With Halloween coming up in just a little over a week, we’re turning over to all things The Nightmare Before Christmas! What a better way to celebrate Halloween than with boozy drinks and dessert to go along with all the Halloween candy? Let’s get right to it!
The Jack Skellington Cocktail
Diving right into the main characters, Laura Jene (from The Life She Has) was inspired by Jack Skellington and created a cocktail after him. There is even a hint of Christmas too! Check out this sweet and delightful alcoholic concoction here!
Sally Jello Shots
Jello shots? Classic. But have you ever wanted to make them Sally-esque? Now you can! Britannie (from Simplistically Living) shares with us her Sally-inspired jello shot recipe. Check it out here! It’s as colourful as Sally’s dress!
Nightmare Before Christmas Bone Daddy Halloween Shot
Do you prefer a more traditional shot? Alecia (from Tipsy Chickens) has got you covered with her jazzy but Christmas-y inspired shot. Or as Alecia likes to describe it as taking the sweet Christmasy RumChata and corrupting it with Black Rum. I like that description. Check out this simple drink recipe here!
Oogie Boogie Cocktail
Disney sure knows how to throw a party. So, when there are those drinks and food that you particularly enjoyed and want to recreate at home means experimentation. Evelyn (from My Turn For Us) loves the Oogie Boogie cocktail from Disney’s Oogie Boogie Bash, and has made this delicious copycat recipe complete with gummy worms! Bonus, she’s even created a non-alcoholic version for the kiddos! Check out both recipes here!
Oogie Boogie Ice Cream Sundaes
Finally, what a better way to round off all the booze than with some ice cream? Oogie Boogie style that is, complete with gummy worms and bug-shaped sprinkles! Geeks Who Eat are the creators of this Halloween-tastic recipe and should get all the props for making this a complete DIY project right down to decorating the sundae cups! Check out their recipe here!
*Note: Create and/or decorate all the sundae cups before mixing and consuming boozy drinks.
And there you have it! A Nightmare Before Christmas inspired Halloween night! Will you try any of these recipes this year for Halloween? If so, let us know which one(s) you made and your thoughts about the recipes! Please remember to drink responsibly and have a Happy Halloween!
‘Til next time,
Stay Spooktacularly Nerdalicious!