This and that: Vampire's Blood for Halloween

Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Vampire's Blood for Halloween

I am not a Halloween person but this year I have done a few crafts for this holiday and decided that I wanted to make a drink.  I first want to make something with candy corn as that is my favorite Halloween candy but I couldn't figure out how to make the colours to stay layered.
So I decided to make some blood with congealed blood too.  

Vampire's Blood


Ingredients:
Sanpellegrino Sparkling Pomegranate & Orange
Lemon Lime Soda
Orange Juice
Cherry Jello*
Ice Cube
Candy blood (optional)

Ingredients:
Add ice cubes to glass or jar - about 1/2 of the container.
Pour in Sanpellegrino so that the jar or glass is filled 2/3 full.
Add a good splash of orange juice.
Add 1 tbsp of Cherry Jello, it is ok if it breaks into small pieces or stays in one blob.
Top the drink with Lemon Lime Soda.
Optional:  I found candy blood and dripped it around the lid and down the side.

*Cook's Note:  You can either make your own jello or buy prepared jello.  I used a prepared jello and used one container.




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11 comments :

  1. Great, easy, fun recipe! I love the cute little bottles too. Thanks, Marlys!

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    1. Thanks Lorinda... the bottles are starbucks.. perfect for making drinks with.

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  2. That looks so spooky and delicious at the same time....definitely pinning this for me to try later! I also G+ and tweeted it :-)

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  3. Thank so much for sharing these at the In and Out of the Kitchen Link Party!

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  4. I know some little and not so little kids that would love that vampire blood drink, Marlys! Thanks for sharing.
    Have a wonderful week.

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  5. That looks really nice!
    Saw this at in and out of the kitchen party

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  6. Very cool. And really socially acceptable this week, but not in, say, three months!

    Creative - we'll give it a shot in my house!

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