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How To Make Fake Eyeballs For Your Creepy Haunted House

Halloween is almost here, and I couldn't be more excited. Between the adorable Halloween costumes that are guaranteed to take over my social media timelines and all of the delicious candies that are flooding the stores, Halloween is probably one of the most excited holidays for me. Though I love all of the store bought candy that causes me to spend all of my money, having some great DIY treats are delightful, too. Included in those tasty DIY treats are fake eyeballs that double as decorations.

When I was first introduced to the fake eyeball treats, I was quite young. Though they didn't scare me, I kept thinking how cool it would be to use those as a prop to scare someone else. As I got a little older and started attending Halloween parties, I saw my thoughts come into formation as fake eyeball treats were used at every single ghoulish gathering and DIY haunted house that I attended.

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Though I've always been told that making them is super easy, I never really thought that I could make it happen. So, this year, I went on a hunt to find out if making them was as easy as everyone claimed. After seeing Bakerella's recipe for fake eyeball cake pops, I just knew it was possible for me to make them and not burn the house down while doing it.

Equipped with an extremely easy recipe to create, these creepy fake eyeballs will have your guests turning into the monsters they come as when they taste them. The best part about these specific ones is that they will be on a stick, so eating them on the go will be even easier. You won't need many ingredients to make this happen, but be sure to grab your edible ink pens to draw your veins and pupils on the eyeball. I mean, because no one wants to eat real ink.

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So, if you're looking for a way to make give your partygoers a frightfully good night, add these fake eyeball cake pops to the menu. If they're like me, they'll make them the first stop when heading down the "Soulless Train" aisle. Get it? "Soulless Train"? Either way, it's sure to be a deathly hit.