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13 Harmless but Mind-Blowing Food Pranks for Halloween Slideshow

13 Harmless but Mind-Blowing Food Pranks for Halloween Slideshow


13 Harmless but Mind-Blowing Food Pranks for Halloween

There’s nothing more fun than pranking the people you love. There are only a few times a year you can get away with playing ridiculous practical jokes, and Halloween is one of them. We’ve compiled a list of the top food pranks on YouTube — so hilarious that you’ll probably want to test them out.

Can’t We Share?

This hilarious video shows one prankster as he goes up to different people on the beach, pretends to be their friend and then starts eating their food. You’ll be surprised at some people’s reactions! One kid even keeps drinking his soda after the featured pranker drinks it.

Click here to watch the prank.

Chicken Nuggets

In this video, a YouTuber pranks the staff at a McDonald’s. He goes in with a takeout box to complain about his chicken nuggets, but when they open the box there are baby chicks inside it.

Check out the video here.

Dog Hair and Cat Food Egg Roll

Gym Junk-Foodie

Attaching doughnuts on strings to hang from your weights as you bench press is funny enough, but having people hold his chocolate cake as he squats down to eat it is ridiculous. People in the gym are shocked to find this gym rat eating his desserts while he’s working out.

Click here for the video.

Invisible Driver

It takes true prank dedication to create a seat costume, and pretend to be a ghost pulling up to drive-thru windows. This prankster builds a costume that looks identical to his car’s seats, so he can pretend no one is driving the car. Find out if people will still serve a burger and fries to this spooky ghost.

Click here to watch the video.

Toothpaste-Filled Oreo

Can you think of anything more disgusting than biting down on a delicious Oreo cookie only to find your creamy filling is actually toothpaste? The victim of the hoax in this video immediately spits out the gross cookies!

Click here for the video.

Stringy Cheese Mess

This guy pranks quiet library study sessions by pretending to obnoxiously eat a sandwich, and then pulls a ridiculously long fake piece of stringy cheese out of his mouth. At first people think he’s rude, but they quickly realize it’s a prank.

Click here for the video.


7 of 13

Tease, Please!

This fool-the-eye platter isn't all it's crackered up to be: cookies and candy chews stand in for the traditional savory snack. To make the crackers, pull apart several vanilla sandwich cookies. Leave the filling intact and scatter green sugar sprinkles on half the pieces. Scrape away any filling from the others. For the cheese, soften white and orange fruit chews (we used Tootsie Fruit Rolls) in the microwave for a few seconds, then shape into cubes or roll the candy flat and use a knife to trim it into rectangles. Form the holes with a small cookie cutter or piping tip.

Originally published in the April 2014 issue of FamilyFun


7 of 13

Tease, Please!

This fool-the-eye platter isn't all it's crackered up to be: cookies and candy chews stand in for the traditional savory snack. To make the crackers, pull apart several vanilla sandwich cookies. Leave the filling intact and scatter green sugar sprinkles on half the pieces. Scrape away any filling from the others. For the cheese, soften white and orange fruit chews (we used Tootsie Fruit Rolls) in the microwave for a few seconds, then shape into cubes or roll the candy flat and use a knife to trim it into rectangles. Form the holes with a small cookie cutter or piping tip.

Originally published in the April 2014 issue of FamilyFun


7 of 13

Tease, Please!

This fool-the-eye platter isn't all it's crackered up to be: cookies and candy chews stand in for the traditional savory snack. To make the crackers, pull apart several vanilla sandwich cookies. Leave the filling intact and scatter green sugar sprinkles on half the pieces. Scrape away any filling from the others. For the cheese, soften white and orange fruit chews (we used Tootsie Fruit Rolls) in the microwave for a few seconds, then shape into cubes or roll the candy flat and use a knife to trim it into rectangles. Form the holes with a small cookie cutter or piping tip.

Originally published in the April 2014 issue of FamilyFun


7 of 13

Tease, Please!

