Halloween Drinks From Sandra Lee
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Sandra's shrunken-head straws, which are crafted from prunes, white chocolate, coconut and cloves, make for an out-of-the-ordinary garnish that's great for Halloween.
Get the Recipe: Spooky Punch
Dry ice is the secret to the spooky sensation of this cauldron filled with vodka and pineapple punch.
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Vampire Bite Mocktail
Give these fruity cocktails a spooky twist by rimming the glasses with red candy gel that will look like blood.
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With ingredients like pumpkin, cinnamon and maple syrup, this festive sangria is full of fall flavors.
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Vampire Kiss Martini
Give the classic French martini a Halloween twist by dropping gummy teeth into the glass before filling to the brim.
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Dragon's Blood Punch
Red punch and cranberry juice give this non-alcoholic punch its bloody color.
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Black Cloud Cocktail
The eerie black cloud layer in this drink comes from a splash of black vodka.
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Phoenix Rising Cocktail
This white Russian with a twist uses white chocolate liqueur. Serve it in a goblet fit for a queen's costume.
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Magical Mad Hatter
Cream of coconut adds a rich and tropical dimension to this layered drink.
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Coffee lovers rejoice: This cocktail features coffee liqueur, brewed coffee and crushed chocolate covered espresso beans.
Get the Recipe: Firewater
Pumpkin Jelly Shots
These fun-shaped jelly shots have a sweet surprise inside: a maraschino cherry.
Get the Recipe: Pumpkin Jelly Shots