Best Non-Alcoholic Halloween Drinks
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Non-alcoholic Halloween drinks are a necessity for any Halloween party, even adult Halloween parties. There are those who prefer not to drink Halloween cocktails. And non-alcoholic drink recipes for the kids are a must, of course.
Below are some easy non-alcoholic drinks for Halloween that would be suitable for any type of Halloween party. There's a Halloween drink recipe to match about any theme- red Halloween punch for the vampire bunch, how to make black Halloween punch for the Goths, and orange Halloween punch for a less spooky effect!
Halloween Punch Bowls for Halloween Drinks
How to Make Black Halloween Punch
Got a black Halloween party theme going on? Here's how to make black Halloween punch to match:
Black Plague Punch
1 packet each- orange flavored and graped flavored drink mix
3 quarts water
1 1/2 cups sugar
1 liter ginger ale
Blue food coloring
Optional vodka, to taste (for adult Halloween parties- use black vodka!)
Stir together well in a punch bowl. Be sure to use cold water and ginger ale. Don't add the ginger ale until just before the party so that it doesn't go flat. Add just enough food coloring to make it black.
More Non-Alcoholic Halloween Punch Recipes
Orange Ogre Halloween Punch Recipe - This would look great beside the black Halloween punch!
2 liters 7UP soft drink
1 gallon orange juice
1 1/2 quart of orange sherbet
Mix the 7UP and orange juice in the punch bowl first. Pour the 7UP in slowly so it doesn't lose carbonation. Add the sherbet to the punch in large scoops just before the party.
Bloody Vampire Punch for Halloween
48 ounces each: cranberry juice, apple juice, and red fruit punch
2 liters ginger ale
Refrigerate all of the ingredients for at least a day so that the Halloween drinks are good and cold. Then simply add everything to a punch bowl and mix together just before the party. Slowly add the ginger ale to keep it crisp.
Halloween Party Ideas for Non-Alcoholic Halloween Drinks
For an even spookier effect, make separate batches of ice cubes using
orange, purple, green, and/or red drink mixes separately. Add fake
plastic bugs to the ice cubes before freezing to go truly over the top.
Throw some of the fake bugs or spiders around the Halloween punch bowl,
To add some 'punch' to your Halloween drinks, (sorry for the bad pun), buy a cheap masquerade type mask. Cover the eye holes well with tape. Fill the mask with prepared flavored drink mix that is green or red for a really spooky effect. (Purple, red, or green hydration drinks or canned fruit punch work well, too.) If using plain water, add food coloring. Or leave it plain for a ghost look. Gingerly lay flat in freezer. Let freeze. A few days ahead is best. Use as an ice ring and add it to your Halloween punch just before the party starts.
Another Halloween punch party idea is to use those cheap, plastic, black cauldrons found in stores everywhere during Halloween. Put your punch in this instead of a traditional punch bowl.
You can also put gummy worms in the bottom of individual punch cups. Hang some of them off the rim of the punch bowl.
Halloween Drinks Ice Cubes
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