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Halloween Punch Recipes

October 19, 2010

Halloween is dedicated to all things creepy, crawly and sugary! But while you are stocking up on candy and other sweet treats, why not also grab some supplies to make a bubbling brew to enjoy after all the tricking and treating? Your kids will have as much fun making these recipes as they will drinking them!

Bubbling Brew
Ingredients:
1 cup boiling water
2 packages lime-flavored gelatin
3 cups cold water
1 1/2 quart lemon-lime soda — chilled
1/2 cup superfine sugar
Wormy floaters
1 cup gummy worms
water

Directions:
1. Place 1 cup of the gummy worms in one or more ice cube trays, snipping worms as needed to fit. Fill trays with water and freeze overnight.
2. Pour 1 cup boiling water over lime gelatin in a pitcher; stir until gelatin dissolves. Stir in cold water. Add lemon-lime soda and sugar; stir well until sugar is dissolved.
3. Serve punch in glasses with Wormy Floaters and garnished with additional gummy worms.

Serves 12

Witches Brew
Ingredients:
1 (2 liter) bottle orange-flavored soda, chilled
24 oz. fruit punch, chilled
1/4 gallon (half of a 1/2 gallon carton) vanilla ice cream

Directions:
1. In a punch bowl , stir together the fruit punch and the soda.
2. Scoop out the ice cream and place all over the top of the punch. Stir gently for a moment to get the right look.
3. Garnish this Halloween party punch with creepy crawlies, if desired.

Serves 10

And now, for the adults to enjoy, how about a Trick-or-Tini?

Trick-or-Tini
Ingredients:
1 part coconut cream
1 part tangerine flavored mixer
1 part banana liqueur
Splash of white rum

Directions:
Chill ingredients in fridge or freezer. Once cooled, pour the first three ingredients, in the order listed above, slowly over the back side of a spoon into a martini glass. Top with a splash of white rum.

Happy Halloween!

4 Comments leave one →
  1. October 25, 2011 2:01 pm

    What about the dry ice? I am not familiar with using dry ice. Can you give details about this part of the the halloween punch recipe, please.

  2. Erin permalink
    October 26, 2011 10:23 am

    Julia, first make sure you’re using insulated gloves or tongs to handle any dry ice because it is incredible cold. This video shows you exactly how to use it with a punch bowl (make sure it’s plastic) http://www.chow.com/food-news/55309/how-to-use-dry-ice-with-halloween-punch/ Have fun!

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