Halloween Cocktail Recipe // How To Infuse Vodka

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Halloween Cocktail Recipe // How To Infuse Vodka // www.thehisfor.com

It’s the first day of October and, if you’re anything like me, you are already planning for the holidays, starting with Halloween! Here at The H is For… We want to help you throw the BEST Halloween party ever, complete with fun activities for the kids, libations and treats for the adults [and, of course, healthier takes on Halloween classics]! It’s officially Fall, y’all! Since Halloween is one month away, I wanted to share with you the simple thing you can do to make your Halloween party cocktail a HIT! I’m sharing how to infuse vodka for a healthier Halloween cocktail recipe that is sure to be a spooky delight for your [adult] guests!

I’m sharing this a month before since this recipe requires at least a couple of weeks to make, but don’t let that scare you! It’s seriously so easy to do and will WOW your guests!

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FRUIT-INFUSED VODKA FOR A HALLOWEEN COCKTAIL

Prep Time: 10 Minutes // Total Time: 2-4 Weeks

Here’s What You Need 4 Weeks Before Serving:

Cherries cut into halves an pitted
2 Green Apples sliced thinly
Blackberries
3 Mason Jars
1 Handle of Tito’s Vodka

Here’s What You Need Day Of:

3 Cheese Cloths or Coffee Filters
Lime Soda [I use lime-flavored La Croix]
Punch Bowl
Dry Ice

  1. A few weeks before your party, fill each mason jar with a different type of fruit
  2. Pour vodka into each mason jar, making sure that the fruits are fully submerged in the vodka.
  3. Seal the mason jars and place them in the back of your refrigerator until the day of the event.

A few weeks later….

  1. Remove the mason jars from the fridge
  2. Using the cheese cloths or coffee filters, strain the alcohol to remove pieces of fruit.
  3. Add and all-natural food coloring for an extra pop of color to each ‘Poison’
  4. In the punch bowl, pour the Lime La Croix over the dry ice [you’ll want to do this right as guests arrive so the ‘caldron’ is bubbling and steaming while they’re there.
  5. Guests can pour their glass of soda, pick their poison and mix it in or just drink is straight on the rocks.
  6. Save the fruit if you want to use it in the cocktails for a spooky, yet chic, touch.

WHAT ABOUT FOR THE KIDS?

Kid-Friendly Halloween Mocktail Recipe // www.thehisfor.com

Keep them far away from the ‘Poison’, but the kids can enjoy this awesome, spooky Kid’s Only Halloween Mocktail:

KID-FRIENDLY HALLOWEEN MOCKTAIL

Prep Time: 10 Minutes // Total Time: 2-4 Weeks

Here’s What You Need:

Ice cube tray
Lime LaCroix
All-Natural Gummy Worms [I love these Gummy Worms from Surf Sweets]

  1. The day before your party, take out enough gummy worms and roll them to fill each ice cube tray.
  2. Cover the worms with water and freeze the trays
  3. After a few hours, pop them out and place them in a bowl.
  4. In a kid-friendly cup, [for the older kids, I used these chemistry beakers for a mad-scientist feel!] place a few ice cubes and fill up with the lime La Croix.
  5. Add a fun, halloween straw like these.
  6. As the ice melts, the kids will have a fun surprise.

Kid-Friendly Halloween Mocktail Recipe // www.thehisfor.comKid-Friendly Halloween Mocktail Recipe // www.thehisfor.com

All photos are by the wonderful and TALENTED Kristen Dee Photography!
Kids’ costumes by my favorite, Pottery Barn Kids
Flowers by the FABULOUS, kind and so wonderful Raquel from R Love Florals.
Event styling by my sweet friend and new mama, Elisabeth from Silver Lining Events + Co
‘Drink Me’ tags by the cutest and most creative Kelly with Pink Champagne Paper

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