Thursday, October 2, 2014

Knuckle Sandwich S'mores

It's amazing how a bag of simple red chocolates and a harmless bag of gummy fingers and feet can transform a warm and fuzzy campfire staple into

a gory, grisly, blood soaked mess. 

Perfect for a holiday where

the more revolting things are the better,

 although these s'mores are unconventional and a little disturbing...

Sinking your teeth into fingers and toes have never tasted so good!


graham crackers
1 package of chocolate bars
1 bag of red chocolate melts
1 bag of gummy body parts


As I've said before,I'm not a fan of using fire to warm and melt my S'mores. I just take a cookie sheet and do the following:
1. Preheat your oven to 350 degrees
2. Split graham crackers into 2 halves, take your chocolate bars and break them into graham cracker size pieces. Place the marshmallow on top of the chocolate bar  and place them  onto a baking sheet.

3. Pour your red chocolate melts into a microwave safe bowl and place in the microwave and melt at 30 sec intervals until chocolate is completely melted and set aside.

4. Place your S'mores into the oven for around 1 minute or 2 until toasty.

5. Once chocolate and marshmallow are melted use a spoon and drop and drizzle on your melted red chocolate trying to replicate the ooze and splatter of blood.

6. Next, place on 2 or 3 gummy fingers or toes along the sides of the graham cracker so they will hang along the ends once you place on your top cracker.

7. Now place other 1/2 of graham cracker on top of all your goodness. Press lightly to flatten marshmallows. Now it's time to enjoy a terribly gruesome treat!


Alexis AKA MOM said...

Brilliant! My boys would LOVE if I made those!

chica chocolatina said...

Thanks Alexis, you should make them for your boys...they are super easy to make and they can help too!

Unknown said...

What a fantastic idea! I've never ever EVER seen any other Halloween treat like this before. Pinning for sure :)

chica chocolatina said...

Thanks Nicola!...they kind of freaked me out looking at them...but I love them too!...

Rachel said...

These made me laugh so hard! Thank you so much for linking these up with Mouthwatering Mondays. Wonderful!

Unknown said...

These are hilarious!! Love it! I'd love it if you would link them up at my Halloween Linky {link is in my sidebar}

Natasha in Oz said...

Thanks for sharing this fun Halloween recipe at the Say G'day linky party. I've just shared this post on Pinterest, Twitter & Facebook.

Best wishes,
Natasha in Oz

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