A Halloween party drink should be a little eerie and a whole lot of fun. That’s what makes this Halloween punch recipe the perfect spooky fog drink for kids. Your kids will love this witch’s brew!
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Spooky Fog Drinks for a Halloween Party
You’ve got your child’s Halloween party planned.
Spooky decorations? Check!
Awesome costume? Check!
Creepy treats for guests to eat? Check!
If you don’t have those checked, you should grab this book —> Super Awesome Halloween Activities and Crafts! It is more than 30 pages of kids’ crafts, games and themed recipes.
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But what about that little something to really “wow” your guests and make the party special?
Add a spooky fog drink! It’s easier than you think!
How to Make Spooky Fog Drinks
- clear glass or punch bowl
- colorful drink like Gatorade or Kool-Aid
- gummy worms
- dry ice (click here to find a store that sells it near you)
- warm weather gloves
First, fill your glass with your spooky drink.
Next, add gummy worms, or other creepy crawlies, to the edge of the glass for an extra spooky effect!
Witch’s Brew Spooky Halloween Drink
The final ingredient for your foggy witch’s brew is to add in a few small pieces of dry ice. Our dry ice came in a big brick and we had to chip pieces off of it. Use tongs to handle the dry ice, and gloves if you must pick it up with your hands. It is very, very cold.
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Watch the children’s eyes grow wide with amazement at what you have just created.
You can even use beakers to create a Mad Scientist Potion, like this one from Foodie Fun. Cool, right?
Safety Tips for Working with Dry Ice
- Dry ice is a solid form of carbon dioxide gas that we exhale every time we breathe. The foggy smoke is not harmful. Of course, if you will be using large amounts of dry ice, then be sure to work in a well-ventilated area to keep good oxygen flow in the room.
- Dry ice is much cooler than regular ice and can give you a freezer burn if you touch it directly, so wear gloves when working with it. Dry ice will sink to the bottom of your drink, so either wait until fog clears to take a drink, or just sip the drink from the top without letting the dry ice actually go into your mouth. Don’t eat solid dry ice, it’s way too cold for your body!
- Store dry ice in an insulated cooler, not your freezer. It is colder than regular ice, and will slowly melt in your freezer. As it melts, it turns from solid carbon dioxide to gaseous carbon dioxide and the air pressure in a confined area of your freezer will increase and could cause damage.
- Buy your dry ice as close as possible to when you plan to use it, as it is difficult to keep it cold enough to remain solid for more than 8 hours or so in a home environment.
Halloween Family Fun
Are you hosting a Halloween party this year at home or in the classroom? (Or do you just need to keep your kids busy long enough to make dinner?!)
We love this book of Halloween crafts, games and themed recipes! It is more than 30 pages of ideas! Grab a copy of Super Awesome Crafts & Activities for Kids and stay busy the whole month of October!
More Halloween Treats and Crafts
- 10 Things You Need for a Super Halloween Party
- Blood Clot Jello Cups
- Halloween Eyeball Lantern
- 15 Epic Dollar Store Halloween Hacks
What’s your favorite Halloween treat? Comment below!
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