Place a steaming rack such as this one on the base of the Instant Pot.
Pour in a cup of water.
Set the Instant Pot to Manual or Pressure cook mode. Set the time for 5 minutes. Once the cooking cycle is complete, let the pressure release naturally for 5 minutes, and then perform a quick release of steam. Transfer the eggs immediately to an ice bath or a basin with cold water and let them cool off for another 5 minutes. (Do not peel yet)
Stove top method for boiling the eggs:
Alternatively, to make hard boiled eggs on the stove-top, place eggs in a pot and pour in water to cover. On high heat, let the water boil, as soon as it begins boiling, turn off heat, cover pot with a lid, and let it stand for 12 minutes.
Transfer the eggs immediately to an ice bath or a basin with cold water and let them cool off for another 5 minutes. (Do not peel yet)
If you like a veined look for your eggs, follow the steps below. Alternatively, you could also skip this part entirely and simply dab a bit of red color over the egg whites.
Gently crack the eggs with a spoon, without peeling them.
Mix some of the red food color in a small bowl of water and let the cracked eggs sit in the colored water for 20-30 minutes.
After 20-30 minutes take out the eggs and peel them. They should have a slightly veined red color running over them.
To make the deviled eggs:
Scoop out the egg yolks and transfer to a bowl.
Mix in the cream cheese, butter, milk, mayonnaise and green food color. Mix well until well combined.
Using a piping bag, pipe in the colored egg yolks into the hollows of the egg whites.
Place a green or black olive ring over each piped egg yolk mixture.
Using a thin toothpick dipped in the red food color, mark out the radiating veins of the eyes.
Place the egg yolks on a tray and serve with a side of spider and pumpkin!