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These Halloween deviled eggs are sure to please your guests this Halloween season. There’s not a hint of sugar to be found in these creamy, dreamy eggs, but trust me, they’re devilishly delicious.
Halloween is right around the corner and with it comes to costume parties, haunted houses, and lots of sugar-filled snacks and treats. What’s a person living la vida low-carb supposed to do? We could stay in the house until the holidays are over or we can bring our own snacks to the spooktacular gatherings.
I’m leaning towards the latter...
Are you ready to freak your friends out? These deviled demon eyes will do the trick. Don’t worry; they are super easy to make. If you have already made my guacamole deviled eggs, you pretty much know how to make these.
I like to use a few drops of green food coloring to give the guac an extra pop of color, but it’s optional. Once your eggs are dressed up with black olives and low-carb ketchup your ghoulish eyeballs will be complete.
These creepy dragon eyeballs are perfect for your Halloween extravaganza or if you’re a diehard GOT fan. They are incredibly easy to make and follow my basic deviled egg recipe. All you need to do is turn ‘em into dragon eyes with the help of some green and black olives.
Look out cuz Yolkenstein is coming to dinner! Seriously, could these deviled eggs get any cuter? They are a bit more labor-intensive to make than a traditional deviled egg but not by much.
Who knew Frankenstein was a fan of keto?
Did these eggs come straight out of an episode of Stranger Things, or am I just “seeing” things?
When you bring a platter of these scary upside-down eggy eyes to the party, everyone will be “looking” to see what you’ve got! They’ll be in for a surprise when they sink their fangs into them because there is bacon in the mix. Yum!
This recipe is one word away from being spider eggs. That’s enough to send shivers up my spine. However, I know you’re going to love these creepy-crawly deviled eggs because I sure did once I tasted them…spider guts and all.
No spiders were harmed in the making of this recipe. Hardy har har!
This recipe is for traditional deviled eggs, so you get the same taste and texture that you know and love with the addition of black “spider” olives.
I hope you enjoyed these gross, freaky, terrifying Halloween deviled eggs! They may look disgusting but don’t be fooled because their taste is insanely good. Have a creepy day, keto boils and ghouls.