A Halloween party requires a good in-theme drink; maybe a cocktail, mocktail or a punch.
My sister's friend gave her this recipe years ago to use at our parents' 25th wedding anniversary party. This is very refreshing, non -alcoholic and so easy to put together. I recommend making an ice ring out of extra pineapple juice.
Makes this as a centrepiece for a Halloween party! A hand is frozen in a rubber glove and then added to the punchbowl.
Vodka jello shots in champagne. Me and my friends gave this drink its name during a party when we were drinking champagne and eating jelly shots and they somehow got mixed up together.
This is a fairly standard and tasty punch but it is the presentation that makes it great. A frozen ice hand floating in the punch.
These are a fun drink for the kids at your next party. They provide a lot of colour and flavour with various juices being frozen before being added to lemonade.
This is the perfect spooky punch to serve at your Halloween party! Can be made alcoholic or non-alcoholic as you prefer.
This is a milk shake that is full of fun and health. Bananas, orange juice and milk but all the kids see is the white ghost piped with cream. Ideal for Halloween.
This creepy frozen zombie hand in your favourite punch adds a spooky touch to your Halloween party. Just freeze water in a surgical glove then float it in your punch.
This is a recipe for green slime milk shake. Kids absolutely love this drink, especially boys, and is perfect for Halloween. It needs to be kept in the fridge until ready to serve
I love the black colour you get from combining the black currant and lime cordials. The real specky bit is the dry ice steam!