The perfect snack or appetizer for spooky season! Keto Halloween deviled eggs look like creepy spiders – but you can make them in minutes.
What Are Deviled Eggs
Deviled eggs are a popular party appetizer or side dish. They are made by hardboiling eggs, slicing them in half, and creating a whipped filling from the egg yolks.
Deviled eggs are usually combined with mayonnaise and mustard. Beyond that, there are a bunch of ways to get creative with how they are garnished and spiced.
Before you make a batch of Halloween deviled eggs, you’ll need this list of ingredients from the store. All of the exact ingredient amounts are in the printable recipe card at the bottom of this post.
- Salt and Pepper
There are a few different ingredient swaps you can make in these spider deviled eggs. If you change the recipe, let me know. I’d love to hear!
- Mayonnaise – Try it with sour cream instead of mayonnaise. Greek yogurt could also work, but will make them taste a little tangier than normal.
- Mustard – Instead of yellow mustard, try them with Dijon or spicy brown mustard.
- Add a splash of pickle juice for a bit of extra flavor.
Best Spices For Deviled Eggs
What are the best ways to make deviled eggs taste better? There are so many different ways to make deviled eggs, and I’ve featured my favorite deviled egg recipes on Stylish Cravings.
Classic deviled eggs are usually spiced with salt, pepper, and some paprika. But you can also make guacamole deviled eggs with avocados.
One of my favorite ways to take deviled eggs to the next level is to add pickle juice, Swerve confectioner’s sugar substitute, and Tobasco sauce. WOW!
I called this my low-carb Million Dollar deviled eggs and they are one of my most popular recipes for a reason.
These are the perfect things to serve at a Halloween party! When you add the olive slices on top to look like spiders, it takes almost no time at all to transform the snack table into a very spooky scene!
Want some more recipes kids will love? How about some keto pumpkin mousse in jack-o-lantern cups?
The mousse is incredibly easy to whip up.Then, all you have to do is decorate the cups to look like carved pumpkin faces!
And these little spider deviled eggs need a web! So serve them with keto spider web dip.
They don’t just look good together, they taste good together too!
How To Store Deviled Eggs
The best way to store these deviled eggs is without the filling or topping. You can keep the filled and decorated eggs in the refrigerator for up to a day, but two days is pushing it.
This is because as they sit in the refrigerator, the yolk filling will start to separate and moisture will pool in the dish.
It’s best to store the hard boiled egg whites in a deviled egg container with lid. And store the filling in an airtight container separately. Fill the eggs right before the party and serve them fresh.
Here are the step-by-step pictures of the process that you’ll follow to make these cute and fun keto Halloween deviled eggs. All of the ingredients and instructions are located in the printable recipe card just a little bit further below.
Prep: 5 minutes
Yield: 12 servings
Peel the hardboiled eggs and wash clean of shells. Cut eggs into equal halves. Separate egg yolk from the white, putting yolks into a bowl.
Mash egg yolks and add mayonnaise and mustard. Stir until combined. Salt and pepper to taste.
Fill each egg white half with yolk mixture.
Cut whole black olives in half. Use one half for the spider body in the middle of the egg. Cut the other half of the olive into 8 small slices. Arrange slices as the spider legs.
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Keto Halloween Deviled Eggs
- Mixing Bowls
- Deviled Egg Container
- 6 Hard Boiled Eggs
- 3 tbsp Mayonnaise
- 1 1/2 tsp Mustard
- 12 Whole Black Olives
- Peel the hardboiled eggs and wash clean of shells.
- Cut eggs into equal halves.
- Separate egg yolk from the white, putting yolks into a bowl.
- Mash egg yolks and add mayonnaise and mustard.
- Stir until combined.
- Salt and pepper to taste.
- Fill each egg white half with yolk mixture.
- Cut whole black olives in half.
- Use one half for the spider body in the middle of the egg.
- Cut the other half of the olive into 8 small slices.
- Arrange slices as the spider legs.
Keto Halloween Recipes
If you enjoyed learning how to make Halloween deviled eggs, here are some more delicious keto Halloween recipes you should make next during spooky season.