Here are 10 perfectly spooky Halloween mocktails to make for kids and everyone else in the family. Try one for your next party or get-together!
Last Halloween was lucky enough to be on a Saturday.
So we stocked up our stroller with beer for the Husband and punch for me and the girls. And even though I enjoyed drinking some fun punch while the girls were trick-or-treating, I was already scheming about what Halloween cocktails I would be drinking this year, after weaning the baby.
Then I realized that it’s a leap year, and that means that Halloween is actually on Monday instead of Sunday.
But at least I can have some fun making a few creepy mocktails! After all, what other time of year can you add things like fake teeth and candy eyeballs to your drinks and call it okay?
You can join in on the mocktail fun, too.
I’ve got 10 different Halloween mocktails to share today, all perfect for a fun night of house-hopping.
Whether you want to make something creepy like Bloody Shirley Temples, or cute like Hocus Pocus Cocktail, whip up a pitcher and bring it along as you trick-or-treat with your kids this Halloween.
10 Halloween Mocktails for the Whole Family
Little kids may run in fear from Dracula’s Blood Punch with its spicy kick. This red punch gets a little kick with the addition of a red chili! (from Creative Homemaking)
Looking for something cute for the really little ones? Sherbet punch gets an adorable Halloween twist with A Sprinkle of This and That’s Hocus Pocus Cocktail.
The addition of wax lips makes Halloween Slushy Punch by Lil Luna both fun and freaky!
I’m loving the contrast of bright green and purple with this sugar-rimmed Mad Hatter Party Punch from Mommy Musings.
Make passersby take a second look while sipping on blood-rimmed Swamp Juice by The Daily Goodie Bag.
If you’re a fan of the Once Upon a Time Series, you’ll love the inspiration behind Confession of an Overworked Mom’s Blood Red Virgin Sangria.
Revel and Glitter’s Toxic Ooze Punch looks perfectly goopy by watering down lime jello with seltzer water and apple juice.
Have some fun and learn some science by drinking Black Light Lemonade from Girl Loves Glam.
10 – Tapioca pearls and gummy fish make a fun and convincing version of Swamp Juice that is perfect for kids who love a little bit of gross factor. (from The Sister’s Cafe)
Do you have a favorite Halloween mocktail?
What would you name your own mocktail creation?