7 Truly Terrifying Halloween Treats We Dare You to Click Through Without Dry Heaving

Peeled-grape eyeballs and spaghetti hair? Child’s play. Here are 10 grotesque, impressively unappetizing All Halloween sweets that probably taste pretty awesome if you can, you know, not puke at the sight of them. Click IF YOU DARE.

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Mouthwatering Meets Vomit-Inducing

Peeled-grape eyeballs and spaghetti hair? Child’s play. Here are 10 grotesque, impressively unappetizing All Halloween sweets that probably taste pretty awesome if you can, you know, not puke at the sight of them. Click IF YOU DARE.

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Dismembered Chocolate Hands

If you’ve ever looked at a zombie and thought “I wanna eat that,” you can thank food artist Kate Haigh (a.k.a. Miss Cakehead) for creating chocolate molds of her hands, filling them with rum, and then Walking Dead-ifying them.

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Injury Cupcakes

These adorable snacks from Cake Revolution come in five flavors: vampire bite, stitched gash, claw slash, bullet wound, and nasty burn.

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Ogre Sputum Push Pops

Mmm...monster medical waste. Mix clotted cream, rice pudding, apple jelly, and raspberry coulis to make these little biohazards. 

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Unleash the Kraken

The Kraken Mouth cake from UK-based bakery Heartache Cakes contains tons of sharp chompers to, er, chomp on.

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Dissecting Dexter

To honor everyone's favorite show about slicing up bad people, Miss Cakehead baked this spooky, life-size Michael C. Hall.

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Rice Krispie Skinless Face Appetizer

Because everyone knows faces taste WAY better without the skin.

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Larvae Extraction Cupcakes

These fleshy cupcakes from Twisted Fondant come with tweezers and latex gloves for removing larvae and squeezing out decadent, mango-flavored pus. Hurl.

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