Halloween is just around the corner so it’s time to plan! If you wan’t to impress your guest (or kids) why not make these creepy cool Halloween drinks?
It doesn’t take much to transform an ordinary drink to a spookalicious Halloween drink and it’s oh so fun!
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There are two things I am scared to death of one is spiders (eeeek!!!) and one is a weird fear of needles, well needles piercing the skin to be more precise (can’t even stand watching it on TV and when they take my blood at the doctor’s office I almost detach my head with how much I try to look away). Total weirdness. Would make sense that I’d be afraid of needles or having blood taken or getting shots, but nope just the sight of it makes me sick to my stomach. Funny.
That aside I love these syringe Halloween drinks! Aren’t they just creepy cool? And your guests will have so much fun pushing the syringe with eeky (yet delicious) fake blood to finish up their drink.
Let’s Make Creepy Cool Halloween Drinks
Serving size 32oz pitcher
What you’ll need
- 4 syringes
- 4 8oz glasses
- 1 32oz pitcher
- 1 container of Green sanding sugar
- 2 bowls
- Water or Simple syrup
Ingredients for the pitcher and syringes
- 16oz of Ginger Ale
- 8oz of Lime Kool Aid
- 4 Tbsp. Raspberry Torrani syrup
- 1 can of Sprite
Directions for the Pitcher
Pour 16oz of Ginger Ale in first approx.. ½ way full and add in 8oz of Lime Kool Aid. Stir.
Pour the green black or purple sanding sugar into 1 bowl.
Fill the other bowl with simple syrup or water ¼ way.
Now dip the glasses into the bowl with water (or syrup) and then dip them (while still wet) into the bowl with sugar, twisting it a little so that all of the edge is covered with sugar evenly (somewhat 😉 ). Pretty sweet isn’t it?
Fill the glasses with ice 1/2 way. Be carefull when filling the glasses with ice as not to “damage” the sugary edge.
Now pour in the punch ONLY filling it ¾ of the way full.
Fill the syringe ½ way full with Sprite
Add the Raspberry syrup to the syringe making it ¾ of the way full
Place the syringe in the beverage
That’s it! Don’t push the syringes, let your guests do that themselves as this is the most fun part of this drink!