Friday Finds: Halloween Drinks

You can certainly get creative with Halloween food… but, the drinks are where you can really go crazy! Today’s finds are all dedicated to the fun of Halloween drinks. Check out the following links for an array of Halloween inspiration.

Sources from top left clockwise: Witches’ Brew from Martha Stewart, Haunting Hot Chocolate from BHG (I LOVE white hot chocolate!!), Fresh from the Lab Bubbling Mocktails/Cocktails from Martha, and Boo-Nilla Shakes from Martha

Sources from top left clockwise: Blood Thirsty Mary from Martha Stewart, Bleeding Heart Martini from Martha, Sinister Cider Cocktail from Martha Stewart, Sweet N’ Tart Cocktail and Tootsie Roll Cocktail from Cocktailtimes.com

Sources from top left clockwise: Ghoulada Punch from Martha Stewart, Red Sangria from Martha Stewart, Ghoul’s Punch from BHG, and (my favorite!) Shrunken Heads in Cider from Martha Stewart

Sources from top left clockwise: Lychee and Grape Eyeballs from Martha Stewart (I’ve made these before and they were a HIT!), Candied Rim and Lychee Eyeball from Hostess with the Mostess, Bedeviled Skewer from BHG, Ice Eyeballs from Martha Stewart

Sources from top left clockwise: Skeleton Hand Garnish Trays from Pottery Barn, Halloween Etched Cocktail Shaker, Cold Blooded Ice Tray found at Fred Flare, Brain Freeze Ice Tray found at Fred Flare, Skull Drinkware from Target, Flask from Online Science Mall

www.halloweendrinks.net
Last, but certainly not least check out this recipe for your own Pumpkin Spice Liquor from
HalloweenDrinks.Net. I can just imagine all the drinks I’m going to create with this addition to my bar!

Well, I hope that you enjoyed today’s Friday Finds as much I have enjoyed finding them all!

Weekend Reader’s Question: 
What kind of cocktail/drink/punch are you going to serve this year at your Halloween party?
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