Edible Fake Blood Recipes

Hey, ya’ll I know it has been a little bit since I have posted on the site! But I bet you understand the holiday season, full of joy and cheer. But also very full of time being used! Before Christmas came around I posted a video making edible fake blood, which you can find on my YouTube channel, Edible Fake Blood Video, go over there to get more of a visual tutorial. To accompany that I am bringing you the recipes! From Stage Blood to deep ooey gooey scab blood! Stay tuned for a comparison to different mehron bloods, but until then lets get into and all the way around these recipes! To understand all of these blood types, go check out my other post, A Beginners Guide To Special Effects Makeup.

Stage Blood

  • 2 C. Corn syrup
  • 2 Tbs. Condensed milk
  • Red Food Dye (till you are pleased)
  • 2 drop: Yellow food Dye
  • 1 drop: Blue Food Dye (Optional, for darker blood)
  • Mint Extract (Optional: to keep the flies away)
  • Water ( Until it is the consistency you would like)
  1. Combine all, in order from the first ingredient to the last. Then add water to get consistency you would like.

Scab Blood (Aloe Vera)

So this recipe is not edible, but that does not take away from the fact that it makes for a great congealed blood. Although you may not be able to use this in your mouth, don’t be afraid to use everywhere else. Bloody hair, maybe?

  • 1/2 Cup Aloe Vera
  • 1 tsp. Chocolate syrup
  • Red Food Dye (till you are pleased)
  • Yellow Food Dye
  • 1 drop: Blue Food Dye
  1. Combine all until you are satisfied with the look.

Scab Blood (Gelatin)

  • 2 Cups Corn Syrup
  • 2 Cups Water
  • 1 Tbs. chocolate syrup
  • Red Food dye (till you are pleased)
  • Yellow Food Dye
  • 1 drop Blue Food Dye
  • 2 packets Knox Gelatin
  1. Combine everything from the corn syrup to the gelatin. Combine well.
  2. In increments of 30 seconds, put in the microwave until the liquid is hot and the gelatin is dissolved!
  3. Leave On counter to cool down, then put in fridge overnight to completely set
  4. You do not need to reheat this product to use on skin.

Remember, don’t forget to check out the video, Edible fake blood video, to see how they turn out and how it can help in application!


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