You can’t go wrong with a goth-inspired pizza, and it’s easy to get into the groove with some pizza crusts and a tasty, cheesy crust of your own.
But it’s not all pizza and margherita pies in Gotham.
Here are some of the more delicious goth food options to take home for the night.
Tender buttered cornbread sandwich (Glenn Beck) It’s a perfect falltime comfort food that’s served on a crisp and buttery cornbread bun, topped with a layer of homemade cheese.
This recipe from Glenn Beck is one that he has shared over and over again on his show.
And he’s only one of a number of people who use cornbread in their recipes.
In this recipe, the cornbread is cooked in a skillet with a little olive oil, garlic, onions, pepper, salt and pepper.
The result is a perfectly sweet, savory, and rich meal.
This is a great way to use up some leftover cornbread and make some cornbread sandwiches.
Chocolate cake (Liz Taylor) This chocolate cake is also a perfect autumntime dessert, but this recipe is a little trickier.
Instead of baking the cake, it’s baked with butter, chocolate, sugar and vanilla extract.
The batter is baked at 350 degrees for 45 minutes and the cake is baked again for an hour.
The results are a sweet, fluffy, slightly sweet, and crumbly cake that will have you drooling.
Peanut butter chocolate cake (Melissa & Julee Johnson) The recipe for this delicious dessert comes from Melissa & Jamelle Johnson, the co-host of The Breakfast Club.
It’s like a peanut butter chocolate cookie cookie that’s coated in chocolate, sprinkled with chocolate and drizzled with peanut butter.
You can eat it right out of the pan, or you can layer the cake with some peanut butter sauce and eat it all in one bite.
Strawberry ice cream (Chiara Ora) Strawberry ice creams are pretty much the most popular way to get your hands on ice cream in NYC.
But the recipe for Chia-Pine-Tin-Fruit is super simple.
You start with a frozen strawberry that’s chilled, packed in a can of strawberry ice cream and topped with whipped cream and vanilla ice cream.
The best part?
You can add a dollop of whipped cream to top.
Strawberry milkshake (Toni Collette) The milkshakes are the most common way to grab some strawberry ice cream and ice cream at a bar.
You’ll have to figure out how to mix it with ice cream first, but once you do, the ice cream is almost like ice cream itself.
The recipe comes from Toni Colletti, the creator of the Toni’s Frozen Strawberry Milkshakes.
Strawberry cream pie (Shannon Stanger) A classic, classic dessert that you can whip up in your kitchen at home.
It looks like a traditional pie, but it’s made with strawberries, cream, ice cream, and a little bit of cream cheese.
The crust and filling are a mix of strawberries and cream cheese, but the icing is actually strawberries and coconut.
Vanilla custard pie (Jenna Lyons) It might not be the most elegant dessert, it might not have the prettiest colors, but we all love this one.
This delicious, chocolate-covered vanilla custard cake is filled with chocolate frosting, and is so light and airy.
Strawberry-coconut muffins (Laura and Jonathan Schuman) These fluffy little muffins are a quick and easy way to eat a bowlful of berries, which you can then top with whipped topping.
The muffins will keep for up to a week in the refrigerator, so you can keep the sweet taste in mind.
Strawberry cupcake (Jennifer Lopez) The strawberry cupcake is another delicious, summertime dessert.
It is filled to the brim with strawberries and topped off with a frosting of chocolate ganache and whipped cream.
Strawberry pie (Laura &.
Juleee Johnson) This strawberry pie is also another summertime treat.
You might think it’s a traditional strawberry pie, and you’d be right.
It tastes like strawberry ice-cream pie, only instead of ice cream you have a strawberry slice.
Strawberry muffins with buttercream frosting (Lauren Guggenheim) This muffin is a perfect way to top a few of your favorite desserts with butter.
The frosting is a creamy, buttery mixture of strawberry, chocolate and ganaches.
Vanilla pie (Karen Gudnoff) This dessert is a classic for autumn, but there are several ways to make it in your home kitchen.
It can be made with a simple crust or a more complex frosting.