Halloween is a great time to experiment in the kitchen. So much to think about and look at. I just love how creative we can be. This year many families will not be going out to trick or treat. They will be staying home and perhaps creating new traditions.
This week, I was invited to a friends house where we got to celebrate all sorts of creations she had made in the kitchen. Exciting to spend time with her. I love being in the kitchen with someone this creative.
There are lots of ways to make spooky halloween drinks. Try playing around this year with some new ideas as you look at the new normals in your home too.
This is a blend of flavors is the following:
Elderberry Syrup – though you could use any berry syrup
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