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Freaky Food: 10 Recipes Too Scary to Eat

A few years back, I was invited to a Halloween party thrown by a very good friend. She’d spent hours in the kitchen that day, pulling together Kitty Litter Cake and fingernail breadsticks. It was awful. I couldn’t for the life of me bring myself to actually eat any of her lovingly manicured food. Do you have an aversion to creepy-looking eats? If so, here are ten you might want to look at…but never actually consume. They are f.r.e.a.k.y!

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  • Meat Hand 1 of 9
    Meat Hand
    It really doesn't get any cooler (or crazier) than meatloaf shaped as a hand.
    Click for the recipe.
  • Spooky Bento 2 of 9
    Spooky Bento
    Ever get the feeling your lunch is looking back at you?
    Click for the recipe.
  • Brain Cupcake 3 of 9
    Brain Cupcake
    If these don't make you smart, you best go back to kindegarten.
    Click for the recipe.
  • Carved Apple Heads 4 of 9
    Carved Apple Heads
    Can you spot a coworker in this bunch?
    Click for the recipe.
  • Mummy Cheese Log 5 of 9
    Mummy Cheese Log
    Does somebody want their mummy?
    Click for the recipe.
  • Vampire Cupcakes 6 of 9
    Vampire Cupcakes
    I vant to eat your cake.
    Click for the recipe.
  • Black Widow Cakes 7 of 9
    Black Widow Cakes
    Watch out, boys. This cake bites.
    Click for the recipe.
  • Haunted Mice 8 of 9
    Haunted Mice
    Chocolate dipped strawberries are just sweet, they're spooooky!
    Click for the recipe.
  • Poison Cocktail 9 of 9
    Poison Cocktail
    A toast to the season of freaky eats.
    Click for the recipe.

 

From Spooktacular Pop Tarts to Spiced Apple Cider, try Babble’s 15 Halloween Party Recipes!

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