Spicy and Sweet Deviled Eggs // Halloween Party Recipe

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Spicy and Sweet Deviled Eggs // Halloween Party Recipe // www.thehisfor.com

It’s Friday, y’all, and Halloween is only a few weeks away! How did we get here so quickly? I swear I was just the other day picking out my New Year’s Resolution and now I’m picking out Halloween costumes, planning Thanksgiving dinner and getting a game plan together for Christmas shopping… Life is flying by! Nonetheless, I’m here to give y’all an awesome recipe for my new, favorite, spooky appetizer… Spicy and Sweet Deviled Eggs! I could, call them trick or treat deviled eggs, too, I guess, because they start off with a wasabi KICK and finish with a sweet touch… first the trick and then the treat!

These deviled eggs were inspired by a photo I saw on Pinterest that I thought looked SO cool! I decided to try and recreate the eggs I saw on Pinterest [You can see the original post from FamilySpice.com by clicking HERE], but I wanted to make this recipe my own. I LOVE wasabi and sometimes deviled eggs can be bland… Obviously for a Halloween Party, bland is not okay, so I kicked up the wasabi and then added a surprise element for my guests to enjoy… introducing the black sanding sugar from Williams-Sonoma… Y’all, it added the craziest element to both the taste AND the look of the eggs… talk about a scary-looking appetizer that’s full of all the best things about Halloween! [A little bit of trick and a little bit of treat!]

Here’s what you need:

Spicy and Sweet Deviled Eggs // Halloween Party Recipe // www.thehisfor.comSpicy and Sweet Deviled Eggs // Halloween Party Recipe // www.thehisfor.comSpicy and Sweet Deviled Eggs // Halloween Party Recipe // www.thehisfor.com

SPICY AND SWEET DEVILED EGGS

Prep Time: 1 Hour and 30 Minutes  [including hard-boiled egg process] // Total Time: 2 Hours

Here’s What You Need:

8 eggs [hard-boiled, cooled for an hour in the fridge and peeled]
4 tbs wasabi paste
1 large avocado [pit removed]
2 tsp lemon juice
1/2 tsp salt
black sanding sugar

  1. Cut the hard-boiled eggs in half, lengthwise, remove the yolks and place them into a bowl. Arrange the eggs, holes up, on a plate.
  2. Mix the egg yolks with the wasabi, lemon juice, salt and avocado until smooth.
  3. Scoop the wasabi, avocado and egg mixture into a piping bag and squeeze into the holes of the eggs.
  4. Refrigerate the eggs for at least 30 minutes.
  5. Right before serving, sprinkle the eggs with the black sanding sugar. It will melt as it sits on the eggs, creating a spooky, web-like effect on them.

These eggs were super easy to make and I barely was able to eat one before they were gone! Thanks, Kristen Dee Photography for capturing these photos of them before they disappeared!

Spicy and Sweet Deviled Eggs // Halloween Party Recipe // www.thehisfor.com

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