Hauntingly simple eats are what we desire on Halloween right and tasty spider web deviled eggs deliver big squishy bites of devilishly delicious protein, which makes them a perfect spooky Keto Halloween appetizer too!
With the right Halloween props and a table, these Halloween spider eggs that are devilishly delicious will upstage anything else you are serving and they are way easier than anything else you will make for Halloween!
Why You’ll Love Halloween Spiderweb Deviled Eggs
- You can and should make Halloween spider eggs ahead of time
- Creepy spiderweb eggs that are deviled are easy to transport to any Halloween party you might be going to
- the spooky cobweb appetizer is a Keto-Friendly recipe and is a great appetizer for anyone following the KETO lifestyle
- the ingredients in my devilishly delicious Spiderweb eggs are easy to find
- you can use your instant pot to turn out really great hard-boiled eggs to make this recipe
Equipment Needed To MakeTasty Spider Web Deviled Eggs
So what kitchen essentials do you need to make Halloween spider eggs?
- a pot (or an Instant Pot)
- measuring cup
- paper towels
- mixing bowl
- serving platter
- fun Halloween Spiders
- Table gauze
Ingredients For Your Tasty Spider Web Deviled Eggs Recipe
There is nothing fancy in this spooky recipe for spider cobweb deviled eggs, and that makes it perfect!
- mayonnaise – Use any brand you prefer but don’t skip this ingredients
- mustard – if you want a tang I’ll suggest Dijon and if you want a bit sweeter go with the honey mustard option
- food coloring – use black food coloring or dark blue to get the best results
- water – well I think you know what you do with water when it comes to hard-boiled eggs.
- pepper – optional ingredient but I’ll tell you this Pepper is a popping flavor in anything and it gives a little kick
- smoked paprika – for those that like a kick of flavor that doesn’t choke you, use smoked paprika
- red cayenne – Halloween is for hell-raising so add a bit of red cayenne and watch your guests run for the water or the wine lol!
- hard-boiled eggs – you’ll want to use my pressure cooker recipe for perfect hard-boiled eggs fast!
How To Make Tasty Spider Web Deviled Eggs
Step 1 For Deviled Spider Web Eggs Begins In Your Instant Pot
Please note that the recipe for these spider cobweb deviled eggs starts after you have already prepared your hard-boiled eggs.
In order to make the spider web portion of this, you will need to use my recipe for Halloween Spider Web Eggs.
That will step you through the how-to create the beginning of a hard-boiled egg that looks like a spider web when you are done prepping it. It’s a fast process I promise!
Step 2: After the Hard Boiled Eggs Have An Ice Bath It’s Time To Color Them With Webs
Lightly roll your egg on the counter with a little pressure to crack it all over but leave that eggshell on the soon-to-be creepy spiderweb eggs that are deviled!
Repeat the process for all the eggs and set them aside.
Step 3: Make Your Black Or Blue Color To Dye The Eggs
You’ll just drop those cracked all through the soon-to-be spider cobweb deviled eggs into the dye and let them sit and keep moving through all the other steps as follows.
Step 4: Prep Your Halloween Table For The Halloween Spider Cobweb Deviled Eggs
So, grab some white table gauze, netting, whatever, and put that down.
Step 5: Slice and Scoop Out Those Halloween Spider Egg Contents
Once you’ve removed the eggs from the dye, go ahead and place them on a paper towel to rid of the excess dye content.
Slice, then scoop out the egg yolk and place it in a medium bowl.
To make the spiderweb deviled egg mixture you’ll use this mixed with the mayo, mustard, and some pepper and cream it!
After you’ve made this, we will go ahead and stuff those deviled spider web eggs!
Step 6: Fill Those Devilishyly Delicious Spiderweb Eggs with Their Own Mixture
I use a piping container sometimes and other times I just spoon in the filling so you choose how you want to fill the eggs without their yolks replacing the old yolk hole with deviled egg filling.
Once you are done with this step, place the deviled eggs that look like cobwebs or spiderwebs atop plates on your fun Halloween table if your party is right away, if not place them in the refrigerator to keep them at a safe holding temperature.
Congratulations you have made a spooky Halloween s[oder cobweb deviled egg appetizer, an appetizer for anyone who wants a great filling snack but doesn’t want to munch on chips and a ton of junk food!
A protein snack is great and gives you wonderful energy and it’s better than all that candy that will make your belly sick!
Serve with some crackers or chips or some meats!
Enjoy Halloween With The Easy Tasty Spider Web Deviled Eggs And Make Sure To Come Back And Tell Me How Yours Turned Out!
My simple Halloween Spider Web Deviled Eggs are fabulous, fast, and totally fit the season of creepy.
Sometimes I look at these and wonder how we can eat them, but we do!
For those of you who love spider webs, or are fascinated by spider themes for Halloween, this is your gig!
This is really the table for the spider that crawled down beside her! Get ready for a great eats with a Spider them, and whip up a batch of deviled spider web eggs.
Basically, once you’ve made one of my Halloween treats for your table, you’ve actually made 2! That’s right because this recipe is a 1-off of the other.
I don’t know about you but I go a little crazy when I hardboil eggs and often make way too many.
My solution is this practical Halloween recipe that lets you decorate your table and incorporate the creepy with the oh-so-good factor!
Spider web deviled eggs will be talked about long after the party is over!
Recipe and Directions for Halloween Spider Web Deviled Eggs
Spider Web Deviled Eggs
- 3 Tablespoons Mayonnaise or Miracle Whip
- 2 Tablespoons Mustard
- 6 Egg Yolks = 12 – 1/2’s
- Fresh Milled Pepper
- sprinkle Cayenne Pepper for Heat, or Paprika for Color
- After hard-boiled eggs are done, marble them, by rolling to crack without taking off the egg shell.
- Place them in black food dye and then remove.
- Roll the egg around until the shell is off. Now you've got the spider web done, time to fill the devil out of them, LOL!
- Slice each egg in half
- 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 with 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 or refrigerate.