Four a Wicked Halloween: Guest Post from cooking the recipe

four a wicked Halloween

Hello, I am Deanna and I blog over at  I am thrilled to be participating in this blog swap meet today! I like to thank Kallee  for swapping with me. Her post is on my blog and my post is on her blog! We hope that our wonderful readers will enjoy this little variation from our regular postings!
This year I am having a crazy Halloween party,and i founds these really fun cocktails that you could also serve with or without the alcohol. In the spirit of Halloween I also though it would to fun to share the recipes.

Poison Apple

 lightly brush rims of glasses with agave syrup and sprinkle black decorating sugar  around rim. for 2 drinks fill cocktail shaker with ice cubes: add 1/2 cup chilled apple juice,1/2 cup sour apple pucker schnapps and 1/4 cup citrus-flavored vodka, cover and shake vigorously for 30 seconds: strain into glasses, pour 1/4 cup chilled lemon-line seltzer into each glass. and garish if desired

The Ghost busters

In a pitcher  combine 2 cups of coconut flavored rum, 1/4 cups vanilla flavored vodka, 3/4 cups hazelnut liqueur and 1 1/2 cups half&half  stir to combine serve chilled over ice.

The Great Pumpkin Drink

Ice,  1 1/2 ounce pumpkin puree, 1 1/2 ounce vanilla vodka, 2ounces apple cider, 1 1/2 ounces spicy ginger ale, such as bruce cost. In a cocktail shaker filled with ice, combine the pumpkin puree,vodka,and apple cider. Shake for 10-15 seconds. Strain into Collins glass filled with ice and top with ginger ale.

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Below the collage are links to all of the posts that participated in our Blog Swap Meet: Halloween Party Treats!
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Food Storage Moms posted on Dizzy Busy and Hungry
Dizzy Busy and Hungry posted on Food Storage Moms
Craft Dictator posted on If You Can Read You Can Cook
If You Can Read You Can Cook posted on Craft Dictator
Confections + Coffee posted on Honesty’s Protegee
Honesty’s Protegee posted on Confections + Coffee
Soda Pop Avenue posted on Cynfully Wonderful
Cynfully Wonderful posted on Soda Pop Avenue
Cooking the Recipe posted on Creative Southern Home
Creative Southern Home posted on Cooking the Recipe
Mammy2Grammy posted on Crafty Meggy
Crafty Meggy posted on Mammy2Grammy


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    I love these drinks, so fun! I imagine you could make non-alcoholic versions for kid parties too. I am so glad you could participate in our Blog Swap Meet! I am heading over to check out your recipe as well!
    Kristin @

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