Hello I am a gengar kin and I thought I would add a bit about dream eating. dreams come in many tastes and textures a happy dream will be very sweet and a bad dream is sour and spicy. A dream is by nature fluffy but will vary on the length and clarity of the dream. a weak or short dream Will be very light and airy like foam. and a strong or long one will be thick like cotton candy.I hope this helps
Thank you so much! - Fox
Soul smoothie anon: I forgot that you need rice milk and a banana too! I’m sorry ahhhh
That actually sounds delicious and as someone with a taste for soul-ish foods, I’m most certainly going to be trying this.
I was just thinking (which is a dangerous thing).
Any being who enjoys eating light and airy things (such as souls or spirit energy or anything of the like) and has a sweet tooth can probably satisfy a few urges with cotton candy.
I know that it makes me feel grand and gives me all sorts of lovely feelings that involve eating spirity sort of things.
So yes. Cotton candy.
This drink was made for reapers or death spirits - or any creatures who like the sweet, smooth taste of souls - but it can also be a drink for fae, or maybe even bears, as it contains cream and sweet things and light-tasting fruit! Sadly I don’t have a photo because every time I make it I end up forgetting that I need to photograph it, whoops.
-3 large strawberries
-Approx. half a cup of half & half cream
-One ‘snack size’ vanilla pudding cup
-Approx. half a cup of milk
-A teaspoon of sugar (optional)
-A big mug
1.) Wash and de-leaf the strawberries. On a plate or cutting board, chop them into fine little pieces. (You can also use a food processor if you really want to, but that will probably eliminate an option at the end.)
2.) Put these strawberries into your mug. If there’s any juice on your plate/cutting board, make sure it goes in, too!
3.) Pour your cream so that it almost covers the strawberries. Then, spoon the pudding in. Mix everything thoroughly.
4.) Pour in your milk until it reaches almost the top of your mug. Mix everything again.
5.) Now you have an option - eat the strawberry bits now, strain the strawberry bits out, or leave them in. Personally I spoon out and eat them first before drinking the drink.
6.) Optional - taste it and, if it isn’t sweet enough yet, add a teaspoon of sugar and mix it again.
7.) Drink with bliss.
I’m not sure about the bittersweet flavor, but almost all of our ‘light and airy’ recipes can be found in the reaperkin tag. If you don’t find the sort of thing you’re looking for, shoot me another ask and I’ll see what I can find for you.
These look a bit like hearts to me.
(via White Chocolate Skulls)