alcoholic halloween punch

Just before the party combine the two liquids in a large punch bowl.
Mix all ingredients in a large punch bowl.
Combine ginger ale, cherry Kool-Aid, berries and alcohol in a punch bowl.

Wormy Swamp Punch: A frozen orange ice ring floats in a swampy sea of pineapple-flavored punch in this Halloween beverage recipe.
Eerie Witch’s Brew: A smoking cauldron of punch made with grapes and orange peel masquerading as eyeballs and worms.
When you throw your annual Halloween party this year, don’t bore the guests with plain old punch.
Scary “Goulade”: This "Goulade" really packs a punch when you float a frightening, ghostly blue hand in your serving bowl.
Ghostly Punch: Cool down the punch in a glass punch bowl with spectral hands.
Garnish: candy cornCombine all ingredients into a cocktail shaker filled with ice.
For a magical Halloween drink that will amaze your guests, fill a highball glass about halfway with orange soda and then carefully add a spoonful of chilled cherry gelatin.
Pineapple juice, orange juice, lemonade, and an array of fresh fruit pieces create this fruity Halloween drink.
Editor’s Tip: Decorate a clear highball glass with pairs of oval and round wiggle eyes in assorted sizes to give your drink personality.
Fruit juices, apple cider, and sparkling white grape juice make up this tasty Halloween concoction.
Editor’s Tip: To make the buggy garnish, use a wooden skewer, lime rinds, and maraschino cherries for a spooky body, adding cloves for the bug’s eyes.
Editor’s Tip: To make a spooky frozen hand, pour cranberry juice cocktail into two or three clear plastic gloves, leaving room so that the fingers can move easily.
Editor’s Tip: For an adult punch, use chilled champagne in place of sparkling grape juice.
Just add cherry gelatin to lemon-lime carbonated beverage for Halloween punch fun.
No goblin or ghoul will go thirsty at your Halloween party with these delightful Halloween drink recipes, plus Halloween punch ideas.
This bubbly punch with creamy ghost ice cubes tastes delicious and looks great on a Halloween beverage table.
A floating frozen hand both cools and adds flavor to this Halloween punch.
Just warn your guests — when they look closely, they’ll see a fruity face floating in their drink — not what you’d expect when sipping punch.
Strain into a chilled martini glass and garnish with a Peppermint Pattie candy wedge.
Shake vigorously and strain into chilled martini glass.
Shake vigorously and pour into a goblet glass and garnish with a slice of orange and a mint leaf laid flat on top.
Strain into the chilled martini glass and garnish with a peanut butter cup.
Shake vigorously and strain into martini glass.
Shake with ice and strain into a cocktail glass.
Strain into a chilled cocktail glass.
Strain into a chilled martini glass and top with champagne.
Combine VeeV, Acai juice and fresh lime with fresh ice in a cocktail shaker and shake.
Dip the rim of a chilled martini glass into chocolate syrup and roll in shaved coconut.
Strain into chilled martini glass with chocolate-coconut rim.
These over-the-top Halloween cocktails from favorite Food Network chefs are sure to liven up your haunted get-together.
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These Halloween kid drink recipes are perfect for your backyard haunted house party or pumpkin carving event! They could even be a fun treat for your kids after a long night of trick-or-treating.
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No matter what’s your Halloween guests’ favorite poison, we’ve got you covered with 23 devilishly delightful cocktail, martini, punch and shot recipes — all guaranteed to raise spirits at your monster mash.
Our Italian Kitchen: Poppin' Strawberry Bellini – I'm getting an idea for a (non-alcoholic) Halloween drink! Maybe served in small cauldrons.
Witches' Brew — Color Changing Halloween Drink by lowcarbsosimple: No artificial ingredients.
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We’ve put together a creepy library of Halloween Drink, Cocktail and Punch Recipes and a few curated collections.
Halloween is also a perfect holiday for adults, we like to dress up too! Halloween is also one of the biggest Holidays for Parties, and that means cocktails.
Trick or Treating dressed as your favorite monster or superhero on Halloween Eve is anticipated by children every October.
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For grown up version, add 4 cups berry vodka and 1/2 cup orange liqueur.
Combine all ingredients in a large punch bowl or pot.
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here are a few Halloween cocktails that aren’t what they appear to be.
and candy corn on October 31.
Spooky Sips: 8 Halloween Cocktails and Drink Recipes Throwing an adults-only Halloween party this year? Plan a festive bar menu with these easy spooky Halloween drinks and cocktails.
