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Halloween Party Drinks

Updated on October 31, 2008
Halloween Party Drinks
Halloween Party Drinks

Try these delicious drinks at your Halloween party this year for great holiday flavors that are so easy to put together. Your guests, young and old, will love

Pumpkin Smoothie (Non Alcoholic)

Into a blender, add one cup of pumpkin puree, a large fresh banana, one cup of vanilla ice-cream, one teaspoonful of ground cinnamon, one teaspoonful of ground nutmeg half a cup of orange juice, four ice cubes and a tablespoonful of brown sugar. Whizz together until thick and creamy and serve immediately (Makes 2 large glasses).

Spiced Hot Apple Brew (Non Alcoholic)

Heat a liter carton of apple juice in a pan until hot (but not boiling) and then add 2 tablespoons of dark brown sugar, 1 teaspoonful of cinnamon and another of ground nutmeg, stir until all the flavours have combined and add extra sugar to taste. Throw in slices of apple, orange and pear and serve in halloween mugs with a cinnamon stick for stirring.

Sinful Witches Brew (Adults Only)

Replace the apple juice in the Hot Apple Brew (described above) with cider and add an additional cupful of white rum. Heat as above, adding the cinnamon, nutmeg and brown sugar to taste. Again, throw in slices of orange, apple and pear and serve in tall glasses with cinnamon sticks for stirring.

Pumpkin Face Punch (Adults only)

Use a hollowed out pumpkin as a punch bowl for this wicked party beverage that’s for the adults only. Mix two bottles of bubbly (champagne or sparking wine) with half a cup of white run, half a cup of peach schnapps, half a cup of tequila,a liter carton of cranberry juice and sugar syrup to taste. Add apple slices for decoration and serve over ice.

Pumpkin Face Punch (Non-Alcoholic)

Make this punch family friendly by replacing the bubbly and spirits with lemonade or 7Up. Omit the sugar syrup.

Happy Halloween!


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      Marsha Robins 7 years ago

      Love these ideas and will use them in my blog if that's okay?