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Creepy Halloween Eyeballs

Rated as 5 out of 5 Stars

"If you are looking for creepy Halloween food ideas, try these scary-looking eyeballs that actually taste delicious. You can use them as a cocktail garnish or serve in a bowl as a creepy snack for your kids."
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20 m servings 24
Original recipe yields 20 servings (20 eyeballs)


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  1. Spoon a little bit of strawberry jam into the hole of each lychee. Place a blueberry in the hole and secure blueberry with a toothpick.


  • Cook's Note:
  • You can use any red-colored jam or jelly.

Nutrition Facts

Per Serving: 24 calories; 0 6.2 0.1 0 < 1 Full nutrition

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These came out great - I used cocktail cherries cause one of my daughters doesn't like blueberries. Super easy to make and great for school pot luck. I left of the jam as well cause I was in a h...

I’ve made this for my work potluck 2 years in a row, and everyone loves them!

Super fun and tasty too!

These were super easy and tasty! I didn’t use toothpicks but put them on the side. Big hit!! Creepy and yummy!

Made these for my grand niece's halloween party - we called them "cyclops eyeballs" and the red inside was sugar palm fruit in syrup which they had at the Asian store where I bought the canned l...

Made these for a teenage Halloween party. I ended up using sweet dark cherries from a can as half the kids said they wouldn't eat blueberries. I smeared the strawberry jam all over the "eyes" as...