|1||vegetable shortening |
|1 1/4||cup||strawberry jam, seedless |
|1/2||pint||whipping cream |
|12||ounces||frozen blueberries, one package, partially thawed |
|Tools: loaf pan, mixing bowl, spoon, wire cooling rack, mixer, Ziploc bag, two small serving bowls, platter|
With an adult's help, preheat oven and mix cake according to package directions.
Grease and flour a loaf pan. Pour a half inch layer of batter into the pan.
Then, using a spoon, glop several lines and small pools of blood (jam) over the batter.
Repeat until you put one final layer of batter covering all signs of jam.
Bake according to package directions. After removing from pan, allow to cool 35-40 minutes.
Beat the whipping cream until stiff peaks form. Add the sugar, then whip for another minute. Using a spoon, gently swirl 2 tablespoons of the extra blood into the whipped cream and refirgerate until ready to serve the cake.
Palce the partially thawed blueberries in the ziploc bag.
Seal and lightly pound the berries until they are
squished, but not complete mush. Pour into a bowl, add two tablespoons jam and mix well.
Slice and arrange the cake on a platter. Place the bloody whipped cream and blueberry blood clots beside the platter for guests to use as toppings.
Serves 8-10 psycho scientists.
Sicko serving suggestions: Garnish your platter with a garland or little flowers made of blood splattered sterile guaze bandages.