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Creepy Breakfast Foods for Halloween or a Zombie Party

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Torn flesh pancakes with blood

Torn flesh pancakes with blood

Halloween and parties often center around candy and sweets. In all of the holiday excitement, regular meals feel boring and are often rushed through or even skipped. Make this Halloween or your next zombie party different by making breakfast a part of the festivities! These are all super easy to make and are sure to delight—ahem, gross out.

Torn Flesh Pancakes With Blood

Ingredients

  • Your favorite pancake recipe
  • Red food coloring
  • Red jam, such as raspberry or strawberry

Instructions

  1. Make your favorite pancake recipe only add a few drops of the red food coloring to the liquid before mixing into the dry ingredients.
  2. Continue following your pancake recipe until all the batter has been cooked into pancakes. These can be made whatever size you want.
  3. Rip off the edges of the pancake, this will help it look more like torn pieces of flesh.
  4. Using the back of a spoon spread some of the jam onto the plate in a circle larger than the pancake.
  5. Place pancake on jam and use the back of the spoon make some of the jam from the plate go on the torn edges of the pancake.
  6. Add some jam on top of the pancake and stack another pancake on top. Also make some of the jam go on the torn edges.
  7. Make some gashes in the flesh by simply pinching out some pancake from the top and add a little jam to the "wound."
  8. They are now ready to serve!
Scrambled brains

Scrambled brains

Scrambled Brains

Yield: 2 servings

Ingredients

  • 4 eggs
  • 4 teaspoons milk
  • 4 drops red food coloring
  • Salt to taste
  • Butter

Instructions

  1. Scramble together the eggs, milk, food coloring, and salt.
  2. Melt butter in a frying pan over medium heat.
  3. Cook eggs in pan, stirring constantly.
  4. Remove pan from heat as soon as the eggs are cooked, try not to over cook them.
  5. In the pan separate the eggs into equal-sized piles for as many "brains" you wish to make.
  6. Take each pile and press them into the small bowl. Take your plate and place it top side down over the bowl and flip over. You should now have a nice pile of brains on your plate.
  7. If you want you can also use your fingers to carefully indent the center of the brain.
Fried skin

Fried skin

Fried Skin

To make "fried skin" I used turkey bacon, but you can use whatever type of bacon you like. The idea is to cut or break it into small enough pieces so that it looks like bits of skin instead of bacon. You can cut your bacon before you cook it or after. Cut it into strips like I did or irregular chunks . . . whatever you think will gross out best!

Severed toasted fingers

Severed toasted fingers

Severed Toasted Fingers

Ingredients

  • Bread
  • Butter
  • Red jam, such as raspberry or strawberry

Instructions

  1. Toast and butter the bread to your preference.
  2. Use the sharp knife to cut four finger shapes out of the toast.
  3. Arrange on plate and add nice big globs of "blood" (jam).

Happy Halloween!

What deliciously creepy foods do you like to eat on Halloween or for Zombie parties? Let me know in the comments below. Have a happy and safe Halloween, everyone!

Comments

Sasha Kim (author) on November 11, 2012:

Thank you so much EVERYONE!!! I was away from hubpages for a few weeks but am back now and so happy to see all the wonderful comments and support. Thank you to all my friends old and new ^_^

Life Under Construction from Neverland on November 10, 2012:

I sooo love this!!! 5 stars

Karen Silverman on October 31, 2012:

Congrats on HOTD! i'm not a big fan of the...'type of fare' usually served up for hotd- but your hub is timely, beautifully presented, yummy, and - BRAINY!

lol

Marlene Bertrand from USA on October 30, 2012:

These are the cutest little ideas. I wish my grandchildren were here now so I could serve them some Halloween meals.

