Satan is spawning! This Satan’s Spawn is a wonderful and creepy take on the deviled egg Sriracha gel is used as a bloody amniotic fluid and the little Satan fetuses are piped into the egg casing. Totally gross and amazingly delicious.
Many many years ago I received this rubber Devil in a gift basket from Screemers at work. I loved this adorable red monster so much that I held on to him and decided to work him into my costume one year. It was such a hit and I took home the first prize in a costume contest.
These deviled eggs were the next inspiration. I developed these so they look super creepy and there are many that have refused to eat them – after all, they aren’t for the faint of heart.
Over the years I have made these several times and this year I decided to remake the recipe and take better photos and video. It was absolutely a great co-incidence that my BFF decided to throw the best ever Halloween party so I got to dress up and make these delicious eggs as well. Make sure to watch the video as well for scenes from the party!
The holidays are the best time of the year. I love the food, music, Santa and those cute little elves. This year I decided to throw a theme Christmas party and asked all of my dear friends to come dresses as Elves. Dress up is always fun, but the combination of red, green and stripes made for a colorful theme. I wanted to make an appetizer to enhance the theme and decided to make Elfviled Workshop Eggs. These devilled eggs are topped with a little pretty present.
If you’ve checked out my blog before or are a personal friend, you will know that I’m always trying to reinvent the Deviled egg. I think it’s a great appetizer to serve, it’s easy to switch up the flavors and can be pretty filling. My only regret was that I didn’t make more of them as the little Elves came back for more!
When I had the idea to top the egg with a package, making this out of cheese seemed to be the most logical choice. I chose to paint the present with a beet puree, but it also works well with food coloring. Of course you could also try a carrot, fried potato or any cold cut you can dice into cubes like Salami or ham. You could also try corned beef.
Enjoy this recipe and do watch the video to see footage from the party!
It’s been a while since I’ve eaten healthy – ok, I’ve never eaten healthy 🙂 I’m now 46 and the last couple of years of careless eating and drinking have caught me by surprise. Two months ago, I met an old acquaintance from my kid’s Boy Scouts Club. I couldn’t believe how amazing she looked and decided that it was time for me to kick all the old habits to the curb. This wonderful woman who I always thought was warm and friendly would be the perfect weapon to kick my butt back into gear. She lost all this weight by replenishing her body with Herbalife shakes, eating right and working out(bad word). These are all things I don’t do, drink shakes, eat right or work out … but you have to start somewhere! I started drinking a shake a day, ate reasonably healthy and attended her Fit camp aka torture camp! I’ve lost 10 lbs already and I can’t wait to shed the rest!
Since I started this journey, I read labels and log everything I put into my mouth on myfitnesspal.com. This has been a fascinating adventure, I now know how many calories are in most things and make wiser choices. I think my friends hate me though especially that I tell them that 1 oz bag of Cheetos they’re inhaling with are 150 calories.
At my Fit camp, we’re celebrating the end of summer with a potluck. I decided to take my regular Deviled egg recipe and use calorie friendly ingredients like Sour cream and Turkey bacon to deliver top notch flavour that won’t settle around your waist. Try these, they’re yummy!
With my rough calculation, these are under 50 calories each and packed with protein.
Update: Jan 17, 2017 – I’ve now lost 30 lbs, balancing my healthy eating with the delicious food I have to prepare for my channel – moderation is key. I’m also working out and in much better health.
Cut a little off the top and the bottom of the eggs. Gently scoop all the yolks out and place in a bowl. Break all the lumps and add 1 tbsp at a time of mayonnaise. In a separate bowl, mix about a 1/4 cup of the cooked chicken with come chopped coriander and oregano and stuff this into the eggs like a pinata! Using a piping bag and large tip, pipe the yolk and mayo mixture and pipe it into the egg. Cover the exposed yolk mixture with more chopped chicken. Sprinkle oregano and chipotle and garnish with a single coriander leaf.
You can use any flavour combinations you like - be creative!