You have seen in countless movies people getting shot in dramatic action sequences and a stream of fake blood pops out of the wo...
You have seen in countless movies people getting shot in dramatic action sequences and a stream of fake blood pops out of the wounded place Or in Gore-themed Halloween parties where people apply edible fake blood all over their bodies, like they have got a merciless beating or they’re the undead.
Anyway, if you have been playing bloody scenes with our siblings using ketchup, then now is the time to get some realistic blood to freak everybody out.
With these recipes, you will be able to create fake blood that looks real and is also edible.
Measure and place each of the ingredients into the blender. This makes one full batch of fake blood that you can use and eat. You'll need:
Put the lid on the blender and blitz it for about 30 seconds, so the ingredients combine and forms smooth fake blood. It may help to pause after 15 seconds and blitz the fake blood again. This will ensure that any lumps of cocoa powder or cornstarch are blended out.
If you don't have a blender, you could use a large food processor.
Remove the blender lid and dip a spoon into the fake blood to check the color. Drizzle some of the fake blood onto a white paper towel to get the best idea of the color. If you need to adjust the color, you can add more red food coloring, chocolate syrup, or cocoa powder.
For example, if the fake blood looks too pink or pale, add a few drops of red food coloring and blend it again. Or if the fake blood looks too bright red, add some more chocolate syrup or powder and blend it again.
If you'd like thicker fake blood that's a little globby, add extra corn syrup. For extra thick fake blood, you could double the amount of corn syrup. Keep in mind that you may need to add extra red food coloring, since it will be diluted.
If you don't want to use corn syrup, you could substitute golden syrup.
Pour 1 cup (240 ml) of water into a blender or food processor. Measure out 3 1/2 cups (16 ounces or 453 g) of powdered sugar and add it to the blender.
Put the lid on the blender and blend the water and powdered sugar for about 30 seconds. The powdered sugar should completely dissolve in the water.
You may need to pulse the mixture to break up any clumps of powdered sugar.
Pour 1 ounce (2 tablespoons) of red food coloring into the blender. Put the lid on it and pulse the blender until the dye is blended into the mixture. Add 1 tablespoon of cocoa powder and blitz the fake blood again.
The cocoa will help the fake blood thicken a little and will make it turn a more realistic shade of red.
Remove the lid from the blender and dip a spoon into the fake blood. Drip the fake blood onto a paper towel, so you can get a better idea of what the color looks like. Add more red food coloring or cocoa powder to get the color you want.
You can transfer the fake blood to a squeeze bottle and squirt it when you're ready to use it. Just store it in the refrigerator until you need it.
In a small sauce pot pour 1 cup (240 ml) of water into it. Add 1 tablespoon of flour into the water and whisk the mixture to break up any lumps. Try to dissolve the flour in the water.
If you don't have a whisk, you can use a fork to quickly combine the water and flour.
Turn the heat on to high until it begins to boil. One it's bubbling, turn the heat down to medium-low. It should only bubble a little. Simmer the mixture for 30 minutes. Turn off the heat and let it cool.
Cooking the flour and water mixture will make your fake blood thick.
Pour 2 tablespoons of red food coloring into the cooled flour and water mixture. Whisk or stir the red food coloring until the color is completely mixed into the thick mixture.
You can add more red food coloring for a brighter shade of fake blood.
Let it settle and you’ve got yourself some super realistic fake blood!
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