It’s time to brew up a new recipe that’s easy and creepy in one big bite! Halloween is the perfect time of year to share your kitchen-witch craftiness off.
Bloodshot deviled egg eyes share the gore of the eyes of a creepy Frankenstein-like monster and mix it up with the best in taste and protein, deviled eggs.
The Craft of Bloodshot Deviled Egg Eyes Is A One-Off
So for those who have been reading my website for some simple Halloween holiday fun, you’ve already noticed that I love Halloween right?
Shortly I will show you how to make these creepy bloodshot deviled eggs.
Hauntingly Easy Bloodshot Deviled Egg Eyes
So, if you are reading my site for more Halloween fun, you’ve definitely read the article on Creepy Bloodshot Eyeball Eggs too which brings me to the ‘one-off!’
I kind of went a bit crazy when I had initially made bloodshot eyeball eggs and well, had too many, thus the one-off was born, a.k.a. Bloodshot deviled egg eyes!
This recipe allowed me to use up the extra bloodshot eyeball eggs I had made and make something more than just a hard-boiled egg.
Creepy Bloodshot Eye Deviled Eggs for Halloween is simple to make, once you’ve created the Creepy Bloodshot eyeballs.
However, don’t forget it’s not just about this recipe, it’s about decorating your table and having fun with a body part theme.
Need table decoration inspiration? Use my Ghouls Night Tablescape to help you create a body part theme and have the GHOULS over!
Creepy Bloodshot Deviled Egg Eyes
Before you boil that next hard-boiled egg in a pot, invest in an electric pressure cooker.
For those that want the perfect hardboiled eggs without having to slave over the stove, the pressure cooker is the winning choice!
Hard-boiled eggs turn out perfect every time and you can see how to make a basic hard-boiled egg in a pressure cooker in my video.
You need no cracks in your eggs because you have to actually marble your egg and this is the part you have to get right to make them bloodshot!
I don’t use vinegar at all in my recipe, and you won’t have to smell that either! Vinegar is not part of pressure cooker hard-boiled egg magic.
There’s no need because pressure cookers don’t require vinegar to keep your eggs from cracking!
Color Matters for Creepy Bloodshot Deviled Egg Eyes
The better the food coloring the better the color. Brilliant is what you are going for here!
I’ve done this recipe so many times and I will tell you to get yourself great food coloring, I’ll share that below the photo.
If there’s one thing every kitchen needs, it’s the right tools of the trade and that includes brilliant food coloring for every season!
Normally I’d say, just use basic food coloring, but if you want brilliant, core color, buy great food coloring.
What do I mean?
A Few Things To Note About Bloodshot Deviled Egg Eyes
I keep them refrigerated until they need to be served or placed on the party table.
Elevate them on bowls, stemware, or even cake plates to separate them from all the other treats.
The eyes you see on the party table are actually ping pong balls decorated as eyeballs.
Read the recipe, it’s fast and easy and of course, you can watch the video for that as well.
Are you ready to make Creepy Bloodshot Deviled Egg Eyes For Halloween?
- BLOODSHOT EYE EGGS - THE INGREDIENTS
- 6 Eggs
- 2 C Water
- electric pressure cooker
- Red Food Coloring
- 1/2 Tsp Vinegar
- Water 1/2 C
- 2 C Ice + 1 C Water
- BLOODSHOT DEVILED EGG EYE INGREDIENTS
- 3 Tablespoons Mayonnaise or Miracle Whip
- 2 Tablespoons Mustard
- 6 Egg Yolks = 12 - 1/2's
- Fresh Milled Pepper
- Smoked Paprika
For the Creepy Bloodshot Eye Eggs which are your base
Prepare Pressure Cooker (electric)
Place 2 C water in the base.
Add in the slotted stand.
Place eggs on the stand.
Set to Manual, High Pressure for 5 minutes.
It will take 5-10 minutes for this to come to the pressure level.
Once the cooking session has ended, allow eggs to stay in the pressure cooker for an additional 5 minutes (up to 10).
Prepare Ice Bath with water and ice in listed ingredients.
Place eggs in the ice bath and allow them to cool for 5-10 minutes. I'd go to the 10-minute marker to ensure eggs are cooled.
While eggs are cooling, prepare food coloring, following the directions on your package.
Remove from the ice bath.
Using a wooden spoon (or countertop whichever is more comfortable for you), lightly dent the egg, cracking it, but NOT cracking so hard as to REMOVE the shell, that would ruin this project.
Do give the bottom of each egg a good tap so you can well the DYE in there.
Next, place each of the eggs into the prepared food coloring (red).
If using a small container as I did, do not stack more than 2.
Preferred to use a larger bowl, so more can soak at one time.
Allow the eggs to sit in the color each only a 1/2 at a time for controlled marbling
Do turn them at about 15 minutes to ensure they are getting coated.
After 30 minutes remove onto a paper towel.
Carefully remove the shell.
And there are your Bloodshot eyeball eggs.
Now, follow the below instructions to make the deviled egg filling.
Cut the Eggs in half and set them aside.
Remove each yolk and place it into a mixing bowl.
Repeat for all 12 egg halves. Use a rubber scraper to get all the yolk out.
In the same bowl that the egg yolks are in add in mayo.
Next, add the mustard.
Following by a dash of pepper and a dash of smoked paprika.
Mash it all together with a fork or a spoon, making sure to break up the egg yolk.
Hold an egg white in your hand, and using a teaspoon fill each egg white to the rim, and following with a small dollop more.
Repeat this for all the other 11 pieces.
Dress with another dash of smoked paprika.
Either serve immediately on a table decorated for Halloween or refrigerate.
Make sure to combine well.
Refrigerate if not serving immediately.
Do make sure that the eggs sat in the ice bath long enough before you make them!
Use plain or smoked paprika.
You could also use Lime Chili spice atop it tastes amazing too!
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 53Total Fat: 5gSaturated Fat: 1gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 4gCholesterol: 94mgSodium: 54mgCarbohydrates: 1gFiber: 0gSugar: 0gProtein: 2g
Nutritional Content is inaccurate