Halloween is nearly here and that means party planning, candy hoarding and DIY decorations! I love decorating for Halloween and I love planning scary parties even more. To that avail, I’ve begun looking for some wonderfully scary drinks to serve at my next Halloween get-together and I have found what I think is the best of the best. I’ve got 30 frighteningly fun party drink recipes to share with you that are sure to thrill your guests.
None of these drinks contain alcohol so they are perfect for kids and adults alike. From frightening blood colored punch to drinks that actually sizzle and foam, your guests are sure to adore what you have in store for them. I really do love making an impression with my DIY projects and my recipes are no exception. When I create a new recipe, I want people to really notice, which is why these drinks have made the list. They are all notice worthy! Of course, you will need food to serve with your scary Halloween drinks, so be sure to head over and check out these 250 scary and delicious Halloween food ideas.
I really do love hosting Halloween parties. We’ve been doing it since my kids were tiny and they still love it ever year. While dressing up may be the best part for some people, my favorites always lie in making things. I make my own Halloween party décor and have even hosted a DIY haunted house or two in my time. I’ve used so many of these great DIY Halloween décor ideas. Cheap and easy are my favorite DIY projects!
So, if you are planning to host a Halloween party and you need a good idea for a scary punch or any other Halloween drink, this is the recipe collection for you. You are sure to find the perfect drink to scare your guests and quench their thirst at the same time. Happy Halloween and I hope your party is a huge DIY success!
17. Cute Ghost Milkshakes
18. Hot Chocolate With Ogre Eyes
Imagine dressing your party table with this ogre eye hot chocolate. You just make traditional hot chocolate and then add ogre eyes by putting chocolate chips or chocolate candies inside marshmallows. Dress your drinks right before serving so that the “eyes” don’t melt. These are really cute and you can dress them up even more by using colored marshmallows or adding food coloring to your hot chocolate.
19. Creepy Gummy Worm Punch
This gummy worm punch is really cute and kids are going to adore it. Just freeze green Hawaiian punch with gummy worms in a muffin tin and then add those frozen discs to a mixture of lemon lime soda and Hawaiian punch. The worms will come out as the discs melt into the drinks. These are pretty quick and easy to put together and are sure to be a hit with kids and adults alike.
20. Jack-O-Lantern Smoothies
Chocolate chips create the face for these adorable jack-o-lantern smoothies. You melt chocolate chips and use a knife to spread inside clear plastic cups to make the eyes, nose and mouth. Then blend yogurt in orange or peach with orange juice, banana and mandarin orange segments to create the yummy punch. It’s a healthy and delicious punch that has just the right hint of chocolate to make it dreamy.
21. Bubbly Magic Potion Punch
This punch really is magic! You mix lemonade with grape juice and lemon lime soda to create it and then add a teaspoon of grape flavored Jell-O powder, which creates the magic. It will fizz and create the perfect complement to any magically inspired Halloween decorations. Kids will love the taste and you will love how easy it is to make.
22. Healthy Halloween Milk Shooters
Sometimes simple is the best way to go and these milk shooters are definitely simple. They’re also really healthy and a wonderful way to get kids to drink their milk. To make these ghastly ghost drinks, just rim a glass in melted chocolate and dip it in Halloween sprinkles. Decorate the outside of your glasses to make a little ghost face and then fill the glasses with milk.
23. Tangled Web Milkshakes
Kids really love milkshakes and these tangled web shakes are no exception. They’ll definitely love the taste and the look of this one. Dark chocolate and caramel make zig zags throughout the milkshake, which sort of resembles the hair on Frankenstein’s wife. You also add a web made from caramelized sugar to each glass to really give them the Halloween spirit.
24. Scary Monster Guts Punch
This scary punch is made from fruit punch, 7-Up and ice cream and topped with yummy yet creepy gummy worms. The gummy worms, along with candy eyeballs and other creepy confections, are what give this punch its fun look and taste. Kids will love it and you can even set it up so that they make their own, which takes some of the work away from you.
25. Mummified Juice Boxes
This is a really easy way to dress up your Halloween party table and it takes away a lot of the mess of punch bowls and cups or glasses. These little mummy drink boxes are super easy to do and kids are going to love them. Just cover your drink boxes – whatever flavors and brands you want to use – in gauze or white paper tape and use hot glue to hold it all together. Then add your eyes and you’re all set.
26. Halloween Colored Hot Chocolate
If you want to serve hot chocolate but you want something that has more of a Halloween color to it, this Halloween hot chocolate fits the bill. It’s made with white chocolate as opposed to milk chocolate so you can color it whatever color you want. Just add food coloring to turn it orange, green or purple. Then, top it off with a bit of whipped cream and some googly eyes or Halloween sprinkles.
27. Swamp Potion Punch
Here’s another wonderful punch recipe that is easy to make and eerily scary for Halloween. You decorate the glasses to make this even more special. The punch has banana, kiwi strawberry sparkling water, orange sparkling water and coconut milk. To prepare the glasses, just rim them in green frosting and then dip in Halloween sprinkles and add plastic spiders and other creepies.
28. Blue Slime Punch
This is another great punch recipe that takes just a few ingredients and very little time to put together. It has blueberry gelatin, lemonade, Sprite or another lemon lime soda, and water. Just mix all of the ingredients together in a punch bowl and then add any gruesome candies that you want to give it a really great Halloween look.
29. Rotten Apple Punch
You don’t really use rotten apples to make this yummy punch but it sure looks like you do. The rotten apple color comes from grape and lime Kool-Aid and then you add gummy worms and rotten apples that you make from freezing gummy worms in the grape Kool-Aid. It’s such a delicious tasting punch and it has a wonderful Halloween color.
30. Sparking Apple Punch
Your punch doesn’t have to be scary or contain gruesome ingredients. This sparkling apple punch is really refreshing and perfect for a Halloween party. It’s also relatively healthy with apple, orange and cranberry juice along with ginger ale and whatever garnish you want. Adults and kids alike will love the taste and you will love that you are serving them something with real juice as opposed to something with just a lot of sugar.