Tasty Halloween-themed drink recipes

For adults, Halloween and drinks often go hand-in-hand. Kids have a lot more fun getting a candy buzz. There’s no reason your little ones can’t get a little libation going of their own!

Halloween party punch
Halloween punch

Here are some fun, fantastic non-alcoholic drink recipes to make your wee ones feel like part of the party.

Zombie repellant

Avoid the zombie apocalypse by drinking the surprisingly tasty and simple-to-make blend to fend off the undead. This green punch is sure to please boys and ghouls alike!


  • 1 package dry green sports drink, prepared as directed
  • 3 cups lemon-lime soda
  • 1 cup orange juice
  • Whipped cream topping
  • Sliced fruit and berries


Combine sports drink, soda and orange juice in large punch bowl. Top with whipped cream and fruit for garnish.

Mud from the grave

This kid-pleasing recipe is actually packed with some nutrition, too! Combine TruMoo locally-sourced chocolate milk with a little bit of candy for a muddy yet delicious concoction the kids can create on their own.


  • 1 cup TruMoo chocolate milk
  • Gummy worms
  • Chocolate whipped topping
  • Green jimmy sprinkles


Pour chocolate milk into cup. Garnish with gummy worms creeping out the sides and top with whipped cream and green jimmy sprinkles that make it appear like grass.

Worm punch

Freeze gummy worms and fruit punch into ice cubes that are perfectly suited to pair with even more punch! Add a bit of dry ice to make the punch bowl look eerie.


  • 1 package gummy worms
  • 3 cups pineapple juice
  • 3 cups cranberry juice
  • 2 cups lemon-lime soda
  • 1 block dry ice


Mix pineapple juice, cranberry juice and lemon-lime soda to create punch. Pack gummy worms and punch mixture into ice trays and freeze. Add remaining punch into a bowl. In large, separate glass bowl blend 1 cup warm water and desired amount of dry ice. Be sure not to touch the dry ice with your bare hands, as it will burn. Put the punch bowl inside the dry ice bowl and serve punch with gummy worm ice cubes.

Witch’s brew

This particular witch thought dropping eyeballs in her brew was a recipe for a good time! Delicious, nutritious peeled grapes make an appearance in this spooky bubbly mixture.


  • 1 two liter ginger ale
  • 1 package of grapes, peeled
  • 1 pint orange sorbet of any flavor, thawed
  • 5 cups cranberry juice


Thaw sorbet until it becomes liquid. Mix sorbet, ginger ale and cranberry juice in large punch bowl, then add peeled grapes. Serve with a fork.

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