These Spider Eggs were a huge Halloween hit. They're easy to make but they do take a little time so if you're making a couple dozen, be sure to allow yourself and hour to place the spiders. A tiny bit tedious but very cute and a great appetizer table showstopper! Worth it!
To make: Make Devilled Eggs, adding any food paste coloring you want.
Using a small can of small whole olives, cut olive in half to make spider bodies. Then for the legs, cut olives in half and the cut the halfs into thin slivers. Place by hand or using tweezers. Chill 1-2 hours before serving.
Other fun stuff from the evening:
Mini jack-o-lanters "puking" Spinach Dip. Gross, but fun for Halloween!
Hagatha our Halloween Table wich looking over the spread, including the Candy/Pretzel Witch's Fingers the kids (and adults too) loved.
Monster Cookies from Aunti Miranda. So cute. So...sugary! Niece Sydney and I split one towards the end of the night and, boy howdy, were our tongues bright red and green for an hour!
Fruit Rice Krispy Squares--follow the regular recipe using Fruity rice krispy. So yummy!
The spread...well...part of it. The part you don't see is the huge crockpot of chili with all the fixin's on the stove and the jack-o-lanter pepperoni pizzas from Papa Murphy's coming out of the oven every 20 minutes. I don't think anyone left hungry or without a smile.