These warm, autumnal drinks will warm the tummies of little monsters and adults alike! They're toasty and tasty as well as easy to make - which makes them perfect for entertaining or for making together with the family. Below are recipes for Mint Hallo-Cream and Orange Hallo-Cream. Note: you can leave the mint and/or orange extract out for a simply delicious vanilla cream drink.

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Mint Hallo-Cream

Ingredients:

1/2 gallon milk or soy milk
1 pound vanilla flavored CandiQuik
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1 teaspoon peppermint extract
Green food coloring
Whipped cream
Sprinkles or nonpareils
Instructions:

Heat milk on the stovetop on medium heat for five minutes.
Chop the CandiQuik into small pieces and place into a heat resistant bowl.
Pour the heated milk over the CandiQuik chunks and stir until candy is melted.
Stir in vanilla and peppermint extract.
Add eight drops of green food coloring to make green.
Pour drink mixture into glasses, top with whipped cream and nonpareils or sprinkles and serve!

Orange Hallo-Cream

Ingredients:

1/2 gallon milk or soy milk
1 pound vanilla flavored CandiQuik
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1 teaspoon orange extract
Red and yellow food coloring
Whipped cream
Sprinkles or nonpareils
Instructions:

Heat milk on the stovetop on medium heat for five minutes.
Chop the CandiQuik into small pieces and place into a heat resistant bowl.
Pour the heated milk over the CandiQuik chunks and stir until candy is melted.
Stir in vanilla and orange extract.
Add three drops of red food coloring and 12 drops of yellow food coloring to make orange.
Pour drink mixture into glasses, top with whipped cream and nonpareils or sprinkles and serve!
Our family makes these as a tradition to celebrate the beginning of autumn, and we hope you enjoy making these delicious Halloween beverages as much as we do! Find pictures for these recipes at HalloweenHamlet.com and TastyTulsa.com.