|Wicked Brews & Beverages - Part III of Halloween Recipes on Review This|
I am going to start with the "mildest" Halloween punch, but do beware! The further you go in this article, the more wicked the brew.
Halloween Orange Sherbet Punch
Sherbet punch is one of the easiest and delicious party drinks. I am going to share my own personal recipe for Halloween Orange Sherbet Punch right here, right now. No need to go any further to discover an awesome Halloween punch suitable for any party or any age. I opt for Orange Sherbet, but green or raspberry would be awesome for Halloween too.
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- 1/2 gallon Orange Sherbet
- 2 Liters Ginger Ale
- Let Sherbet soften for approximately 45 minutes.
- Cut Sherbet into small squares or scoop into round balls.
- Place Sherbet squares / balls in large punch bowl
- Slowly add Ginger Ale
Brew-Ha-Ha Punch Recipe
|Photo: Ralph Anderson; Styling: Buffy Hargett|
By mixing a potion of green drink mix (like Kool Aid), pineapple juice & Ginger Ale, you will delight everyone with a cool green punch for Halloween.
Complete Brew-Ha-Ha Recipe can be found here: MyRecipes.com
Black Halloween Punch
|Featured with the recipe at Allrecipes.com|
With a mixture of grape and orange drink mixes with ginger ale, you too can easily create this ominous looking Halloween punch.
Black Halloween Punch Recipe Here: Allrecipes.com
Create that smoky effect under the punch by pouring water over dry ice in a larger, separate bowl.
Rules for Using Dry Ice ~ Know the Rules Before You Play with Dry Ice
- Wear Gloves! Never touch dry ice to skin
- Never Drink Dry Ice
- Never Put Dry Ice directly in a drink or your mouth
- Do Not Put Dry Ice in Freezer ~ Use within 24 hrs. of purchase
- Keep Dry Ice Away from Children
Halloween Ice Cubes in Any Punch
You can add a touch of Halloween to any punch with shaped ice cube molds. You can freeze water for traditional ice cubes or you can freeze the actual punch in these molds to avoid watering down your punch. Either adds the thrill of Halloween to your punch while keeping it cool.
I am featuring this particular Eyeball Punch recipe because of the authors ingenious way of creating the eyeballs.
She shares her really neat trick with everyone on her blog. You will need to scroll to the bottom of her post to see her pictorial directions, but it is well worth the visit.
See the Eyeball Punch Recipe by Heidi: HappinessIsHomemade.net
Shrunken Heads in Cider
In complete honestly, I cannot attest to the taste of this Purplicious Potion. I simply thought it looked appropriate for Halloween, plus I love the color purple.
I will need some of my friends to test this "potion" and report back to determine if it tastes as awesome as it looks.
But, I must ask you, isn't that photo spectacular!
Try this Purplicious Potion Recipe. It can be found at: FamilySpice.com
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