A slightly jiggly icee and a fruity red punch make Halloween eve a little more fun! These recipes are suitable for kids, but you can spike the drinks with your favorite liquor to make glasses for the adults.
Eggnog is one of the most famous holiday punch recipes there is… but for the wrong holiday! Want to make something rich and special for a Halloween party punch? This pumpkin eggnog is delicious, different, and full of Halloween-y flavor.
The recipes on this page include both alcoholic Halloween punch recipes and virgin punches (generally with options for both) and range from the rich and festive Halloween Pumpkin Eggnog to the REALLY gross-looking (but tasty) Sewer Water Halloween Punch.
Having a casual party with kids and other family members? This makes a great virgin Halloween punch recipe.
If you’re looking for a few Halloween party punch recipes that will impress your guests with their great taste and totally festive appearance, you’re definitely in the right place.
Tip: I to serve this gross Halloween punch with these disgusting-looking Tasty Turds cookies! You can even float them on top! Or for an ultra-easy and ultra-gross presentation, melt Tootsie Rolls (like for a kitty litter cake) in the microwave and drape them on the sides of the punch bowl before preparing the punch.
If this happens, simply strain the pumpkin eggnog into your Halloween party punch bowl before chilling.
I like to garnish mine with a little bit of pumpkin pie spice on top instead of plain nutmeg– it makes the perfect Halloween party punch.
Be sure to serve this Halloween punch drink in a clear Halloween punch bowl to allow your guests to get the whole effect of its gross appearance.
Makes enough to serve 10-12 people, depending on how much you augment the volume with rum! To make this a delicious alcoholic Halloween punch recipe, I add lots.
Decorating: If you want to make this Halloween party punch look a little more spooky, you can add a bit of orange food coloring before you chill it.
Looking for more? I’ve also got some more great virgin and alcoholic Halloween punch recipes on this page.
Having adults over? Add a bottle or so of vodka to transform this into a tasty alcoholic Halloween punch recipe.
Whether you want to make an alcoholic Halloween punch recipe or a virgin punch for the kids, this recipe is just perfect.
This Halloween party punch looks just… well, it looks like the name implies! Which isn’t a good thing on any day except for Halloween.
Because the Halloween punch drinks here are specially designed to be made for Halloween– and to really amp up your Halloween party.
The perfect drink if you’re going with the frontrunner for the most popular costume of this Halloween — Angry Birds.
Shake all ingredients with ice and strain into pre-chilled cocktail glass.
Shake with ice and strain into large cocktail glass.
The vampire phase has faded a little bit, but if you’re still clinging strong to your Twilight or True Blood costume… or you have a gift card for Hot Topic and if you don’t use it now, it ain’t getting used… go with this drink.
If you’re going to do the royal wedding costumes (like I talked about last week), you can all drink this.
Also, I was happy to see passion fruit juice come up again after it showed up in the first drink on this list.
If you’re going with anything bloody — from Sweeney Todd to Gaddafi — class things up with a drink that includes not one but TWO types of vermouth.
The history of Halloween can be traced to the ancient Druids of the second century B.C. At the waning of the year – as the daylight hours grew shorter – they celebrated their festival of "summer’s end." Winter food stores were opened for the first time.
Brew up some scary fun with these Halloween drinks! We’re sharing some creative takes on classic recipes for hot cocoa, apple cider, punch and more party favorites.
Gummy Worm Punch We thought this punch would be such fun for Halloween that we garnished it with a chilling gummy-worm ice ring! To prepare it for weddings, graduations and anniversaries, simply eliminate the gummy worms.
Hot Cider Punch My hot fruit punch has been a family fave since 1993—hard to believe that we’ve loved it for 20 years! Adding clove-studded orange wedges makes it look especially festive.
Wormy Orange Punch Gummy worms crawling out of the punch bowl will have your guests howling as they ladle out cups of this festive orange cooler.
Ghoulish Citrus Punch Use this unique serving suggestion for your next Halloween party.
Orange Witches’ Brew Punch This slushy punch requires no ice ring to keep it cold.
Swamp Juice a la Slime The green goo oozing down the sides of the eerie wine glasses make this fruity beverage perfect for any Halloween party.
Ghoul Punch Because my son’s birthday is so close to Halloween, I make this for his party every year.
Purple People Eater Punch This colorful Halloween punch tastes just like grape sparkling wine.
