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Halloween Party Drinks To Make At Home

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Check out this awesome video that shows how to make a Halloween party drink recipe with limes, a special drink food coloring, basil and ginger ale!


Add a touch of Halloween decor to your homemade drinks using Martha Stewart bottle covers and treat bags!


Halloween Party Drinks To Make At Home

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18 Seedless Limes (2 cups)

1 3/4 cup cane sugar



Rimming sugar

Wilton Drink Coloring Kit

2 Liter Bottle of Ginger Ale


  1. Cut the limes in half.
  2. Juice the limes.
  3. Put the cane sugar in a gallon pitcher.
  4. Add the lime juice to the sugar and stir the mixture until the sugar dissolves.
  5. Fill the pitcher with water while continuing to stir it.
  6. Add the label to your wine bottle if desired.
  7. Fill the wine bottles with the lime and water mixture.
  8. Add two drops of the Wilton Drink Coloring color of choice to each bottle.
  9. Stir or shake to combine.
  10. Rim your glass using a sliced lime for the liquid and rimming sugar.
  11. Fill each glass about 3/4 full of ginger ale.
  12. Top the glasses off with the colored limeaid.
  13. Garnish with half a lime and a sprig of fresh basil.


Note: Other items you need are empty, clean wine bottles and labels. I used Martha Stewart bottle covers.

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