Kid-friendly Halloween Drinks
Halloween is one of the most fun and exciting times for kids. It’s a time when they can dress up in costumes and get candy from strangers without feeling weird about it! The only problem with Halloween is that there are some kids who might want to participate but don’t drink alcohol, which means that their options are limited. If your child would like to have some Halloween drinks this year but doesn’t drink alcohol, you’re in luck! This blog post will go over 10 different Halloween drinks that your kid can enjoy on Halloween. My Halloweenland can help you make the best Halloween drinks for kids.
If you’re looking for a way to get your kids excited about Halloween, these 10 fun drinks are the perfect addition to any party. Give them as gifts, serve as prizes during games or enjoy them together with all of their friends! They’ll love that they can have something new and exciting on this holiday that is usually reserved just for adults. With so many options available, there’s sure to be something everyone will like whether it’s a standard favorite or an adventurous choice. Try one today and see how much more festive your day becomes!
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Here are 10 Fun Halloween Drinks for Kids
1. Goosebumps Halloween Punch
You’ll have your Halloween guests lining up for seconds when you serve this sherbet-based punch.
- 3 liters of Lemon Lime Soda
- 12 drops of Green Food Coloring
- 1 quart of Rainbow Sherbet
- 30 pieces of Gummy Worms
- To make the punch, combine the lemon-lime soda and food coloring in a large punch bowl.
- Fill the package with scoops of sherbet until it is empty.
- In the punch bowl, place 18 gummy worms, and reserve the rest to garnish each cup.
- Transfer the mixture to each cup using a ladle.
2. Candy Corn Punch
Halloween candy is the inspiration for this easy and cute Halloween drink. Put the drink in a mason jar to show off the layers.
- 1/3 part Crush orange soda
- 1/3 part yellow Gatorade
- 1/3 part zero calorie lemonade Vitamin Water
- Ice should be filled to the very top of your container.
- Pour the orange soda into the glass first, filling about 1/3 of it.
- Once the Gatorade is partially filled, slowly pour the orange soda on top of it. Allow the Gatorade to trickle down until it fully fills your glass.
- Let the lemonade slowly trickle down and over the Gatorade when you have finished pouring it over the ice.
3. Bubbly Witches Brew Punch
This ghoulish punch is taken to the next level with plastic eyeballs and dry ice.
- 1-quart lime sherbet
- 2-liter bottle ginger ale chilled
- 46 oz can unsweetened pineapple juice chilled
- ¼ cup lime juice freshly squeezed
- 14 cup lime juice freshly squeezed * a few drops of green food coloring * optional
- A large punch bowl should be filled with ginger ale, pineapple juice, food coloring, and fresh lime juice.
- The sherbet should be added and mixed together.
- Put dry ice and spooky eyes on the top (you can find these at Target, Michaels, and most craft stores).
4. Swamp Potion Halloween Punch
Don’t forget to garnish this kid-friendly version of a pia colada. You won’t believe how easy it is!
- 1 12 ounces canister of prepared frosting (green)
- Halloween sprinkles
- 2 cups ice cubes
- 1 banana
- 1 bottle Cascade Ice Kiwi Strawberry
- 1 bottle Cascade Ice Orange Mango
- 1/2 cup coconut milk
- For the frosting to become liquid, microwave it for 1 minute. Microwave it in a glass container first if you don’t want to microwave it in plastic.
- Sprinkle the topping on top.
- Melt the frosting in the cup.
- Dip the sprinkles into the frosting, and set the cups aside.
- The drink ingredients should be combined in a blender and blended until they are smooth and no banana chunks remain. If you want a different color, you can use other flavors. However, make sure that they blend well together.
5. Witches Brew
This spiced drink is perfect for the holidays. Bring out your best cauldron to make it. You can omit the rum to make it kid-friendly.
