Over a dozen of the spookiest Halloween punch recipes for your next party!
15 Halloween Punch Recipes
The trick or treating, the horror movies, the candy, the costumes and of course . . . the parties are just a few of the things that we absolutely love about Halloween.
And what better way to entertain the guests at your next event more than with spooky Halloween punch recipes?
Enjoy these 15 Halloween punch recipes and get the party started!
1. Polyjuice Potion Punch
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This kid-friendly potion recipe is the perfect drink for your young ones! Made from Sprite, lime sherbet and neon green food coloring, this punch looks great in a vial for any sort of Harry Potter-inspired parties.
2. Spooky Halloween Eyeball Punch
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Instead of keeping an eye on your drink, this drink will keep an eye on you! Made from lychees and blueberries, these creepy eyeballs float around in a mixture of Hawaiian Punch and 7-Up that makes for quite the refreshing drink.
3. Gummy Worm Punch
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A drink so vibrant and alive like this one definitely deserves a spot at your next Halloween party. Just throw some Hawaiian Punch together with lemon-lime soda and some gummy worms and you’ve got yourself a drink!
4. Spiced Pumpkin Punch
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What’s Halloween without a touch of pumpkin?! This punch recipe, with a dash of cinnamon, fresh ginger, and a generous amount of bourbon is jam-packed with sensational flavors perfect for the season.
5. Transylvania Punch
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A simple blood-colored punch that would make even Dracula proud.
6. Orange Creamsicle Halloween Punch
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The color of this punch recipe might throw you off at first, but it’s just milk, 7-Up and orange sherbet, which actually makes for a great tasting drink. Toss in some edible candy eyes to give it that Halloween look.
7. Candy Corn Punch
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A giant layered candy corn drink…with candy corn inside of it.
8. Wizard of Oz Punch
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Inspired by The Wizard of Oz, this ultra bright green drink is made from lime Jell-O, limeade, fresh water and scoops of lime sherbets. Serve this with cute black & white straws, adorned with hats worn by Oz and the Wicked Witch of the West.
9. Glowing Severed-Hand Halloween Punch
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Using latex gloves, you can freeze tonic water to create a creepy looking severed hand ice cube. Better yet, if you’ve got a black light you can take advantage of the quinine in the frozen tonic water, which glows in the dark when exposed to UV light.
10. Wormy Swamp Punch
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A frozen orange ice ring floats in the middle of this Halloween drink recipe, with gummy worms clinging to dear life as they try their best to not drown in the swampy pineapple-flavored punch.
11. Magic Potion Punch
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With a name like Magic Potion Punch alone, this should entice the kiddos to partake in the festivities. Garnish with spiders.
12. Halloween Pumpkin Punch
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Woah, who brought the giant steaming pumpkin to the party?! Oh yeah that’s right, you did. Best of all, this lavish recipe also comes with a few adult drinks, as if the magical fruit prop wasn’t enough.
13. Spiked Jolly Rancher Punch
Don’t have time to waste? Whip up this Jolly Rancher-flavored drink—made from vodka and cranberry/apple juice—in just a few minutes.
14. Raspberry Peach Margarita and Casa Noble Tequila
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Fitting for the Day of the Dead, what makes this raspberry peach margarita so great isn’t the blood red alcohol—it’s the putrid black rim (made from non-putrid ingredients).
15. Bat Juice Halloween Mocktail
Leaving several black Twizzlers in a 7-Up bottle overnight will turn your soda black, making one of the most aesthetically pleasing Halloween punch recipes out there. While it doesn’t include alcohol, you can easily throw in some gin and vodka to make it adult appropriate.
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