Scariest Halloween Edible Craft Ideas

I was roaming the internet the other day and I came across some of the scariest Halloween treats that I have ever seen…. I just had to share them with you.  I know food is not usually covered in this blog, but I was thinking…… not all crafts have to be made in the craft room.  Today I’m going to bring the crafts into the kitchen.  Check out some of the Scariest Halloween Edible Craft Ideas I have ever seen.

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Scariest Halloween Edible Craft Ideas



Let me know if you make a Scary Halloween Treat or if you came across one on the internet that I haven’t listed here.  I would love to hear about them.

 

(1) Edible Eyeball Recipe



Edible Eyeball Recipe



Sarah Caron at Amazing Moms put together this awesome eyeball recipe.  They look like bloodshot eyes, but I have a feeling it doesn’t taste like that.  Made from donut holes these eyeballs are sure to taste delicious.

 


(2) Witches Fingers



Witches Fingers



Ok, this Halloween treat is totally creepy…. and it looks so real.  Las Vegas Food Adventures knows how to make a scary, but delicious treat.  Made with almonds, cream cheese and red cake decorating gel these witch fingers are sure to be sweet.

 

(3) Mummy Dogs with Green Goo



Mummy Dogs with Green Goo



I found this spooky treat at 365Halloween.com and I love the idea.  They are like “pigs in a blanket”, but changed up a bit.  These Mummy Dogs will actually ooze with edible green goo as you eat them.  YIKES!!

 

(4) Meat Hand



Meat Hand



Made from a Meatloaf with cheese on top this is one disgusting looking hand, but promises to be delicious.  Not Martha shows you how to make this Meat Hand for yourself…. and scare all who comes near.

 

(5) Intestines with Subcutaneous Fat Covered in Arterial Plaque and Bile



Intestines with Subcutaneous Fat Covered in Arterial Plaque and Bile



The name of this item turns my stomach a bit…. and so does the picture.  But, Cooking at Cafe D’ tells us it is perfectly fine to eat…. perhaps even tasty.  This is one icky dish perfect for Halloween.

 

(6) Shrunken Heads in Cider



Shrunken Heads in Cider



I love the way these shrunken heads look…. they would be perfect at a Halloween party.  I found this recipe on the Martha Stewart site…. she has the entire recipe and even a video if you want to put together this Halloween recipe.

 

(7) Halloween Puff Pastry Intestines



Halloween Puff Pastry Intestines



This Halloween recipe is sure to be a big hit at any Halloween get-together.  I found this recipe at The Knead for Speed and it looks perfectly creepy and yet I find myself thinking it looks delicious.  Made from puff pastry and sweet filling what is not to love.

 

(8)  Eye-Popping Soup



Eye-Popping Soup



Check out this soup…. it is totally creepy, right?!  I found this Halloween Recipe on delish and it’s a good one.  Made from tomato soup it is sure to be yummy…. as long as you don’t mind it staring back at you.

 

(9) Witch Finger Poppers and Eye of Newt



Witch Finger Poppers and Eye of Newt



I love the presentation of this Halloween Recipe…. it’s just so colorful and equally creepy.  I found this awesome recipe over at Susi’s Kochen und Backen Adventures and it’s nothing short of awesome.

 

(10) Creepy Peepers Halloween Jell-O



Creepy Peepers Halloween Jell-O



In Katrina’s Kitchen put together this creepy dish and I must say the consistency of this treat looks goopy and gross.  I’m not sure I could swallow it even though I know the green goo and white eyeballs are just jell-o…. it’s the consistency that gets me with this one.

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Making a Valentines Day Pinwheel Sweet Candy Gift Box Craft for Kids – Part 2

This is part 2, today we will make the upper part (the vane – pinwheel part). Laura from Dacian Moon Handmade will show you today how to make a complex looking, but very easy to do, Valentine’s Day Candy Gift box with sweets or candies.

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Making a Valentines Day Pinwheel Sweet Candy Gift Box Craft for Kids – Part 2



CRAFTS MATERIALS NEEDED (for part 1 and 2):

– colored paper (not too thin) – two squares ~15 cm and two other of ~5 cm
– scissors
– paint marker (red)
– glitter glue (to match the paper colours, in my case, gold and blue)
– 1 flexible straw (is not important to be flexible)
– one piece of crepe
– 1 pin
– pencil
– candies







Step 1

Take the second large square of coloured paper.






Fold it in half then unfold.






Do the same in the other direction. This is the same like the first part.







Step 2

Fold one half in half again.






Then the other half.






Fold again the halves …






… to obtain this little square.






Step 3

Unfold the last two.






Step 4

Keep the center immobile …






… and open one half like in the picture.






Repeat on the other side. This will lift the edge.






Flatten the edge like this:






Step 5

Turn it with the worked part to you…






… and repeat the step 4.






Step 6

Lift the upper right part and fold it up.






Like this.






Now lift the lower left part and fold it down. Now we have a vane that will spin in the wind.






Step 7

Take one little square…






… and fold it at least four times (in cross)






With the scissor make a criss-cross cut around one corner.






Like this.






