These family-friendly Halloween Drinks are so much fun! Let the kids decorate the cups and choose their favorite syrups.
We love making Italian sodas with lemon-lime pop or ginger ale, cream, and flavored syrup. And we thought it would be fun to come up with some Halloween version that kids will love!
How To Make Halloween Drinks
Start by decorating clear plastic cups. Then add ice cubes to the cups and pour lemon-lime soda over the ice. We have this countertop ice machine that makes perfect little ice pellets for our drinks.
Next, pour in the half-and-half and filling drizzle with a flavored syrup. Follow my easy snow cone syrup recipe to make any flavor syrup you want with only a few ingredients! Top with sprinkles, edible glitter, or cotton candy.
This Jack-O-Lantern Halloween Drink tastes like an orange creamsicle! It has jack-o-lantern eyes and mouth with a green striped straw.
Start by cutting out jack-o-lantern eyes and mouths. Glue them on clear plastic cups.
You can download my free printable jack-o-lanterns here.
Use orange syrup for a yummy orange creamsicle flavor. Finish it off with a green spiral straw.
Green Monster Drink
The Green Monster Halloween drink tastes like green apples! The cup features googly eyes, black “hair” and a green straw.
To make the Green Monster Drink, attach googly eyes on a clear plastic cup. Use green apple syrup for the flavoring.
Black Spider Halloween Drinks
The Black Spider Halloween Drink tastes like black cherry! It is black sugar on the rim, a black spider on the cup, and a cotton candy “web” on top.
This adorable little Mummy Halloween Drink tastes like pina colada! The cup is decorated with strips of gauze with googly eyes peeking out!
To make a Halloween Mummy Drink, glue googly eyes on a cup and wrap it with strips of gauze. I bought gauze at the dollar store and used sharp scissors to cut it into thinner strips. Use a pina colada syrup and a white straw.
This bubbly Purple Potion Halloween Drink tastes like grape candy. The cup is rimmed with purple sugar and the drink is topped with white cotton candy “fog”.
For this Purple Potion, dip the rim of a clear plastic cup in melted purple candy melts and then into purple sprinkles. Use grape syrup and a purple twist straw. Top with white cotton candy that will magically disappear before your eyes!
Want more Halloween Drink recipes? Try these next:
This Orange Sherbet Punch Recipe is a frothy combination of orange juice, orange sherbet, and lemon-lime soda! It is perfect for Halloween.
Slow Cooker Apple Cider with caramel sauce and cinnamon syrup is so easy to make. Serve it at your fall celebrations.
These RedBull drinks recipes are non-alcoholic beverages that are fun for every occasion. My daughters love testing new flavors and here are some favorites.
Sparkling Apple Cider is a refreshing holiday punch with a delicious tangy sweetness and bit of fizz! Apple slices and cinnamon sticks add flavor and make it pretty!
Looking for Halloween Treats? Try these recipes:
These Halloween Cookies are so much fun! Make Witch Hats, Frankenstein, Pumpkins, and Spider Cookies from one batch of sugar cookie dough.
Halloween Candy Bar Pretzel Bites are easy to make with mini candy bars sandwiched between pretzels. A spooky treat that is perfect for Halloween parties!
Three ingredient Halloween Oreo Fudge is easy enough to make last-minute and so much fun to serve on a dessert tray.