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Halloween is just a few days away. Isn’t that so exciting! I’ve whipped up two versions of Dragon’s Blood punch just in time for the Halloween party using the TEN products. One for the big ghouls and one for the little ghosts. To make it even more fun, I’ve added dry ice to get that scary potion look.
Do you have your costume ready? Your kids costumes ready? I admit, I am not completely ready yet. It will all be done by Thursday night. Everyone is wearing their costumes to school on Friday.
I picked up ingredients for all of this at Kroger earlier this week. I love to have a little Halloween celebration as we get closer to the date, and the TEN products are some of my favorite drinks. I also found Kroger was the only store to carry dry ice. I was so glad I could find everything in one place.
Dragon’s Blood Punch can be made with or without alcohol. Either way, it’s very easy to whip up. It’s a simple equal parts ratio. I added 2 cups of each drink. For the adult version, just add 1 cup of Limeade Vodka to the punch and for the kid version, just leave it out.
Here are the ingredients:
To make it even more fun, I added chunks of dry ice to each glass and to the punch bowl to get the creepy potion look. It comes in a large square piece. Use thick gloves and a hammer to break it up into small chunks and add them to the punch bowl and the drinks. Wait to drink your punch until the dry ice was completely evaporated — which is quickly. It bubbles itself away in a matter of minutes.
Here it is in action. I love the bubbling sounds ;).
What goes great with Dragon’s Blood punch? Orange flavored cake pops! These are easy to make with a regular white cake mix and perfect for that Halloween festival bake sale or cake walk. I’m taking a batch to my preschooler’s Halloween festival on Friday morning for the bake sale.
The addition of Sunkist TEN and orange gelatin make these cake pops a surprise to bite into! The kids will love them. And, they really don’t take long to make.
Here’s the recipe to make these from just a plain white cake mix!Print
- 1 white cake mix
- 1/4 cup buttermilk
- 3 eggs
- 1 package of Orange flavored gelatin
- 1 cup of Sunkist TEN
- vanilla almond bark
- lollipop sticks
- Preheat oven to 350.
- Mix all ingredients except the almond bark until moistened.
- Beat on medium for 2 minutes.
- Pour into greased rectangular pan and bake for 25 minutes or until done.
- Allow to completely cool.
- Go HERE to follow the rest of the cake pop making directions.
Are you having a Halloween party this year? What fun recipes are you making for it?