Halloween Scorpion Venom Punch
Halloween Scorpion Venom Punch is the most fun and spooky drink and a perfect recipe for a Halloween horror night. Lemon jello adds a bright hue to this drink along with pineapple juice and optional vodka. This punch recipe is perfect for adults and children that will put the ‘sting’ into your Halloween party.
I love Halloween and if you could see my home, you’ll see how true this is. You see, the props in the pictures are nothing I bought specially for this post, they are actually items currently displayed and that are currently being used in my home (like the scorpion glass below).
If this Halloween Scorpion Venom Punch is not scary enough for you, check out my frightening Halloween skull and dagger cake. It is a fun Halloween party centerpiece and have everyone talking.
Halloween punch with or without alcohol
You can make 2 batches of this drink, 1 for the kids without alcohol and a fun one for the adults with vodka. This way the kids will feel like they’re drinking the same thing as the adults.
If you’ve been a long time reader, you’ll be familiar with the Brownie Graveyard I made a few years ago and the Halloween popcorn (pictured below) which would be a perfect snack and dessert to serve with this punch.
More Halloween Drink Ideas:
If you want other drink options, I have a Blood Orange Martini (with spider and web) and a Halloween Spooky Screwdriver (both pictured below). Halloween has become a great holiday to decorate with and have fun and the items that are available in the stores are cooler than ever.
The focus of this Halloween party punch is not some much the drink itself, even though it is delicious in its simplicity, its all about the look. The look of scorpion venom for a creepy Halloween drink.
I don’t know what color scorpion venom is, and I don’t ever want to, but bright yellow looks good to me and it kind of looks like it would glow in the dark. You could also use green jello for a green Halloween punch, or both!
The laboratory beakers are a fun a spooky way to serve the drink and they have a great selection at Michael’s art supply and craft store. The scorpion skeleton is something we bought last year and the skull vodka bottle is on display all year round on our bar (among our other decanters).
If you’ve tried this Halloween Scorpion Venom Punch or any other recipe on the blog then don’t forget to rate the recipe and let me know how you got on in the comments below. I love to hear from my readers!