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Creative ways to consume alcohol (ex: jello shots, soaked fruits, etc)?

I am hosting a Halloween party tomorrow and would like to serve alcohol in creative ways, like jello shots, etc. I have already made some jello shots in oranges (to make orange wedges). Any ideas?

3 Responses to Creative ways to consume alcohol (ex: jello shots, soaked fruits, etc)?

  • Stephanie V says:

    Hallow out a medium Pumpkin and make a "punch bowl". If you make sure you get all the "guts" out, the bevy’s won’t take on the taste of the pumpkin, it’s not that strong, BUT you could make the drink to go it in to COMPLIMENT the pumkin, here is a site with some good recipes, but not sure if you’re liquor store carries this "pumkin spice" liquor, I’m sure you could make something nutty or spicy that would taste good out of the pumpkin though! HAPPY HALLOWEEN!
    http://www.brewhaus.com/forums/showthread.php?t=935

  • fanella says:

    rum cake.

  • Kooter says:

    Fruit that has alcohol needs to soak a while-like a day. I tried doing grapes last year, unfortunately I ate them four minutes later, watermelons. Jello shots with a fake eye or bat or something at the bottom, do not serve after people have consumed lots of liquer, or maybe put those into liquid drinks, not jello, for safety reasons.

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