13 Dreadfully Delicious Halloween Drinks For Kids

Kids love Halloween and Halloween parties. But, the party becomes boring if the drinks are plain and regular. A Halloween party needs drinks in the same theme. If you are looking for Halloween drink recipes for kids, look no further. Here, we have some kid-friendly, colourful, and spooky Halloween drinks to keep up the Halloween “spirit” at your kid’s party. Let’s get started then!

Spooky But Fun Halloween Drink Ideas With Their Recipes for Kids

Kids love Halloween and call their friends for Halloween parties. They dress up in scary costumes and decorate their houses with spooky decorations to create the right ambience for the party. But, if the drinks are plain, the party becomes somewhat incomplete. The drinks should match the theme and, at the same time, be spooky-a-licious to entice the kids. You can choose from the recipes given below to make mouth-watering Halloween-themed drinks.

1. Green Worm Punch

Ingredients: 

  • Lemon Lime soda – 3 litres
  • Green food colouring – 12 drops
  • Rainbow sherbet – 1 quart
  • Gummy worms – 30

Prep Time: 10 minutes 

Method:

  • Take a big bowl and mix lemon-lime soda and food colouring. Stir until the colouring is completely dissolved.
  • To this mixture, add the sherbet in scoops and mix well.
  • Then, add some gummy worms.
  • While serving, put a gummy bear in each glasses, and then pour the drink along with some gummy worms.

2. Melting Ghost Halloween Drink

This easy to make drink is a show-stopper among all drinks. The cool fizzy drink with a taste of lemon is always refreshing and healthy for kids.

Ingredients:

  • Lemon soda – 2 cups
  • Lemonade (homemade or store-bought)
  • Green edible colour or about 10 scoops of lime sherbet 
  • Candy eyeballs

Prep Time: 10 minutes 

Method: 

  • Take a large pitcher and into it pour lemon soda and lemonade. 
  • Add in ice cubes to chill them, and you can put the mixture in the fridge for one hour.
  • You can either add the lime sherbet directly to the glasses or add 2-3 drops of green food colour in the pitcher for the green colour.
  • Take the cool soda and delicately add candy eyeballs.
  • Candy eyeballs will begin to sink in the punch, so make sure you serve right after adding the eyeballs.

3. Witch’s Brew

Ingredients:

  • Lime sherbet – 1 quart
  • Ginger ale (chilled) – 2 litres
  • Pineapple juice – 1 cup
  • Green food colouring
  • Lime slices
  • Gummy worms

Prep Time: 10 minutes

Method: 

  • Take a big bowl and add pineapple juice and ginger ale. Mix well.
  • Add food colouring and mix.
  • Pour the lime sherbet into the bowl just before serving. Slowly mix it as it starts foaming.
  • Serve in glasses and garnish them with gummy worms.

4. Orange Gems Halloween Punch

This 2-minute drink is a trusted Halloween punch of all times. You can also include your toddlers or kids in making this tasty punch. 

Ingredients:

  • Orange soda – 2 cups
  • Pineapple pieces (cooled) – 1/2 cup
  • Whipped cream
  • Orange coloured gems/MnM/ orange candies

Prep Time: 2 minutes 

Method: 

  • In a large pitcher, pour orange soda (like Fanta) or orange juice and add chilled pieces of pineapple.
  • Do not fill the glass with soda to the brim. Keep some space left for the cream.
  • Now add whipped cream on top.
  • And sprinkle some solid or crushed orange gems or orange candies.

5. Spooky Hot Chocolate

Ingredients: 

  • Milk – 4 cups
  • Vanilla extract/essence – 1 tsp
  • White chocolate chips – 8 oz
  • Green food colouring – 2 drops
  • Whipped cream
  • Green sprinkles
  • Candy eyes – 2 per glass

Prep Time: 15 minutes 

Method: 

  • Dip each serving glass first in water and then in the green sprinkles. The glasses are ready.
  • Take a saucepan to mix the milk, food colouring, white chocolate and vanilla essence.
  • Cook the ingredients over medium heat, stirring regularly until the white chocolate melts and comes to a simmer. Remember not to boil.
  • Remove from heat and pour in the serving glasses immediately. Top with whipped cream.
  • Garnish with green sprinkles and add two candy eyes to each glass.

6. Hawaiian Worm Punch

Ingredients: 

  • Lemon Hawaiian punch – 3 litre
  • Lemon-Lime soda – 1 litre
  • Gummy worms
  • Muffin tin

Prep Time: 3 hours 10 minutes

Method: 

  • Take the muffin tray. Keep two gummy worms in each muffin tin.
  • Fill the tin with Hawaiian punch till the worms are just covered. Don’t fill the muffin tin completely.
  • Freeze the muffin tray for 2-3 hours.
  • Take a big bowl. Fill 3/4th of the bowl with the Hawaiian punch.
  • Add the Lemon-lime soda.
  • Take out the frozen worms.
  • While serving, drop one frozen worm in each glass before pouring the punch.

7. Vampire Punch

Ingredients: 

  • V8 Splash (Acai Berry flavour) – 5 cups
  • Grenadine – 20 ounces
  • Club soda – 5 cups
  • Liquorice whip (straw)
  • Gummy worms

Prep Time: 10 minutes 

Method: 

  • Take a big bowl. Combine all the ingredients.
  • Keep in the refrigerator to chill.
  • Serve in glasses with a Licorice whip and a gummy worm.

