If you’ve chosen a blood or vampire or Dexter party theme for this Halloween, what you’ll definitely need is some bloody food and drinks to make the party cooler. Today I’m sharing them! These recipes won’t do for kids’ parties cause the result is very scary but an adult party will be great with them, so let’s get started!
How about a Bloody Ghoul’s Goblet? The perfect mix of sweet & sour, this spooky serve is sure to cast a spell on your guests! Just don’t be alarmed when you see some creepy creatures at the bottom of your glass, for if you don’t garnish drinks with worms & tarantula brains on Halloween, then when?
Halloween is all about getting spooky! And what better way to achieve the ultimate Halloween bevvy for your monster bash than a frightening drink like this blood punch recipe non alcoholic? An absolute essential for your Halloween party, this creepy mocktail shimmers with the color of blood and kids will be happy to gather around since it has no alcohol. Just add a slug of gin, tequila or vodka for a grown-up version.
Just because the world is ending and there’s walkers everywhere that’s no excuse not to entertain in style. Lock the doors, turn out the lights and sip this Walker Blood Sangria. A little wine, a little pomegranate juice and you’ve got a party.
If you are still unsure what drinks to serve, this Spider Blood Shot is a great option. This iced tea creation is bloody tasty and easy to make! Again, the presentation is everything, so make sure to get enough syringes and schnapps glasses for serving.
These bloody apple cranberry cocktails are great for Halloween! For a kid friendly version, ditch the alcohol and add an extra bottle of chilled sparkling apple cider. This cocktail recipe makes for a comforting warm drink on a cold day. Pour punch into a Crockpot, warm on the stove in a large pot, or microwave individual portions. Serve in mugs and garnish each with a cinnamon stick if desired.
These vampire bite shots are just what you need to get the party started. It’s a quick bloody Mary mix poured into vials rimmed with a spicy cayenne salt. You get the bite from the spice and the booze, so take that as fair warning. After a few of these, the night might seem even more spookier than you thought it would be.
These blood spatter cookies look unbelievably awesome! Not only that, they are ridiculously fun to make and guaranteed to be a hit with guests and/or trick or treaters! You absolutely have to give them a go!
These creepy bloody cupcakes are stabbed with a knife and dripping with blood. A perfect dessert for your Halloween, zombie, or Walking Dead party. These cupcakes start with homemade red velvet cupcakes that are topped with cream cheese frosting and ooey gooey blood.
This bloody white cake with raspberry jam is as easy to make and incredibly gory. Classic red velvet flavor gives the white chocolate ganache both a gory and utterly irresistible flavor. If you can’t find red velvet emulsion, regular red food coloring would work just fine!
Tender white cake filled with pockets of red gel and covered with a white vanilla frosting. It’s then topped with a blood red white chocolate ganache and some chocolate vampire fangs are added for a gory garnish.
These Bloody Cups are filled with a raspberry sauce – making it the perfect treat for Halloween! They are vegan, gluten-free and only need 3 ingredients! They are pretty much like usual peanut butter cups, but filled with a simple raspberry sauce. I love the combination of the sweet chocolate and tart raspberries – if you want to make this dessert for children, feel free to add a bit more sweetener to the raspberry filling.