I love Halloween… I know I am sure you can tell by all the fun stuff I have been sharing. This year has been a blast. I have had time to create some fun recipes for Halloween, make them with my kids, and share them with you. I am so thankful that I was able to leave my job and blog full-time so I have a chance to stay home with my youngest daughter before she is a teenager. I have been able to do so many things I didn’t think would ever happen… I wanted to say thank you to all of my amazing readers, it’s truly because of you that I am able to do this, and I thank you from the bottom of my heart!
If you are looking for some great Halloween drink recipes you might want to consider the Welch’s Spooky Punch Hallowen recipe. It’s a new one, from the wonderful people at Welch’s… It’s been in their top-secret file, just waiting to get out.. So we are releasing the spooky punch and hope you will have fun with it!
Okay, so let’s talk spooky Halloween Recipes! Does that sound fun?
Welch’s Spooky Punch Halloween Drink Recipe
· 2 Bottles Welch’s Sparkling Juice Cocktail
· 1 Bottle of your favorite Welch’s fruit juice or juice cocktail
· Food coloring (optional)
· One rubber glove
To make the ice hand, rinse out a surgical glove,
fill with water and freeze. For extra spookiness, add peeled grapes or
Pretty easy right? I don’t know about you, but I cannot wait to get started on this one. It sounds super yummy… I actually have a few other good Welch’s Drink Recipe’s for Halloween that I will be sharing shortly too… My oldest daughter made one last year that was GREAT! So be on the lookout for more Halloween fun. Until then give the Welch’s Spooky Punch Halloween Drink Recipe a try.. Be sure to come back and let me know how it was.
This is a good one. I remember somewhere they used peeled grapes and told us they were eyeballs, we were blindfolded of course, that and cooked spaghetti foe entrails? Anyway, I never forgot the peeled grape eyeballs and would do that at a Halloween party anytime.
That is kinda neat 🙂 I’m going to do this for the kids Halloween party this year
This is a clever idea. Super easy too.
I will have to try this one with my Grandkids this week-end a start off for Halloween. They love that time of year and I love my Grandkids. I have 10 of them so we will have to make plenty. Thanks for the recipe.
I really like this one, that floating hand is what sells it. Thank you for posting this.
This would be a hit with the kids. Such a novel idea with the ice hand!
This recipe is really so easy. I should have thought of it by myself! I am glad that you are enjoying yourself at home with your kids.
This is awesome and fun idea! A few halloweens again I was in Virginia with a friend and we had a simular punch, except when had a brain mold! it was so fun to see the kids look at it! Awesome ideas.
I’ve seen this recipe before…it looks so cool! Luckily for us, I will use it this year, since we are having a Halloween party. The glove is especially freaky. THanks!
I have never thought about the glove trick. I might do that tomorrow to see how it goes!
That has to be one of the neatest looking punch bowls ever! I never would have thought to freeze water in a glove to get that shape lol
Looks like it will be fun to do.
It sounds like you have a lot of fun with the kids on holidays. It is nice being able to enjoy the time especially while they’re young. I like the punch bowl idea.
this is so cool…thank you for sharing.
I got a real kick out of this drink – so spooky for sure! It definitely would help create the right mood without too much work! And makes for good pictures, too!
I love the idea of the hand floating in there. I wonder if adding bits of fruit in it would make it even more Halloween-ish 🙂
What a neat way to make the hand. Never thought that you could freeze a glove. Thanks will use this for Halloween.