Looking for some fun, spooky, and delicious Halloween drinks for kids? Look no further! Today we are sharing a list of 30 Halloween drink ideas that your kids are sure to love. From green punch to Halloween hot chocolate, these beverages are sure to be a hit at your next Halloween party!
Easy Kids Drinks for Halloween
Halloween is one of our favorite holidays to celebrate as a family.
We typically host dinner for our extended family at our place, before we all head out to trick-or-treat.
Filling up our bellies with dinner before we head out also helps to prevent the kids from devouring all of their Halloween candy as soon as we get home.
That being said, I know that in just a few years the kids are going to be asking to host their own Halloween parties with friends and our holiday traditions will start to look a little bit different.
In the meantime, I’m going to do everything I can to create some fun and festive memories with the kids before they ditch us old folks for their friends 😉
This year I am up-ing my game by adding a few fun drink options to our Halloween menu.
These non-alcoholic Halloween drinks for kids are perfect for any Halloween celebration, family gathering, or classroom party.
Whether you’re hosting Halloween movie night or looking for an easy Halloween kid’s punch recipe, these drink ideas are sure to please.
This magically delicious punch fizzes and bubbles when you add the secret ingredient. Kids love the fancy effects! It’s great for mad scientists and Halloween parties or just anytime you need a little extra magic.
If you are throwing a Halloween party or just looking for a fun Halloween treat to make with the kids, this monster-themed orange sherbet punch is perfect! The kids will love pretending they are slurping up the foaming zombie brains!
This non-alcoholic, green Halloween Punch is the perfect Halloween potluck or witch-themed party recipe, especially for kids! It has key lime Sherbert, soda pop, chocolate cookie witch hats, marshmallow licorice brooms and candy eyes. It's a kid's dream come true!
This delicious Halloween punch is made with only three ingredients! When served in a nonpareil-rimmed glass, the color of the candy starts dripping eerily into the punch, creating fun black streaks and darkening the color of the drink, making a fun Halloween surprise!
A simple mocktail Shirley Temple can be creeped up for Halloween with the addition of a few fun props! A great option to keep the party fun and alcohol-free. Ingredients may be multiplied times the number of Creepy Shirley Temples desired
This Witches Brew Halloween Hot Chocolate is a non-alcoholic Halloween hot drink that's fun, easy and quick to make, with white hot chocolate, green whipped cream, gummy worms, green marshmallows and candy eyes.
A fun and tasty drink is ready in just a few minutes. You'll need orange soda, pineapple soda (or juice), and orange sherbet. That's all there is to a fun Halloween punch that's easy to make and kids will love!
These Halloween Monster Floats are a simple and quick-to-prepare mocktail for your family-friendly Halloween celebration. The gummy eyes, ears, and teeth make this a fun and spooky treat that everyone will enjoy!
The Witches Brew Punch is bright and colorful, making it a fantastic addition to any Halloween celebration! It's easy to make with just three ingredients, so it comes together in no time and is delicious and ideal for every Halloween party!
Hi, I'm Lauren Tingley; a working, teacher-mom of two who tried to "do it all" and ended up losing myself in the process. Determined to find joy in modern motherhood I discovered simplifying was the answer. Now I share tips for fun family activities, minimalist homemaking and simple parenting advice on Simply Well Balanced for families looking to create more balance in their homes. My ideas and advice has been shared by Parents Magazine, Good Housekeeping and Women's First.Read more about me! Or follow me on Pinterest or Instagram
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