8. Halloween Oreo Milkshake

Ingredients: 

  • Vanilla ice cream – 2 cups
  • Candy corn Oreos – 6
  • Milk – 2/3rd cup
  • Whipped cream
  • Halloween sprinkles
  • Candy eyes

Prep Time: 5 minutes 

Method: 

  • Take the pitcher of a blender. Scoop some ice cream in it.
  • Add the milk and the Oreos. Blend them till you get a smooth shake.
  • Pour the shake into serving glasses.
  • Add whipped cream on the top.
  • Garnish with candy eyes and Halloween sprinkles.

9. Halloween Fizzy Pumpkin Drink

Ingredients: 

  • Small canning jars
  • Decorative green straws
  • Paper pumpkin cutouts or vinyl pumpkin face decals
  • Glue
  • Orange juice – 2 cups
  • Lemon-lime soda- 2 cups
  • Pineapple juice – 1 cup
  • Orange sherbet – 2 litres

Prep Time: 10 minutes 

Method: 

  • Take the canning jars and paste the pumpkin face cutouts or vinyl on them.
  • You can also paste the pumpkin cutout on the lids.
  • Take a pitcher and mix the orange juice and pineapple juice in it.
  • Fill 3/4th of each jar with orange sherbet.
  • Pour some orange and pineapple mixture. Ensure the jars still have some space.
  • Top the drink up with some lemon-lime soda.
  • Cover the jars with the lids and add a green straw to make the stem of the pumpkin.

10. Tricolour Halloween Hot Chocolate

Ingredients: 

  • White chocolate or white chocolate chips – 12 ounces
  • Milk (8C) – 1 litre
  • Vanilla essence – 1 tsp
  • Food colouring (soft gel) – orange, green and purple
  • Candy googly eyes
  • Halloween sprinkles
  • Mini marshmallows
  • Whipped cream
  • Edible food marker

Prep Time: 30 minutes 

Method: 

  • Chop the white chocolate into small pieces and put them in a large bowl. You may use white chocolate chips instead of chocolate bars.
  • Take a pan and warm the milk till it starts simmering.
  • Pour the warm milk into the white chocolate.
  • Mix the melted chocolate in the milk and make sure it has no lumps.
  • Add the vanilla to the milk.
  • Pour the milk into three different bowls. Add different food colouring to the bowls, and mix.
  • Now, pour the coloured milk, one over the other, into each glass to make a tri-colour drink.
  • Draw cute little ghost faces on the mini marshmallows with some food colouring and drop them into the hot chocolate drink.
  • Garnish with whipped cream, candy eyes and sprinkles.

11. Mad Scientist Punch

Ingredients: 

  • Large glass jars or tall glasses
  • Coloured drink or any other juice – 1 gallon
  • Dry Ice – 1 pound
  • Oven mitts or heavy-duty gloves
  • Safety eye goggles
  • Tongs

Prep Time: 15 minutes

Method: 

  • Pour the drink into a large bowl.
  • Wear a pair of gloves and safety eye goggles.
  • Carefully break the dry ice into 4-5 inches pieces with a hammer or mallet.
  • Add one piece of dry ice to the glass bowl using the tongs.
  • Serve the drink in the tall glasses leaving the dry ice in the bowl.
  • Replenish the ice when it melts.

12. Vampire Ice Cream Punch

Ingredients: 

  • Red soda – 1 cup
  • Vanilla ice cream – 2 cups
  • Strawberry syrup – 1/2 cup
  • Vampire fangs (plastic)
  • Whipped cream – 1 can
  • Red decorative gel
  • Colourful straws

Prep Time: 10 minutes 

Method: 

  • Take serving glasses or cups and fill 3/4th of each glass/cup with vanilla ice cream.
  • Pour red soda slowly over the ice cream.
  • Top the glass/cup with whipped cream and then drizzle some strawberry syrup.
  • Add the plastic vampire teeth and straw to the ice cream.
  • Garnish the teeth with red gel for the vampire effect.

13. Radioactive Orange Halloween Punch

Ingredients:

  • (Orange punch)
  • Orange juice – 2 cups
  • Mango juice – 1 cup
  • Pineapple juice – 1 cup
  • Plain soda (optional) – 1 cup
  • Ice cubes – 1-2 ice trays
  • (Frosting)
  • White frosting – 1 cup
  • Green colouring
  • Halloween sprinkles – 4-5 tbsp

Prep Time: 10 minutes 

Method: 

  • For the punch, take a large pitcher and add in all fruit juices. Let the mixture chill for one hour.
  • If you want a fizzy punch, then you can add a soda as well.
  • For the frosting, microwave the white frosting for about 30 seconds until it is melted and not too hot. Add a few drops of green colour until you get a desired green colour.
  • Dip the outer edge of the serving glasses from the brim and add some sprinkles. Stand the glasses so that frosting get the dripping shape. 
  • Put the glasses in the fridge for the frosting to cool.
  • Once everything is set, you can pour the mixture of fruit juices into frosted glasses and add ice cubes, accordingly.

Make these delicious and spooky drinks for your Halloween party this year. These tasty drinks will make your Halloween party a big hit! They are simple to make, and most can be whipped up in a few easy steps. Surprise your kid with one of the delicious drinks given above this Halloween.

Also Read:

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Amazing Halloween Costume Ideas for Kids
Spooky Ideas To Enjoy Halloween With Your Kids

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Gauri Ratnam completed her Masters in English Literature from the University of Pune. She began her journey as a German translator soon after completing her graduation, but later moved on to pursue her passion for writing. Having written for both digital and print media in a varied range of industries, she has the ability to write relatable and well-researched content, benefical for anyone seeking advice or direction.