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When it comes to spooky low-carb recipes, these Keto Spider Deviled Eggs are such a treat! The creamy filling gets an extra boost of protein from chicken and cream cheese while the black olive spiders make the perfect topping for a truly adorable bite.

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Whether it’s Halloween season or you’re just in the mood for some spooky snacking, there’s never a bad time for keto spider deviled eggs. They’re so fun to make and perfect for a party appetizer or get-together!

I always appreciate a classic like keto deviled eggs with bacon. For this version, however, I decided to change it up by adding shredded chicken and cream cheese to the deviled mixture for a little extra protein. They turn out so yummy and satisfying.

Plus, they just look so cute with their little black olive spiders on top! 

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What You Need to Make Keto Spider Deviled Eggs

  • Medium-sized bowl
  • Immersion blender or hand mixer
  • Small paring knife
  • Eggs
  • Black olives
  • Philadelphia cream cheese
  • Cooked chicken breast
  • Paprika
  • Salt and pepper

How to Make Keto Halloween Deviled Eggs with Spiders

For the full list of ingredients and instructions, please scroll down to the recipe at the end of this page.

  1. Boil some eggs to make hard-boiled eggs. See my tips below to make hard-boiled eggs.
  2. Cut each cooled and peeled hard-boiled egg into two halves. Scoop out the yolks and transfer them to a medium-sized bowl.
  3. Add the softened Philadelphia cheese and chicken breast to the bowl with the yolks, then mix with an immersion blender or hand mixer. 
  4. Add the paprika plus salt and pepper to taste and mix well.
  5. Transfer the yolk mixture back into the egg white halves being gentle not to break them.
  6. Cut a black olive in half across the middle. Place one half on the yolk mixture for the body of the spider, then cut the other half of the olive into 8 slices to form the legs. Cut each slice in half again if they’re too long.
  7. Alternatively, cut some thin slices of red onion to make red spider legs for an extra-creepy look.

HOW TO PERFECTLY BOIL EGGS EVERY TIME

When I had my restaurant, we served egg salad sandwiches and they were EXTREMELY popular. Every two days we’d boil and peel dozens of eggs for various egg recipes, and I’ve perfected the process so that you too can have amazing boiled eggs every time.

  1. Add the cold, raw eggs to a pot with water that comes up over the top of the eggs. Put the pot on to boil and boil it without the lid for 5-6 minutes. No more!
  2. Turn the heat off and pop a lid on the pot immediately. Leave it on the warm burner for 10-11 minutes.
  3. Drain the eggs and chill them in cold water. Then peel them and voila – perfectly boiled eggs!
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What to Serve With Low-Carb Spider Deviled Eggs

Looking for more spooky foods? There are plenty of ways to get creative with your theme.

For example, you could whip up a batch of my keto sweet pepper poppers or jalapeño poppers, then slice a whole olive width-wise into circular slices. Add two small dollops of sour cream to each popper, then stick a round olive slice on top of each dollop to make little eyes on your poppers!

Want to stick with the spider theme? How about a full spider web dip! Start with a simple dip like keto guacamole or green goddess dip and spread it in an even layer in a wide dish. A pie pan would also work.

Next, transfer sour cream into a piping bag or a ziploc bag with the corner snipped off. Pipe the sour cream in a spider web pattern, then top with the same black olive spiders as the deviled eggs!

Get creative and have some fun with it, or just nibble on these spooky keto deviled eggs as a tasty snack.

Are Keto Deviled Eggs Freezer Friendly?

Unfortunately, egg whites do not hold up well in the freezer. Freezing and thawing change their texture and make them all but inedible.

However, you can freeze the yolk and chicken mixture if you like. Just store in a gallon zipper-top freezer-safe bag or shallow airtight container in the freezer for up to a few weeks.

Then, just boil up some new eggs, remove the yolks, and add your thawed filling. Decorate and serve!

Frequently Asked Questions

How do you cut the olive to make the Halloween deviled egg spiders?

I recommend using a small paring knife to slice the olives. This will be much easier than trying to use a big knife for the little details.
First, cut the olive in half and set one half aside to be the body of the spider. For the other half, we want to cut it into eight slices to make the legs. 
I think the easiest method is to cut the olive across the middle width-wise. Next, cut each side in half again so you have four pieces. Finally, cut each piece in half once more. Now you have all eight spider legs!

Can you use other toppings to make Halloween spider eggs?

Absolutely! It’s so fun to get creative with these little bites. You can use olives, red onion slivers, carrot slivers, and more to make the spiders.

Can you make other Halloween deviled egg designs?

You bet! If you have a steady hand and cut very thin slices of olive or red onion, you could make spider web deviled eggs to go with your spider theme.
Another option is to add more paprika or a few drops of red food coloring to the yolk mixture to turn it orange. Spoon back into the egg whites to make little pumpkins, then add a tiny piece of black olive or a small slice of a chive on top for the stem.

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Keto Spider Deviled Eggs

For a spooky low-carb snack or appetizer, it doesn't get much tastier or cuter than these keto Spider Deviled Eggs!
Course Appetizers
Cuisine American
Keyword deviled eggs, eggs, hard boiled eggs, keto deviled eggs, keto halloween, keto snacks, keto spider deviled eggs
Prep Time 15 minutes
Servings 6 servings

Ingredients

  • 6 eggs hardboiled and peeled
  • 4 ounces cream cheese softened
  • 1/2 cup cooked chicken breast
  • 1/4 teaspoon paprika
  • salt and pepper to taste
  • 12 olives
  • 1/8 cup red onion optional

Instructions

  • Boil the eggs to make hard-boiled eggs.
  • Cut each cooled and peeled hard-boiled egg into two halves. Scoop out the yolks and transfer them to a medium-sized bowl.
  • Add the softened Philadelphia cheese and chicken breast to the bowl with the yolks, then mix with an immersion blender or hand mixer. 
  • Add the paprika plus salt and pepper to taste and mix well.
  • Transfer the yolk mixture back into the egg white halves being gentle not to break them.
  • Cut a black olive in half across the middle. Place one half on the yolk mixture for the body of the spider, then cut the other half of the olive into 8 slices to form the legs. Cut each slice in half again if they're too long.
  • Alternatively, cut some thin slices of red onion to make red spider legs for an extra-creepy look.

Nutrition

Serving: 2halves

A Note on Nutritional Information

Nutritional information for this recipe is provided as a courtesy and is calculated based on available online ingredient information. It is only an approximate value. The accuracy of the nutritional information for any recipe on this site cannot be guaranteed. Erythritol carbs (sugar substitutes) are not included in the carbohydrate counts as they have been shown not to impact blood sugar, and they have zero calories and zero carbs. Net carbs are the total carbs minus fiber.

EVEN MORE KETO DELICIOUSNESS!

From a beefy and veggie-packed soup to this meaty hash for breakfast, there are plenty of keto recipes on my blog to try! Some other popular picks are this meaty sausage dish, this IP sauerkraut pick, and egg bites for breakfast. And if you’re having trouble counting carbs, check out this calculator!

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