Creepy Cocktails and Wicked Snacks: Recipes for a Memorable Halloween Feast


Halloween brings out the creativity in many people. What better to flex your creative bones than to prepare a Halloween feast full of tantalizing creepy cocktails and wickedly delicious snacks? Paired with the Yellow Bliss Co. Halloween box, your party will be one that guests will be talking about until next Halloween. Check out these recipes that are sure to be a treat with very few tricks! 

Black Magic Cocktail

Channel all the dark magic into this haunting cocktail. For a Black Magic Cocktail, you’ll need four onces of vodka colored with black food dye, two ounces of pomegranate juice and orange juice, one ounce of luxardo cherry syrup, and a teaspoon of edible white pearl dust.

Add all the ingredients to a cocktail shaker with ice and give it a thirty-second shake. Then, pour it into a coupe glass. The pearl dust adds a shimmer and dimension to the drink that makes it look like a potion swirling around.

Bloody Shirley drink

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Bloody Shirley

Mocktails can be just as delicious as fancy cocktails. The Bloody Shirly is the perfect drink to serve at a kid's party or as a non-alcoholic option for adults who don’t drink. You’ll need an ounce of cranberry juice, ½ ounce of grenadine, 3 ounces of lemon-lime soda, one ounce of ginger ale, and a food-safe syringe. 

Mix the cranberry juice and grenadine in a cup and draw it up into a syringe. Serve the lemon-lime soda and ginger ale over ice in a rocks glass and top it with a syringe. Guests can empty the bloody mixture, creating a creepy and interactive drink.

Buffalo Chicken Eyeballs

Your guests will be aghast at these creepy appetizers. These buffalo chicken meatballs from Ree Drummond are easy to make in bulk and are ready in no time. Among the ingredients are ground chicken, panko bread crumbs, and buffalo sauce. The recipe also has optional ranch dressing, which you can color red to look like gooey blood for the party.

Transform the meatballs into eyeballs by using half of a mozzarella ball and an olive stacked on top of each other. Serve on a skewer to drive home the creepy factor.

Monster rice crispies

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Monster Crispie Treats

These are sure to be a hit with kids and adults. You can make homemade rice crispy treats or use store-bought ones to save time. You’ll also need candy melts, candy eyeballs, and sprinkles. 

Melt the candy melts until smooth, and then dip in the rice crispy treats. Decorate them with sprinkles and candy eyeballs before the candy melts dry. Allow them to harden fully before eating. These can also be a fun activity for a kid’s Halloween party!

Hauntingly Good Cocktails and Food

Whether you’re planning an all-out Halloween party for friends and family or a low-key movie night for a small group, these recipes are sure to delight a crowd. Your Halloween party is sure to be the talk of the family, neighborhood, and friend group, especially when using Yellow Bliss Co. party products. Browse the full Halloween collection for your gathering today!

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