Halloween is two days . . are you ready?!!!
As a kid, I didn’t really care much for Halloween, other than the candy, I wasn’t very big into the costumes and getting dressed up. That all changed, of course, after getting married and having kids. One year, there was a Halloween costume contest at my daughter’s school and my husband went all out. He was a ninja warrior, complete with the wig, long white beard, outfit and sword. He got second place that year but it’s all good.
Keeps us on our toes for next year.
Are you hosting a Halloween party this year and need a great cocktail? Well, I have a great recipe for you today!!
This Old Fashioned Spooooooky Ghoultini is my spin on an old fashioned with a twist! It’s delicious!! You guys, the coolest thing about this post, other than using my freaking power tool of a blender for this recipe, was working with dry ice.
Oh my gawd, SO FUN. I loved it.
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I love it!
- 1 cup frozen cherries
- ½ cup water
- ½ cup bourbon whiskey
- 1 teaspoon sugar (optional)
- 1 teaspoon grenadine
- 2-3 big scoops of orange sherbet ice cream
- To serve: black decorating icing; optional
- For the instructions and to see the complete recipe card, please visit The Kitchenthusiast.
You guys have to check out my post and recipe over at The Kitchenthusiast!! and I would love any comments over there. . !!! Thank you and wishing everyone a safe and fun Halloween!
Note: I do not recommend putting any dry ice into your cocktails. Just use the dry ice for decoration at your party table.
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