It’s Halloween and you need an eeewy hit for your creepy party. Well, gory ones, give these the evil eye: Glow-in-the-Dark Eyeball Jelly Shots!
Ever since my nephew learned to do the evil eye when he was about a year old, strange looks like that give me the creeps.
Picture it – a cute cuddly babe in a high chair, all grins and giggles. But on command (“Do the evil eye!”), he morphs in a nanosecond and stares you down with one ghoulish eyeball literally popping out of its socket and the other shaded by a furrowed brow.
This literally melted a room of normally normal and rather reserved adults into a hot mess of laughing idiots. Sadistic, I know.
But in the spirit of Happy Halloween partiers, sans the baby entertainer, we found this idea on the ‘net and gave it a spooky spin with a black light and some vodka.
These Glow-in-the-Dark Eyeball Jelly Shots are evil looking, alright. Seriously creepy peepies. But they’re a ridiculously easy way to blast that blah bash into a straight up monster mash.
Here are the deets:
Step 1: Grab 8 "ice ball" molds. You can find these at kitchen stores. (Trays with rounded ice cubes work too -- and make more.)
Even more ghastly: Add red-icing for a bloodshot eyeball look.
Eeewy gooey eyeballs … down the hatch! (Oh gag!)
Make ‘em for the Kiddos?
Sure! You can make these for a kid party, too. But, paaaleeeze omit the vodka and replace it with white grape juice. And maybe forget about the bloodshot thing too, unless you’ve got teens in the house — then go ahead – make their day.