Saturday, October 24, 2009

Bloody Apple Cranberry Cocktails

Hiccup. I think this punch has been thoroughly tested for Halloween.

For a kid friendly version, ditch the alcohol and add an extra bottle of chilled sparkling apple cider.


1 (12 FL OZ) container frozen 100% cranberry juice, thawed
1 (25.4 FL OZ) bottle Martinelli’s Sparkling Apple Cider, chilled
1 cup apple flavored vodka
1/2 cup cranberry schnapps
4 cups very cold water, or ice water mix (For more intense cranberry flavor in the non alcoholic punch, use less water.)


Stir everything together in a pitcher and serve.

Note: This cocktail recipe makes for a comforting warm drink on a cold day. Pour punch into a Crockpot, warm on the stove in a large pot, or microwave individual portions. Serve in mugs and garnish each with a cinnamon stick if desired.

Recipe and photograph by Laura Flowers


Memória said...

Oh yeah! I can make this without alcohol or soda just for myself. I don't drink, so this is perfect. I love the glasses!

Coleens Recipes said...

What a beautiful color!! GREAT photo.

Patricia @ ButterYum said...

Fantastic photo... where in the world did you find those skull glasses?

Ginger said...

Apple flavored vodka and cranberry schnapps!! I am available for additional taste testing if you should need me! That is one "COOL" looking photo. It has to be one of my favorites EVER. . . . Happy Sunday.

La Table De Nana said...

I agree a great photo:) So different!!

Mary Bergfeld said...

What a gorgeous photo. I've bookmarked this for the next time we have a gang for drinks. I love to serve something just a little different and this certainly is.

The Cooking Photographer said...

Thank-you ladies!

I bought the cups and platter on clearance at Rite Aid yesterday Patricia. I also saw them at a grocery store, so I think they might be a pretty common find this year.


kittyninja2000 said...

Laura, looks fab and sounds yummy!

Piee said...

I never thought about using apple cider for cranberry vodka...or adding some cranberry schnapps. I think you hit the jackpot! mmm...I think I need to get my alcohol fix now.

Erin from Long Island said...

everything taste better when served in a goblet = )

i have never seen cranberry schnapps...i need to find a better liquor store

Trissa said...

I love how you get into the halloween spirit! Where did you get the glasses? They are so cute!

Spryte said...

Yum!! This sounds great!!!

The Cooking Photographer said...

Thank-you for the comments ladies!

Joyce said...

Those goblets add a punch of their own too:)

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