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.
Creepy confections don't have to be reserved just for Halloween! This holiday season, put a morbid, cannibalistic twist on some classic holiday treats, sure to both disgust and delight your guests.
The Stuff from 1985 proves that when it comes to horror films, anyone or anything can be a killer...and in this film, it was a food product. Learn how to make my recipe for The Stuff Marshmallow Cheesecake – I promise that it won't consume your brain and eat you alive from the inside out!
One of the most frequently requested tutorials I get asked about, is how to make DIY spooky sugar cube skulls. There's tons of tutorials that exist on how to make them, but I've decided to share my flavored, brightly-colored twist on how to make them. These DIY spooky sugar cube skulls are SO easy to make, it's hard to even call this a recipe! But with the upcoming holidays, these make fantastic gifts when packaged up in a mug with some coffee or tea.
This delicious Chopping Mall Bloody Orange Julius is a blood-red twist on a classic, & makes the perfect addition to any Halloween or horror-inspired gathering. It takes only a few ingredients to make, is vegan-friendly, & can be made with reduced-sugar.