Scary Halloween Punch Recipe

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I am NOT going to lie to you guys – this spooky Halloween eyeball punch recipe is COMPLETELY out of my comfort zone. If I didn’t photograph it on a pink backdrop, I may have passed out. I realize that building a brand from a creative standpoint is pushing past your comfort zone, but it’s tough. Charlie is absolutely obsessed with Halloween and the spookier the better in his eyes, so I took the plunge and did something against the BFFF grain…. 

I always look forward to Halloween, it’s ALWAYS been one of my favorite holidays (besides Valentine’s Day- of course)! ;) I have been known to go a little overboard with decorations, but can you blame me?? There are so many creative possibilities out there, and I want to try as many as I can! Who else is like this? My home decor usually consists of pretty, cutesy pieces, but I tend to go a bit rogue when it comes to Halloween. ;)

Whether you’re hosting a fabulous Halloween party for your friends or planning to go trick-or-treating with your kids, this punch recipe is a must. And you can totally customize the scary-level of this display for your event! If you have younger kids, you may want to tone down the amount of spiders and eyeballs, but it’s still a great centerpiece. Make sure to check out this recipe, it’s impossible not to get in the holiday spirit with this festive bowl around! Charlie was literally freaking out with excitement when he saw this in full action – dry ice and all!  

Anyone else freaked out?! ;)

Scary Halloween Punch Recipe

Ingredients

  • Raspberry sherbert ice cream
  • Ice cream scoop
  • Cherry 7 Up
  • Dry ice
  • Candy eyeballs
  • Punch bowl

Instructions

  1. Materials
  2. Raspberry sherbert ice cream
  3. Ice
  4. Pour your Cherry 7 Up into your punch bowl.
  5. Scoop ice cream into your punch bowl (about 8 scoops).
  6. Add your dry ice and eyeballs to your punch bowl.
Photo Credit

Photography For Best Friends For Frosting by Andy Johnson

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