Pickled Deviled Eggs are a fun twist on classic deviled eggs! If you prefer traditional deviled eggs, just skip the pickling step. Colorful and perfect for any party, but especially Halloween! Pickled deviled eggs recipe at Halloween recipes – – – – – – – – – -Subscribe on YouTube (never miss a video!) : : out over 100 video recipes at – – – – – – – – – -Hilah Cooking is a short-form, educational web series focused on making cooking FUN! We release two episodes every week. Our focus is on simple, low-cost recipes with a Texas flair. Everything is made from scratch, people! You will not see any packets of taco seasoning mix or gravy powder up in here. If you are going to learn how to cook, you are going to learn it for real! But I promise it will be fun and easy. – – – – – – – – – – -Deviled Eggs Recipe6 hard-boiled eggs, peeled1 cup of pickled beet juice2 tablespoons mayonnaise2 teaspoons yellow mustard1-2 pickled banana peppers (or jalapenos if you like)1/4-1/2 teaspoon cayenne pepper for spicier eggs6 green olives with pimentosHow to make deviled eggsSlice the eggs lengthwise in half, using a sharp, non-serrated Rinsing your knife in cold water between eggs will make slicing the yolks out and set “DEMON EYES” EGGS: Put the whites in a container and cover with the beet juice. Let sit for 5 minutes for a light pink color, and up to 24 hours for a dark purple color (I like the longer soak time for more flavor and color, plus a firmer texture).Mash the yolks with a fork. They will seem crumbly and dry. No the mayonnaise, mustard, peppers, cayenne, and a little of the pepper juice if you like. Mash to make a very smooth, silky a small spoon to fill each egg white cup with a mound of the yolk the green olives in half and press into each mound to make the demon eye immediately or refrigerate up to 24 hours.