How to Make Your Halloween Drinks Glow in the Dark

Tonic water. Who knew it could make things glow in the dark? And while everyone is busy with Halloween parties and planning dishes, tonic water is an ingredient you probably already have on hand.

Click play on the video below to find out how Jenny from Food Network Kitchens makes her drinks and gelatin glow (and which colors work better than others). Finally, learn how to take your party punch one step further with a glow-in-the-dark floating hand.

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An unexpected ingredient - tonic - sets Halloween refreshments all aglow.
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