10. Jessica’s Severed Toes in a Blanket
Jessica Hamby, the rebellious vampire equivalent of a teenager who already knows everything. If she wants to sulkily munch on someone toes, be prepared for a lot of whining if you say no. From Woman’s Day comes this fun recipe. Click here to see it!
9. Bill’s Bony Bites
Bill Compton is the vampire bad boy with a heart of gold. These bony bites were probably delicacies during his days in the Civil War scrounging for food. From Martha Stewart’s website click here to check it out!
8. Sookie’s Spider Eggs
Sookie Stackhouse, your local diner’s telepathic waitress and introvert. True she has trouble forming relationships. But with blood that delicious, vampire boyfriends don’t care. This deviled egg recipe in particular has a delicious touch of creepiness. This recipe is from the website She Knows.
7. Eric’s Marshmallow Spiders
Eric Northman, the Swedish vampire sheriff and senior citizen eye candy of Bon Temps, Louisiana. When you’ve been alive as long as he has, nothing fazes you. Not even spiders crawling all over your hot chocolate. From Delish comes this fun and easy decorative touch. Click here to see it.
6. Willa’s Witches Broom
Willa Burrell is one of Eric’s vampires and undead family friends. Her fun dish is in both Spanish and English. Scroll down the page to get to the English version. From the website Cocinando con Catman comes of this clever recipe!
5. Jason’s Pretzel Pumpkins
Jason Stackhouse is Sookie’s brother. While he isn’t the sharpest tool in the shed, he certainly is popular with the ladies! This childlike recipe recipe is from The Spruce Eats.
4. Tara’s Tête de Zombie (Zombie Heads)
Tara Thornton is a waitress, cage fighter, and vampire lover. One of the scarier dishes on our list, this recipe comes from Not Martha.
3. Sam’s Severed Hand Pies
When you’re a shapeshifting bar owner in a town full of flesh-eating monsters, well yeah, a severed hand in pie happens from time to time. From Just a Taste comes this tasty recipe, click here to see it!
2. Pam’s Poison Apples
The ever cynical yet beautiful vampire Pamela Swynford de Beaufort a.k.a. “Pam” is the madame of the local brothel. And a poisoned apple a day keeps the annoying customers away. This recipe is from Simply Delicious Food.
1. Alcide’s Jack-O’-Lantern Peppers
Shocker here, another handsome badboy monster but this time in the form of a werewolf! Alcide Herveaux quick and fun stuffed peppers work great when they’re orange. From Thanksgiving.com comes this recipe.