This fool-the-eye platter isn't all it's crackered up to be: cookies and candy chews stand in for the traditional savory snack. To make the crackers, pull apart several vanilla sandwich cookies. Leave the filling intact and scatter green sugar sprinkles on half the pieces. Scrape away any filling from the others. For the cheese, soften white and orange fruit chews (we used Tootsie Fruit Rolls) in the microwave for a few seconds, then shape into cubes or roll the candy flat and use a knife to trim it into rectangles. Form the holes with a small cookie cutter or piping tip.

Originally published in the April 2014 issue of FamilyFun


7 of 13

Tease, Please!

This fool-the-eye platter isn't all it's crackered up to be: cookies and candy chews stand in for the traditional savory snack. To make the crackers, pull apart several vanilla sandwich cookies. Leave the filling intact and scatter green sugar sprinkles on half the pieces. Scrape away any filling from the others. For the cheese, soften white and orange fruit chews (we used Tootsie Fruit Rolls) in the microwave for a few seconds, then shape into cubes or roll the candy flat and use a knife to trim it into rectangles. Form the holes with a small cookie cutter or piping tip.

Originally published in the April 2014 issue of FamilyFun


7 of 13

Tease, Please!

This fool-the-eye platter isn't all it's crackered up to be: cookies and candy chews stand in for the traditional savory snack. To make the crackers, pull apart several vanilla sandwich cookies. Leave the filling intact and scatter green sugar sprinkles on half the pieces. Scrape away any filling from the others. For the cheese, soften white and orange fruit chews (we used Tootsie Fruit Rolls) in the microwave for a few seconds, then shape into cubes or roll the candy flat and use a knife to trim it into rectangles. Form the holes with a small cookie cutter or piping tip.

Originally published in the April 2014 issue of FamilyFun


7 of 13

Tease, Please!

This fool-the-eye platter isn't all it's crackered up to be: cookies and candy chews stand in for the traditional savory snack. To make the crackers, pull apart several vanilla sandwich cookies. Leave the filling intact and scatter green sugar sprinkles on half the pieces. Scrape away any filling from the others. For the cheese, soften white and orange fruit chews (we used Tootsie Fruit Rolls) in the microwave for a few seconds, then shape into cubes or roll the candy flat and use a knife to trim it into rectangles. Form the holes with a small cookie cutter or piping tip.

Originally published in the April 2014 issue of FamilyFun


7 of 13

Tease, Please!

This fool-the-eye platter isn't all it's crackered up to be: cookies and candy chews stand in for the traditional savory snack. To make the crackers, pull apart several vanilla sandwich cookies. Leave the filling intact and scatter green sugar sprinkles on half the pieces. Scrape away any filling from the others. For the cheese, soften white and orange fruit chews (we used Tootsie Fruit Rolls) in the microwave for a few seconds, then shape into cubes or roll the candy flat and use a knife to trim it into rectangles. Form the holes with a small cookie cutter or piping tip.

Originally published in the April 2014 issue of FamilyFun


7 of 13

Tease, Please!

This fool-the-eye platter isn't all it's crackered up to be: cookies and candy chews stand in for the traditional savory snack. To make the crackers, pull apart several vanilla sandwich cookies. Leave the filling intact and scatter green sugar sprinkles on half the pieces. Scrape away any filling from the others. For the cheese, soften white and orange fruit chews (we used Tootsie Fruit Rolls) in the microwave for a few seconds, then shape into cubes or roll the candy flat and use a knife to trim it into rectangles. Form the holes with a small cookie cutter or piping tip.

Originally published in the April 2014 issue of FamilyFun


7 of 13

Tease, Please!

This fool-the-eye platter isn't all it's crackered up to be: cookies and candy chews stand in for the traditional savory snack. To make the crackers, pull apart several vanilla sandwich cookies. Leave the filling intact and scatter green sugar sprinkles on half the pieces. Scrape away any filling from the others. For the cheese, soften white and orange fruit chews (we used Tootsie Fruit Rolls) in the microwave for a few seconds, then shape into cubes or roll the candy flat and use a knife to trim it into rectangles. Form the holes with a small cookie cutter or piping tip.

Originally published in the April 2014 issue of FamilyFun


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