13 Horror Recipes For The Holidays
Article By: Tyler Doupe
Creepy confections are not just for Halloween. To prove our point, we have rounded up some of our favorite horror-themed creations. On this installment of The Friday 13, we are taking a look at a variety of horror-inspired confections, cocktails, recipes, and the like. All of the inclusions have a link to the recipe so you can try making anything on the list at your next occasion or event! Let us know your favorites on our Facebook page.
1. Eyeball Highball
Surprisingly, this is not the only Martha Stewart inclusion on this list. She has a variety of spooky recipes and the like on her site. Click here for recipe.
2. Blood Brownies
These brownies are not specifically marketed as being bloodstained but they are a red velvet, cheesecake mixture and the effect is perfectly gruesome looking! Click here for recipe from Sally’s Baking Addiction.
3. Slimer Popcorn
With the Ghostbusters remake gaining steam, this Slimer popcorn is a great way to prepare. Click here for the recipe from Babble.com.
4. Zombie Cake Hand
This cake in the shape of a zombie hand would be the perfect hors d’oeuvre for a The Walking Dead season premiere party. Click here for the recipe from Dessert by Candy.
5. Dexter Cupcakes
These Dexter-inspired cupcakes would be great to snack on the next time you marathon the series. Click here for recipe from Martha Stewart.
6. Raw Meat Rice Krispy Treats
This recipe from The Homicidal Homemaker is sure to disgust and delight the guests at your next occasion. Click here for the recipe from The Homicidal Homemaker.
7. Spider Cupcakes
These spider cupcakes are fairly simple and Not Martha offers a variety of options to choose from, depending on how much time you have to commit to their creation! Click here for the recipe from Not Martha.
8. Blood-Soaked Caramel Corn
This blood-soaked caramel corn is equal parts disgusting and amazing. Click here for the recipe from The Homicidal Homemaker.
9. Brain Cake
This is just sickening but should make for a great conversation piece! Click here for the recipe from Instructables.com.
10. Jack Skellington Cake Pops
These are awesome and they have universal appeal, since the film has a large and diverse fan base. Click here for the recipe from Family Disney.
11. Blood Sangria
Here is another recipe from Martha Stewart. It’s not explicitly labeled as blood sangria but it’s blood red and the connection is pretty easy to make. Click here for the recipe from Martha Stewart.
12. Crunchy Donut Eyeballs
These are a lot of fun to make and even more fun to eat. Click here for the recipe at Chron.com.
13. Ladies’ Fingers
Here is one last recipe from Martha Stewart. These treats will make great ‘finger’ food at your next party. Click here for the recipe.