A Bloody Good Gin and Tonic
Halloween is my favorite holiday, so I love to mix up cocktails for the occasion! This easy cocktail is perfectly creepy, but tastes delicious.
Dairy-free, Gluten-free, Vegan, Vegetarian
Charity Beth Long
(such as Granny Smith)
of small blueberries
Gin and Tonic (per cocktail)
edible fake blood
Squeeze the lime and put the juice in a small cup.
Peel an apple, then using a
large metal melon baller
, cut out eyeballs.
Dip balls into the lime juice to prevent oxidation.
Using a small sharp object, cut out a circle the size of blueberry. I used a metal pour spout, but a large holed piping tip would also work.
Pop a blueberry in the hole then slice off the excess using a sharp knife.
Use immediately or freeze for later (make sure they don't touch so they don't freeze together).
Bloody Good Gin and Tonic
Pour the blood into the bottom of the glass then fill it with ice.
Squeeze a lime wedge into the glass then top with two ounces of gin.
Finish with two ounces tonic or more to taste.
Garnish with an eyeball. They float, so use a cocktail pick or fork.
For extra effect add a small chunk of dry ice to the drink with the ice.
Make sure to brush up on
dry ice safety
before your festivities!
Warning! This recipe might cause extreme joy. For personal use only. Copyright vintagekitty.com