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    EYE BALL EGGS FOR HALLOWEEN

    Hard boiled eggs (halved)
    Cream cheese
    Stuffed olives
    Tomato ketchup (optional)
    Scoop the yolks out of the eggs and put in a bowl. Mash the yolks and add some cream cheese. Fill the centre of the egg whites with the yolk/cheese mixture and add an olive for the eyeball. If you have enough time put some ketchup in a bowl and use a cocktail stick to draw lines on the whites to make them look bloodshot.

    For a quicker and easier idea cut boiled eggs in half and add a halved olive in the centre for the eyeball and use red food colouring to make the bloodshot veins!
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    Will this not traumatise the children

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    Quote Originally Posted by MTK007 View Post
    Will this not traumatise the children
    even the little ones loved doing these Rick

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