As you prepare for your upcoming Halloween Party, don’t forget the kids. Afterall, isn’t that what this holiday is really about these days? The kids want to enjoy yummy, creepy, goodness in liquid form, too! So, make one (or several) of these delicious Halloween Mocktails for Kids this year.
This Spooky Halloween Mocktail Recipe, here at 3 Boys and a Dog, is very easy to throw together and you probably have all the ingredients on hand!
Beware of this Screamsicle Mini Milkshakes recipe over at A Magical Mess. Do you remember Dreamsicles from ice cream day, back in elementary school? Or am I showing my age? Anyway, these supposedly taste just like them!
While this isn’t technically a Halloween mocktail recipe, this Halloween Hot Chocolate recipe is till perfect for kid parties. I love the eyeball marshmallows that Hezzie D added!
Debi at Mama Loves to Eat calls this delicious drink Poison Apple Cider Recipe AKA Spiced Red Apple Cider and I can’t wait to try it. How fun to tell the kids that you made cider out of poisoned apples? LOL!
If this Bloody Cocoa Treat doesn’t scream Halloween, then nothing does! Our Wabisabi Life outdid herself with this creepy and spooky, but oh-so-delicious hot cocoa recipe.
Lactose intolerant? Well… You don’t have to be scared of this Pumpkin Spice Latte recipe this Halloween because The Soccer Mom Blog made it dairy-free!
In the Kids Kitchen describes this Fizzy Crockpot Apple Cider for Kids as “a kid-friendly crockpot apple cider that’s both easy to make and will have your house smelling like fall all day!”
Halloween Mocktails doesn’t have to mean scary or creepy! It could mean seasonal, like this Copycat Starbucks Caramel Apple Cider recipe over at Baking Beauty.
This Witch’s Brew from Natural Beach Living is the perfect Halloween Party drink for your kids. You can even print the free labels out to really make it spooky!
Julie doesn’t cook like me, Julie Measures… see what I did there? LOL! Anyway, she has a delicious White Hot Chocolate recipe that you have to “see” to believe. HA! I am cracking myelf up with all these puns!
Oh, my boys would love this Witch’s Brew Cider with floating Shrunken Heads recipe over at Mighty Mrs.
The Neighborfood Blog has an Apple Cider and Caramel Float recipe that is not only gorgeous, but delicious as well.
I like to give a little description of the drinks so you know which ones you want to click, however I can’t do better than Finding Zest! She says “this Bloodshot Halloween Drink for Kids is a perfect option for those of us that want to still wow our kids without any guilt.”
This Jack-O-Lantern Slush is yummy and a fun design! Your kids will love this recipe from With a Blast!
This Orange Sherbet Punch from Ruchi’s Kitchen reminds me of Candy Corn. How perfect a beverage for Halloween?
The Beets in this Hot Chocolate recipe from Savory Spin add a slight “healthy” element to this delicious treat, but more than that! The beets add a spooky, blood-like coloring to this fun Halloween Drink!
This Hot Pumpkin Pie Drink recipe from Ashlee Marie is sure to hit the spot as the temperatures drop this Autumn.
Eats Amazing has really outdone herself with this super cool looking Healthy Halloween Freakshakes recipe for kids! The banana ghost is too adorable in these Halloween Mocktails!
This Violent Vampire Drink from Mom on the Side is a super bright red color that is sure to freak the kids out just a tad! In other words, it is perfect for Halloween! 🙂
Do your children like the Goosebumps books? If so, they are really going to love this Goosebumps Punch Recipe from Sugar and Soul!
I am in LOVE with this bright, lime green color of this Harry Potter Polyjuice Recipe from I Knead to Eat! Your kids are going to flip out, watch!
This Halloween Purple Pumpkin Eater Punch is a drink and a fun science experiment in one. You and your children will really enjoy watching this “juice” bubble up like a cauldron. Recipe from Moore or Less Cooking
Your turn! Do you have any favorite Halloween Mocktails that you can share with us?
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