Recipes Theatrical events, videos, and vampire LARPs (not to mention the occasional sick leave) can rely on the use of fake blood to impart realism to a scene. Here's a few recipes you might like to use if you ever find yourself in need of blood, and don't want to get it the hard way.
Realistic looking Blood with a gentle mint flavor. Clear Blood which looks excellent in a Wine Glass. Chocolate Blood More realistic than you'd think! Decadent Chocolate Blood - a sinfully sweet and thick recipe Gore Blood with a jelly consistancy which helps it stay put. Buckets o' Blood for bulk use. Buckets o' Blood 2 using a gelatin base.
When I saw this thread I was kind of hoping it would give me something I could send to school with my daughter for classroom snacks. Last year we pealed a watermelon and carved it to look like a brain. We also made bread sticks that looked like bones and brought a gallon of milk with green food coloring mixed in, so it looked like slime.
Maybe the chocolate syrup one--and we can have them mix it with milk to make a blood shake?
I plan to dip donut holes in white chocolate and "paint" them to look like eyeballs. That goes well with blood shakes, don't you think?