Gross Creepy & Fun Halloween Recipes

Over the next few weeks I’ll be posting about things that will make your Halloween & Thanksgiving table a smash! Today I found 4 Halloween recipes that are totally gross to look at but great to eat!















Brains In A Jar

What you need:

1 cup(s) red-wine vinegar
3 cup(s) white-wine vinegar
1 cup(s) sugar
1/2 cup(s) salt
1 tablespoon(s) black peppercorns
1 tablespoon(s) brown mustard seeds
5 red pearl onions
2 head(s) cauliflower


Place cauliflower in a large glass heatproof jar or canister, positioning florets against the glass; set aside.
Fill a large pot with 8 cups water. Add both vinegars, sugar, salt, peppercorns, mustard seeds, and onions. Bring to a boil.
Carefully pour boiling liquid over cauliflower; let cool to room temperature. Cover and transfer to refrigerator. Let chill overnight or up to 1 week.
















Worm Sandwich

What you need:

8 hot dogs
8 hot dog buns
1/4 cup of barbecue sauce or ketchup


Bring a pot of water to a boil.
Slice each hot dog into long, worm-like strips.
Dump hot dog strips into boiling water and cook until they begin to curl a bit.
Return cooked hot dog worms to pan and toss with barbecue sauce or ketchup until thoroughly mixed.
Serve in hot dog buns.
Watch all the kids gross out!


halloween punch

















Witches Brew Adult Halloween Punch

This recipe use dry ice- Be extremely careful!!! Use the dry ice in the caldron or punch bowl…DO NOT use it as ice cubes in drinks!!! Get plenty of info on the safe use and handling of dry ice before making this!

What you need:

four 48 oz cans pineapple juice
one 96 oz bottle orange juice
four 2 liter bottles lemon-lime soda
one liter bottle of vodka
one liter bottle of rum
one package of dry ice (you can get at your local grocery store)
four cups of ice
plastic gloves


Mix all ingredients together (except of the dry ice) in a large bowl. Mix well.
Wearing gloves, break up dry ice according to package instructions, place in cauldron. (Be sure to follow handling instructions properly)
Pour into a clean cauldron, with several baseball size chunks of dry ice, to create the bubbling steam effect.
Use a ladle to serve the brew. Be careful not to get any dry ice in the cups it will burn if comes in contact with skin
















Eyeball Doughnut Bites

What You Need:

20 glazed doughnut holes
1 cup(s) premier white morsels
2 tablespoon(s) solid vegetable shortening
20 Life Savers Gummies®
20 medium mini candy-coated milk chocolate candies
2 drop(s) red food coloring


Line cookie sheet with parchment paper or waxed paper. Cut 1/8-inch-thick slices from 2 opposite sides of each doughnut hole.
Melt white morsels and vegetable shortening in top of double boiler or in a microwave-safe bowl in microwave.
Working with one doughnut hole at a time, use a fork to dip into melted morsels mixture to coat. Lift coated doughnut holes from coating, shaking excess melted morsels mixture back into bowl. Place coated doughnut holes, one cut-side down, on prepared cookie sheet.
Place jellied candies on top of doughnuts. Dab chocolate candies with some of remaining melted morsels mixture and press onto jellied candies. Chill in refrigerator for 10 minutes or until coating is set.
In a small bowl, combine 2 tablespoons of remaining melted morsels mixture and 2 drops of red food coloring. Using toothpick, paint colored morsels mixture onto doughnut eyeballs to resemble scary veins. Chill in the refrigerator until ready to serve.