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Sink Your Fangs Into This Bloody-Good Vampire Party Menu

Eat, drink, and be merry is a saying that means a little something different for vampires. These creatures of the night may crave the taste of fresh, hot blood, but you can capture their spirit in a toned-down menu that your human guests will actually enjoy eating. These dishes may look a bit creepy, but even squeamish party-goers won't be able to resist their flavor.

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Bloody Torture Shots

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Sure, there may be no actual blood involved in these pomegranate-vodka "bloody torture" shots, but their eerie red hue is still plenty creepy. Prefer something savory? Bloody Marys are also perfectly in line with the theme.

Almond-Garlic Gazpacho

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Everyone knows vampires fear nothing quite like the sharp scent of garlic. This rich, creamy almond and garlic gazpacho will have guests satisfied while keeping any night-lurkers at bay.

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"Bloody" Pomegranate Shrimp

Image Source: Heather Cristo

A sweet drizzle of pomegranate glaze is the perfect faux-bloody topping for a bowl of warm shrimp and rice. Your friends will never believe that "blood" could be so beautiful.

Vampire Fang Cookies

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Unleash your inner Count (or Countess) Dracula with these sweet cookies that will leave party-goers dying for just one more bite. These sweet morsels are a fang-tastic way to finish off your meal.

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