Cute, Scary, and Gross Halloween Edibles


Cute Scary and Gross Halloween Edibles, bloody, band aids, cream cheese
Bloody Band-Aid Snacks
Here are a few Halloween edible ideas that are a little bit gross, a little bit creepy, but every bit delicious. These treats will scare even the bravest Halloween-lover, and will delight guests and kids. Don’t be afraid to go a little wild this Halloween and cook up something spooky!
Cute Scary and Gross Halloween Edibles, Kitty litter cake, kitty litter
 Kitty Litter Cake

 

Cute Scary and Gross Halloween Edibles, brain cupcakes, blood clot, cupcakes
These brain-clot cupcakes from Annie’s Eats make my stomach churn, but actually sound delicious: Vanilla cupcakes with a cherry pie center!
Blood-Clot Brain Cupcakes 

 

Cute Scary and Gross Halloween Edibles, dirty, Qtips, peanut butter, marshmallows
Dirty Q-Tips

 

Cute Scary and Gross Halloween Edibles, cookies, witches' fingers cookies, almonds
Witches’ Fingers Cookies
Cute Scary and Gross Halloween Edibles, shrunken heads, apples, cider
Shrunken Heads in Cider
Cute Scary and Gross Halloween Edibles, dexter, blood slides, suckers, blood
Blood Slide Suckers
Cute Scary and Gross Halloween Edibles, skeleton snacks, graham crackers
These skeleton snacks are adorable and so easy. Perfect for a group or kids!
Simple Skeleton Snacks
Cute Scary and Gross Halloween Edibles, mummy spoons, white chocolate, mummies
White Chocolate Mummy Spoons


 
Posted on October 9, 2012
 
Categories: diy tutorials & creative ideas, edibles, halloween, holiday awesomeness, holiday ideas

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    October 12, 2012

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