Learn how to make amazing party drinks your guests will crave!
This wickedly refreshing "bloody" punch, made of sweet apple, cranberry, grape juices, and fizzy cola, is sure to chill your guests at your next Halloween bash.
The following easy-to-concoct brew is light on the witchcraft and strange ingredients, heavy on the red color and tart taste.
A thirsty family member is the perfect target for this glassful of April Fools' trickery that's impossible to drink.
Halloween is the time to get dressed up. And why not dress up your kids' pre-trick-or-treat beverage while you're at it? Make a mocktail for them, and then make a grown-up version of this spooky seltzer for yourself.
These delicious, smiling sippers are simple to make.
Frozen fruit cubes transform any drink into a rainbow of colors.
This sweet, bubbly drink looks like something scooped up from a deep, dark bog and makes a great Halloween party beverage or spooky after-dinner treat.
When Cupid invites guests over, this is the beverage he serves. For the first time ever, he has graciously agreed to share his magic recipe--which also happens to make an excellent dessert drink for Valentine's Day dinner.
This brightly colored party punch can be dressed up with an optional wreath of frozen berries and (for those who like its distinctive licorice flavor) bits of floating star anise.
Most kids won't eat a worm unless that worm is gummy. So we put them in this "rotten" punch to make it extra yummy.
This version of sangria calls for cranberry juice cocktail in place of red wine.
Making fruit punch is a bit like playing mad scientist -- which is why it's so much fun to do with kids. You add a little of this and a lot of that to a pitcher until you come up with a drink that's "perfect."