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RECIPE FOR LIME CHILLER WITH BLOOD DRIPPINGS
Title:Lime Chiller With Blood Drippings
Category:Halloween
Lime Chiller with Blood Drippings

Makes 10 servings.

1/4 cup honey or corn syrup
12 drops red food coloring
4 cups chilled pineapple juice
6 ounces frozen limeade concentrate
3 cups chilled ginger ale

In a shallow pan, such as a pie pan, add honey and food coloring and mix until well blended. Dip the rims of the wine goblets into the mixture one at a time, coating the rims of the glasses. Turn upright and let stand to allow the mixture to drip down, resembling blood. Place a paper towel around the base of the glass to catch drips.

At time of serving, in a serving bowl or punch bowl, combine pineapple juice with limeade and stir until limeade dissolves; stir in ginger ale.

Tip: This may be doubled or tripled.

NOTE: Instead of using ice that can water down the drinks, freeze seedless red grapes to keep the punch cold. Fill a baking sheet in a single layer with grapes and freeze until they are frozen solid and store in freezer in a resealable bag until time of serving.



 

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