This vegan Jambalaya could fool any seasoned carnivore. This Jambalaya is a party in a pot, and it’s generously spiked with Joe Bob’s favorite—Lone Star Beer. Serving this with sour cream and a squeeze of lime further elevates the flavors.
You don’t need to repeat his name five times to enjoy these Candyman inspired Severed Hand Honeybuns. Made with a soft homemade yeast dough, these donuts are deep-fried until golden, and then dipped in a sticky, sweet honey glaze. The taste, I can assure you, will be exquisite.
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While you can't dry your tears with these Toilet Paper Roll Nutella Rice Krispie Treats, their deliciousness will at least make you temporarily forget the...
In 1972’s Night of the Lepus, a hormone experiment gone wrong causes cuddly rabbits to produce oversized, bloodthirsty spawn—wreaking havoc throughout the town. Try my no-bake recipe for Bloodthirsty Bunny Truffles inspired by the film!
Hi! I'm Kaci, more commonly known as The Homicidal Homemaker. I started this website to inspire others to bring a spooky element to every day life through horror recipes, cocktails, crafts, & tutorials. Check out my recipes in every issue of Rue Morgue Magazine, and my horror cooking show on Screambox, YouTube, & AT&T Uverse/Comcast in Central CA.
In 2017’s Terrifier, a demented clown named Art terrorizes anyone who crosses his path on Halloween night. Served upside-down and split down the middle like one of Art the Clown's victims, these bleeding Terrifier Turnovers make a deliciously morbid Valentine’s Day treat!
This cocktail starts off with a homemade bright blue Tenafly Viper liquor made with butterfly pea flower, which changes to a bright purple when you add in a squeeze of lime juice! If you want to take it a step further, drop in a fizzing tablet for foaming, color-changing action, reminiscent of the victims in the film.