THEME



Icky Intestines

Ingredients:

1 pound (400 grams) packaged puff pastry
1 recipe of guacamole (or filling of choice)
1 egg, beaten
food coloring and a small paint brush

Preparation:

Preheat oven to 375ºF/190ºC.
Line a baking sheet with parchment.
Now, you’ll need to cut your pastry into long rectangular strips and paste them together (brush a little beaten egg and press down–it doesn’t matter if it’s not perfect, after baking, the seams don’t show anyway) to form a loooooong strip of dough.
Spread your filling down the entire center of the dough, leaving a bit of space on each side to pinch closed.
Brush the edges with a little egg and pinch the whole thing closed.
Carefully lift the intestine onto the baking sheet and form an intestine looking thing, rolling it over so the pinched edge is on the bottom.
Brush the pastry with beaten egg.
Dip your small brush into some red food coloring (I added a little blue, too, to get a darker color) and paint on the “blood.”
Bake for about 20 minutes, just until golden, but not overly brown.

I’m hoping to get pics of the process when I make this this year to give you a better picture of what I’m explaining rather badly in words. lmao

Enjoy! And try not to scare the pants off of your guests! Unless, you know, you’re into that sort of thing.

Icky Intestines

Ingredients:

1 pound (400 grams) packaged puff pastry
1 recipe of guacamole (or filling of choice)
1 egg, beaten
food coloring and a small paint brush

Preparation:

Preheat oven to 375ºF/190ºC.
Line a baking sheet with parchment.
Now, you’ll need to cut your pastry into long rectangular strips and paste them together (brush a little beaten egg and press down–it doesn’t matter if it’s not perfect, after baking, the seams don’t show anyway) to form a loooooong strip of dough.
Spread your filling down the entire center of the dough, leaving a bit of space on each side to pinch closed.
Brush the edges with a little egg and pinch the whole thing closed.
Carefully lift the intestine onto the baking sheet and form an intestine looking thing, rolling it over so the pinched edge is on the bottom.
Brush the pastry with beaten egg.
Dip your small brush into some red food coloring (I added a little blue, too, to get a darker color) and paint on the “blood.”
Bake for about 20 minutes, just until golden, but not overly brown.

I’m hoping to get pics of the process when I make this this year to give you a better picture of what I’m explaining rather badly in words. lmao

Enjoy! And try not to scare the pants off of your guests! Unless, you know, you’re into that sort of thing.

+Halloween;  +halloween treats;  +food ideas;  +halloween party ideas;  
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