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13 Freaktastic YUMS for Halloween

[By Eunice Yin]

So you’re having a massive wave of ghouls over at your fun-house this year. You’re desperately in need of some wow factors, and the traditional Jack-O’-Lantern trend pretty much died out after the 90s. But who needs that anyway – here’re 13 simple spellbinding recipes that would make you Horror Chef of the Year.

 

1. Ghostly Goodies: It’s like Casper, soft, friendly, and such a sweetie.

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Recipe here: parenting.com

 

2. Eyeball Treats: Eye-scream… yea.

2Recipe here: parenting.com

 

3. Rest in Peas: Oh Martha, you cutie.

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Recipe here: Martha Stewart

 

4. Dead Man’s Finger Sandwiches: Imagine playing wizard with these, so gross yet so funny.

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Recipe here: parenting.com

 

5. Mashed Boo-tatoes: Martha’s on a roll, guys.

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Recipe here: Martha Stewart

 

6. Finger Food: You can also make these to wake your kids/self up in the morning.

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Recipe here: Jojoebi-designs.com

 

7. Dexter Blood Slide Suckers: Sets your teeth on edge, and definitely helps me control the chaos.

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Recipe here: Instructables.com

 

8. Slime Rickeys: Comes with the option of horror hangovers, if you do it right.

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Recipe here: Martha Stewart

 

9. Vampire Cookies: Chomp chomp, Marceline style.

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Recipe here: Food.com

 

10. Spiderweb Eggs: Gives “bad eggs” a whole new meaning.

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Recipe here: Babble.com

 

11. Wormy Brain: Alternatively, throw worms at party-ghouls to signal “Thriller” dance.

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Recipe here: Kraft Recipes

 

12. Banana Mummies: Tomb of the Potassium Emperor

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Recipe here: Lexieskitchen.com

 

13. Human Torso Appetizer: So good, Hannibal approves.

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Recipe here: Instructables.com

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ETC. Online is the Taylor’s University online campus magazine, entirely operated by students of Taylor’s University Lakeside Campus. The ETC. online magazine is an offshoot of ETC. Magazine, a club run by TULC students and supported by the university.

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