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Before you know it, it’s going to be time to start putting together all of the Halloween treats that we love most. Social distancing doesn’t have to keep us from enjoying our favorite Halloween candies, that’s for sure! Of course, the process of putting these treats together isn’t complete without one of your favorite drinks, too. No party is complete without them, right?

That’s where this awesome video is going to come into play. If you’d like to split the difference between your treats and your drinks, this video is the perfect one for you. Ghostly Halloween Punch is sure to make any get together a great one. Or, maybe you are just looking for something that will get a nice reaction on your next Zoom conference.

Todd’s Kitchen has all sorts of great ideas that are sure to get people talking but this is our current favorite. If you are in need of a beverage that quenches your thirst (and comes with a side of spectral shadow), you are in luck.

Photo: YouTube / Todd’s Kitchen

All you need to get started is some cranberry juice cocktail, ginger ale (ginger beer also works just fine), cinnamon sticks, and lime juice. You’ll also need a “severed hand” but we’ll let the experts explain that one to you. We don’t want to be the ones to spoil the surprise. The best part of all is that you can have this cool effect without all of the usual hassles.

Halloween can be fun but the decorative process is time-consuming. That’s why we need ideas like this one. If you are anything like us, you are definitely going to be giving this one a try this year. We can always use new decorative inspiration and Halloween gives us the chance to let our freak flags fly.

In the meantime, we are going to be sharing this one with all of our friends and loved ones. After all, you don’t want to be the only one with a severed hand to call your own, do you? When you’re ready to get started on some new decorations that are sure to stand out from the usual norm, be sure to check out this tutorial.