Halloween is right around the corner, which means so are Halloween parties. Jack-o-lanterns aborn porches, skeletons guard doors and students break out their carefully planned costumes. To prepare for the parties you are going to throw, MOVE has you covered on some festive drinks you can make.
Ingredients: 1 fluid oz. peach schnapps 1 teaspoon Bailey’s Irish Cream liqueur 1 splash grenadine syrup
These spooky shots are going to either impress or disgust your guests, but hey that’s what Halloween is all about! They only take five minutes, and just a few ingredients, to make. First, you pour the schnapps into a shot glass, and then slowly pour in the Bailey’s. You will see the Bailey’s clump up and resemble brains. The final step is to add a tiny bit of grenadine to mimic blood. Even though these shots look like a science project, your guests are sure to love them!
Dragon’s Blood Punch
Ingredients: 1 can red punch 1 can apple juice 1 bottle cranberry juice 1 bottle ginger ale 4 cups berry vodka 1/2 cup orange liqueur
This is an easy spooky punch you can throw together in minutes (in between classes if need be). All you have to do is combine all of the ingredients into a large punch bowl and enjoy.
Caramel-Apple Jello Shots
Ingredients: Fresh lemon juice from 1 lemon 5 apples (Granny Smith work best) 1/2 cup water 1 envelope caramel hot chocolate mix 1/4 cup sweetened condensed milk 1/4 cup caramel sauce 1 envelope unflavored knox gelatin 1/4 cup sugar 1 cup vodka
If you don’t eat a caramel apple around Halloween time, is it really Halloween time? These treats only require a few steps, and they will most definitely impress your Instagram followers when you post a pic of your creation. All you need to do is cut the apples in half and use a melon scooper to remove the insides. Next, combine all of your ingredients into a sauce pan on medium-low heat. Then, fill each apple with the mixture. Refrigerate them for a few hours and cut them into slices when they are ready. Make sure to eat them immediately after so the apples don’t go bad!
Vodka gummy worms
Ingredients: Vodka Gummy worms
Since this concoction only calls for two ingredients, it’s a cheap and easy way to get festive. All you need to do is put all of the gummy worms in a container and submerge them in vodka, then leave them in the the fridge overnight. Once they’re done and ready to eat, you can serve them inside shot glasses.