Edible Halloween Craft – Bloody Eyeballs [No Artificial Coloring]

Why is it that every holiday includes foods that are dyed with artificial ingredients. I know, it’s fun to eat food that matches your favorite holiday, but I really don’t want to add artificial food coloring to my food. Thankfully, this edible Halloween craft – bloody eyeballs – has no artificial coloring at all. This post contains affiliate links, and I will receive compensation if you make a purchase after clicking on my links.

Edible Halloween Craft - Bloody Eyeballs [No Artificial Coloring]

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I’m part of a group of bloggers that get together once a month to remake a pin we found on Pinterest to make it our own. I was intrigued by this pin for Bloody Eggs, but when I clicked through I realized that the ingredients used weren’t ones I could find in my small Vermont town. I’ve seen Bloody Eggs made in the past with food dye, but I don’t want to put that in my food. After a bit of experimenting, I realized that I can do the same thing with cranberry juice. If you don’t want to use cranberry juice, you can also use this natural food coloring.

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Edible Halloween Craft - Bloody Eyeballs

30 minPrep Time

2 hrCook Time

2 hr, 30 Total Time

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Ingredients

  • 6 eggs, hard boiled
  • 1 bottle of cranberry juice

Instructions

  1. Hard boil the eggs. Leave the shells on.
  2. Cool completely.
  3. Lightly crack all around the shell with the back of a spoon.
  4. Make sure the shell doesn't come off or separate from the egg. Just crack it.
  5. Place the eggs in a pan and pour the juice over it.
  6. Bring the juice to a simmer and allow it to simmer for one to two hours.
  7. Be certain to add water to keep the level of the liquid above the eggs.
  8. Let it cool completely and remove the eggs.
  9. Refrigerate until cool.
  10. Peel and enjoy!
  11. You can then slice and create deviled eggs if you want or just leave as is.
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Part of the fun of this edible Halloween craft is the presentation. So, don’t just plop this egg on a plate, instead make a spooky Halloween place setting with a goblet, skull, plastic spiders and even Halloween plates. Your child will enjoy it all the more.

Edible Halloween Craft - Bloody Eyeballs [No Artificial Coloring]

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Comments

  1. What a great idea! Those are so fun and perfect for Halloween!
  2. These sound easy enough that even I can make them! They would be the perfect little bite to put on a Halloween tablescape! My healthy eaters would love these.
  3. What a fun idea! I used to make "monster fingers" for my son by slicing black olives in half and putting a half on the end of a piece of string cheese. Cut wrinkles onto the cheese to make knuckles, and you're done!
  4. This is so amazing! My daughter would love this! We will definitely try these this Halloween! 
  5. I love this idea, The bloodshot eyeballs look so real. And honestly though, I don't know if I'd be able to eat them because they look TOO REAL for my imagination and stomach. LOL These are great though!
  6. These eyeballs looks so cool

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