10+ Halloween Drinks

No halloween party is complete without some fun and festive Halloween drinks! All of the recipes in this collection are drinks both kids and adults can enjoy—including punches, milkshakes, and even hot chocolate!

Don’t forget to check our our Halloween appetizers and Halloween desserts too – especially if you’re throwing a party!

Favorite Halloween Drink recipes

Fun Halloween Drink for kids + Adults

If you’re planning a Halloween party, you’ve  probably got decorations and food galore. Make sure you round out your party with one of these delicious Halloween drinks!

I have several tips for Halloween drinks, as well as a list of our favorite recipes that we love to use for our parties. You can always dress up the punch bowl, the individual cups, or add accessories to the drink itself! It’s just another fun way to carry out the theme in every little detail at your party. 😉

All of these drinks are also non-alcoholic, which means even the littlest of ghosts and goblins can enjoy them!

Boo-nilla ghost milkshake

Ways to make drinks fun and festive:

Punch Bowl ideas:

  • Clear punch bowls are fun to show off funky colors or floating eyeballs.
  • Use a bowl shaped like a witches cauldron.
  • Any large Halloween themed bowl works too. Your local craft store or online stores have some really amazing bowls.

Drink Cup ideas:

  • Simple clear plastic cups: Again, clear cups will showcase any spooky additions, such as eyeballs, you have floating in the drink.
  • Use drink beakers (that look like the ones scientists use).
  • Fancy cocktail glasses are always fun.
  • Glass Milk Containers: these are especially fun if you draw Jack-o-Lantern or Ghost faces on them. (Note: marker can be removed using a magic eraser.)
  • Like the bowls, you can find some really cool Halloween glasses and goblets at craft stores or online stores.

Drink accessories:

  • Halloween colored straws – you can even slide a Halloween Peep marshmallow on each straw.
  • Use a glow stick to help stir your “potion”. Small glow sticks work great for cups and larger, fat glow sticks can work to stir the punch bowl.
  • Fasten a plastic spider or drape gummy worms over the rim of the cup or punch bowl
  • Add floaters like eyeballs, vampire teeth, plastic spiders. Make sure they’re large and obvious enough that someone doesn’t accidentally swallow one and choke.
  • Fill a clear glove with water, fasten it closed and freeze it. Once frozen you can have it floating around in the punch bowl to help keep it cool.

Fun labels to make your soda Halloween Ready:

Halloween punch with wax vampire lips

“Bubble, Bubble Toil and Trouble”

Ever wonder how people get that smokey potion effect? Dry Ice! Dry ice is solid form of carbon  dioxide so when it melts it returns to its gaseous state. Be cautious when handling dry ice. It is extremely cold and can burn your skin. Also, dry ice should never be eaten or swallowed.

So how do you use dry ice to make your punch bowl smokey? I like to use the two bowl method:

  1. Find a smaller punch bowl that will fit inside the larger decorative bowl.
  2. Add 2-3 inches of water to the larger bowl and place the smaller bowl inside.
  3. Pour the punch into the smaller  bowl.
  4. when the party starts use tongs to add chucks of dry ice to the water in the larger bowl. It will immediately start to smoke.
  5. Add more water and dry ice as needed.

Witch potion drink - Halloween drinks

Halloween Drinks

Most of these recipes make several servings, which is perfect for punch bowls at parties. Some of them are less servings, and are better for a fun drink on a whim during the Halloween season, but can easily be doubled to work for a larger crowd. All of these Halloween drinks are kid-friendly, but kids and adults alike will enjoy them!

  • Halloween Punch – A citrus flavored punch with pineapple juice, orange juice, orange flavored jello, and sprite. Once it’s in a punch bowl, add a few scoops of orange sherbet and you’ll be amazed at how tasty it is!
  • Halloween Hot Chocolate – White chocolate hot cocoa base with green food coloring added. Put marshmallows and gummy worms in the individual servings to make it extra festive.
  • Witch Potion Drink – Ginger ale, pineapple juice, and lime sherbet with a little bit of green food coloring to make it extra vibrant. Garnish with sliced lime and gummy worms if you like!
  • Witches Brew – Made with three simple ingredients: lime sherbet, limeade concentrate, and sprite. Garnish with festive straws and gummy eyeballs for fun!
  • Boonilla Ghost Milk Shake – This one is especially kid friendly. A simple vanilla milkshake topped with a homemade whipped cream, and served in clear containers decorated with ghost faces.
  • Slushy Punch Drink – Pineapple juice, orange juice, and strawberry jello mix—plus a few other ingredients—frozen into a slush, then served with sprite. Make it spooky by adding plastic vampire fangs to each cup!
  • Ghoul Aid Recipe – A dark and mysterious concoction made by combining grape and orange kool-aid, along with some sprite or 7UP.
  • Cherry Limeade – Not specifically a Halloween drink, but it’s always a crowd favorite, and since it’s bright red you can easily dress it up and make it creepy or festive with any of the tips listed above!
  • Caramel Apple Cider – It’s sweet, warm and filled with the caramel and apple flavoring everyone loves in the fall.
  • Magic Potion Drink Recipe – Make ice cubes out of kool-aid and then watch your drink change colors once it’s filled with your favorite clear drink (like Sprite or 7UP).
  • Mint Julep – This Disneyland copycat recipe is great for Halloween parties, because it’s green and delicious! Just garnish with a fake eyeball or vampire teeth instead of cherries and mint leaves.
  • Pumpkin Smoothies – Skinny, creamy and delicious Pumpkin smoothies are a hit all fall long but would even be great served as a Halloween treat.

We hope you enjoy all of these delicious and festive Halloween drinks. Let us know which one if your favorite!

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Kristyn Merkley

My name is Kristyn and I’m the mom of SIX stinkin’ cute kids and the wife to my smokin’ hot hubby, Lo. My mom’s maiden name is Luna, and I’m one of the many crafty “Lil’ Lunas” in the fam. On this site I like to share all things creative – from recipes to home decor to gifts and home decor ideas. Welcome!

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