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  • 2 Ounces Van Gogh vodka wild apple
  • 2 Ounces fresh apple juice
  • 2 Ounces sparkling wine
  • grenadine
  • candied ginger for garnish


Preparation: Gather all of your ingredients and glassware. Fill a small apothecary bottle with grenadine and place a small glass eyedropper to the side of it.

Method: In a large cocktail shaker, combine apple vodka and apple juice. Shake well. Strain the contents of the cocktail shaker into a champagne flute, top off with sparkling wine. Add three drops of grenadine to the cocktail using an eyedropper, then garnish with a piece of cnadied ginger.

Poison apples recipe

Rose Fooks September 20, 2018 6:00 am

poison apples

Nutrition per portion

Our poison apples are toffee apples with a twist. A Bonfire Night party wouldn’t be the same without these crisp, sweet treats loved by children and parents alike. We’ve taken the classic toffee apple recipe and given it a bewitching twist by coating the crimson skins in vampire-black syrup. A poisonous look is sure to fool anyone! Please take extra care when handling the toffee as the sugar can get extremely hot – ensure to roll sleeves down and to have oven mitts and a pan lid to hand. If you want to get the kids involved you can get them to dip the poison apples in bowls of assorted sprinkles, chopped nuts or spooky candy once you’e carefully dunked them. We like to use a few of these as decorations on Halloween too – just stick on some googly eyes and leave near the front door for when trick-or-treaters arrive.

Poison Apples Recipe for Halloween

Is there anything more classic in storybook tales than an evil witch offering a poor, unknowing soul a poison apple? It’s the kind of story that gets passed around during Halloween season and makes for a great source of inspiration for Halloween recipes.

Share the Disney story of Snow White with your little ones then bring them into the kitchen to help you craft your own poison apples with none of the poison but all of the appealing, tasty factor.

The black color of these poison apples will provide instant spookiness and make them stand out against regular red apples. Similar to candy apples, the sugar coating on these poison apples are made from a mixture of sugar, corn syrup, and some gel food coloring for its dark and mysterious hue.

Like most candy-making recipes, it’s best to use a candy thermometer to create the syrup coating for these apples. This will ensure that your syrup doesn’t cook too much that it burns, nor will it be undercooked and never properly harden.

Since this poison apple recipe involves hot sugar, it’s best to have the little ones watching you than standing by the stove as you create this recipe. Throw on a witch’s hat and include some cackling laughter for a special Halloween experience they’ll never forget!

Making candy apples is not difficult. You will see by following this candy apple recipe that it is pretty straighforward.

The hardest part is to let the caramel get to the right temperature and have the right amount of caramel on the apples. Too much will accumulate at the bottom and too little will not look good.

Step by step instructions on how to make caramel apples:

  1. Wash apples under hot water using a cloth. Dry thourougly.
  2. Remove the stems and insert wooden skewers (or twigs) into the center of each apple.
  3. In a sauce pan add sugar, corn syrup, water and blue food coloring.
  4. Mix ingredients well, until sugar is dissolved. Secure candy thermometer to pan and bring to a boil over medium heat.
  5. Do not stir past this point.
  6. Meanwhile place the parchment paper on a baking sheet and grease it with a little bit of vegetable oil.
  7. After 15 to 20 minutes the caramel will be ready. The temperature must reach 300 degrees (hard crack). If you do not have a candy thermometer, drizzle some of it from a fork - if it hardens when falling, forming strands, it's done (see note 1 in recipe).
  1. Turn the heat off and dip the apples, one by one, in the caramel, tilting the pan and turning the apples so they get an even coating.
  2. Let excess caramel drip off, hold the apples upside down for some seconds (to avoid excess caramel on the bottom). Do this carefully as the caramel will be super hot.
  3. Place the apples on the prepared paper to cool.
  4. If the coating is too thin, dip apples once more and let cool again.
  5. See notes in recipe for darker apples, if the caramel hardens, and what to do with leftover caramel

The Poison Apple Halloween Cocktail

This halloween alcoholic drink is perfect for a party. You can make it in just a few minutes without the extra fuss of rimming your glasses or fancy garnishes.

The Ingredients:

The secret to presenting this drink in a really awesome way is that little tiny jar you see pictured below.

These ingredients are all easy to find in your local grocery store EXCEPT the luster dust. I ordered mine off Amazon. Any craft store will probably have something similar. Just make sure it&rsquos FOOD SAFE.

Crown Royal apple drink recipes like this one and our Crown Royal Apple Caramel Whiskey drink are perfect for Fall.

This is my first Sour apple pucker drink, ever. I really love that pucker apple schnapps. It blends well with the crown royal apple.

This Poison apple drink has a delicious apple cider vibe.

Swirling Poison Apple in a skeleton hand glass.

Making the Poison Apple:

Here is our step by step visual guide to making this easy cocktail. This is a good Halloween party choice since it&rsquos very easy to put together and is served with no ice. Just shake and pour.

  • add ice to the shaker
  • Measure and Pour crown royal
  • add the sour apple pucker
  • measure and pour the grenadine
  • Add Cranberry pomegranate juice
  • Edible glitter adds a cool effect.
  • add the glittery luster powder to the cocktail shaker
  • shake the poison apple
  • Pouring Poison apple into skelton glass.

Poison Caramel Apple Recipe

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This Halloween, spice up your spooky festivities with some scary poison apples. While they may not be Snow White’s, they sure taste better and won’t make you sleep eternally.

