Today my friends, we’re talking dessert. Not just any tasty delicacy, but creepy Halloween desserts that will cause a stir among your sweet-toothed guests.
Thinking of pulling out the culinary stops at your next Halloween party? Then do yourself a favor and check out these deliciously disturbing desserts.
Creepy Halloween Desserts
Talk about creepy looking. Eeek! This bloody coconut and white chocolate eye is actually a creamy panna cotta, cleverly cooked up by the lovely Sandra over at Cuisine Addict. Get ready to unleash this creative recipe on your guests. The ‘blood’ stained knife is totally optional.
On first glances your guests will think this monkey brain cake is a macabre Halloween centerpiece. But one swift strike of the knife will quickly unearth a luscious four layer chocolate cake, topped with jello and raspberry sauce. Go on. I dare you to try out this recipe. Bubble and Sweet share how it’s done in this instructable. Warning: This is not for the faint-hearted.
What’s chewy, green and has a nightmarish bloodshot eye? Why it’s a gooey monster eye cookie of course. Lilluna has a fab recipe for this sweet Halloween treat that will go down well with kids and adults alike.
Cookies and Cups have the best recipe for a vampire bat cake. Like, ever! OK, I’m a little biased because we are talking red velvet cake here. This particular creation is covered in lashings of red ganache and yummy chocolate bats. Head over to Cookies and Cups for the recipe.
Love, love, love this Baileys and coffee ice Charlotte with rats. I mean hello! It’s got Baileys and whipped cream in it. Mmm. And yeah those rats look pretty darn tasty too. Did I just say that out loud? Another totally impressive, yet creepy Halloween dessert recipe by Cuisine Addict.
An eerie Halloween feast, isn’t complete unless you stick a spider or two on the menu. This spun sugarweb dessert recipe by Shrimp Salad Circus will probably freak out the arachnophobes… for a moment until they dive in the rich chocolate ganache and perfectly soured cherries.
How about a slice of Mississippi blood pie? Le Creme de la Crumb have a killer recipe that’s smooth and chocolatey. A spooky Halloween dessert that’s bound to whet more than a few appetites at your creepy gathering.
Not in the mood to bake? That’s OK, because Epicurean Mom has a great non-bake spiderweb cheesecake with your name on it. Whip up this bad boy for your next Halloween party and your sweet-toothed guests will be all over it.
Here’s a scary Halloween dessert with real bite. These vampire caramel apples are simple to make, inexpensive and absolutely fangtastic… Mwahaha. Erica’s Sweet Tooth provides you with a dead easy step by step.
Now go forth and feed your guests’ desire for sweet, spooky treats with these creepy Halloween desserts.
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