Friday night we had dinner club and it was my turn to host. I decided to do all of the food since I had my theme in mind. It was so much fun and you even get to be a part of it, because I’ll be posting our dishes all week. It’ll be a Halloween marathon this week!

First up is my deviled eggs. I don’t really have a recipe I kind of wing it and keep tasting adding a little of this and a little of that, but I’ll give you the flavors I put in there. I used edible markers which can be found on the baking isle of your grocery store or at Michaels or Hobby Lobby. I just added enough green for the desired color and then topped with a slice olive to complete the eyeball look.

Deviled Eggs
(Created by Finding Inspiration in Food)

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dash of mustard
dash of hot sauce
sweet pickle relish
dash of celery salt

Boil eggs 15 minutes. Slice in half and remove the yolk, setting aside the white part. Mix the yolk with the rest of the ingredients and fill the egg halves.


I used edible markers to make the veins of the eyes before filling them.


If you serve them right away they look like this:


If you put them in the fridge the red will bleed a little and look like this:


1 comment:

  1. I was wondering how you made the veins.

    Very cute halloween idea!