Halloween Punch Recipes


From outrageous to mellow,
We’ve got some easy Halloween Punch Recipes for you:

Fun Poop Punch - Looks terrible, tastes wonderful - too much fun on Halloween.

Dry Ice Foggy Punch - Spooky and slithery, for sure. A centerpiece they’ll remember.

How about Not so Scary? Our Cider punch is a holiday favorite, crisp and delicious.


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Our
Poop Punch - is Halloween Party fun made with root beer and chocolate ice cream.


This
Foggy Punch - uses dry ice for the fog, fruit drink, soda and a secret for the yummm!


Something more
Traditional Fall Punch? Here’s a brisk cider punch that completes any Autumn party.


Poop Punch - Drink if you Dare!

Poop Punch is so fun - after all, it’s Halloween! None of your guests think that you would really I mean really put ...poop... in your holiday party drink, do they? ...or do they...

Ha! Have some festive teasing fun with this recipe and presentation that brings a smile to anyone!


Portions/Servings

These recipes will feed 12 people, making just over a gallon, and will easily double or more. Read about Party Food Quantities and how to plan for the right amounts.


Poop Punch Recipe Shopping List
for 12 People:

___ 2 - 1/2 gallon bottles of Coke or Root Beer - cheap is fine

___ 1 - 1/2 gallon of chocolate ice cream - store brand, no problem

___ 1 - handful of frozen corn (about 2 ounces)

___ 2 cups of mini-marshmallows

___ 2 cups of chocolate milk





Procedure:

Two Days Before the Party:

Get the ice cream out of the freezer and let it soften up quite a bit, for an hour or so. You can also microwave it if you’re short on time.

Have some ice cube trays ready, at least two. The “mini” size cubes don’t work very well, because you want the ice cream to stay in pieces for a while. The larger cube size works better because it takes them much longer to melt. Be sure to spray the trays with veggie spray release for easy removal when frozen.


Spoon the soft ice cream into the ice cube trays and return them to the freezer overnight to really harden up.


The Day of the Party:

Chill your punch bowl in the freezer for several hours. It will help the ice cream last longer. You also want the root beer in the fridge - get them cold.

Shortly before guests arrive, carefully pour the root beer into the chilled punch bowl - not too fast, or it will get too foamy.


Add the chocolate milk (which can be normal milk and some chocolate syrup,) and gently stir. It’s OK if it is not completely blended. Maybe better





Toss in the handful of frozen corn,





and the marshmallows.





Just before your guests arrive, add the ice cream from the frozen trays.




Remember that the ice cream will quickly melt - time it so that all your guests can enjoy it.


Presentation: Your Eyes Eat First





Poopy and fun - here it is.





Dry Ice Foggy Punch

Spooky, slithery, erie - here is your Halloween Party centerpiece. This yummy fruit punch gets it’s fun from the dry ice, which will fog your table with some holiday fun.



Portions/Servings

These recipes will feed 12 people, making just over a gallon, and will easily double or more. Read about Party Food Quantities and how to plan for the right amounts.


Dry Ice Punch Recipe Shopping List
for 12 People:

___ 1 - 1/2 gallon of fruit punch

___ 1 - 1/2 gallon of citrus soda, 7-up, Dry Orange, etc.

___ 1 - 16 ounce frozen strawberries in syrup

___ 3 pounds dry ice




Procedure:

A Week Before the Party:

Call your local dry ice supplier and order your dry ice. This is the procedure for the holidays, because it’s in a big demand. You may need to get more than the three pounds this recipe calls for, especially if you need to pick it up the day before the party.

The Day of the Party:

Set the strawberries out to thaw.

Pick up the dry ice. You’ll need a picnic cooler to transport it easily. Keep in in the closed cooler, outside in a cooler place, if you can, until you get home. At home, put in in the freezer if you can, or leave it in the cooler. Be sure to keep it dry - don’t get it wet.

In your food processor, blend the strawberries, syrup and all, into a thick liquid. Add a little water to blend it completely.


Shortly before your guests arrive, combine the fruit punch, strawberries and citrus soda in your punch bowl.





Just before your guests arrive, add a few pieces of the dry ice. You can break it apart with an ice pick or a hammer. Drop the pieces into your punch.


Presentation: Your Eyes Eat First









Festive Cider Punch - Perfect Autumn Drink

For a more traditional Autumn party, we suggest this wonderful Cider Punch. The floating apple slices are delicious and beautiful.



Portions/Servings

These recipes will feed 12 people, making just over a gallon, and will easily double or more. Follow our guidelines below, and read about Party Food Quantities how to plan for the right amounts.

Apple Cider Punch Recipe Shopping List

___1 - 1/2 gallon apple cider

___1 - 1/2 gallon apple juice

___1 - bottle sparkling apple juice

___3 - apples

___ 1 - lemon

___a little cinnamon

Procedure:

The Day of the Party:

Wash the apples, pull out the stems, leave the skins on, and slice them into thin slices - about 1/8” each.


Cut out the cores and seeds in a decorative way you like.


Drop the cut apples into a lemon water bath.


Make this by adding the juice of one lemon to a large bowl of water.




Let the apples stay in the bath until you’re ready to make the punch.


About 30 minutes before you make the punch, lay out the apples on a piece of film.




Lightly sprinkle them with a little cinnamon.






Shortly before your guests arrive, combine the cider, juice and sparkling juice in your punch bowl.










Presentation: Your Eyes Eat First



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