Horribly Delicious Halloween Punch Recipes

Double, double toil and trouble — these fun party drinks are sure to make your cauldron bubble!

September 20, 2021
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Berry Eyeball Punch

This punch bowl may look gruesome, but those floating eyeballs are really sweet and delicious lychee fruit — with blueberries tucked inside!

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Bubbling Cauldron Punch

This cauldron may not be filled with slimy toads, bat wings and dragon scales but it sure looks like it! The secret to this delicious potion’s bubbly appearance? Scoops of green tea ice cream!

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Bloody Punch

The floating hand in this fruity punch does more than add a little Halloween horror — it also serves as an ice cube to keep the drink chilled (without watering it down).

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Fizzy Hocus Pocus Punch

One sip of this bubbling blend of lemonade, fruit juice and sparkling wine and you'll be spellbound!

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Poison Apple Punch

Fresh ginger, cinnamon sticks and cloves add so much warm, spicy flavor to this mix of apple cider and whiskey. Fresh citrus zest rounds things out with a bright, natural sweetness.

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Witch’s Brew

This cauldron cocktail is perfect for grown-up Halloween parties. Having little ones at your bash? Simply omit the vodka — the punch will still be just as delicious.

Get the Recipe: Witch's Brew

Blood Orange Vampire Punch

Tart cherry and sweet blood orange juices are a great way to balance out mezcal’s characteristic smokiness. You can make this punch without the alcohol but when the flavors blend so perfectly, why would you?

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Bobbing for Apples Punch

A fun nod to an old-fashioned party game, this apple-cinnamon punch looks just like a bucket full of "bobbing" apples — but we promise it tastes much better! Plus, there's no need to dunk your whole head in!

Get the Recipe: Bobbing for Apples Punch

Shirley Temple Of Doom

Made with lemon-lime soda, sports drink and fresh lime juice, this ghoulish green brew is perfect for party-goers of all ages.

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Blood-Red Cherry Punch

Welcome guests young and old with a cup of "blood." Juice and grenadine give this crowd-pleasing punch its ruby-red color, and ginger ale adds effervescence.

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Pumpkin Keg Bourbon-Apple Punch

If pumpkin season is your favorite season, you'll love this super-fun party drink. Boozy apple cider-bourbon punch, served right from a pumpkin (!) is the exact refreshment you'll want at any fall celebration.

Get the Recipe: Pumpkin Keg Bourbon-Apple Punch

Blueberry Rickety Eyeball Punch

This punch (a creepy version of a classic rickey) is a refreshing drink for kids after trick-or-treating. Add some gin, and it’s an equally perfect after-dark cocktail for adults.

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Zombie Punch

Don’t be surprised if you find your guests lurking around the punch bowl to get another sip; frozen fruit ice cubes keep this punch cold without watering down its flavor.

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Bloody Eyeball Punch

This ghastly goblet of punch doesn't take long to make as long as you plan ahead. The fruit "eyeballs" needs to freeze for at least 8 hours before they're added to the drink.

Get the Recipe: Bloody Eyeball Punch

Dragon's Blood Punch

Give the littlest ghouls and goblins a fright with this nonalcoholic punch. Cranberry juice and red punch give the crowd-pleaser its bloody color.

Get the Recipe: Dragon's Blood Punch (non-alcoholic)

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