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Halloween isn’t just for kids. Whether you’re mixing up a fun drink for yourself on Halloween night or you’re hosting a huge costume party for friends, these Halloween cocktails and mocktails provide something for everyone.
A fun cocktail or mocktail can really set the mood for your party. Halloween provides tons of inspiration for mixing up tasty drinks that can double as party decor.
We’ve found 5 fabulous recipes for Halloween cocktails and mocktails from our blogging friends. The first few don’t contain alcohol, and the last two are for grown ups only.
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Spooky Halloween Drink: Toxic Tonic
From Lady and the Blog
This drink is non-alcoholic so it’s great for parties with kids and guests of all ages.
Candy Corn Punch
From A Grande Life
A favorite for all members of the family, this layered drink is best prepared once your guests arrive.
Frozen Scary Eyeballs
From My Turn For Us
These frozen scary eyeballs can be added to any drink or cocktail for a spooky effect. I love how these are perfect for both kids parties and grown-up get togethers.
Candy Corn Cocktail Recipe
From Tammilee Tips
I think it’s my Finnish background, but my favorite drinks — including Halloween cocktails — are made with Vodka.
Bloody Halloween Wine Cocktail
From April Go Lightly
An easy mix for a sweet grown up treat…
Or if you want to also offer guests a variety of classic drinks, check out our instructions for how to make a martini and find out everything you need to know about dry and dirty martinis.
Find More Halloween Inspiration
We love all things Halloween… especially costumes! Here are a few of our favorite Halloween costumes…
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