Make Fake Edible Halloween Blood.

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Introduction: Make Fake Edible Halloween Blood.

Whats halloween without fake blood..? Werewolfs, zombies and vampires, you cant have a good costume without some good fake blood.
This is the recipe I use for edible fake blood.
You can use it on your fake zombie bites or vampire fangs or just decorate your wall to make it look like a murder scene..!
You could also splash it over some sweets or buns and stuff so that your trick or treaters get a fright..
And its pretty nice tasting to so you could just use it as a drink or in your halloween cooking..:)

Step 1: Make Fake Edible Halloween Blood.

Unless your local store has been taken over by mindless zombies these are pretty easy to find.
-golden syrup
-chocolate syrup
-red food colouring
-blue food colouring
-green food colouring
-water

Step 2: Make Fake Edible Halloween Blood.

Take one part golden syrup (I used my trusty shot glass to measure) and mix it with 3 parts water.
Make sure that its well mixed.

Step 3: Add the Colour.

Add the red food colouring to get the desired shade you want.
Remember that arterial blood is bright red and venous blood is a darker more purple blood.
Add green or blue to get a darker shade of blood.
Dont add to much blue because if it goes purple im pretty sure you cant go back so you'll have to start again.

Step 4: Thicken the Blood

So at this stage the blood is pretty thin and for your fake blood to be realistic. It cant be to thick (unless you want it as a paste) and it cant be to thin.
Try to get it somwhere in the middle..:)
Add the chocolate syrup to thickin up the blood.
This also adds flavour so use as much as you want. But again get it somewhere in the middle.

Step 5: Finished Blood.

So once you have the blood to the thickness and colour you want your done.:) Its safe for kids too because its edible and actually tastes pretty nice.
You can use it for anything you want
-decorate the house
-fake blood for costumes
-and for stage blood or pictures just make the blood alot brighter because it wont look the same shade on camera..

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    17 Discussions

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    clewis21
    clewis21

    4 years ago

    I think I'll try the maple syrup because I already have it. I've heard some use corn syrup. Cool idea.

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    marcoarizpuro123
    marcoarizpuro123

    Reply 4 years ago

    Can this be put in the refrigerator over night?

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    marcoarizpuro123
    marcoarizpuro123

    4 years ago

    Can this be put in the refrigerator over night?

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    sharvey1
    sharvey1

    5 years ago

    Does it dry, or stay sticky and wet? How's the color after drying?

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    cmamos23
    cmamos23

    5 years ago

    I don't think I can find golden syrup. Where did you get it?

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    laeryl
    laeryl

    Reply 5 years ago

    You can use light corn syrup. Just adjust your food coloring

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    limer_10
    limer_10

    Reply 5 years ago

    Its popular here.:) Try maple syrup.? That should be pretty similar.? Let me know how it turns out!! :)

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    Maxtorres9
    Maxtorres9

    5 years ago

    What if you dont have any choclate syrup

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    limer_10
    limer_10

    Reply 5 years ago on Introduction

    Im not sure.? experiment with different things and let me no how it turns out.

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    ashleyjlong
    ashleyjlong

    5 years ago on Introduction

    Nice easy recipe and it ended up looking so real! Good point about photos at the end there.

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    bcrocker1
    bcrocker1

    5 years ago

    Tiny bits of the chocolate syrup mock erythrocyte clumping... Brilliant!

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    DylanD581
    DylanD581

    5 years ago

    Mmm... I smell a recipe for screams and scares! Do you have to use the golden syrup? I am assuming it is just your ordinary bottle of syrup.

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    limer_10
    limer_10

    Reply 5 years ago on Introduction

    im pretty sure your normal syrup would work to? go for it and let me know how it turns out.!! :)