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  • Madeline Hollmann

    Bacon Time With The Hungry Hypo: Gross Halloween Food looks like they have enough sausage, ribs, salami (on the skull), and what ever else that is (maybe chicken) under the sausage links to feed a huge meat loving crowd. It looks like the heart might be a red bell pepper covered in BBQ sauce

  • Brittany Pilallis

    Gross Halloween idea- however the site it leads to is not "how to" except that the heart is a bell pepper covered in BBQ sauce

  • m norris

    Bell pepper "heart" little smokies for "intestines", and my fiance does like to grill, we may have to do this for a halloween dinner party!

  • Isabel Shenkir

    Gross Halloween Food Dishes | Halloween Party Food Ideas

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Vomiting pumpkin for Halloween party @ my food looks funny.com Valerie Brooks I am thinking for the party!

  • Valerie Brooks

    Lindsay Compitello I saw that and was thinking the same thing . . . you do this one i'll do the hot dog mummies ;-)

  • Shannah Quinn

    Amy Damron This is too funny!

starting to plan our annual halloween dinner...Really gross Halloween food ideas. Must try the band-aids... Made the kitty litter cake once. It's wonderfully creepy but yummy at the same time!

Creepy hand meatloaf. I love this and will be making it for at least two Halloween events this year! Thanks Not Martha. www.notmartha.org...

Halloween Appetizer - don't know if I'd be brave enough to make this! Amazingly Creepy!!!

Halloween Treats. by pooloby

(I don't like all the ideas on this site, but I love the pumpkin and guacamole idea!) 29 Creepy, Spooky, Scary, Gross and Disgusting Halloween Recipes

Halloween Tapeworm Sandwiches 8 hot dogs 8 hot dog buns 1/4 C. ketchup Instructions: 1. Bring a pot of water to a boil. 2. Slice each hot dog into long, worm-like strips. 3. Dump hot dog strips into boiling water and cook until they begin to curl a bit. 4. Drain. 5. Return cooked hot dog worms to pan and toss with ketchup until thoroughly mixed. 6. Serve in hot dog buns.

Kids love hotdogs, and this Halloween Recipe is so easy, you can’t pass it up. This could be fun for an after school snack or a Saturday at home with friends. Slice a small section off the top of each hotdog, and carve slices where the knuckles should go. Boil and douse with ketchup. The recipe shown below calls for onion fingernails