- 2 cinnamon sticks
- 5 cloves whole
- 3 tablespoons finely chopped ginger
- 1/3 cup water
- 1/3 cup sugar
- 3 cups sparkling apple juice (chilled)
- 4 cups cranberry juice (chilled)
- 4 cups club soda (chilled)
- 2 cups ice
- Boil cinnamon sticks, cloves, ginger, water, and sugar in a small heavy saucepan. Pour in the sugar and stir until it dissolves, then simmer, covered, for 5 minutes leave the saucepan uncovered for one hour after taking it off the heat.
- The simple syrup should be strained through a fine-mesh sieve into a punch bowl, removing all the solids as you go. Allow cooling in the refrigerator.
- Add the remaining ingredients to the punch bowl, except the ice, and stir to combine. Before serving, ice should be added.
6. Tart Cherry Eyeball Punch
Easy to make, you’ll scream (with delight).
- 2 (15-oz.) cans lychees
- 6 oz. blackberries
- 4 c. tart cherry juice
- 1 c. fresh orange juice
- 3 (12-oz.) cans chilled sparkling water
- Drain cans of lychees, reserving 1 ½ cups of syrup.
- Fill each lychee with blackberries; chill. In a large pitcher, combine the reserved syrup, tart cherry juice, fresh orange juice. Chill.
- Punch can be served with stuffed lychees and chilled sparkling water. It should be served over ice.
7. Pomegranate Punch
If you want to make this punch kid-friendly, leave out the liquor and substitute a soda like Sprite or 7-Up for the sparkling wine.
- 4 hibiscus tea bags
- 1 small cinnamon stick, smashed
- 1 c. pomegranate juice
- 1 c. spiced rum
- 1/2 c. fresh navel or blood orange juice, plus slices for serving
- Pomegranate seeds, for serving
- In a large measuring cup, combine tea bags and cinnamon sticks. Pour boiling water over the mixture and steep for five minutes. Pour off the water and let cool to room temperature.
- Tea, pomegranate juice, rum, and orange juice should be combined in a pitcher. Prosecco should be whisked in slowly. Serve with pomegranate seeds and orange slices.
8. Purple Potion Punch
There is ice cream and sprinkles in this super-sweet punch, making it the perfect punch for young witches and wizards.
- 4 c. purple grape juice
- 1 c. vanilla ice cream
- 1-liter lemon-lime soda
- Garnish: Vanilla ice cream, confetti sprinkles
- Mix melted ice cream with grape juice in a large pitcher. When ready to serve, add soda and stir just until blended.
- Put a small scoop of ice cream on each serving and sprinkle with sprinkles.
9. Witch’s Wicked Punch
Lemon-lime seltzer and lime sherbet combine to make this frightfully refreshing concoction.
- 4-liter bottles cold lemon-lime seltzer
- 3 tubs lime sherbet
- Black food color spray, optional
- In a punch bowl, stir 2 liters of seltzer with half of the sherbet until blended. On top of the punch, float scoops of the remaining sherbet. The remaining seltzer should create a foamy top when it is poured over the scoops. Add a few drops of black food coloring if you like.
10. Trick-or-Treat Halloween Party Punch
Kids will love this crowd-pleasing drink made from just three ingredients! A creepy touch is provided by the plastic spiders.
- 8 oz orange kool-aid (regular, NOT sugar-free)
- 8 oz lemon-lime Gatorade G2 (or a sugar-free lemon-lime kool-aid mix)
- Ice cubes should be poured into serving glasses all the way to the top. Sprinkle spiders on top of the ice if desired.
- Pour about 1/3 – 1/2 of the orange liquid into the glass while tilting the glass slightly.
- Using an upside-down spoon or ice cube, slowly pour the yellow liquid into the glass.
This Halloween, don’t worry about overspending on Halloween drinks for kids or worrying if your kid will be too scared to try any of the spooky fun. These 10 recipes are perfect for kids and adults alike! With these ideas in hand, you’ll have a great time at any Halloween party this year.
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