6 Hauntingly Delicious Halloween Party Punches

Double, double toil and trouble — these are the drinks that make our cauldrons bubble!
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Double, double toil and trouble — these are the drinks that make our cauldrons bubble. Some are boozy (and some are fit for little ghouls and boys), but all of these after-dark Halloween punch picks will ensure your party is a hauntingly good time.

If the idea of this Bloody Punch featured in Food Network Magazine has you feeling all faint, rest assured that The Pioneer Woman concocted this vibrant red hue with red fruit punch, strawberry daiquiri mix, grape-raspberry juice and soda.

Spooky Punch; Sandra Lee

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Tara Donne

Plunge worm ice cubes and shrunken-head straws into Sandra Lee's fruity (and aptly named) Spooky Punch.

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Food Network Kitchens Blueberry Rickety Eyebll Punch

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Matt Armendariz, 2012, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

This Blueberry Rickety Eyeball Punch is one drink that'll stare right back at you. It's a spooky take on a classic rickey that kids will love, and adding a little gin makes it a refreshing adults-only cocktail.

FN RECIPE Sandra Lee Witches Brew

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Brian Kennedy, 2013, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Billowing with eerie dry ice-induced steam, Sandra's Witch's Brew will greet your Halloween guests with an ominously floating outstretched hand.

Food beauty of the Zombie Punch, as seen on Food Network’s Patricia Heaton Parties, Season 1.

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Jessica Brooks, 2014, Cooking Channel, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

Creepy eyeball ice cubes float to the top in Patricia Heaton's uber-fruity Zombie Punch.

Toast your guests with a cup of blood — in the form of Food Network Magazine's Blood-Red Cherry Punch.

Get more of the spookiest Halloween party ideas right here.

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