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Creepy, Disgusting Halloween Treats

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Creepy, Disgusting Halloween Treats

10 Creepy, Disgusting Halloween Recipes

When it comes to Halloween treats, the more disgusting the better.

At least, according to my twins.  If it makes your stomach churn just looking at it, they’ll eat it.  Here’s 10 delightfully disgusting Halloween recipes.

1.  (pictured above) Bloody Bandaids, graham crackers, marzipan and cherry jelly.

2.  Jello Worms: so easy–pour Jello into straws, let set and squeeze out.


3.  Eyeball Cake Pops: click here for the recipe from Ashley Russell


4.  Eyeball Martinis: because why should the kids be the only ones eating something that’s looking at them?  Click here for the recipe from Foodista.


5.  Pastry Intestines: click here for the recipe from Knead 4 Speed.


6.  Meatloaf Hand: click here for the recipe from Not Martha.


7.  Witches Fingers: click here for the recipe from John Linn.


8.  Adam’s Ribs: glurg…click here for the recipe from “Better Homes & Gardens.”


9.  Shrunken Heads In Cider: click here for the recipe from Martha Stewart.


10.  Earwax On A Swab–Marshmallow Q-tips: this one almost made me throw up a little, so the twins will be so very, very happy.  Click here for the recipe from Saucy Sprinkles.

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  1. Rachael Herrscher 10/16/2012 at 9:48 am

    Dude. That meat loaf hand . . .

  2. Kim Weitkamp 10/16/2012 at 10:10 am

    Oh my. This is deliciously ghouly. I am going to feature this blog post in my Fall/Halloween newsletter. Really great ideas!!

  3. ashley 09/15/2014 at 2:40 pm

    The “earwax” could be caramel or butterscotch…

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  6. hintysen 10/04/2015 at 8:25 pm

    I always make CAT BOX SURPRISE. Mix Grape-Nuts with a little marshmallow fluff, fill a cake pan with that, sprinkle some more loose Grape-Nuts on top (just a little). Microwave a few Tootsie Rolls and curl them up to make little poops in the cat box, and drizzle honey in areas to resemble cat pee. Even better if you serve in an actual cat litter holder with a litter scoop for a spatula.