Many of the flesh-eating scenes in the film were leftover hamburgers and meatballs from lunch…covered in chocolate syrup. So to pay homage to the “human flesh” the zombies feasted on throughout the film, I’ve concocted a rich and tangy BBQ sauce using Bosco Chocolate Syrup.
With a naturally-colored green homemade bun topped with my favorite "Everything Bagel" seasoning, my Nightmare Queen is a little different than the Nightmare King it is inspired by, but it's still oh-so-delicious.
Sinfully delicious and blood-red, these Blood Orange Morgue-aritas are pumped full of flavor: bold citrus essence from the blood oranges, the right amount of tartness from the limes, a hint of sweetness from the simple syrup, and of course...tequila!
They say the quickest way to one’s heart is through their stomach, and a cold beer paired with these Severed Soft Pretzel Fingers & Bloody Beer Cheese Dipping Sauce spiked with your favorite brew is the ultimate way to get there!
You are traveling through another dimension. A dimension not only of butter and sugar but of flavor. A journey into a wondrous cookie dough whose boundaries are that of imagination. Your next stop – the kitchen!
Reanimate your taste-buds with a boozy, homemade version of Marshmallow Peeps with a zombie twist that will certainly make your Easter egg hunts a little more interesting.
This Valentine’s Day, profess your love the only way a horror fan can: by giving your heart to the special ghoul in your life...or at least a batch of these candy-dipped strawberries decorated to look like human hearts.
Learn how to recreate the killer gingerbread cookies from the movie "Krampus"! Using a custom-made cookie cutter helps these to look closer to the ones in the film, but standard cookie cutters will work just fine.