Halloween mocktails are spooky and fun plus, everyone can enjoy them. These non-alcoholic Halloween drinks are yummy will take your party to the next level! Plus, a mocktail recipe can be made in just a few minutes.
Each of these recipes is sure to be a hit at your next Halloween party. The drinks are fun, a little spooky and a lot delicious! If you like them, our Thanksgiving mocktails and Christmas mocktails are sure to entice you as well!
Everyone will love our butterbeer recipe found in our roundup of our Harry Potter party food. Or go super simple by adding a few plastic spiders to our simple non-alcoholic gin and tonic, non-alcoholic vodka and dirty martini mocktail or mimosa mocktail recipes.
The key with Halloween mocktails is to make sure the flavor is as close to the real thing as possible. I think we have definitely achieved this with each of these recipes.
For this witches night out Halloween party I made these for, I really wanted the mocktails to be the star. I first chose this delicious dark sangria from Eden over at Sugar and Charm.
I simply replaced the regular wine with a 0.0% non-alcoholic red and it was my favorite drink of the night! The plums, black grapes and blackberries made for a very eerie drink.
We also made up a pumpkin punch and classic cinnamon apple cider. I put a little bit of dry ice in the apple cider’s and they were smoking and definitely an eerie delight.
Our crockpot apple cider is so easy to make and will surely be a crowd pleaser. The warm flavors of nutmeg and cloves immediately make you think of fall.
Next up was this ghostly smoking white Russian. It’s similar to our Christmas White Russian mocktail but with a spooky twist. It is great served with our white no-bake ghost cookies or spider chocolate chip cookies.
I’ve included the recipe for this one below as it was my second favorite drink of the night. It was creamy, cool and perfectly sweet. The little bit of dry ice in each made for a smoking good time.
Pro Tip: Just make sure the amount of dry ice you add is very small, especially in this dairy-based drink or it will bubble over and make a mess.
How to make pumpkin punch
Our pumpkin punch was a simple concoction on the stove top. It couldn’t be made easier to make and is so festive.
- Whisk together 1 cup apple cider, 1 cup orange juice a little bit of orange zest, and a half a cup of puréed pumpkin in a pan on the stove over medium to low heat
- Add a couple tablespoons of simple syrup and some mulling spices in a cheesecloth and continue cooking
- Heat thoroughly then remove spices
- Whisk it really well and serve hot
- Add a bit of dry ice for an eerie effect that everyone will love!
I served each drink in a different cup and styled it in its own space for some pizzazz! I definitely think we accomplished our goal of having the mocktails be the shining star of the evening.
Halloween punch recipes:
- 3 ingredient Halloween punch for kids from Sugar and Charm
- Goosebumps Halloween Punch from Sugar and Soul
- Eyeball Punch from Happiness is Homemade
- Halloween Punch from Food Doodles
- Halloween Scorpion Venom Punch from Culinary Ginger
- Candycorn Punch from Creative Homemaking
- Spooky Halloween Punch from Bitz and Giggles
- Melting Witch Halloween Punch from Food Meanderings
- Jack O’ Lantern Punch from Party with Unicorns
More great non-alcoholic Halloween drinks:
- Harvest Moon by Marnie Rae
- Orange Creamsicle Drink from The Kitchen is My Playground
- Simple Pumpkin Pie Latte from The Conscious Dietician
- Boogyman Brew from Who Needs a Cape
- Coco Loco Brain Juice from Masala Herb
- Little Monster Halloween Mocktails from 4 Sons R’ Us
- Frog’s Breath Floats from Chicken Scratch NY
- Hot Apple Cider from Peter’s Food Adventures
- Pumpkin Juice from Sunday Supper
- Mulled Apple Cider from The Urben Life
- Harry Potter Pumpkin Juice from A Saucy Kitchen
If you like this, be sure to check out these other great Halloween ideas…
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Smoking Halloween Mocktail
- 1/2 C cream
- 1/2 C whole milk
- 1/2 C Dry Sparkling vanilla bean soda
- 2 T coffee or kahlua flavored syrup
- dry ice
- Combine cream, whole milk, vanilla bean soda and coffee flavored syrup together
- Pour into martini glasses
- Skewer two blackberries on a skewer and place on top of the martini glass
- Place a very small piece of dry ice into each glass right before serving
This post was originally published on October 3, 2018. It has been updated as of October 1, 2019 to include more photos and recipes from other great blogs.
Photos by Amie Pendle