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Vampire Blood Strawberry Floats

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How fun and spooky are these ridiculously easy, Vampire Blood Strawberry Floats? Super simple, super fun and edible blood, making for a fun treat anytime.

This post/recipe was created for #HalloweenTreatsWeek! I was sent samples by some of the sponsor companies but as always opinions are 100% mine.

Vampire Blood Strawberry Floats

It’s day 3 of #HalloweenTreatsWeek, and I’ve brought along these delicious but slightly gory Vampire Blood Strawberry Floats.

These are literally a basic, but very delicious Strawberry Float, with homemade edible vampire blood.

They are so much fun at a teen party which was when we last made them.

Now we have a toddler and he just liked how it all tasted and didn’t really see them as gory. Not a bad thing.

Vampire Blood Strawberry Floats

It really just comes down to the homemade edible blood, because the rest of this fun treat is pretty standard.

A simple strawberry float, that could be changed to be almost anything berry – want Cherry? That’ll work too!

Just a really easy, but fun Halloween Treat that appeals to almost any age.

Vampire Blood Strawberry Floats

You can definitely get a bit more gory and use more blood. When we made these the first time, we had the blood dripping down the glass and covering a lot of the top of the float.

I didn’t do that this time, because it was a treat for Carsyn and as I’ve mentioned before, he is not into spooky or scary. But we still like to do fun and festive things, so this was perfect.

Vampire Blood Strawberry Floats

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Vampire Blood Strawberry Floats

Vampire Blood Strawberry Floats

Yield: 2 Vampire Blood Strawberry Floats
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 10 minutes

How fun and spooky are these ridiculously easy, Vampire Blood Strawberry Floats? Super simple, super fun and edible blood, making for a fun treat anytime.

Ingredients

For Floats

  • 2 cups strawberry ice cream, divided
  • 1 cup soda (we used a clear cream soda)

For Edible Vampire Blood

  • ½ cup corn syrup
  • Adam's Extracts red food coloring
  • Adam's Extracts blue food coloring

Instructions

  1. Divide the strawberry ice cream between two glasses.
  2. Gently pour in your clear/white soda of choice.
  3. In a small bowl, stir together the corn syrup and 5 drops of red food coloring. Mix until incorporated. Add red food coloring until you get the desired color you want.
  4. Add 1 or 2 drops of blue food coloring until you get that blood color we are all familiar with. Stir everything well and drizzle over the top. Try to get some down the sides, etc.
  5. For fun, add a pair of vampire teeth and then drizzle more blood over the top.
  6. Serve immediately.

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