Who says deviled eggs are just for Easter? They’re also fun to dress up for Halloween — cute or creepy, your pick! Get inspired by this updated annual roundup of Halloween deviled eggs, from the merry to the macabre.
Who could resist a cute little pumpkin deviled egg, like these from Tadka Pasta?
Too generic? How about a grinning Jack O’ Lantern, like these from Ochikeron’s You Tube channel:
Or these from Happier Than A Pig In Mud:
Who wouldn’t get a kick out of these owl deviled eggs from Maker, Baker, Glitter Shaker? Hoo? Hoo?
Spider deviled eggs are cute without being too creepy, like these black olive ones from The World According To Eggface:
And these green olive ones from Momtastic:
Of course, you CAN make them creepy, like this albino black widow spider deviled egg found on Hairpin:
If you’re going to have spiders, you might as well have spider webs, like these from health-actually.com:
Food Planet kicks spider web eggs up a notch with a bright green filling;
Devil horns are an easy way to dress up deviled eggs for Halloween, like these from Cookin’ Canuck:
You can have lots of fun coming up with devilish little faces on your deviled eggs, like these from So Lovely Sweet Tables:
Or these amusing little devils from Kraft:
Skeleton deviled eggs from Thrifty Fun are a scream:
It wouldn’t be Halloween without some eyeballs, like these from Kath’s Kitchen Sync:
Or these zombie eyeballs from Happier Than A Pig In Mud:
Or next level creepy with piped on capillaries from Mom Foodie:
These black and orange eggs from aol.com/food might be too scary for some people:
These red ones found on Homemade Recipes puts the devil in deviled eggs:
Deviled eggs make cute ghosts in a graveyard, from Chef Morgan:
These green goblin eggs from Betty Crocker are pretty scary:
But nothing could possibly be creepier (or less likely to be eaten) than these Satan’s Spawn deviled eggs from Kravings.blog. Nothing. Ever.
P.S. Do you know why ghosts don’t like it to rain on Halloween? It dampens their spirits!