• Dried Cherry Scabs

    Serve your guests the very best, fresh scabs! This eerie looking treat is actually a healthy choice for your festive table

    dried cherries, Currants or dried Cranberries
    Toothpick & small "sign" to label
    (could adapt and use dried currants or dried cranberries)

    Yes, another nasty name for an otherwise mediocre dried fruit...but call them "scabs" and all of a sudden, people shudder when they eat them.

    By the way, if you're looking for a fun addition to a costume, wash an area well (arm or back of hand) apply a few "scabs", cover with fresh, clean gauze. Then, when your intended victim
    is nearby, declare, "I'm so hungry I could eat my own scabs", ripback the bandage and dig in, eating them right off your arm! Works especially well on teachers . . .
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