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Spooky Deviled Eggs – 2 recipes

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Need an appetizer to celebrate Halloween?  Then try our Spooky Deviled Eggs with 2 recipes.  These are deviled eggs decorated with cute little spooky eyes and black spiders on top and festive enough to celebrate Halloween, even if you’re not having a gathering or a party to go to.  Gluten-free and positively delicious, these recipes for our favorite deviled eggs will thrill everyone who tries them!

Halloween is a fun time to serve up these spooky deviled eggs as an appetizer.  They are so darn cute and spook-tacular! 

The pandemic has changed our lives these days.  But even if you’re not going to a party, or having guests this weekend, it’s just plain fun to make them for yourself and for your family.



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These spooky deviled eggs are a great way to serve up your family and friends with a delightful appetizer that’s not only easy to prepare but will guarantee to please everyone who tries them. 

Best of all, they’re high in protein, amazingly tasty, and easy on the wallet!


Ingredients For These Spooky Deviled Eggs: (your shopping list, with links to Whole Foods)



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Spooky Deviled Eggs are festive and fun finger-food to serve near or on Halloween. 

Creamy textures with scrumptious flavors, each one is different and a welcomed surprise.  You can’t go wrong when you serve these deviled eggs.




How To Make These Deviled Eggs?

1.  Simply boil the eggs in water on the stovetop for about 7 to 9 minutes.  Remove from the stove.

2.  Then place the eggs under cold running water for a few minutes.   Leave the eggs in ice-cold water for at least 10 minutes or longer to completely cooled.

3.  Next, peel off their shells and slice them in half.  Gently pop out the yolks and set them aside.  

4.  Then follow the directions for both recipes in our recipe card below.   Decorate the tops of these deviled eggs with black and green olives to make them “spooky”  as shown in the photos.


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I often make these deviled eggs as an appetizer before dinner for family and friends, right around Halloween.  It’s a fun way to enjoy them.

They were so good, I make them every year for any Halloween gathering.  Everyone adores them.

I love to watch them disappear as soon as I put them on the table.

Poof!  …like magic!

A definite crowd-pleaser! 

As always, these deviled eggs turned out to be “Egg-cellent and very… Spook-tacular!”

So go ahead and celebrate Halloween and give this recipe a try! 




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Yield: 12 deviled eggs

Spooky Deviled Eggs - 2 recipes

Spooky Deviled Eggs - 2 recipes

Spooky Deviled Eggs! Make a fun finger food appetizer and are just in time for Halloween! With two recipes for deviled eggs: both are topped with cute little spooky eyes and black spiders using green and black olives. Super easy and spook-tactular!!

Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Total Time 20 minutes


Tuna-Stuffed Deviled Eggs:

  • 3 hard-boiled eggs
  • 1 can of Tuna in Olive Oil ( prefer imported Italian Tuna)
  • 1 lemon -juiced
  • 1 small stalk of celery - minced
  • 1 Tbsp. minced red onion
  • 1 Tbsp. mayonnaise
  • fresh ground pepper to taste
  • small pitted black olives

Evil-Eyes Deviled Eggs (more traditional recipe):

  • 3 hard-boiled eggs, halved
  • 2 to 3 Tbsp. mayonnaise
  • 1/2 tsp. Dijon mustard
  • 1 Tbsp. minced red onion
  • 2 Tbsp. minced celery
  • 1 tsp. dried parsley
  • Spanish green olives stuffed with pimiento


    Directions for Tuna-Stuffed Deviled Eggs:

    1. Boil 3 large eggs in water for about 6 to 10 minutes. Drain, and cool.
    2. Peel off shells from the eggs. Set aside to cool completely.
    3. Drain the excess oil from the can of tuna.
    4. Transfer tuna into a small mixing bowl.
    5. Add celery, red onion, mayonnaise.
    6. Squeeze fresh lemon juice into the tuna mixture and mix well.
    7. Cut eggs in half lengthwise. Slip out yolks and set aside to mash for the 2nd half of traditional deviled (spooky evil eyes) eggs.
    8. Stuff each egg with the tuna fish mixture.
    9. Cut the whole black olive in half. Put one half on the tuna mixture for the spider body.
    10. Thinly slice the other half for the spider legs, placing 3 or 4 legs on each side.
    11. Chill before serving. Best served cold.
    12. Makes: 6 spooky spider deviled eggs

    Directions for Evil Eyes Deviled Eggs:

    1. Cut eggs in half lengthwise.
    2. Slip out yolks and mash them with mayo, mustard, red onion, celery, and parsley.
    3. Fill the eggs as much as you like. Cut green olives in half lengthwise and place them on the mashed yolk to create eyes, turning them slightly up or down to create spooky evil eyes. Chill before serving.
    4. Makes 6 evil-eyes deviled eggs

    We can’t believe Halloween is this weekend- can you? … and where did the time go?   This pandemic has changed our lives drastically – but we won’t let it get us down.  Right?! 

    Fun recipes like this one that help us get through these uncertain times.  And I’m always looking for more Halloween appetizers, to serve up.   In the meantime, we hope you’ll give our recipe a try, and enjoy your Halloween this weekend!  

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    Thanks for stopping by!  

    xo  Anna and Liz

    Wishing you all a great Halloween this weekend! 


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  1. Reply
    November 2, 2020 at 2:32 am

    ooh yes please. i love devilled eggs. stuffing them with tuna sounds great. the old-fashioned foods are such fun aren’t they?

    • Reply
      by Anna and Liz
      November 2, 2020 at 2:24 pm

      We agree Sherry! Thanks for stopping by! You are a sweetheart. Have a great afternoon…. ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. Reply
    Tricia Buice
    October 29, 2016 at 11:11 pm

    These are just too cute! And I adore deviled eggs – they are well named for this holiday. The addition of tuna sounds great. Gotta try this soon. I sure have missed you ๐Ÿ™‚

    • Reply
      October 30, 2016 at 2:12 pm

      Thanks Tricia! They were a hit at the Halloween party, luckily I made a double batch.
      Have a great day!

  3. Reply
    October 28, 2016 at 4:59 am

    So cute for Halloween, and tasty too! ๐Ÿ™‚

    • Reply
      October 29, 2016 at 2:12 am

      Thank you! Hope you will try them. Have a good day!

  4. Reply
    SavoringTime in the Kitchen
    October 27, 2016 at 10:06 pm

    Very cute, Ladies!! I've never tried deviled eggs with tuna but love the idea!

    • Reply
      October 29, 2016 at 2:10 am

      Hi sue! The ones filled with tuna fish are the ones that quickly disappear as soon as they hit the table. Their our favorite! Have a great weekend!

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