Icky Intestines Bread will make your Boo Bash super ghoulish. Plus it's yummy.
If you know me at all, you know that I am obsessed with Halloween. We go a little spooktacular crazy over here. My decorations are kind of over the top, and every year we add more. This year we have a life-size skeleton climbing up the 2nd story of our house. There's a motion-activated ghost that swoops down out of the trees and over my driveway when you walk in from the street.
We have a smoke machine. Spooky lights. Paper bats that fly from the fireplace and across the dining room. Two huge spiders that get relocated on a regular basis. And pumpkins galore!!
We have a Halloween party before the actual Trick-or-Treat Day. Costumes are a must.
But I have a confession: I have never been very excellent about having spooky food! This year I am TRYING to do better. So far I have shared this Bloody Good Cheesecake (a centerpiece cake if I ever saw one!), and these Death by Chocolate Brownies. They are insanely rich and look like a cemetery.
That cheesecake recipe is as close as I have ever come to making spooky gross food, mostly because the hot dogs that look like fingers and the noodles that look like worms really gross me out. Like… really.
But in my internet searches I came across this fun puff-pastry-intestine idea that looked spooky enough to satisfy my Halloween needs, but not so gross that I don't want to eat it.
I *think* the original recipe was meant to be savory, but I'm not positive. I never actually found more than a few photos and descriptions. So I invented the sweet breakfast version of an Icky Intestine Bread Recipe! Fitting since my main gig here at Food Fanatic is breakfast recipes.
I took the puff pastry and filled it with sweetened cream cheese and raspberry sauce. Then I wound it all up in 2 pans, made it look like intestines, spooned more raspberry sauce in the spaces and gaps for the guts-factor, and baked!
The result is this completely delicious pan of Danish-like pastry that is perfect for your spooky breakfast or as a sweet treat at the end of your haunted meal.
We're having a Boo Bash here on Food Fanatic! If you're planning a Halloween party this year, we've got plenty of recipes to make your little ghouls and goblins scream with delight. From Icky Intestine Bread to Candy Apples, we've got your every party treat covered.
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