Orange Halloween Punch for a spooky good orange drink!
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Spooky season is arguably one of the best times of the year. The weather is starting to get cooler for the perfect sweater weather. Trees are changing colors. And I get to watch all the not-so-spooky halloween movies geared towards kids. See, I am a big scardy cat. I cannot watch real scary movies. But I do love the kid friendly ones. And so do my kids. So that’s a win win in our house!
Spooky season is also one of their favorites! From Halloween blankets, to fall themed crafts and baked goods, to more time outside without melting and bon fires, what’s not to love! And lets not forget, candy! Spooky season seems to also be filled with yummy treats and candy! So of course, a not-so-spooky Halloween punch was in order to make!
Celebrate fall, spooky season and all things Halloween with this festive Orange Halloween Punch to add a little extra fun to your favorite spooky season event!
Vanilla Ice Cream
Vanilla Frosting (for rim)
Halloween Sprinkles (I used these from Amazon)
Low Ball Glasses (these are the plastic ones I used)
Black Striped Straws (I used these)
About the Ingredients
Orange Soda is a carbonidated drink that is made from mixing orange juice and sugar. It has a bright orange color, making it perfect for a Halloween Punch.
Vanilla Ice Cream is made from mixing cream and sugar with vanilla flavoring and then freezing it and churning it. Vanilla ice icream is a very popular treat and the perfect base for our Orange Halloween Punch
Halloween Sprinkles add a little extra fun to this not so spooky Halloween beverage.
Orange Halloween Punch Recipe (3 drinks)
2)Add One Scoop Vanilla Ice Cream to each rimmed glass.
3)Top with Orange Soda
4)Add Black Striped Straw for the perfect orange and black color combination.
Are you a fan of Spooky season? Do you enjoy adding fun themed drinks to bring a little extra fun and excitement to events? So do we! Be sure to check out some of our favorite non alcoholic spooky season drinks like this Nightmare Before Christmas Jack Skellington Inspired Mocktail, or this Monster’s Inc Sully Inspired Mocktail!
What is your favorite Spooky season tradition in your house?