3 Last Minute Egg-Cellent Ideas for Your Halloween Party
Are you looking for a last minute recipe for your Halloween party? Here is a simple recipe, used 3 different ways to make some spooky treats for your guests on Halloween.
Simple Deviled Egg Recipe
6 large eggs (hard boiled and peeled)
3 tablespoons mayonnaise
1 teaspoon mustard (Dijon mustard makes a great alternative)
1/8 teaspoon salt
Dash of pepper
1. Cut eggs lengthwise in half. Remove the yolks, and smash them with a fork.
2. Stir in mayonnaise, mustard, salt, and pepper.
*You can make this recipe up to 24 hours before use.
Use your prepared mixture, and egg whites to make these creepy treats!
To make Skull Eggs, prepare your Deviled Egg Recipe. Before adding the mixture to your eggs, use a straw, and punch out some circles in one half of your hard-boiled egg. Fill your hard boiled egg halves with filling, and put the 2 sides together. This Skull Egg is great for those eggs that just don’t peel right.
To make some “rotten” eggs start by first adding some cracks to your hard boiled egg shell without peeling the egg. Soak your hard boiled egg in water and green food coloring overnight.
The next day you can peel your egg to reveal a “rotten” egg look.
To add a little extra to your rotten egg, add a little green food coloring to your deviled egg mixture. Fill your “rotten” eggs, and enjoy!
Crack open your hard boiled eggs, remove the yolks, and soak the egg halves in red food coloring overnight.
When you remove your eggs the next day, you will have some devilishly red eggs perfect for Halloween. Add your deviled egg filling to your eggs. For a final touch use a red pepper and cut out some horns to add your “Deviled” Eggs as well as a sprinkle of paprika.
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