All Hollows Eve is fast approaching. This is the time of year when costume stores are packed and your dream of being your favorite celebrity can come true. For the night that is…….Whether you are planning a haunted house party, or an adult pregame before trick or treating with your crew. These Spooky Spirits and creepy treats will surely spice up the party. Fluff gathered a few alcoholic and non alcoholic drinks for our viewers ghoulish gathering.
Dark & Stormy
To make the Dark & Stormy you will need to combine 4 oz. gin, 2 oz. pomegranate juice, and 1 oz. simple syrup in a large shaker. After add ice to the shaker, and shake for at least 30 seconds. The cocktail can be served like that. However for an added effect, get dry ice and add a small cube to each glass. The measurement above will serve 2 people.
Cotton Candy Shots
These cotton candy shots are sure to be a sweet treat . All you will need is 1 oz. vodka, 1/2 oz. tonic water and of-course cotton candy. First you will need to pour the vodka and tonic water into a shot glass . Lastly garnish wit pieces of cotton candy. This may be the simplest recipe however it is unforgettable.
We also have a non- alcoholic options, for the designated drivers of the evening.
Gummy Worm Punch
This easy punch has only three ingredients. You will need Hawaiian Punch in Green Berry Rush, lemon- lime soda and gummy worm! You will need a muffin tin as well. You can get one at a dollar tree or supermarket. We are keeping it simple and easy with this drink. You start by filling each cup with two gummy worms. Next pour a little Hawaiian Punch into each muffin tin; add just enough so it covers the worms. Next, place the tin in your freezer and allow the ingredients to freeze. The process is usually 2-3 hours. Once our disks are frozen, fill a glass 3/4 full with Hawaiian Punch and then add lemon-lime soda to fill the glass. Drop in a frozen worm disk and serve immediately.
Now for the snacks to compliment your snap worthy beverages . In all fairness these tricky treats might be a bit more complicated than the drink recipes ; we assure you they'll be worth the trouble .
First up we have Pizza Skulls :
Who doesn't like pizza ? This classic party disk takes a spooky twist when you turn your pizza bites in to skulls .
Nonstick cooking spray
1. Start by preheating the oven too 400 degrees. Spray the skull mold with nonstick spray and set it aside .
2. Unroll pizza dough stretch or roll into a rectangle with the longest edge close to you. Cut it into six 3 1/2 - inch wide strips.
3. Start laying the dough into the skull, now too add the filling. Add a tablespoon shredded mozzarella, a tablespoon of grated Parmesan, 1 tablespoon marinara sauce, a spoonful sausage, 3 pepperoni, another tablespoon sauce, one more tablespoon mozzarella and a sprinkle Italian seasoning. Fold dough over fillings and pinch dough together to seal. Repeat with remaining ingredients.
Lastly Bake for 20 minutes, remove from molds, place on a platter and garnish with parsley sprigs. Serve with extra warm pizza sauce for dipping.
These sweet treats will surely creep out your friends, but make your party a hit.
8 oz. white chocolate
20 pretzel rods,
20 pepitas (pumpkin seeds)
So here's what you do
Line cookie sheet with waxed paper. Place chocolate in large microwave-safe bowl. Microwave on high in 30-second increments until almost melted, stirring occasionally until smooth.
Holding 1 pretzel rod at a time over melted chocolate, spoon some chocolate over pretzel to coat, leaving about 3 inches uncoated at one end. Carefully place on prepared cookie sheet. Immediately press 1 pepita onto coated tip to resemble fingernail. Repeat with remaining ingredients. Refrigerate 15 minutes to set chocolate. Fingers can be kept at room temperature in airtight container up to 2 weeks.
Fluff is sure your friends will love sipping and chomping on these spooky concoctions. Be sure to snap some pictures and tag us in them .