Halloween Desserts: Monster Guts Recipe

Monster Guts Recipe — October is the one month out of the year where it’s socially acceptable to eat the craziest concoctions of sugar.. My favorite Eats: Monster Guts Recipe!

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October is pretty much the one month out of the year where it’s socially acceptable to eat the craziest concoctions of sugar ever invented. Aside from the fact that the other 11 months of the year don’t really stop me from sugar concoctions, I’m still happy to present my two cents with this monster guts recipe.

Ingredients:

  • 1 container of cool whip
  • Crushed oreos
  • Green food coloring
  • Marshmallows
  • Gummi slugs (I blame Shrek for my thinking slugs are appropriate for this)
  • Bone sprinkles
  • Gel icing
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I’d like to make this sound really exact and important, but basically you just toss everything into the bowl of cool whip and stir. I just added enough green food coloring to give it a nice gut color, if you know what I mean.

Eats: Monster Guts Recipe - Sugar & Cloth - Houston Blogger - DIY - Halloween - Holiday - EntertainingRim your cups with gel icing and then dip them in sprinkles. Spoon in your monster guts and you’re all set!

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7 thoughts on “Halloween Desserts: Monster Guts Recipe”

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  2. This is insanely brilliant! Not that I would eat it (I don’t think my sweet tooth goes that far!), but it looks amazing!

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