Blood Orange Punch This tangy punch is festive, refreshing and easy to prepare.
Another virgin drink, this ginger beer and apple juice creation surely wouldn’t mind a few splashes of spiced rum.
Although it’s a virgin drink, it still contains a beating heart (red heart-shaped Runts).
A witch's brew or a vampire potion punch is just what you need to sip on at your Halloween party! Try these Halloween drink recipes for mocktails, cocktails and party punch everyone can enjoy.
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Who doesn’t like a Halloween drink that looks like dull swamp water? Shake strenuously with cracked ice in a chilled cocktail shaker — don’t worry, one egg white will do fine for two drinks — then strain into a Collins glass.
Shake the rum, Cointreau, juice, and cognac (you can substitute another French brandy, or a Spanish brandy if you want a softer version) well with cracked ice, then strain into a chilled cocktail glass and garnish with a twist of lemon.
Day-Old Bath Water Punch – Just as stomach-churning as drinks with scary stuff floating in them are cocktails that come complete with a layer of “scum” floated on top of them.
Ghostbuster – Similar to the Brain Hemorrhage, this frightful-looking concoction gives the appearance of something truly gruesome floating in it by adding Irish Cream to peach schnapps and melon liqueur.
To really add an edge, fill a couple of rubber gloves with water and freeze them to float in your punch bowl to keep the drink chilly (not to mention look even creepier with disembodied hands floating it in).
Brain Hemorrhage – Nothing says Halloween quite like a shot that looks like some kind of bloody alien brain floating in liquid.
Instead of serving the typical cocktails at your rockin’ Halloween party, get eerie and dare your friends to choke down one of these frankly gross-looking drinks.
This scary-looking mixture of schnapps, Irish Cream and grenadine might look like a horror movie in a shot glass, but it tastes good and sweet, just like a holiday cocktail should.
Make Kool Aide according to instructions using the water, sugar and Kool Aide in a large punch bowl.
Combine ingredients in a large punch bowl with a block of ice in the center.
Combine the fruit in a large glass bowl, adding the cognac and honey until the honey is dissolved.
Mix Champagne and orange juice in large punch bowl, scoop sherbet into bowl until it has produced a nice film over the top.
Chill all ingredients the day before, just before serving combine everything in a punch bowl.
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To give your punch that graveyard affect, you’ll need two punch bowls one larger then the other.
Mix up your favorite Halloween punch recipe in the smaller bowl.
Add a few dry ice chunks to the larger container and place the bowl filled with punch on top of the ice in larger bowl.
For the maximum amount of spooky mist, make sure your punch is at room temperature.
The rolling mist it creates transforms an everyday cocktail or punch into a bone-chilling brew.
For an extra special effect, add some “Shrunken Apple Heads” to your punch.
It’s a nice combination of the Spiced Apple Juice, the fizzy bite of the Ginger Beer, and the lovely round sweetness of the Raspberry Syrup.
How much to make? I recommend starting with a 64 oz bottle of Apple Juice, 32 oz of Ginger Beer (just less than three bottles), and 2 cups of Raspberry Syrup.
How much cinnamon and cloves? I wing it, but taking the advice of various mulled cider recipes, I’d start with 3 cinnamon sticks and about a teaspoon of whole cloves per half gallon (64 oz) of apple juice.
Poison Apple Punch is a great name for a Halloween punch, but this is a drink that will work for you throughout the holiday season.
[…] Milk Punch to the pirate favorites Bumbo and Grog to our own non-alcoholic Halloween tipple, the Poison Apple.
[…] Another virgin drink, this ginger beer and apple juice creation surely wouldn’t mind a few splashes of spiced rum.
The recipes listed below are wonderful alcoholic (and some non-alcoholic) punches that are filled with flavor and, with a little creativity, the punch bowl can be dressed up to fit any occasion.
One way around that is to recruit or hire a bartender to take care of the drink orders, but that could end up costing you quite a bit for labor and liquor, so another, cheaper, alternative is to serve a punch.
Sometimes, when you’re hosting a large party the last thing you want is to be stuck behind the bar shaking cocktails.

Packed with flavor, El Diablo is a devilish little drink that can spark the Halloween spirit in anyone The mix is one of an aged tequila, sweet creme de cassis, and the snap that only a great ginger beer can add.
What more could you want for a Halloween party? This simple, elegant Martini pairs the bright blue hue of Hpnotiq with vodka and lemon juice, but it’s the garnish that makes it.

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