Now unfold: we have one of the center pieces.






Step 8

Cut a circle from the crepe, or if you want, cut it the same like in the step 7.






Step 9

Cut a little blue circle.






Step 10

Place the pin through all the center pieces…






… then through the vane …






… and finally through the flexible straw.






Step 11

Now is time to assemble the two parts.
With the scissor, cut the top of the lower part, just enough that the straw to pass.






Like this.
Note: if you want to be extra-sure of it, place a layer of craft glue on the back side, where the straw gets out of the paper. Let it dry well.






Step 12

Fill the lower part with candies.






Last Step

From the other little square…






… cut out a heart.






Adorn it with glitter glue and write „Happy Valentine”, and place it beside the straw in the top of the lower part.
Note: you can glue the heart on the straw, if you want.






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Making a Valentines Day Pinwheel Sweet Candy Gift Box Craft for Kids – Part 1

Laura from Dacian Moon Handmade will show you today how to make a complex looking, but very easy to do, Valentine’s Day Candy Gift box with sweets or candies. This is a two part, step by step crafts tutorial for kids or someone of any age. In this part we will make the lower part of this candy box….(the one with candies).

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Making a Valentines Day Pinwheel Sweet Candy Gift Box Craft for Kids – Part 1



Making a Valentines Day Pinwheel Sweet Candy Gift Box Craft for Kids – Part 1

CRAFTS MATERIALS NEEDED (for part 1 and 2):

– colored paper (not too thin) – two squares ~15 cm and two other of ~5 cm
– scissors
– paint marker (red)
– glitter glue (to match the paper colors, in my case, gold and blue)
– 1 flexible straw (is not important to be flexible)
– one piece of crepe
– 1 pin
– pencil
– candies







Step 1

Take one of the large pieces of paper and fold it in half, then unfold.






Do the same in the other direction. It will look like that:








Step 2

Bring one corner to the middle and press well.






Do the same with all the corners.






Step 3

Turn the new square on the other side.






Bring the corners to the center again…






… like that.






Step 4

Place it to the table with one corner to you (keep it on the same side)






And bring the upper corner over the lower one. Press well.






Step 5

Now, keeping immobile the lowest corner, bring the right corner over it.






It will look like this.






Turn on the other side and bring again the right corner over the lowest one…






… like this.






Step 6

Open the edges.






Then pull gently the other ones…






… and we have the lower part ready to be filled with candies 🙂






Note: you can use this to store various things and it will look pretty on your desk.

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Making Valentine’s Day Hearts Candy Doggy Card Project for Kids

If you want to make a special Valentine’s Day Card Treat to give out to your friends and classmates this year at school, then here is a tasty and inexpensive project to make. It is a Tootsie Roll, Standing Hearts Doggy Card. The easy to follow, illustrated steps can be found below. Have fun.

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Making Valentine's Day Hearts Candy Doggy Card Project for Kids



Making Valentine’s Day Hearts Candy Doggy Card Project for Kids

Crafts Materials Needed

– Tootsie Rolls

– Paper

– Pipe Cleaners / Chenille Stems

–  Scissors

– Glue

–  Googley Eyes

Step 1



Step 1 : Making a Valentines Day Heart Doggy Toosie Roll Card



Take a piece of red paper and fold it in half lengthwise.

Step 2



Step 2 : Making a Valentines Day Heart Doggy Toosie Roll Card



Cut a half heart along the fold to make a perfect heart.


Step 3



Step 3 : Making a Valentines Day Heart Doggy Toosie Roll Card



Cut out 3 hearts.

Step 4



Step 4 : Making a Valentines Day Heart Doggy Toosie Roll Card



Take a red piece of paper that is 3 inches x 3 inches. Put a tootsie roll in the center.

Step 5



Step 5 : Making a Valentines Day Heart Doggy Toosie Roll Card



Then grasp 3 chenille stems and make sure that all of the ends are even….place that on or under the Tootsie Roll. Then wrap the paper around it.

Step 6



Step 6 : Making a Valentines Day Heart Doggy Toosie Roll Card



Glue the paper shut. Then the top pipe cleaner would bend up for the neck in the front. The back of this same pipe cleaner should curl like a dog’s tail. The other 4 ends should be legs…look below at the bottom picture to see how it should look.

Step 7



Step 7 : Making a Valentines Day Heart Doggy Toosie Roll Card



The above picture shows how to make the dog’s head. Take a heart for the face…and 2 hearts for the ears. Make a ‘w’ for the mouth. Googly eyes for the eyes, and a heart for the nose (drawn in).

Step 8



Step 8 : Making a Valentines Day Heart Doggy Toosie Roll Card



Glue the ears on.  Then glue it on the dog’s neck (pipe cleaner. You can also glue on a ‘u’ shaped piece of paper for the dog’s tongue if you want to.

Step 9



Making Valentine's Day Hearts Candy Doggy Card Project for Kids



You can give this doggy treat to your friends at school for Valentine’s Day cards if you want…just write the person’s name on the outside on one side and write from: (your name) on the other side. I hope that you enjoyed this craft. Happy Valentine’s Day.

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