Monster Eyes Deviled Eggs Recipe

Monster Eyes Deviled Eggs

 

Halloween is on its way and people are already starting to plan their holiday parties and activities. How about adding a spooky Monsters’ Eyeball to the menu? This delicious, healthy and simple snack is the perfect Halloween side dish. Your guests are sure to love the look of this creative and playful snack almost as much as they enjoy eating it.

Ingredients:

1 dozen eggs (hardboiled)

2 whole avocados

Salt

Pepper

Green and red food coloring

1 tablespoon vinegar

1 cup hot water

Hot sauce (optional)

1 can black olives

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Directions:

*Steps 1-4 optional*

 Mix hot water, 10-12 drops of green food coloring, and vinegar into a mixing bowl.

Crack your hardboiled eggs by rolling them across a counter and gently pressing down on them.

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Take your cracked eggs and place them into the green food colored water for 3-4 minutes.

Remove the eggs from the colored water and let them dry in the egg carton or on paper towels.

 

Once fully dry, peel the eggs and cut into halves.

Remove the egg yolk from the egg halves and discard.

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Using a toothpick, draw red wavy lines onto the cut side of the egg halve to give them a bloodshot effect.

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Carefully cut the avocados in half removing the pits and spoon out the insides into a medium sized mixing bowl.

Add a pinch of salt and pepper to the bowl mix thoroughly.

For a bit of a spicier flavor, add a few drops of hot sauce(optional).

Use a spoon to fill the eggs with the avocado mixture.

Place the black olives on top of the avocado mixture.


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Monster Eyes Deviled Eggs Recipe
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Ingredients
  • 1 dozen eggs (hardboiled)
  • 2 whole avocados
  • Salt
  • Pepper
  • Green and red food coloring
  • 1 tablespoon vinegar
  • 1 cup hot water
  • Hot sauce (optional)
  • 1 can black olives
Instructions
  1. -note *Steps 1-4 optional*
  2. Mix hot water, 10-12 drops of green food coloring, and vinegar into a mixing bowl.
  3. Crack your hardboiled eggs by rolling them across a counter and gently pressing down on them.
  4. Take your cracked eggs and place them into the green food colored water for 3-4 minutes.
  5. Remove the eggs from the colored water and let them dry in the egg carton or on paper towels.
  6. Once fully dry, peel the eggs and cut into halves.
  7. Remove the egg yolk from the egg halves and discard.
  8. Using a toothpick, draw red wavy lines onto the cut side of the egg halve to give them a bloodshot effect.
  9. Carefully cut the avocados in half removing the pits and spoon out the insides into a medium sized mixing bowl.
  10. Add a pinch of salt and pepper to the bowl mix thoroughly.
  11. For a bit of a spicier flavor, add a few drops of hot sauce(optional).
  12. Use a spoon to fill the eggs with the avocado mixture.

 

Comments

  1. shelly peterson says:

    These look pretty cool. We love deviled eggs, have never had them made with avocados.

  2. Sarah L says:

    Those are AWESOME! Very fun and colorful.

  3. Stephanie Bondlow says:

    I am very squeamish about many Halloween recipes, but this I can do. Not gross at all, and kind of cute. My kids will like this one.

  4. i love it! this would be great for a halloween party !:) thank you for sharing! xoxo if i ever have a halloween party i’m doing this for sure!

  5. RICHARD HICKS says:

    These are so cool. Very creative deviled eggs to say the least!

  6. Debbie Welchert says:

    How cute and tasty are these. I definitely have to make these for my husband.

  7. James Robert says:

    These are so cool, you are creative I might add. Have to show these to the kids

  8. Definitely try this for Halloween!

  9. Elena says:

    looks like fun! I would make these for Halloween

  10. Betty says:

    thank you for sharing – this is a great recipe that will taste as great as it looks horrid. just wondering though, what the avocado color will turn as time goes on? I’m guessing the vinegar will keep it from turning.

  11. Cathy Jarolin says:

    These deviled eggs are so clever. Children would really enjoy making and eating them. These would be perfect for any Halloween Party. For me not too appetizing looking Lol! But for the Children and for Halloween parties they Rock! Thankyou for sharing! Have a Great Day!

  12. These are so super cool! My kids love hard boiled eggs and would really get a kick out of these fun treats.

  13. Nicole says:

    How creative! I love when you can take food and make it fun. My kids would think these are so cool. Love the food coloring effects.

  14. tanya holland says:

    These are great. If I were having a Halloween party, I would make them.

  15. Sarah Hayes says:

    these are great! how creative and festive. I love eggs

  16. Darlene Jones-Nelson says:

    Not too sure how the kids will feel about the guacamole in the eggs! I would love them! Going to make them try it at least once!

  17. Dandi D says:

    This very interesting, I might have a hard time eating them though!

  18. These are awesome but I don’t think i could eat them! They look too real!

  19. Jeane Campbell says:

    Oh, my. thinking this is just a little too much.. lol.. don’t think I would eat those. That means that kids would love them! Of course!

  20. Barbara Montag says:

    I like these!
    Going to make them for our ghoulish potluck!
    thanks

  21. Sarah L says:

    Those are so ugly looking but would taste wonderful. Don’t let the kids know that these are healthy.

  22. Tamra Phelps says:

    These look really creepy, lol. But I love deviled eggs, so I would definitely eat them anyway!

  23. G K says:

    Yum! These would be a great, healthy snack any time of year.

  24. Karen Glatt says:

    I want to make these fun Monster eyes deviled eggs. The look delicious and fun to make with my niece!

  25. Sarah L says:

    Those are a hoot! Very creative. Love deviled eggs.

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