Just imagine it: fog swirls around a table set with ghoulish goblets and obsidian flatware, and deep red wax drips down antique candelabras, straight out of a spooky horror flick.
The enticing aroma of warming spices rises from a black cauldron filled with pumpkin soup. At the center of the table sits a shockingly human-looking roast, with side dishes of eyeballs, hearts, and ears…
But what’s for dessert?
Here’s a (sickeningly?) sweet recipe to whet your Halloween appetite, perfect for a spooky brunch, after-dinner treat, or midnight snack.
It comes from Chris-Rachel Oseland’s Dead Delicious Horror Cookbook, and it’s sure to delight any goblins or ghouls who may grace your table.
What are you waiting for? It’s time to break out the baking gear and get gross with it!
And there’s more where that came from! Over 60 body part-themed recipes, in fact. Check out our full review of Kitchen Overlord’s Dead Delicious cookbook.
How will you serve this spooky bread to surprise your guests? We’re betting you can get at least a jump scare out of them.
Beet Monkey Bread Brain photos by Chris-Rachel Oseland. Uncredited photo: Shutterstock.
About Allison Sidhu
Allison M. Sidhu is a foodie from Philly who is based in LA, where she loves exploring the restaurant scene with her husband. She holds a BA in English literature from Swarthmore College as well as an MA in gastronomy from Boston University. When she’s not in the kitchen making a fresh green juice or whipping up something tasty for dinner (or listening to the latest food podcasts while she’s doing the dishes!) you’ll probably find Allison tapping away at her laptop, curled up with a good book (or ready to dominate with controller in hand in front of the latest video game) on the couch, or devouring a food-filled magazine at the beach.