Yes, this is how they make fog in the movies.  Simply an astounding, theatrical treat, Smoking Cauldron Punch is a a perfect beverage for Halloween parties

This punch is not alcoholic, but it tastes as if their might be something in it. Since my family knows what’s in it, we don’t care, but I have had the question put to me – “What’s in the punch?” “I could have sworn that there was a little something else…” Of course, for a party with adults, nothing stops you from adding a little something.

Smoking Cauldron Punch
It makes a wonderful treat at Halloween. Serve it in a cauldron. Try serving Witch’s Fingers along side.

Smoking Cauldron Punch
 
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The wonderful "smoke" created by the addition of water to dry ice gives this an incredibly eerie, weird and mystical quality one would only expect from a foggy graveyard. Try putting an ice (regular) or Jell-o hand (made in a glove) into the punch for added spookiness!
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Serves: 1 gallon
Ingredients
  • 1 can lemonade concentrate
  • 1 liter bottle or jar white grape juice
  • 2 liters Canada Dry Ginger-ale (not heavy in caramel) OR,
  • 2 liters Sprite/7-Up/no name lemon soda
  • 1/2 teaspoon green food coloring optional
  • dry ice, chopped
  • 2 pints water, divided
Instructions
  1. To make it “smoke” put dry ice in the cauldron instead of regular ice.
  2. Pour the punch into a punch bowl that fits within the cauldron and pour some water onto the dry ice. Do not put the dry ice into the punch.
  3. Water will activate the dry ice to create fog. Repeat adding small amounts of water until the punch is gone.

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3 Responses to Smoking Cauldron Punch

  1. Mindy says:

    what do you mean by a “bottle/jar” of grape juice?

  2. Mindy, Thanks for pointing this out. I’ve corrected the recipe to show 1 liter of while grape juice.

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