Prep Time: 2 minutes
Cook Time: 5 minutes
Rest Time: 1 hour
Total Time: About 70 minutes

Servings: 4-5


11 oz of caramel
2 tablespoons of water
4-5 medium apples
Popsicle sticks
Black food dye

1. Add caramel and water to medium-sized pot on medium-low heat.

2. Stir 3 to 5 minutes until mixture becomes smooth.

3. Mix in 2 to 4 drops of black food dye until you reach your desired color.

4. Place wooden sticks into apples.

5. Dip apples in caramel and coat.

6. Place coated apples on baking sheet or parchment paper.

7. Cool for one hour in fridge. Remove from fridge 10 minutes before serving.

Poison Apple Halloween Drink for Kids

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Cider Recipe

Cider Ingredients:

  • 12 assorted small-medium apples
  • 1 small orange
  • 1 C brown sugar
  • 2 tsp ground cinnamon
  • 2-3 tsp nutmeg
  • 1/8 tsp ground cloves
  • water to cover

Cider Directions:

-Wash and chop whole apples and orange (no need to remove peels, seeds, or stems)
-Put all into a large pot. Add spices .
-Cover with water bringing to a boil. Continue to boil uncovered for 1 hour.
-Cover. Simmering for 2 hours.
-Using a potato masher roughly mash all ingredients.
-Continue to simmer until cider is dark tasting sweet and spicy . Allow to cool.
-Strain everything into a large pot.
Store in a refrigerator.

Poison Apple Drink Recipe

Poison Apple Ingredients:

Poison Apple Directions:

-Pour apple cider and ginger ale into a pitcher. Stir to combine.
-Add ice to a glass.
-Pour apple cider and cranberry juice combination into the glass.

Try serving this fun Halloween drink recipe for kids in festive seasonal glasses! This goes great with our Screaming Orange Halloween Cupcakes!

If you don’t have time (or the desire) to make your own cider, it’s okay to use pre-made apple cider. While you can get this in any grocery store during the Halloween season, I highly suggest checking out your local farmer’s market. They often have amazing apple cider made from fresh, local apples. Plus I just like supporting my area’s farmers.

You can make the apple cider a day or two ahead of your party, just don’t make it too far ahead. If you’ve ever had apple cider, either from a store or that you’ve made on your own, you know that after a few days of sitting it can get a bit cloudy and, well, just a bit funky. Let it go TOO long and you’ve got yourself a bona fide “poison” apple Halloween drink! Not exactly what we’re going for here, now is it?

As far as the types of apples go, a mix of different types makes the best cider. Each variety of apple has its own unique properties that, when blended together, create a perfectly balanced apple cider will please picky taste buds. You don’t want to go with all one variety because you could end up with cider that’s too sweet or too tart.

Got leftover oranges? Try making this super easy and fun healthy Halloween Orange Brains treat for kids!

Edible Glitter

To make this a poison shimmering cocktail, you’ll need to buy brew glitter. Brew glitter comes in many colors and is a 100% edible, food-grade, vegan and kosher shimmer you can add to your cocktail.

It’s similar to what bakers use when cake decorating, but for your cocktail!

Green Apple Vodka

We used a green apple vodka to make this poison apple cocktail. It’s not overly sweet and goes really well with apple juice!

Using apple vodka rather than regular vodka is crucial in this recipe to really get a deep apple flavor. This cocktail taste like a fresh apple, it’s truly so good!

How to Make this Poison Apple Juice Cocktail


  • Apple Cider or Apple Juice
  • Apple Vodka
  • Freshly Squeezed Lemon Juice
  • Brew Glitter


Add all of the ingredients into a cocktail shaker and shake with ice for 20 seconds.

Strain into a glass and serve with a mini spoon so guests can mix the shimmer while they sip!

How to Properly Shake a Cocktail

Depending on the cocktail you’re making, one important part of the recipe is shaking. For shaken cocktails, you’ll need a cocktail shaker, filled 1/2 with ice. Next, add in your cocktail ingredients and then shake vigorously for 20 seconds.

The ice needs to have time to melt and dilute the ingredients as well as chill the ingredients so the cocktail is smooth going down.

So shake, shake, shake for 20 seconds for a well blended cocktail!

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1: Lightly dampen the rim of a cocktail glass and dip in green sugar. Set aside. Tip: For better adhesion, dilute two tablespoons of light corn syrup with a few drops of water. Use your fingertips to apply the syrup to the rim of the glass.

2: Place vanilla vodka, orange liqueur, sour apple liqueur and lemon juice in a cocktail shaker filled 2/3 with ice. Shake until jet cold (about 20 seconds). Strain the drink into the cocktail glass and top with chilled champagne. Tip: Serving the drink with dry ice makes a dramatic presentation, but use only a small piece and be sure the dry ice has dissolved completely before drinking. Never allow your skin to come in contact with dry ice.

Poison Apple Cocktail

This vibrant green concoction is just the right amount of sweet and sour. A splash of bubbly gives it ‘magic potion’ appeal.

Poison Apple Cocktails

  • Author: jfletcher
  • Prep Time: 1 minute
  • Total Time: 1 minute
  • Yield: 1 drink 1 x


Why should the kids have all the fun this Halloween? These poison apple cocktails are a festive Halloween cocktail with a witchy twist for the adults to enjoy. Make one if you dare!


  • 1.5 ounces of green apple pucker
  • an ounce of simple syrup
  • 1.5 ounces of salted caramel vodka


Put all the ingredients into a shaker with ice. Shake and pour into a martini glass. Enjoy!

Keywords: caramel apple martini, poison apple cocktail, appletini, halloween cocktail

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