Family-Friendly Halloween Drinks

From non-alcoholic punch for your Halloween party to cobweb-topped cocoa you can sip after trick-or-treating, these booze-free beverages are perfect for all ages.

September 24, 2021
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Halloween Hot Cocoa Bombs

This simple method for tempering chocolate will give you smooth, shiny hot cocoa bombs. Use a good-quality bittersweet chocolate with at least 70% cacao for best results. You can make the bombs ahead of time, but wait until right before serving to cover them in the webbing.

Get the Recipe: Halloween Hot Cocoa Bombs

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!

Get the Recipe: Bubbling Cauldron Punch

Blueberry Rickety Eyeball Punch

This punch (a creepy version of a classic rickey) is a refreshing drink for kids after trick-or-treating. They won't be able to keep their eyes off it!

Get the Recipe: Blueberry Rickety Eyeball 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.

Get the Recipe: Shirley Temple Of Doom

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 horrifying color.

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

Fizzy Hocus Pocus Punch

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

Get the Recipe: Fizzy Hocus Pocus Punch

Blood-Red Cherry Punch

Hosting a vampire bash? Greet your guests with a cup of punch that's perfectly blood-red, thanks to grenadine.

Get the Recipe: Blood-Red Cherry Punch

Witch’s Brew

There's no need to add booze to this ghastly punch. The mix of pineapple juice and lemon-lime soda is sure to please. Some powdered lime gelatin ups the flavor and gives this punch it's green tinge.

Get the Recipe: Witch's Brew

Berry Eyeball Punch

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

Get the Recipe: Berry Eyeball Punch

Cobweb Hot Cocoa

Black cocoa has little natural acidity, an impossibly black as midnight color and a rich chocolate flavor that tastes just like your favorite cream sandwich cookies (because it’s in that cookie too!) These three elements are ideal for making a very chocolaty but not bitter drink that’s scary enough for Halloween but tasty enough for any day.

Get the Recipe: Cobweb Hot Cocoa

Vampire Bite Mocktail

Looking for a fun, Halloween-themed drink that you can serve a kid’s party? This blood-red. Cranberry-apple mocktail is the perfect choice.

Get the Recipe: Vampire Bite Mocktail

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