Have you ever tried creepypasta? Well Halloween is only 6 months away, so it's just about time you learn how to make it yourself! Today on the show, I'm going to be walking you through the process step-by-step, including the ingredients, so you can make your very own creepypasta. Yum!
So before we tell you what utensils and what ingredients you'll need, let's make one thing very clear: recipes are meant to be followed. You can't complain about your creepypasta not turning out right if you don't follow the instructions to the T. So keep that in mind and don't forget to get creative. Recipes are more just guidelines anyway, so have fun with it to make your very own creepypasta!
What utensils will you need?
- a bowl
- a spoon
- your imagination
What ingredients will you need?
-spider (for garnish)
1. Turn your oven up to 400 degrees F. Then you're going to want to shut it back off, because I forgot that you don't need to bake spaghetti noodles.
2. Put the scary spaghetti in the bowl. Remember the bowl from earlier? Keep in mind, you don't need to use a bowl that looks exactly like that -- any clear blue-tinted glass bowl will do.
3. Put the spooky sauce on the scary spaghetti. Now this is an important step that I often forget about myself. In order to keep this from just being a bowl of scary spaghetti, you have to add the spooky sauce. It can be tomato sauce, hot sauce, cheese sauce -- any kind of sauce will do as long as it's spooky.
4. Use the spoon to mix the creepypasta. Now this is where the imagination part of the recipe kicks in. Don't do anything foolish here like put sauce on the spoon and fling it around the kitchen, but don't be afraid to get creative. Mix away!
5. Add spiders. As I said earlier, the spiders are more of a garnish than anything. But if you decide to go this extra mile to make your creepypasta extra creepy, you won't want to pass this one up. While some people can find their own spiders, I generally prefer the store-bought kind. It's all a matter of opinion.
6. Bon appetite! Some people like serving food warm, but I find this particular dish is much scarier when it's served cold. It's sure to be a hit at parties, so make sure to have plenty of it on-hand!