Deviled Egg Eyeballs and Dracula Juice

Halloween Party ~ Dracula Juice and Deviled Egg Eyeballs from

Spooky scars me but cute doesn’t so with that in mind I wanted to share with you two of my favorite Halloween Party treats!  I like to make things fun not just for the kids but for me (I’m a sappy weenie ~ what can I say?).  

First up……

Halloween Party ~ Dracula Juice and Deviled Egg Eyeballs from

Deviled Egg Eyeballs ~ these scary blood shot eyes {think me after not enough sleep} are tasty and so easy to make.  Let the kids have fun by adding the blood streaks 


  • 8 hard boiled eggs, peeled and cut in half lengthwise
  • 1/4 cup ranch dressing
  • 1/4 cup mayonnaise
  • 1 tablespoon finely chopped onion
  • 8 pimento stuffed olives cut in half
  • 8 drops red food coloring
  • 1/4 cup ketchup


  1. Separate yolks from whites and mash up the yolks. Add dressing and mayonnaise and mix well. You can either scoop the mixture into the whites or use a piping bag and tip to fill the whites mounding slightly above the rim.
  2. Top eggs with olive placed in the center.
  3. Mix ketchup and food coloring in a plastic bag, cut off one corner (the smaller the cut the better) and pipe the bloodshot lines onto the top of your deviled eggs.

*Just a side note here – I obviously have some sort of allergy to red food coloring ~ after making these I ate one of the deviled egg eyeballs and a few minutes later my husband asked me if I was okay…..  me:  “of course I’m okay”  husband:  ……well, um… might want to look in the mirror…  “SCREAM”  ~ long story short my entire face was purple…almost like it was bruised….I took Benadryl and was okay BUT if you have any sort of a suspicion of an allergy to red food coloring omit that step….bloodshot ketchup eyes will be just as scary!

Next up……

Halloween Party Dracula Juice from

Dracula Juice ~ this is a healthy drink that you can get into your kids all under the pretense of it being a fun holiday treat!

Halloween Party ~ Dracula Juice and Deviled Egg Eyeballs from


  1. 1 cup Tomato Juice
  2. 2 tablespoons Lime Juice
  3. 1/2 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce
  4. Celery Stalks
  5. Vampire teeth
  1. Combine all of the above in a drink mixer.
  2. Add ice to goblets and pout over your Dracula Juice.
  3. Add a celery stalk and top with some plastic or wax vampire teeth.
 My kids had fun eating and drinking this {I missed the fun….I was passed out from the Benadryl} ~ what are your favorite fun treats to serve for Halloween?  

Halloween Party ~ Dracula Juice and Deviled Egg Eyeballs from

Some other fun Halloween ideas

Halloween Treat Jar @ Cupcakes and Crinoline