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36 Halloween Drink Recipes

By: Hannah Gettleman, Editor,

Halloween is easily one of America's favorite holidays. Many people spend thousands on halloween party drinks and some are still searching for their favorites. Well, you're in luck because we've complied 36 Halloween Drink Recipes to serve at your next party. Halloween drinks are fun and surprisngly super easy to make. From halloween punch recipes (a definite party staple) and fun, kid-friendly drink recipes for little ghouls and boys, to recipes for halloween alcoholic drinks  for the older witches and warlocks, there are plenty of halloween party drink recipes that are super quick to make!

If you're in a rut to make a unique halloween drink at your next party, check out some of the fang-tastic recipes below! 

Table of Contents

Recipes for Halloween Alcoholic Drinks
Halloween Punch Recipes
Halloween Party Drink Recipes


Recipes for Halloween Alcoholic Drinks

If you're looking for great Halloween drink recipes with a little kick for the older adults, check out these awesome recipes. Some of these may sound strange, but it's Halloween--the stranger, the better. From spooky halloween drinks that look like they came from the swamp to drinks that will make you want to realease your inner Dracula, these drinks sure pack a surprising twist!


Swamp Juice


  1. Poisoned Apple Wine Tail
  2. Swamp Juice
  3. Vampire's Kiss
  4. Lobotomy
  5. Caramel Apple Martini
  6. Bloody Screwdriver Punch
  7. Smashing Pumpkin
  8. Bloody Caesar
  9. Revenge Fizz
  10. Brain Hemmorage
  11. Crimson Gash Cocktail
  12. Party Sangria
  13. Pedro's Sangria
  14. Olive Garden Sangria
  15. Slow Cooker Mulled Wine

Halloween Punch Recipes

Want to find halloween drink recipes for your next party? These recipes take a twist on the traditional party punch for a ghoulishly festive evening. Some of these recipes can also be used for other large gatherings. Create new twists on the classic party recipes with interesting new flavors and drinks to let the little goblins out on All Hallows Eve.




  1. Lime Party Punch
  2. Vampire Punch
  3. Martini Poinsettia Punch
  4. Light Party Punch
  5. Celebration Punch
  6. Citrus Twist Punch
  7. Festive Punch
  8. Planter's Rum Punch

Halloween Party Drink Recipes

Don't start your party without making one of these great halloween drink recipes! These are super simple recipes for kids and adults of all ages, and are easy enough for kids to make themselves.



  1. Cran-Cherry Plasma Transfusion
  2. Halloween Test-Tube Shooters
  3. Apple Pie Smoothie
  4. Caramel Apple Milkshake
  5. Pumpkin Shake with Ice Cream
  6. Hot Caramel Apple Cider
  7. Candy Bar Cooler
  8. Party Mulled Cider
  9. Witch's Butterscotch Brew
  10. TGI Friday's One Hour in the Candy Store
  11. Slow Cooker Witch's Brew Recipe
  12. Slow Cooker Apple Ice Tea
  13. Apple Citrus Chiller


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