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Spider Deviled Eggs


Halloween is quickly approaching and while you may have started looking for the scariest costumes to wear, decorating with the scariest decorations you can find to decorate your house with to scare all the neighborhood kids, how about getting some even scary foods that both the kids and even adults can enjoy? Today we want to share these amazingly delicious Spider Deviled Eggs. I know you'll love them!


 Here is what you'll need:-

Ingredients:

6 Hard Boiled Eggs

3 Tbsp. Mayonnaise

1 1⁄2 teas. Spicy Brown Mustard

1 teas. Rice Vinegar, or whatever you have on hand

1⁄4 teas. Salt

1⁄4 teas. Pepper

1/8 teas. Garlic Powder

1 can Medium Black Olives


Instructions:

Peel eggs and cut in half length wise. Using a teaspoon scrape out the yolks into a small bowl.


Add the Mayonnaise, Mustard, Vinegar, Salt, Pepper and Garlic Powder to the yolks and mix well. Mash the yolks so they are smooth.


Spoon the yolk mixture back into the whites.


Each half egg will use 2 olives.

Cut the first Olive in half lengthwise. Place the two halves end to end on top of the yolk mixture right in the middle, leaving room for the legs.

Cut the second Olive in lengthwise in half. Cut each half lengthwise to make four legs each. Put four legs on each side of the half olive closest to the pointy end of the egg, angling them so they fan out a little.



Now that you have your equally scary snack for Halloween you're all set for that big day!


Annmarie John
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  1. I am going to try this!!! This would be great for our Halloween party. Totally pinning!

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  2. Those do look cool, but something tells me that they would NOT get eaten!

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  3. How cute! I love chick deviled eggs for Easter, so I'm definitely going to make these for Halloween.

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  4. Believe it or not, I never knew how to make deviled eggs before. I just told my husband that I am going to use this recipe to make deviled eggs for him because he loves them.

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  5. These are super cute! Deviled eggs are always a big hit at any family get togethers we attend. My girls love them.

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  6. What an awesome idea! I love deviled eggs. Like... I even have a cookbook on deviled eggs. I kid you not.
    And I love olives!

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  7. What a great idea - they look completely spooktactualr as well, I've have never tried deviled eggs would you believe!

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  8. Those are adorable!!! Creative food is so fun!

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  9. It took me a minute to figure out it was an olive! These are so cute! I should make some for my family, they would enjoy these a lot.

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  10. I saw these on Facebook earlier today and I wondered what you used for the spider. OLIVES! Genius stuff there!

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  11. I've made these before and they were a huge hit. Thanks for reminding me about them. I have a Halloween party to go to and I was at a loss for food ideas.

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  12. What a cute idea! I would make those even without a Halloween party!

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  13. How adorable are they and I love black olives! These would be easy to make and decorate and most likely would be the hit of the party as far as the food goes.

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  14. Those spiders look too cool. I bet kids would find it really easy to make. Speaking of haloween, i think its time for me to think of my girl's costume for this year. Excited to see yours.

    Hugs to you and your mom!

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  15. Oh my goodness! Those are the coolest! The spiders look awesome!

    You have so many neat ideas!

    Thanks for sharing. Wishing you a lovely day.
    xoxo

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  16. These are so stinkin cute! I def want to try to make these for Halloween :)

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  17. I'm going to be making this for my kids, so fun for them! Cute and yumm

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  18. Not only do they look delicious but I am liking the Halloween theme. Very cool for a grand Halloween party.

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  19. I never would have thought to make spiders out of deviled eggs. I love this idea.

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  20. I am pinning this because I want to try this. We're having a halloween party and I was wondering what I could take. This is so easy to do and would be a hit!

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  21. That looks really cute - perfect for halloween!

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  22. These are so cute! We are thinking of having a Halloween party this year and these would be perfect to serve!

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