Fun recipe. I make these for our Halloween meal and the kids got a huge kick out of them. This is a simple quick and fun recipe to share with our family. Thank you for posting this recipe.
looks like fun - will try them for halloween
These were great! I altered the recipe a bit to more resemble the recipe I normally use for deviled eggs, but followed the design of this - a hit at our halloween party!
I made these along with Cindy's Deviled Mice for my egg recipes this year at my Halloween party, and they were both a big hit! Thank you for sharing this yummy recipe with us Sylvie. I will be making both of these again next year!
These looked great and gross. The kids loved it. A nice change from all the sweets the kids have on Halloween. Thanks
It was a lot of fun to make and it was a big hit with the kids. Helen
These were eaten up SOO fast. I didn't have olives so I used a bit of baby carrots cut up and I also added some red food coloring to the egg yolks to make them orange for Halloween. Wonderful!
These were a huge hit at our Halloween party. I used the toothpick method of making the veins and it worked fine. Some of the eggs split but I served them anyway. There were none left after the party. I took another user's suggestion and served them in an egg carton garnished with fresh parley sprigs. Thanks a lot.
I made these for photo swap #6. Really fun to make and they tasted great! Be really careful when you do the red eye vein. I used a very thin paint brush and on a couple of eggs, accidently touched the white. It doesn't wipe off needless to say. I also used a mini ice cream/cookie scoop to place the yoke in the egg. My 10 suggested that if you don't have red food coloring, you could make a thin paste of paprika to use. I think she's a future Zaar chef in the making!!! Pam ;-)
Very spooky! Loved the olive taste with the egg and cream cheese mix. Some folks still like the old devilled eggs better so may add the olive and red veins to that mixture next time.