Halloween Drinks for Kids

Double, bubble, trouble, and toil? Nah, no toil and trouble if you make one of those Halloween spook-a-licious drinks for kids.

Most of the beverages are easy to make insane. Bloody Shirley Temples, Jack-o-Lantern shakes, voodoo punch and all sorts of mysterious-looking potions accompany slime, fog, and swamp water beverages, just right for chilling Halloween parties. Halloween is just around the corner so I’m beginning to get ready. Not only do I love Halloween but Halloween is my baby’s due date! It is going to be particularly enjoyable this year. For years I’ve been having a Halloween party with all the kids in the community because Halloween is my birthday and I enjoy getting into the holiday. I told my kids this year if we throw a party, it’ll need to be scaled early in October. Gest5

That’s not to suggest I don’t enjoy Halloween party snacks! These children’s Halloween drinks are perfect for your next Halloween party or something to surprise your children at dinner.

This Pumpkin Pop bottles from My Sister’s Suitcase are super simple to produce and look great on a party table while not technically a cocktail.

What you need to do is strip the labels from any orange soda bottles (either glass or plastic), and then have any fun decorating with Sharpies your cute little ‘pumpkin.’

This Spooky Fruity Halloween Punch is so easy to make with just fruit juices and lemonade, and it will love the young trick or the treaters.

You can add an extra spooky gruesome touch with spooky ice cube trays, or you can freeze a water-filled surgical glove and pop into your punch bowl, just like Simply Happy Foodie did.

All the hard work for these Foodie Fun Monster Mash punch drinks is done with the cups – draw on your favorite, funny or spooky monster faces and add googly eyes for the full effect.

This green vampire’s Kiss Halloween drink from Life of a Whisk with its ghoulish “blood rim” looks awesome and it’s fairly straightforward to make with some food coloring too. This recipe is an adult version but replacing the alcohol with lime kool-aid or the like you can make it kid-friendly.

This Spooky Sparkling Punch from Rockin Mama has a ghoulish green glow that the kids will love and for added gross effect, you can garnish with some jelly worms.

Not all Halloween drinks must be unhealthy-just look at this My Fussy Eater bat blood smoothie. Packed with flavor, and using only four ingredients, this smoothie is a good hit.

These cool and creepy Bloody Shirley Temples from This Grandma is Fun is a fun Halloween party drink that your kids will enjoy – provided they don’t gross out too much with the syringes! Just add some grenadine/raspberry cordial to your syringes as “blood”.

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