Doodlehead from Northern California on October 28, 2012:

Looks pretty yummy to me!

aykianink on October 27, 2012:

Very deserved Hub of the Day. Wow. Good stuff:-)

MooN from Pakistan on October 27, 2012:

very nice and interesting article. Congrulation on the Hub of the Day Award

Denise Handlon from North Carolina on October 27, 2012:

Congratulations on the HOTD award! Cool :)

Kitty Fields from Summerland on October 27, 2012:

This was inventive, unique, and super fun! Voted as such. :)

Patty Inglish MS from USA and Asgardia, the First Space Nation on October 27, 2012:

All of these recipes are pretty clever and I bet they are really good with the raspberry jam. Rated Up and more.

Marites Mabugat-Simbajon from Toronto, Ontario on October 27, 2012:

Mama Kim! Congratulations to this hub treat! This is just no Halloween Treats, it is great for any time of the day. My girls would love these and me too!

DreamerMeg from Northern Ireland on October 27, 2012:

Totally gruesome - the kids will love it!

Madison Gardiner. from Denver, Colorado on October 27, 2012:

This is absolutely wonderful! I want to make ALL of them!

Patricia Scott from North Central Florida on October 27, 2012:

Congratulations on hub of the day. These are just in time for fun...lots of parties going on and these will be a hit for sure.The theme for my eldest grandson's party is Zombies so I will be making some of these for sure.

DS Duby from United States, Illinois on October 27, 2012:

BRAINS! BRAINS!..... Let me eat your braaaaaaaiiiiiiins!. I love it I' going to make some of these dishes right now! voted up, awesome, interesting, useful, and I'm bookmarking and saving as well. great job.

Gail Sobotkin from South Carolina on October 27, 2012:

Congrats on earning HOTD for these clever, treats that are disgustingly perfect for a spooky Halloween party.

My favorite was the severed toasted fingers.

Voted up across the board and rated 5 stars.

lovedoctor926 on October 27, 2012:

The flesh pancakes look delicious! I will try this. thanks. awesome!

Nell Rose from England on October 27, 2012:

They look delicious but sound disgusting! haha! brilliant, happy halloween! well nearly!

Lucy Jones from Scandinavia on October 27, 2012:

So much fun here, with a bit of a shiver - thanks for sharing.

Ms. Immortal from NJ on October 27, 2012:

So much fun. I love the brains, I think I'll try it.Thanks.

CZCZCZ from Oregon on October 27, 2012:

Love the Halloween foods, great ideas and concepts. Nice job on earning hub of the day for this article.

Michelle Liew from Singapore on October 27, 2012:

WTG Sasha! Great HOTD!

Ishwaryaa Dhandapani from Chennai, India on October 27, 2012:

A smart hub filled with creative recipe ideas suitable for upcoming Halloween. Apart from your clever ideas, you also pointed out the inclusion of breakfast which is indeed important. Congrats on the 2nd HOTD! Way to go!

Thanks for SHARING. Useful, Awesome & Interesting. Voted up

Mike Robbers from London on October 27, 2012:

Congratulations Sasha on HOTD! Well deserved :)

Your recipes and ideas are really creepy indeed, but seem so delicious and yummy.. especially the fresh pancakes

5 stars, shared and pinned!

Shasta Matova from USA on October 27, 2012:

Wow, these are very clever and creepy ideas. Great photos too. Voted up. Congratulations on HOTD.

JRickert on October 27, 2012:

Clever ideas!

Nettlemere from Burnley, Lancashire, UK on October 27, 2012:

These are really clever - I think I'd struggle to eat them for being too realistic!

Carly Sullens from St. Louis, Missouri on October 27, 2012:

Awesome hub. I am so glad you made HOTD. Congratulations.

Eric salas from facebook on October 27, 2012:

Can i try it

Eiddwen from Wales on October 27, 2012:

Wow what a great hub for me to save in my recipe book .

Thanks for sharing and enjoy your weekend.

Eddy.

Linda Bilyeu from Orlando, FL on October 27, 2012:

A spooktacular hub Sasha! Congrats on HOTD!

