Scary Good Non-Alcoholic Drinks for Halloween

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Tasty and themed drinks are always a hit on Halloween!  If you are looking for some scary good non-alcoholic drinks for Halloween to amp up for the fun for your festivities, we have some delicious ideas!

Try these simple, creative recipes for delicious Halloween themed drinks that will be a real treat for your guests:

Scary Good Non-Alcoholic Drinks for Halloween

 

Pixie potion

1 liter sparkling lemonade (or carbonated lemon-lime soda)
4 Pixy Stix

Pour the sparkling lemonade into your punch bowl. Then stir in 4 Pixy Stix (or more, to taste) until the powder dissolves completely into the carbonated drink.

You can add powder all of the same flavor and color, or if you are feeling adventurous, you can add multiple flavors and colors of powder.

For extra fun, add a gummy worm or gummy eyeball to each glass before serving.

Swamp water

1/2 liter Mountain Dew
1/2 liter cola
1 packet of Blue Kool-Aid

For this simple recipe just combine the Mountain Dew and the Pepsi into a large clear punch bowl. Then add the packet of Kool-Aid powder and mix until the powder completely dissolves. You should get a sweet brown punch from this combination.

Add things like gummy worms or candy spiders or other bug shaped candies into the drink to make it extra gross. You can also add extra sodas such as orange, cream soda, or root beer to suit your taste preferences.

Bubbling blood brew

1 liter of lemon-lime soda
4 Tbsp Red Gatorade powder mix
1 packet of Red Kool-Aid

Pour the Sprite into your punch bowl. Then slowly add both the powder mixes, stirring constantly until the powder dissolves.

The result is a really bubbly, really bloody red mix. A sweet drink guaranteed to be popular with your vampire guests.

All these drinks will be sweet as Halloween candy. The best part of this activity is using your creativity. Have fun mixing up your own drinks this Halloween!


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Barb Webb. Founder and Editor of Rural Mom, is an author and sustainable living expert nesting in Appalachian Kentucky. When she’s not chasing chickens around the farm or engaging in mock Jedi battles, she’s writing about country living and artisan culture.
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