Orange Creamsicle Punch

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(Inside: It’s been a while since I have enjoyed my favorite holiday…Halloween. I’m sad it’s like a bajillionty months away. So I made some Orange Creamsicle Punch just for funsies and had a little memorial for my favoritest holiday…)

I can’t wait for Halloween to come back. My youngest tells me she’s trick-or-treating all the time…And I can’t blame her.

Who DOESN’T want free candy?! And to dress up in costumes?! And just generally celebrate the creepy and spooky?!

Dude. I know its like the end of spring/beginning of summer. But I miss Halloween.

So, we’re having Orange Creamsicle Poison Punch. And you can’t stop me. Heh.

With Halloween almost here, I’m sure you’re searching for that perfect drink. This orange creamsicle punch recipe is perfect for your upcoming party.

The family and I are anxiously waiting for Halloween to finally appear this year and will definitely be making our favorite drink for the parties.

I love Halloween and each year have so much fun with this orange creamsicle punch recipe.

It’s so delicious but is perfect for that Halloween vibe. Or that summer vibe when you’re just wishing that Halloween will come back. LOL!

With Halloween almost here, I’m sure you’re searching for that perfect drink. This orange creamsicle punch recipe is perfect for your upcoming party.

The kids and I have so much fun with the “poison” twist we put on it.

It’s great for pretend play for the kids and they really get into it. Although we do talk about (in whispers as if it’s a secret, LOL!) how it’s not REAL poison–that we don’t drink REAL poison…

 Wilton Candy Eyeballs,0.88 Ounce,Count of 50 12 Halloween Bottle Labels Alice in Wonderland 6Pcs Steampunk Antique 1ml Drink Me Bottle Mix Lot 97 Golden Spoon Mason Jars, With Regular Lids, and Lids for Drinking, Regular Mouth, Dishwasher Safe, BPA Free, (Set of 6) (16 oz/Pint)

I don’t know…it’s just so silly and I love playing with my kids. And I miss Halloween as much as they do…

And with the fizz, the candy eyeballs, and the fun straws, it’s sure to be a fun drink for almost anyone.

With Halloween almost here, I’m sure you’re searching for that perfect drink. This orange creamsicle punch recipe is perfect for your upcoming party.

What I really love about this drink aside of how fabulously fun it is, is how easy it is to put together!

There’s nothing very complicated about the orange creamsicle punch and I’m sure you’ll be making this again and again, all year-round (hehe…I am).

We definitely like to make this drink no matter what time of year it is. (Besides, the Halloween spirit rarely leaves this house!)

With Halloween almost here, I’m sure you’re searching for that perfect drink. This orange creamsicle punch recipe is perfect for your upcoming party.

Our family loves this drink and I’m sure it will be a huge hit around your house as well.

It’s easy, delicious, and such a fun Halloween drink. Or anytime drink. Whatever.

If you’re searching for that perfect Halloween drink, this orange creamsicle punch recipe is sure to satisfy your party guests, big or small–so pin it so you’ve got it for next year…

With Halloween almost here, I’m sure you’re searching for that perfect drink. This orange creamsicle punch recipe is perfect for your upcoming party.

Orange Creamsicle Punch

It's been a while since I have enjoyed my favorite holiday...Halloween. I'm sad it's like a bajillionty months away. So I made some Orange Creamsicle Poison Punch just for funsies and had a little memorial for my favoritest holiday...

Ingredients

  • Orange Punch
  • Sprite
  • Candy Eyeballs
  • Whipped Cream
  • Food Dye, red and yellow

Instructions

  1. First, freeze candy eyeballs in orange punch overnight. Once frozen, add some to the bottom of your mason jar or glass so that it fills it at least halfway.
  2. Top it with whipped cream and food dye (1 drop red, 2 drops yellow). Pour in a splash of orange punch and some sprite. (the sprite will create the fizz so punch first)
  3. Top your fizz with more candy eyeballs and add in straws. Serve and enjoy!

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