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11 Spooky Good Halloween Drinks with Vodka

    11 Spooky Good Halloween Drinks with Vodka

    The witches will be laughing and the zombies will be dancing after drinking these festive drinks for Halloween.

    1. Vampire Killer Martini

    Raise the temperature with a cocktail as fiery as this Vampire Killer Martini. Be sure to add some serrano pepper and beets for an impressive presentation. The vodka will be infused after a week, but the process is worth the time and effort.

    2. Pumpkin Pie Shots

    In these Pumpkin Pie Shots, the combination of pumpkin and butterscotch creates a wickedly delicious flavor. To create a Hocus Pocus atmosphere at your party, give each drink some whipped cream and color it with a little black food coloring.

    3. Spiced Apple Cider Jelly Shots

    What could be more fun than fishing for apples in a barrel? Then, you should use this recipe for Spiced Apple Cider Jelly shots! These delicious shots are the perfect way to get fall parties off to a sweet start. Put in a gummy worm that looks like something out of a horror movie, and watch how your guests react when they see it.

    4. Pumpkin Pie Martinis

    Even though they are smooth and sugary, these Pumpkin Pie Martinis can be made to look spooky by placing meringue bones on the rims of the glasses in which they are served. So give one of these other recipes a shot to take the fright factor to a new level this Halloween.

    5. Spiderweb Cream Cocktail

    The creepy crawlers are the perfect way to end a dinner party. At Amanda’s Cookin’, sinister spiders are served alongside luscious coffee cocktails. Choose a straightforward spider made of plastic, or make your own.

    6. Candy Apple Martini

    It’s all about how things are presented, and this recipe for Candy Apple Martinis is right on target! Your guests will be enticed to take a drink by the deep amber color of the beverage.

    7. Witches’ Brew

    With this spooky Witches’ Brew punch, you’ll be sure to enchant your guests. Simply leaving out the vodka will result in a non-alcoholic version that can be served to your guests. Then, serve these Witches’ Broomsticks to your guests as a festive garnish.

    8. Bloody Mary

    It’s not scary if there isn’t any blood. To add some zest to your drink, try serving this traditional Bloody Mary recipe with “fingers” made from sausage sticks or “eyeballs” made from black olives.

    9. Cocktail with Pears and Apples

    The addition of fresh pineapple brings a touch of the tropics to these pear apple cocktails, which also hint at autumn. To add a spooky touch to these sugary beverages, decorate the rims with black sugar and top them with gummy worms.

    10. Candy Corn Jell-O Shots

    Although candy corn is synonymous with Halloween, we recommend skipping the sweets and going straight for Daily DIY Life’s delicious Jell-O shots instead of indulging in the holiday’s traditional candy. They will most certainly magically enchant your guests.

    11. Halloween Vampire Cocktail

    These blood curdling beverages, brought to you by Self Proclaimed Foodie, are sure to turn up the creep factor. She decorates the amaretto and vodka drink with raspberry puree drawn into a syringe to add flair.

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