Halloween recipe: four-ingredient spooktacular punch

October 31, 2016 , In: Blog, Recipes , With: 2 Comments
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It’s Halloween weekend guys! Happy Halloweeeeen 🎃👻🎃👻

For the first time since me and Nath have been together, this will be our first Halloween celebrating at home and actually opening the doors to hopefully a lot of cute little trick or treaters.halloweenpunch5As it’s our Anniversary, we usually head out for food with some form of exciting Halloween activity. Last year, for example, we went to Harvey Nichols for a film and food night which was marvellous, but this year we’ve decorated the house and are staying in. 

For the occasion, I’ve decided very last minute to make a rum punch, containing only four ingredients. If you’re also staying in tonight and fancy a little tipple, then this simple rum punch is one you can create, probably without needing to leave the house.halloweenpunch6All of the ingredients mentioned are ones you can completely substitute for your favourite alternatives instead, or swapped for items that you do have in your cupboards.

Spooktacular Punch 4 Halloween
With only four ingredients needed, this Halloween punch is a must, and one that can be adapted to what you have in the house.
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Prep Time
10 min
Total Time
10 min
Prep Time
10 min
Total Time
10 min
Ingredients
  1. Rum
  2. Tin of fruit cocktail
  3. Tropical fruit juice
  4. Grenadine
Instructions
  1. Empty the tin of fruit cocktail into your jar, including the syrup.
  2. Dependent on how strong you'd like your punch to be, I used 1 part rum to 3 parts juice.
  3. Pour in grenadine.
  4. Serve and enjoy!
Notes
  1. You can substitute all of the ingredients with alternatives according to your taste.
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To garnish, I dipped the walnut in orange food colouring followed by a coat of red gel icing, for a gorey brain. The super basic spider was made from sandwich bag ties and the spider web surface was just made from torn apart cotton wool.

Hopefully this can inspire you to try out your own punch for tonight, and if you do, I’d love to know what you made and how it tasted.

Happy Halloween you lovely lot.
Charlotte xox

  1. Reply

    Ha, the walnut is an amazing idea 🙂 I hope you had a spooktacular Halloween and anniversary! x

    • Charlotte
      Reply

      Yay so glad you like it. I had no idea how I even came up with it, and knew that a walnut would work, but so happy with how it came out 🙂

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Charlotte Corner

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