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Last Minute Halloween Party Punch

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Super Easy Halloween Party Punch Recipe Hip2Save.com

If you’re looking for an easy and festive last minute Halloween party drink, try this yummy lime sherbet punch! Fill and then freeze a latex glove with water along with some plastic spiders in an ice cube tray for an extra spooky effect. 🙂

Spooky Halloween Party Punch

Recipe from FoodNetwork.com

2 liters ginger ale
46 oz. can of pineapple juice
1 quart lime sherbet

Directions: Scoop lime sherbet into a large punch bowl. Add ginger ale and pineapple juice. Decorate with spider ice cubes and frozen hand if desired.

Best Party Punch for Halloween Hip2Save.com

This is a really basic and yummy party punch that can be adapted for any occasion! It’s the type of easy punch my mom always made growing up and we loved it. Enjoy!

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  1. Colleen

    We make this frequently for parties. You can skip the pineapple juice if you do desire. Also you can use orange sherbet. We us usually use rainbow sherbet which may not be the best for Halloween , except when it starts to melt , all the colors melt to get her and create a creepy looking color. Also we have used this as a punch for baby showers. We poured the Sprite/7-up in first with a few drops of food coloring to make it foamy blue or pink or green and then floated rubber duckies in it. After the shower they can be wiped off and be an extra little gift for the baby to be. At the holiday time we have colored the 7-up red and added lime sherbet(red and green) and floated frozen ice with a fruit roll up made poinsettia in it.

    • Just Me

      Agree my family has been doing rainbow sherbert and 7up for parties for as long as I can remember!

    • Heather

      Those are great ideas! I may have to borrow some. 🙂

  2. maflies1

    Thanks for the reminder, Collin. So easy, but I honestly forgot how we used to make this so I just kind of hoped it would turn out great. 🙂 Really appreciate the recipe!

  3. Jake

    Quick safety reminder – if you are serving this at a party make sure your guests don’t have latex allergies!

    • B

      Thank you Jake I just posted the same thing! Good safety tip. 🙂

  4. B

    This is so fun but be careful and find out if anyone at your party is allergic to latex. 🙂 I am quite allergic and it would not be the most fun if I drank it 😱

  5. ish

    Ewww this looks gross, drinking latex

  6. JODI

    OMG, You’re supposed to REMOVE the glove from the frozen hand!! LOL!!

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