Mary Hyatt from Florida on October 27, 2012:

Congrats on HOTD! I love you ideas here. You are so creative. My favorite is the fingers.

My family will love this.

I voted this UP, etc. and will share. I also Pinned to my recipe board.

Thelma Alberts from Germany on October 27, 2012:

Congratulations! This is an awesome idea for Halloween. I will definitely try the bacon "skins" and the pancakes. Thanks for sharing. I enjoyed reading it.

Nira Perkins on October 27, 2012:

Those are awesome ideas. Great job on this and grats on Hub of the Day! Very creative :)

Becky Katz from Hereford, AZ on October 27, 2012:

My grandchildren will be spending the evening with us. Breakfast for dinner is always fun and I think I will give this a try. They will enjoy it a lot. I hope it does not give them nightmares. Heeheehee. Congrats on a great HOTD.

Shampa Sadhya from NEW DELHI, INDIA on October 27, 2012:

Voted up and awesome!

Congratulations!

I enjoyed your ideas and recipes are yummy. I am fond of pancakes so definitely I will give it a try. Undoubtedly a great hub, sharing and pinning!

Suzanne Ridgeway from Dublin, Ireland on October 27, 2012:

Hi Sasha!

Congrats on a well deserved HOTD!!!

Delighted for you, this is an excellent hub on zombie breakfast ideas! So creative and very effective - the brain eggs, fingers and flesh pancakes are so tasty looking but do look scary at the same time! Love your thinking outside the box! VU, more and shared!! :-)

Kalpana Iyer from India on October 27, 2012:

They all seem scary and yum at the same time especially the flesh pancakes! Congrats on getting hub of the day. Well deserved!

Sonia Sood from Mumbai on October 27, 2012:

Of course... those look deliciously creepy... Pinned!

dobo700 from Australia on October 23, 2012:

Very cool, will have to give these ago :)

Chen on October 19, 2012:

Oh, those are so cute, what great ideas. I never knew pancakes could be so creepy looking. Great hub.

livingsta from United Kingdom on October 16, 2012:

So so interesting, I am sure the kids will be happy when served surprise food like these on Halloween. Thank you for sharing your ideas, Voted up, interesting and sharing!!!

Rajan Singh Jolly from From Mumbai, presently in Jalandhar, INDIA. on October 16, 2012:

Sasha, these are creepy looking foods very suited to a halloween party. I especially loved the toasted severed fingers and the scrambled brains. Great pictures. Voted all up & across. Shared and pinned.

Alissa Roberts from Normandy, TN on October 15, 2012:

Love the spooky Halloween breakfast foods! I am sure my boys will enjoy some fried skin and scrambled brains :) Thanks so much for including a link to my craft hub! Voted up and over and will be sharing!

Denise Handlon from North Carolina on October 14, 2012:

Oh, I love the creativity and gruesomeness of these breakfast foods. Cool! Rated up/I/A/U and funny, hee hee. Sharing...

Sasha Kim (author) on October 14, 2012:

M.J. Thank you for your great support ^_^ Why no brains? Do you just not like eggs or is the thought too gross for you? lol If it's the thought you'd be in the same boat as my husband ^_^

mjkearn on October 14, 2012:

Hi Mama

Great job love this. Flesh cakes, fingers and the fried skin no problem but the brains I'd have to pass on.

Love your creativity. Voted and ticked.

MJ.

Sasha Kim (author) on October 13, 2012:

Alicia, Thank you for your wonderful comment! ^_^ I love the brains too... hehe. My husband had a hard time eating them, he had to close his eyes, lol.

Sasha Kim (author) on October 13, 2012:

Nanderson, Thank you so much for all the support ^_^ Fun and Healthy-er... ^_^

Sasha Kim (author) on October 13, 2012:

Michellle, Thank you so much ^_^ Your fantastic and I hope you enjoy eating Flesh and brains, lol.

