Spooky Snacks for Halloween

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Halloween is one of my family’s favorite holidays! It is fun to create spooky snacks that celebrate the season, whether for parties or after school treats. One of my favorite things to use during Halloween is dry ice, and here is a fun Fanta Halloween Punch recipe complete with dry ice effects and OREO Truffle eyeballs.

Halloween Fanta Punch - Fanta, Ginger Ale, Sherbet and dry ice are perfect for Halloween

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Punch is the ultimate party beverage, and a Fanta Halloween Punch is delicious. The punch is very easy to make too, and goes together in seconds. I simply poured a 2 L bottle of Fanta into the punch bowl, along with a 2 L Ginger Ale.

Making Fanta Halloween Punch

Then the punch is topped off with Orange Sherbet, which makes it fizz and gives it a delicious, cream consistency.

Adding Sherbert to the Fanta Punch

Yield: 10

Fanta Halloween Punch

Fanta Halloween Punch
Prep Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes


  • 2 L Fanta
  • 2 L Ginger ale
  • 1 pint orange sherbet


  1. Combine the Fanta and Ginger Ale in a punch bowl.
  2. Add scoops of orange sherbet to the punch bowl and serve.


Nutrition facts are estimates.

Nutrition Information:



Amount Per Serving: Calories: 238Sodium: 59mgCarbohydrates: 58gSugar: 55g

They went perfectly all around the bottom of the punch bowl, and together made a perfect Halloween Party combination.

Halloween Fanta Punch - Fanta, Ginger Ale, Sherbet and dry ice are perfect for Halloween


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1 thought on “Spooky Snacks for Halloween”

  1. What a fun punch bowl! I’ve never used dry ice inside of a punch before but I have used it in cauldrons just as a special effects. Either way it looks super spooky for a Halloween party. Cool eye OREO cake balls. #client


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