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How could i make 'Bloody muffins' for halloween?

Like, A simple muffin recipe and make the muffin look bloody, PLEASE HELP, its for school.

9 Responses to How could i make 'Bloody muffins' for halloween?

  • Cheezie says:

    Search a basic white cupcake recipe, then do black or red frosting (whatever you want, or black with orange design) and then in the actual cake, make red food coloring drip down the sides of the cake so it appears like blood.

    Or you could do red velvet. But I think my idea is better. 😛

    Make the blood drip like this:
    http://www.divinedinnerparty.com/image-files/halloween-cupcake-decorating-vampire-blood.jpg

    or you could always do what the picture is, and do the blood on white frosting. Whatever! Do what you want! Have fun :).

  • Larry says:

    Make a glaze of butter,powdered sugar and milk.Add red food color.You can adjust the milk to make it as thin or thick as you want.If you have a syringe or baster you can squirt some into each muffin.Pour some on top and let it run down one side.

  • Liz says:

    You could make muffins with dried cherries inside and then you could use fresh or frozen cherries to make a cherry sauce. Another option is to use a cherry pie filling. Use this filling inside your muffins. Here’s something that hows you how to fill a cupcake. It’s the same processwith a muffin http://bakingbites.com/2007/09/how-to-make-filled-cupcakes-step-by-step/

  • Rhodes says:

    here some other ideas for halloween you might like its easy
    http://www.rhodesbread.com/recipes/search?q=halloween&x=0&y=0

  • Diana says:

    Use cherries/ cranberries and red icing!

  • Daisy says:

    Fill your muffin cup 3/4 of the way with batter. Place a dollop or two of strawberry or rhubarb jam. Cover it with the rest of the batter. and finish cooking your muffins in the oven.

    With the same jam, you could thin it in a hot pan with some lemon juice. Then drizzle that over your cooked muffin. When anyone eat it, it would look as if they’re eating into ‘congealed blood’. lol I did this for a school bake-off one time. Good luck!

  • Crimson says:

    I would suggest filled cupcakes.

    Make your standard cupcake or muffin recipe, if you prefer. Fill each muffin tin a quarter of the way and then put a spoonful of raspberry or other red jelly on it. Top it with the remaining batter and then bake them according to the directions. Once baked and cooled top each with white icing. Take corn syrup in a small bowl and add in red food coloring. Dip a tooth pick in the syrup and drizzle it over each cupcake for a bloody look. Yum. 🙂

  • Josie244 says:

    Use kinda like a red velvet cake with white icing. Or a butter cream cupcake with dark red icing.

  • PJ says:

    Food coloring.

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