Halloween Drink Ideas - The Rookie Cook
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Halloween is right around the corner. So for your Halloween Party, check out this episode of The Rookie Cook for some fun, easy drink ideas.


Oh, hey there! I was just preparing my costume for my Halloween party this year. I’m going as a legendary singer, Steve Perry. It’s going to be awesome. On top of that, I’ve also been preparing some drinks for my Halloween party. I want to share them with you on today’s episode of The Rookie Cook. If you’re hosting any type of Halloween party this year, I’ve got 2 easy Halloween drinks for you to make for your party. First up, apple cider, come, what you’re going to need is well, apple cider, and depending on how big your party is how many people you plan on having. If you’re inviting the whole neighborhood, you may need more of that but you decide how much you’ll need. So we’re going to take this and we’re going to pour that into a pot like so and we’re going to set that to boil. So bring that to a boil then we’re going to take some cinnamon sticks and we’re going to drop them in. we’re going to take some cloves, plop them in and finally, some sugar, now I’m going to suggest about a spoonful to a spoonful half of sugar will do. We’re going to let this boil for about 10 minutes. Once that’s boiled, it’s going to be, it smells like good. Then we’re going to pour it into a nice little mug. I like to leave the cinnamon sticks in there after you strained it. Take out the cloves but a. Cheers! That is good. Okay, next up is the green ghoul punch. I know it sounds frightening but it’s going to be tasty. What you’re going to need for this is you’re going to need some lime aid, some ginger ale, marshmallows and some lime sherbet. Again, depending on how big your party is, that’ll just determine your measurement. So we’re going to do is we’re going to add some lime aid to the mix, I’m going to fill this glass up to 1/3. And then I’m going to add some ginger ale to that, Canada dry, the champagne of ginger ales. Pour that in, we’re going to fill that up toward this glass is about half full. And now we’re going to add some lime sherbet. And I like a lot of sherbet on mine, so we’re going to add some bunch of that. Okay, now this is kind of fizzing up a little bit so we’re going to add some marshmallows now. This is going to add effect to some floating ghost. So cute. And we’re going to plop those in. And this is going to, it’s going to be a great Halloween. And those are just 2 easy drinks that you can prepare for your Halloween party. I mean you can take my word for it. I’m just a small town girl living in a lonely world coming to you with open arms. Sorry, I’m just preparing for my costume this year. It’s going to be so great. Thanks for watching The Rookie Cook. I’m Joe Bennett. If you have any rookie cook question, please let us know in the comment section, and we might make an episode out of it. And do us a big favor, fit the subscribe button, strangers dancing up and down the boulevard.