Friday, October 08, 2010
Brilliant! Blood Slide Candy
When I followed the link from Sweet Obsessed to Waylou to forkable I found the brilliant mind and steady hand behind these Dexter inspired candy blood slides. Naturally I asked to do a shout out. Funny story, these were originally inspired by Martha Stewart lollipops.
Shout—you are the goddess of creepy candy Andrea Newberry—Out. You know, I find the edible serial killer trophies more elegant than creepy. Andrea made them last year and is a bloody treasure trove of macabre treats. She told me today that she's working on a "rotten and bloody lasagna" recipe for this Halloween.
In a Nutshell (or slide box):
This recipe calls for sugar, corn syrup, red food dye, parchment paper or a baking mat, and a toothpick or skewer to paint on the "blood." You're making candy, spreading it thin, and cutting it with a hot knife. Then you cool it and decorate with red dye.
Andrea had trouble finding a fancy wooden slide box like Dexter Morgan's, but I think this slide kit container works well. She suggests serving with tweezers or latex gloves.
For the step by step on this sweet bio hazard click here.
Andrea also has a Halloween Bootcamp at the Forkable Kitchen in Chicago on October 16 from noon - 3 pm. The Halloween Treats Baking Class includes Crunchy Eyeball Bars, Witches Finger Cookies, Ghosts on a Stick, and the inimitable Blood Slides. The class might be full by the time you read this, but why not check it out here anyway.
More Temptations From forkable
⚉ Bloody Cracked Brain Cake
⚈ Eye Deal Cannibal Cookies
⚉ Marshmallow Ghosts
⚈ Mexican Aniseed Shortbread Finger Cookies
⚉ Frightening flickr set
The photos, idea, and Blood Slide Sucker recipe belong to and are courtesy of Andrea Newberry and forkable.
Dished by jMo on Friday, October 08, 2010