Halloween Spider Deviled Eggs A spooky but still perfectly Keto and Low Carb Deviled Egg; perfect for any Halloween get together for Kids or Adults!

Halloween Spider Deviled Eggs: A spooky but still perfectly Keto and Low Carb Deviled Egg; perfect for any Halloween get together for Kids or Adults!

What is more fun than spiders for Halloween? And what is more delicious than deviled eggs any time? Olives and capers as the spider is an edible, delicious addition to any-day deviled eggs. If you are Keto or Low Carb or serving guests who are, these Halloween Spider Deviled Eggs will be a hit for Halloween!

I use my Best Ever Deviled Eggs recipe as the base for these Halloween Spider Deviled Eggs because well, they really are the best. They are not fancy and go well with the olives and capers too.

Can I make Halloween Spider Deviled Eggs ahead of time?

The filling can be mixed up ahead of time if needed but I don’t recommend putting it into the whites too far ahead. It is best to do that step as close to serving as possible. You will definitely want to assemble the spiders at the last minute but you could do the cutting of the olives ahead of time.

How do I get my eggs to peel nicely?

When making deviled eggs, you absolutely want your eggs to peel nicely without half of the egg sticking to the shell. Some will add things to their water as they boil. Some use their instant pot. I don’t do either. My “secret” is ice water after they boil. If you would like step by step instructions with a video, see this post; How to Make Easy to Peel Hard Boiled Eggs.

See also:

How to Have a Successful Keto Halloween

Deviled Red Beet Eggs

Keto Spicy Deviled Eggs

21 Best Low Carb Keto Deviled Eggs Recipes

10 Low Carb & Keto Hard Boiled Egg Recipes

And other ways to make fun, Halloween themed eggs:

Batty Deviled Eggs made with black olives 

Bloodshot Eyeball Deviled Eggs made with black olives, a caper and red food coloring 

Jack O’ Lantern Deviled Eggs made with a sheet of nori, chives and orange food color or gel

Ingredients:

12 eggs, hard boiled

4 Tbsp mayonnaise

2 tsp vinegar

1 tsp prepared mustard

1/2 tsp salt

Dash pepper

48 capers

36 black olives; maybe a few more

 

Directions:

Peel eggs, cut in half lengthwise and remove yolk.

Mash yolks with a fork or hand mixer.

Mix the mayonnaise, vinegar, mustard and salt and pepper with yolks.

Scoop yolk mixture back into egg white halves.

For the Spiders:

The capers are the eyes. Choose nice ones that are whole and set aside.

capers on cutting board

The black olives are the body and legs.

Slice the olives in half, length wise.

The full halves are the bodies. Lay one half, smooth side up, on each egg.

Carefully slice the remaining halves of olive into 8 legs for each spider. Most halves you can get 4 legs from to complete a whole spider with one olive but sometimes the ends of the olive are just too small. That is why you may need another olive or two to make a few more legs.

Place the legs on each side of the spider body.

Halloween Spider Deviled Eggs

Add the eyes.

Halloween Spider Deviled Eggs

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Yield: 24

Halloween Spider Deviled Eggs

Halloween Spider Deviled Eggs

Halloween Spider Deviled Eggs: A spooky but still perfectly Keto and Low Carb Deviled Egg; perfect for any Halloween get together for Kids or Adults!

Prep Time 20 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Total Time 35 minutes

Ingredients

  • 12 eggs, hard boiled
  • 4 Tbsp mayonnaise
  • 2 tsp vinegar
  • 1 tsp prepared mustard
  • 1/2 tsp salt
  • Dash pepper
  • 48 capers
  • 36 black olives

Instructions

    1. Peel eggs, cut in half lengthwise and remove yolk.
    2. Mash yolks with a fork or hand mixer.
    3. Mix the mayonnaise, vinegar, mustard and salt and pepper with
      yolks.
    4. Scoop yolk mixture back into egg white halves.


For the Spiders:

  1. The capers are the eyes. Choose nice ones that are whole
    and set aside.
  2. The black olives are the body and legs.
  3. Slice the olives in half, length wise.
  4. The full halves are the bodies. Lay one half, smooth side
    up, on each egg.
  5. Carefully slice the remaining halves of olive into 8 legs
    for each spider. Most halves you can get 4 legs from to complete a whole spider
    with one olive but sometimes the ends of the olive are just too small. That is
    why you may need another olive or two to make a few more legs.
  6. Place the legs on each side of the spider body.
  7. Add the eyes.



Notes

The filling can be mixed up ahead of time if needed but I don’t
recommend putting it into the whites too far ahead. It is best to do that step as close to serving as possible. You will definitely want to assemble the spiders at the last minute but you could do the cutting of the olives ahead of time.



Nutrition Information

Yield

24

Serving Size

1

Amount Per Serving Calories 65 Total Fat 5g Saturated Fat 1g Trans Fat 0g Unsaturated Fat 3g Cholesterol 94mg Sodium 542mg Carbohydrates 2g Net Carbohydrates 1g Fiber 1g Sugar 0g Sugar Alcohols 0g Protein 4g
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