Give your guests a scare by float a creepy ice face in your punch bowl. Fill a Halloween mask with water (seal the openings
with sturdy tape), freeze overnight, then remove the ice from the mask and float face up.
Take pigs-in-a-blanket to a new level with these scary puff pastry-wrapped witch's fingers. The cocktail-size franks are the
perfect size for an easy pick-up appetizer and you won't even need to serve with dip since each "finger" has red nail polish
With lime drink and pineapple juice, this party punch isn't scary at all–for the kids or the adults. But putting the punch
in a second bowl of dry ice gives it that eerie feeling that's perfect for a spooky party.
Just about everyone loves fried cheese sticks. Our version gets a punch of heat from cayenne pepper and cheese spiced with
jalapeños. To tame the heat, use plan Monterey Jack (without the peppers), mozzarella or Swiss cheese and either leave out
the cayenne pepper or use less of it.
This unique cocktail, named after an incident with General Patton during WWII, features the heady autumnal flavors of sorghum
syrup, rye whiskey, Fernet Branca, and Faretti Biscotti Famosi. The drink's rich orange color means it will pair perfectly
with your Halloween party color scheme.