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Serve up scary brains and fingers this season

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Our Halloween recipes are bloody good

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.. Halloween Bloody Severed Finger Hot Dogs, Gross Halloween Food, Finger Food, Halloween Party .

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Want something scary and sweet this Halloween?  Try our Hot Dog Fingers, then follow it up with a Panna Cotta Brain dessert.

Panna Cotta Brain  

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Ingredients: 

3 (12-ounce) cans evaporated milk                                     

5 packages unflavored powdered gelatin       

1 1/2 cups heavy cream 

3/4 cup sugar 

1 vanilla bean, split 

1 teaspoon salt                                                             

2 cups cranberry juice 

3 (12-ounce) cans evaporated milk 

  1. Combine 1 can of evaporated milk with four packages gelatin and bloom for five minutes.
  2. In a heavy-bottomed saucepan, bring the remaining milk and heavy cream to a boil. Stir in the sugar, vanilla bean, salt, and bourbon (optional). Combine this mixture with the gelatin mixture and stir until all solids have dissolved. Remove the vanilla bean and pour the mixture into a six-cup brain mold. Refrigerate overnight to fully set.
  3. For the glaze, combine remaining gelatin with half a cup of cranberry juice. Bring remaining 1 1/2 cups of juice to a boil and stir into gelatin mixture to dissolve any solids. Pour into a squeeze bottle and leave at room temperature until panna cotta brain is set.
  4. Unmold the panna cotta and drizzle the glaze over it. The glaze will set up immediately.

Hot Dog Fingers  

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  1. Start a large pot of water boiling on the stove. 
  2. To make the fingernails and knuckles, slice the two sides of the fingernail, then straight across the top. Then make a slight curved slice for the bottom nail bed. Next, take your knife and carefully slice the tiny piece off. See the below photo for sizing to see how big you want to make your nail. 
  3. Next, to make the knuckles, make one slit along the middle with two crescent slits directly above and below. Then halfway between the knuckle and the nail, make two crescent slits. Repeat at the very bottom. 
  4. Boil the hot dogs for 4-5 minutes. 
  5. Then place each “finger” into a hot dog bun loaded with ketchup – be sure to smear some ketchup on the bottom of each “severed finger” and more at the top of the bun. 
  6. If you want, you can add a thinly sliced square piece of white onion for the “nail.” 

Halloween started as a festival of Samhain. It was part of ancient Celtic religion in Britain and other parts of Europe. Halloween is among the top most celebrated holidays.  People don’t really eat specific food, but the most common ones are desserts. Caramel candy apples, cemetery cake, and the blood bath punch are the most common Halloween desserts. There are some basic easy desserts, and there are some that are weird and gross.

“In Halloween I really don’t have a special dish, but I just eat caramel apples, Halloween shaped cookies or candy,” Melissa Tolento said. 

Mostly everyone prefers to eat cute Halloween desserts rather than eat actual food that looks gross. Most Halloween foods that they sell at the stores is going to either be candy, cookies, or cupcakes.  

“My favorite dessert for Halloween is the Halloween donuts,” Cynthia Ortega said  

Although mostly everyone eats deserts and candy, not everyone enjoys it.  

I’m not really a person who likes sweets, so I’d just rather give out candy,”  Brianna Ramirez said.

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2 Responses to “Our Halloween recipes are bloody good”

  1. rosalinda rojas on November 9th, 2018 8:22 am

    Although Halloween sweets are a must, these recipes look sooo fun to make! I will definitely try making the hot dog fingers next year!

  2. Fabio on November 27th, 2018 11:52 am

    The Hot Dog fingers looked real for a second. These are very creative ideas. They look disgusting and unappetizing but I’m sure they taste amazing.

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