Creepy crawly spider eggs I hear you say, oh joy, just what I wanted. Yet stop just a second as these keto creepy crawly spider eggs are way more fun to make than you may have imagined.
These keto snacks are not exclusively aimed at Halloween. Lets face it though, as keto dieters the menu choices across Halloween are not that big. Having a party or a gathering and staying keto will be a challenge. Lots of children to appease with tasty treats who do not give one hoot about your keto life.
So as with our other spooky recipes such as my cheesecake pumpkin bars these keto creepy crawly spider deviled eggs go some way to address the balance. Also known as stuffed eggs, they are enormous fun to make with or without kids. In fact when armed with a good food processor those egg yolks will be no trouble at all.
You need a good food processor such as this Custom 14 Cup model from CuisineArt in order to best mix the egg yolks with the mayonnaise and pink Himalayan salt. Although you can get by with a whisk just be sure to remove all the lumps. These deviled eggs are tasty and super healthy. I think that my keto creepy crawly spider deviled eggs recipe will provide acres of fun and keep the children happy at the same time.
Sara Louise's Keto Creepy Crawly Spider Deviled Eggs
- 1 Tsp Paprika
- 1/4 Tsp black pepper
- 1/8 tsp Pink Himalayan Salt
- 6 hard-boiled eggs cut in halves
- 3 Tbs Primal Kitchen mayonnaise
- 3/4 Tsp Deli mustard
- Pitted black olives
Before You Cook The Keto Creepy Crawly Spider Deviled Eggs
- Boil eggs and run under cold water for two minutes
- Peel and rinse eggs off
- Cut eggs in half lengthwise, remove yolks
- Using a fork press down on the egg yolks to mash down
Preparing the Spider Eggs
- Stir in mayonnaise, mustard, salt, and pepper and press down to remove any big clumps
- Cut whole olives in halves
- Sprinkle some yummy paprika all around the tops of the eggs
- Put one half of the olive on top of the mashed yolk for the spiders body
- Slice the other half for the spiders legs into 8 parts, this is a spider not an ant
- Put four legs on each side of the eggs, no web needed