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Halloween Drink Garnish Ideas - DIY


Spooky party garnishes

Halloween is almost here! If you're hosting a Halloween party, you may be looking for some ways to decorate and add some spooky flair. Here are three easy ideas that won't take much time but will make your party memorable:

  • Lychee Eyeballs

    • 1 can of lychee, longan, or rambutan fruit
    • 1 pack of blueberries or raspberries
    • 1 pack of metal picks
    • (optional) can fill lychee with chamoy for an extra gory effect

Drain a can of lychee and insert blueberry or raspberry into lychee. Carefully pierce two lychee eyeballs with a metal pick.

        

  • Jicama Spooky figures

    • 1 fresh jicama
    • 1 set of Halloween cookie cutters

Slice jicama into 1/4in thickness slices. Press with the cookie cutter. Top with toppings based on use -Tajin for a fresh snack or drink garnish or chocolate dip for a sweet, crunchy combination. 

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  • Flying Bat Jell-o Shots

    • 1 pack of lime Jell-o (6oz)
    • 2 packs of unflavored gelatin (0.25oz)
    • 1 bottle of Flighty Agave Margarita mixer
    • 1 oz of tequila
    • (optional) sea salt

Bring two cups of water to a boil, turn it off, and add a packet of Lime Jell-o & the two packets of gelatin. Stir until dissolved. Next, mix a Flighty Agave Margarita Mixer with one once of tequila. Stir one cup of margarita into the Jell-o mixture. Pour into mold & add a pinch of sea salt into each figure and refrigerate for at least 2 hours.   

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There's no doubt that Halloween is one of the most popular holidays in America. People love to get into this holiday's fun and spooky spirit by decorating their homes and yards with scary decorations, costumes, parties, etc. It's also an excellent time for people who want to get creative in the kitchen with edible treats such as cookies, candies, drinks, etc. One way you can add some flair to your table or buffet at a Halloween party is by using these spooky garnishes!

 --Authors--

Angel & Daisy, Founders at Flighty Premium Mixers

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