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This year, feed and frighten your guests with Albino Black Widow Spider Deviled Eggs. One step up from traditional Spider Deviled Eggs, these haunting hors d’oeuvres are creepy, crawly, and a hilarious conversation piece. The article suggests that you place them in “unexpected spots” to scare your guests, and we agree — just be sure to remember them all. You don’t want to be finding spiders during your next Easter egg hunt. Now that would be scary.
Read More: Tricks For Your Treats: Spider Eggs on Food52

This year, feed and frighten your guests with Albino Black Widow Spider Deviled Eggs. One step up from traditional Spider Deviled Eggs, these haunting hors d’oeuvres are creepy, crawly, and a hilarious conversation piece. The article suggests that you place them in “unexpected spots” to scare your guests, and we agree — just be sure to remember them all. You don’t want to be finding spiders during your next Easter egg hunt. Now that would be scary.

Read More: Tricks For Your Treats: Spider Eggs on Food52

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