Over the last couple weeks or so, I’ve been sharing fun recipes from our Disney’s Descendants movie watching party. Don’t forget to check out the DIY spell book and Shards of Glass cupcakes. Today I’m sharing a fun drink for all you Evil Queen (or Snow White) fans — Poison Apple Punch!
This will be perfect for your upcoming Halloween parties, too!
During the Fall and Winter seasons you can find big bottles of Apple Cider in the juice aisle right next to the apple juice bottles. I think the apple cider gives it a bit of spice with the addition of clove and orange flavoring. But, you can totally make this punch with regular ol’ apple juice, too.
I love the fun of adding dry ice to party drinks, especially for added spooky effects. You certainly don’t need to add it to enjoy this delicious punch recipe. It’s just an addition to make it a little extra special.
I know you can find it at Kroger. I’ve bought it many times there. I bring some kitchen towels and one of those totes that keeps things cold with a silver lining. You can also just grab a styrofoam cooler.
Dry ice can evaporate fast, so if you want to keep it going for the whole party, you’ll need to buy 3-5 pounds and keep it covered before use.
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- Halloween Party Recipes: Dragon’s Blood Punch
- Zombie Eye Cupcakes
- Halloween Drinks: Toxic Tonic
- Zombie Pudding Cups
Halloween Party Decorations
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- How to Make DIY Vintage Halloween Ornaments
- Yarn Wrapped Black Cat Halloween Wreath
- Halloween Party Favors Surprise Balls
- How to Make Halloween Glowing Eyes
Poison Apple Punch
- 64 oz bottle apple cider (or apple juice)
- 2 liter of lemon lime soda
- 64 oz bottle cranberry apple juice
- dry ice
Combine all the drinks together in a beverage dispenser or punch bowl just before the party.
Use heavy gloves and a clean hammer to break up dry ice into chunks. Add several pieces to beverage dispenser.
Add a 1-inch piece to each glass when serving.
Wait until dry ice dissolves before drinking
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 125Total Fat: 0gSaturated Fat: 0gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 0gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 14mgCarbohydrates: 31gFiber: 0gSugar: 29gProtein: 0g
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OMG I love this so much! What a neat idea for a Halloween party or even just to surprise the kids after school one day near Halloween.
How fun and spooky! Thanks for sharing!
Oh this will be PERFECT for my Halloween Party (which is Disney themed like always!) I actually just got back form Disney World and all the little kids in the park were going crazy for all the Descendants merch! I can’t wait to go to Disneyland next month to celebration Halloween <3
That is going to be great for Halloween! I bet it tastes awesome too! I’ve never known where you could get dry ice. I’ll have to check my local Kroger chain.
Okay yum yum yum. This is such a great idea for fall parties and get togethers. And it sounds delicious.
Sounds so delicious, and looks so fun too! I love that you incorporated the dry ice – It gives it that creepy feeling, but keeps it fun.
Wow, what a cool looking drink! I love ciders anyway, and this just took it up a big notch! I’m inspired to play with dry ice more:-)
You are inventive. I like the ideas I’ve been seeing for Halloween.
I love this recipe. I love the dry ice aspect. How much fun would the kids have doing this!
I love this!! This would be an awesome Halloween welcome drink surprise for both grown-ups & kiddos! Looks so spooky & mysterious! Thanks for sharing! 🙂
This looks so cool! I will definitely try this out for the upcoming Halloween. Thank you for sharing!
I am just not ready for Halloween posts yet. My kids haven’t even started school yet. This is a fun recipe though. Dry ice… that is cool.
This looks like fun and sounds delicious! I am going to bookmark for our party this year! Thanks for the idea and what I love most – its SO easy!
I went to a restaurant before that had a drink that ‘smoked’ like that. I always wondered what made that type of effect… and now I know.
This is an awesome idea and sure to be a hit at any halloween party! I will be bookmarking this to make for ours.
This would be fun to make if my son decides he wants to do a Halloween Sleepover this year. Or I might just make it for a movie night and hunker down in my blanket and pj’s and watch Snow White for a girls night out.
tried to print the recipe to give it to my girlfriend who loves anything halloween related and it pops up page not found then my computer crashed and stops working. before anyone comes after me for stating my opinion, my computer was up to date with everything and it has never crashed before. so after buying a new computer, i decided to write the recipe down. this is the most horrible beverage i have ever tasted.
Thank you for letting me know! I’m currently working on a fix.