What’s the perfect follow up to “Fried Eggs” ala Dexter? These bloody Dexter cupcakes. New York’s Magnolia Bakery (which is super delicious in case you’ve never been there) sliced and diced their classic red velvet cupcake recipe with pieces of candy broken glass and red syrup to create these cupcakes for the Season 7 Dexter premiere.
Much like Dexter, these fried eggs are a little sweet a little bloody.
With the onslaught of zombie pop culture and the ongoing popularity of dreamy teen vampires, there are a lot of horror-inspired dessert creations out there. Cupcakes with zombie hands, eyeballs, bleeding cakes – they are all extremely fun and tasty – but not quite as impressive, or involved, as the cakes on the Do It Myself! blog.
Though the thought of planning a Valentine’s Day meal makes many of us want to stab our eyes out, there’s a very simple way to impress your horror-loving sweetie: make My Bloody Valentine-inspired Dismembered Artichoke Hearts.
Edible entrails: Simple, brilliant, and deliciously gross. They look like real innards, but they actually contain very traditional and yummy ingredients. They are a twisted take on a ‘50s cocktail party hors d'oeuvre - if the party was hosted by the Sawyers.
It’s tough to believe, but even Martha Stewart has a dark side. Actually, if you remember that time she was arrested for insider trading and consider that she’s rumored to have no less than nine personal assistants, she does come off like some sort of maniacal head of a homemaking empire.
If there’s one body part that screams hors d'oeuvre, it’s the eyeball. But who has time to stalk people, pluck out their eyes, and then marinate them for a day or two?
Dita di Strega, or Witches Fingers, are a popular Halloween-time Italian treat, but they can be severed … er... served for any special occasion.
Remember, according to Father Brennan you must drink the blood of Christ! Or failing that, try this delicious concoction.
This baklava is the stuff dreams are made of. Sweet and just a little bit sour, with layers of phylo oozing with lime-curd puss and covered with bloody slashes it’s the perfect treat for any Nightmare on Elm Street fan.