Linda Crampton from British Columbia, Canada on October 13, 2012:

I love your creative ideas, Sasha! Making and eating these Halloween breakfast foods would be so much fun, especially with children in the family. My favorite is the brain - it looks very realistic!

nanderson500 from Seattle, WA on October 13, 2012:

These treats would help make any Halloween party fun! Nice job. Voted up, interesting, and shared.

Michelle Liew from Singapore on October 13, 2012:

Trust you to make a Creepy breakfast delicious, Sasha! Am getting down to preparing these soon. Thanks for the delicious let in! Am sharing and pinning.

Sasha Kim (author) on October 13, 2012:

Carol, Thank you! I appreciate your wonderful support ^_^

Sasha Kim (author) on October 13, 2012:

Abby, Thank you for your lovely comment ^_^ I love your visits! Paying attention to the little details of a holiday is what can make it truly memorable ^_^

carol stanley from Arizona on October 13, 2012:

I had fun reading about all the scary foods. Great hub and fabulous photos. Vote UP and share.

Abby from Ireland on October 13, 2012:

Scary food never looked so yummy! Fab article, I love the fun side of Halloween :D I'd never thought of a scary breakfast before ;-)

Sasha Kim (author) on October 12, 2012:

Thank you Mary ^_^ It's so fun to eat creepy food!

Mary from From the land of Chocolate Chips,and all other things sweet. on October 12, 2012:

What a cool hub, I love the idea of a Halloween themed breakfast.

Sasha Kim (author) on October 12, 2012:

Janine, Thank you so much ^_^ I really hope your hubby and girls get a kick out of it ^_^ I didn't realize how squeamish my hubby was until I fed him these... lol!

Sasha Kim (author) on October 12, 2012:

Georgie, Thanks for commenting ^_^ Who doesn't love scrambled brains and fried skin? ppsshh.. I know I do! ^_^

Sasha Kim (author) on October 12, 2012:

Bill, Thank you Thank you! Aw... the pancakes are my favorite... but your right, they were scrumptious!

Sasha Kim (author) on October 12, 2012:

Terrye, Thank you ^_^ I saw the link, Awesome ^_^ just like you!

Sasha Kim (author) on October 12, 2012:

Donnah, I completely agree with you! It's our job as parents to make sure our kids have memories worth remembering ^_^ Thank you for commenting and for your vote

Sasha Kim (author) on October 12, 2012:

Thank you for your lovely comment Susan ^_^ I love making a whole day out of it!

Sasha Kim (author) on October 12, 2012:

Veronica, Thank your for your fantastic support! My husband had trouble eating the brains as well! lol he had to close his eyes ^_^

Janine Huldie from New York, New York on October 12, 2012:

Oh thank you Sasha for the link back. This article and these recipes are awesome and have pinned to try for this Halloween for my family :) :) And of course voted and shared all over!!

Georgie Lowery from North Florida on October 12, 2012:

These look awesome! We've got five kids here, and I'm sure they'll love the scrambled brains and fried skin. :D

Bill Holland from Olympia, WA on October 12, 2012:

I love your creativity, Sasha! These are great, but those pancakes don't look scary, they look delicious. Linking to mine....great suggestions!

Terrye Toombs from Somewhere between Heaven and Hell without a road map. on October 12, 2012:

Love this idea! And thank you for linking to me! Added back! :) And shared!

Donna Hilbrandt from Upstate New York on October 12, 2012:

It is always fun to theme the whole day and create meals that can make the day exciting. Doing this with kids will help create lasting memories. Voted up.

Susan Zutautas from Ontario, Canada on October 12, 2012:

Creepy indeed but all of these food would be fun for Halloween.

Veronica Roberts from Ohio, USA on October 12, 2012:

How fun! I love the ideas & recipes! I don't know that I could eat the "brains"! hehe

Voted up, useful, awesome, & pinned!

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