Blood Recipe

by Jim
(JuggleNow.com)

Blood Dripping from Corner of Mouth

Blood Dripping from Corner of Mouth


What’s Halloween without a little blood?! Here’s a recipe to make your own. And it’s harmless to put in your mouth too.

1 bottle (16 oz.) Karo Syrup (light corn syrup)
3 heaping tablespoons of creamy peanut butter
6 tablespoons of water
2/3 bottle (0.3 fl. oz. bottle) of red food coloring
5-6 drops of green food coloring
3 drips of blue food coloring

That’s it! Mix it all up. It will take some time to mix in the peanut butter to get a smooth consistency.

The green and blue food coloring is important to give it a more realistic color than just the red. And the peanut butter helps give it a good, thick consistency.

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Aug 26, 2007
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Horrific-ly Fun
by: Diva Girl

You should play in the kitchen more often Jim. That blood recipe is such a fun idea, especially with the great visual. I think I'll have to whip up a batch just to give my husband a little scare one day.

Aug 26, 2007
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gruesome and very Halloweenish!
by: Debbie

Love the recipe and the picture just MAKES it!

Great!

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