Serving size: 6
Calories per serving: 310
Author: Recipe courtesy Sandra Lee, 2008
Total Time: 3 hr 1 min
2 packages gummy bear worms
1 (32-ounce) container (32-ounce) container cranberry juice
6 plastic drinking straws
6 pitted prunes
18 wholes cloves
1 cup white chocolate chips
1/4 cup sweetened flake coconut
3 (12-ounce) bottles (12-ounce) bottles strawberry smoothies
2 quarts orange juice
3 cans lemon/lime soda
Stick 1 gummy worm in each cube, with half of the worm hanging out. Pour cranberry juice into the ice cube trays. Place in freezer 2 hours before mixing the punch.
For the shrunken head straws:
Push a straw up through the center of 1 prune where the pit used to be, so it sits one-third of the way down the straw. Repeat with remaining prunes.
In a small bowl melt the white chocolate chips in the microwave for 45 second at 15-second intervals stirring between intervals. Take 12 cloves and dip the round ends into the melted chocolate. Place on a plate lined with waxed paper and allow chocolate to set about 15 minutes.
Meanwhile using a small brush or toothpick coat the top part of each prune with melted white chocolate. Carefully sprinkle the coconut on top of the white chocolate to resemble hair. Repeat with the remaining prunes.
Stick 2 white chocolate-coated cloves into each prune to create 2 eyes. Place 1 undipped clove into each prune under the eyes to resemble a nose.
For the punch:
Pour the strawberry smoothies, the orange juice and the lemon/lime soda into a large punch bowl and stir.
Take the gummy worm ice cubes out of the freezer, and add half of them to the punch. Place remaining cubes into glasses and fill each glass with punch using a ladle.
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