Spooky Halloween Punch Recipes

Conjure up a good time with one of these party-perfect potions.

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Spooky Punches and Skeleton Desserts

Spooky Punches and Skeleton Desserts

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Ralph Smith

Your Halloween party shopping list may not include bat wings, slimy toads, or eye of newt — but that doesn’t mean you can’t brew a spellbinding treat of your own! Break out your cauldron (or punch bowl) and mix up some magic with one of these crowd-pleasing potions.

Geoffrey Zakarian makes a Shirley Temple of Doom, as seen on Food Network's The Kitchen

Made with lemon-lime soda, sports drink and fresh lime juice, this ghoulish green brew is perfect for party-goers of all ages.

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What could be more spine-tingling than dipping your ladle into a punch bowl of ruby-red dragon’s blood?

Spooky Punches and Skeleton Desserts

Spooky Punches and Skeleton Desserts

Photo by: Ralph Smith

Ralph Smith

When you get the eerie feeling that someone (or something) is watching you, check the punch bowl!

FN RECIPE Sandra Lee Witches Brew

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With the help of a little dry ice, this punch bowl bubbles with toil and trouble — just like a witch’s cauldron.

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.

Don’t be surprised if you find your guests lurking around the punch bowl to get another sip; frozen fruit ice cubes keep this punch cold without watering down its flavor.

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