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Melted Wicked Witch Punch

Hubble, bubble, toil, and trouble, the Wicked Witch of the West has been melted into a sweet, green puddle. Elphaba left her spell casting hand and black hat behind. This morbid but delicious potion is sure to offer guests a wicked-good time.

Makes: 40 cups

Ingredients

  • 6 cups of water
  • 1 cup of sugar
  • 5 3/4 cups of pineapple juice
  • 8 cups of orange juice
  • 1/2 cup of lemon juice
  • 4 liters of chilled lemon-lime soda
  • 6 ounce package of lime-flavored Jell-O mix
  • Sealable plastic bags
  • 4-quart sauce pan
  • 1 rubber glove
  • 1 witch’s hat
  • 1 cauldron or punch bowl
  • Tequila (Optional)

Directions

Step 1

Mix sugar, lime-flavored Jell-O, and water in a 4-quart sauce pan and bring it to a boil. Then reduce the heat to medium and whisk the mixture for three minutes until the sugar and gelatin have dissolved.

Step 2

Pour the pineapple juice, orange juice, and lemon juice into the 4-quart sauce pan. Then transfer the mixture into sealable plastic bags and place them in the freeze for four hours. To add a dash of horror to this ghastly brew, pour sprite into a rubber glove and let it freeze for four to six hours. It will form an icy dismembered hand.

Step 3

Pour the slushy mixture into a cauldron. Then stir in the lemon-lime soda. Next, peel the glove away from the frozen hand, and let it float in the middle of the punch. You can also prop a witch’s hat over the punch bowl proving that good always triumphs over evil.

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cherese.cobb

Instead of eating brains, Cherese Cobb uses hers to write. She has spellbound audiences at The Krazy Coupon Lady, Lumoid, the Penny Hoarder, and Take Lessons. This word-witch's poems have been published in Frogpond, Shemom, A Hundred Gourds, The Mainichi, and the Asahi Shimbun. She haunts Knoxville, Tennessee, where she lives with her undead parents and cat.

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