Eyeball-tini

HGTV's Drew Scott and Food Network's Tia Mowry chose a lychee mocktail for their halloween drink, as seen during the 2016 All Star Halloween Spectacular. (after)

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Andrew Parker/Radiant Inc.

Want to serve up a spooky drink at your Halloween bash? Look no further than this killer mocktail.

Food Network's Tia Mowry worked with Secret Eats' Adam Richman to mix up this one-of-a-kind concoction for this year's All-Star Halloween Spectacular. And now you can make your own version by following along with the directions below. Duff Goldman's cotton candy milkshake is available here.

Ingredients:

One 15-ounce can lychee in syrup, peeled. Put aside 4 lychees for the eyeball portion of the recipe

18 ounces ginger beer, cold

1 cup lychee juice, cold

1/4 cup light corn syrup

3 to 4 drops red coloring

4 blueberries

Directions:

For the mocktail: In a blender, puree the lychee with half of the syrup until smooth. Place in the freezer to chill for about 1 hour. Then, in a coupe glass, add 3 tablespoons of the chilled puree lychee. Top with ginger beer and a splash of lychee juice and gently stir.

For the blood drip: Mix together the food coloring and the corn syrup in a bowl. Dip the rim of each glass in the mixture. Turn the glass over and let corn syrup drip down the side.

For the lychee eyeball: Place 1 blueberry in the hole of each of the remaining 4 lychees. Put the "eyeball" into each drink, and you're ready to serve.

Serves 4

Recipe courtesy of Tia Mowry

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