19 Gruesome Halloween Food Recipes That Will Freak Out Your Friends
October is here and that means Halloween is just around the corner. Are you planning a Halloween party? Here are some freaky treats to get your guests shaking in their shoes!
October is here and that means Halloween is just around the corner.
Are you planning a Halloween party? Here are some freaky treats to get your guests shaking in their shoes!
I don’t know what’s more ghastly about these green monsters. It’s a tough choice between their lashing tongues or rotting teeth! Kids young and old will scream at the sight of them. (via Fork and Beans)
Nothing is more gruesome than eyeballs floating in a sea of gelatinous matter. These shots are kid-friendly, but you can easily add your favourite liquor to the mix. (via SugarHero)
It’s rare to find a good Halloween recipe that’s an actual entreé and not a treat. This recipe is jump-started with store-bought meatballs and frozen pizza dough, so it’s easy-peasy to pull off. The homemade edible eyeball recipe is included. (via Spend With Pennies)
These creepy cupcakes look like they’ve been clawed by a baby monster. But one bite into the homemade marshmallow fondant and you will brave your life for more. (via Bakingdom)
This one’s for the clean eaters in the house. These devilish apple-peanut butter snacks are waaaay more wholesome than they look. Don’t let the almond and cranberry fangs scare you. (via Half Baked Harvest)
These little monsters are hiding a delicious secret — there’s pumpkin pie spice in every bite. Make a double batch, because they’ll go SO fast. (via OMG Chocolate Desserts)
Nothing is as creepy as a dessert plate filled with gross worms and spider eggs. This disgustingly delicious treat will be the hit of the party. (via A Spicy Perspective)
Yucky eyeball cake pops are even more gorey when served upon the tines of a fork. But rest assured, they are so delicious that your friends will be shovelling them down the hatch without remorse. (via Bakerella)
The apple that poisoned Snow White could not have been more dangerous looking than this. Tie them up with a *bloodied* ribbon to give your friends the full effect. (via 1 Fine Cookie)
Can you bring yourself to bite into a swollen, fleshy grey toe kabob? Those who are brave enough to bite will find every single white-chocolate boney digit is utterly delectable. (via Bakingdom)
This black and orange main dish is the perfect ghoulish entreé to serve up on Halloween night. Everyone in the house is going to beg for seconds. (via Boulder Locavore)
These zombie's brains are made of red velvet cake that’s so lifelike, kids young and old will scream with delight. They’re as fun to look at as they are to eat. (via Bakingdom)
These chocolate graveyards are so macabre, but it won’t stop your guests from gobbling up every chocolate brownie-pudding bite. Save the crunchy witch boot pirouettes for last; they’re so deliciously eerie. (via Half Baked Harvest)
If you live to gross out your guests, this meat platter is for you! An image you won’t forget, it does double-duty as both party food and decoration. (via Not Quite Nigella)
What’s not to love about these yummy mummies? They’re as much fun to make as they are to eat. (via The Recipe Critic)
We’ve all seen witch-finger cookies before, but these are extra special. The nails are candied almonds and the blood is red velvet hot chocolate. How can something so super gross be so delicious? (via SugarHero)
These gorgeous little skeletons with the wacky Dia de los Muertos piping could not be more perfect for your Halloween shindig. They’ll be the star of the dessert table for sure. (via Shore Society)
Kids young and old will be so grossed out at these syringes filled with blood (but actually it’s just grenadine). They’ll also have a blast squirting blood into their drinks and each other. They’re 100 percent kid-friendly, but you can easily spike them with your fave liquor for the big kids in the bunch. (via This Grandma Is Fun)
These philo-filled babies look super-gross, but the spicy sausage and cheese make them absolutely delicious. Be sure to roll yours up nice and twisty to mimic real intestines. (via Not Quite Nigella)