Bloodshot Paleo Deviled Egg Eyeballs

Halloween Paleo Deviled Bloodshot Eyeball Eggs by Xaver Priest - TITLE

Over 110 fabulous Halloween Ideas shared by bloggers. #halloweenideas #halloween

Halloween is absolutely one of our FAVORITE holidays and to celebrate we’re excited to team up with a bunch of talented blogging friends to bring you over 110 fabulous Halloween ideas! From costumes to parties, crafts and home decor, recipes and free printables, we have so many fun ideas to share! We guarantee you’ll find a project (or 10!) that you would love to incorporate into your Halloween festivities. All week (Monday through Saturday) we will be sharing our fun creations with all of you. Each day will include approximately 20 Halloween projects and you can “hop” from one blog to another to check them all out.

Halloween Paleo Deviled Bloodshot Eyeball Eggs by Xaver Priest - TITLE

This is a fun quick snack that is sure to be a hit at your Halloween gathering. These Bloodshot deviled eggs are tasty with a little kick of spiciness, and they’re Paleo too.  You and your family can enjoy these at a Halloween party or even during a summer barbecue. Give these bloodshot deviled egg “eyeballs” a try and let us know whet you think in the comments. Enjoy!

Bloodshot_Paleo_Deviled_Eggs_Collage

Blood Shot Paleo Deviled Eggs Eyeballs
Yields 12
A devilishly delicious snack for your Halloween party
Write a review
Print
Ingredients
  1. One dozen Eggs
  2. 6 Medium Olives
  3. 4-6 small dill pickles
  4. 1 cup Paleo Mayo
  5. Salt
  6. Pepper
  7. Garlic Powder
  8. Paprika
Instructions
  1. Gather all your Ingredients
  2. Hard boil eggs about 10-15 minutes ( to make a dozen deviled eggs)
  3. Peel and cut eggs in half, save yolks
  4. Dice small pickles
  5. Add egg yolks, diced pickles, mayo, salt, pepper, paprika,and garlic powder to a medium bowl
  6. Stir mixture until smooth consistency OK if the pickles are still little chunks (add hot sauce for color to make egg yolk mix red)
  7. Place the mixture in a piping bag or use a storage bag with the corner cut off
  8. Pipe mixture into the egg white halves
  9. Cut olives in half so that the hole is in the middle and place on the egg to make the iris of the eyeball
  10. Add a dash of hot sauce to top of the egg to get the bloodshot look
Notes
  1. You can omit the hot sauce if you don't want it spicy
  2. Here is the link to instructions on making Paleo Mayo http://www.paleopriests.com/2014/05/15/paleo-olive-oil-mayonnaise/
Paleo Priests http://www.paleopriests.com/

Click here for the paleo mayo recipe.

Are you ready for lots more creative Halloween ideas and projects??

Come participate in our blog hop! Simply click on each of the links below, for the Halloween projects you’d like to see in more detail and it’ll take you right to that post with additional information and photos on how to create it. Have fun and pin away!

110 Halloween projects & ideas! #halloweenprojects #halloween

1. Halloween Witch Crashing Decoration
2. Quoth the Raven, “Nevermore” Wreath
3. DIY Sharpie Pumpkin
4. Flying Bat Silhouettes
5. Halloween Cupcake Wrappers & Toppers
6. Easy Geometric Wooden Pumpkins
7. DIY and DYE Autumn Burlap Jar Candles
8. Easy DIY Halloween Tray
9. CreepyCritter Halloween Wreath
10. Blood Shot Paleo Deviled Eggs Eyeballs
11. Free Halloween Subway Art Printable
12. S’more Treats
13. Candy Corn Halloween Sign
14. Thumb Tack Pumpkin
15. Halloween Fun Decorating Sugar Cookies
16. Eraser-Stamped Trick-or-Treat Bag
17. Free Printable – Halloween Gift Tags
18. DIY Halloween Trick or Treat Door Mat
19. Pumpkin Mason Jar Luminary
20. Dia De Los Muertos Flower Vase

Follow our Fabulous Halloween Ideas Pinterest board for even more inspiration!

Follow Design Dazzle’s board Fabulous Halloween Ideas on Pinterest.

Be sure to come back tomorrow for another 20 awesome Halloween ideas!

Thanks to all 110+ fabulous bloggers participating! We’d love for you to visit their blogs and see what else they’re up to!

100 Directions || 365daysofcrafts || a girl and a glue gun || A Prudent Life || Addicted 2 DIY || Albion Gould || Ashlee Marie || Atta Girl Says || Bakerette || BD Design || BellaGrey Designs || Black and White Obsession || Bloom Designs Online || Blue i Style || Bombshell Bling || bumblebreeblog || C.R.A.F.T. || Celebration Lane || Clean and Scentsible || Clearsnap || Confetti Sunshine || Crafts by Courtney || Creations by Kara || Creative Juice || Cutesy Crafts || Design Dazzle || Dress It Up Crafts || Echoes of Laughter || Everyday Party Magazine || Eye Candy Creative Studio || Fairfield World || Fearlessly Creative Mammas || Five Heart Home || Fizzy Party || Free Time Frolics || Frenchie || FrugElegance || Glued To My Crafts || GreatStitch || Happiness is Homemade || Here Comes the Sun || Home Maid Simple || Honeybear Lane || hoopla palooza || Hydrangea Hippo || I Dig Pinterest || ICE Resin || inkhappi || Insitefull Living || It’s Sew Lorine || Jaco’lyn Murphy || Jen A. Street || Just My Little Mess || Just Us Four || Katarina’s Paperie || Kiki and Company || Laura Kelly’s INKlings || Let’s Eat Grandpa || Let’s Go Junking || Liz on Call || Love The Day || Made by a Princess || Made From Pinterest || Made to be a Momma || Major Hoff Takes A Wife || Make Life Lovely || My Craftily Ever After || My Daylights Blog || My Insanity || Nature’s Knockout || Not Just A Mommy || One Creative Mommy || Organize & Decorate Everything || Our Thrifty Ideas || Paleo Priests || Persia Lou || Pink Cake Plate || PinkWhen || Play. Party. Pin. || Practical Parenting || Reclaim Yourself Retreat || See Vanessa Craft || She’s Crafty || Simple Sojourns || Simply Designing || Soiree Event Design || Sowdering About || Splendid Design || Stuffed Suitcase || Super Simple with Terri O || Suzys Sitcom || Sweet and Simple Magazine || Swish Printables || Sypsie Designs || That’s What Che Said || The Benson Street || The Cards We Drew || The Gunny Sack || The Happy Scraps || The Life of Jennifer Dawn || The Scrap Shoppe || The Things I Love Most || Tikkido || Two Thirty~Five Designs || Wait ‘Til Your Father Gets Home || Walnut Hollow Blog

6 comments… add one

Leave a Comment