Halloween is one of my favorite holidays (and basically all of October, November and December)! I love getting to decorate the porch but I love even more to make the fun food and drinks to celebrate the spooky day! A couple years ago I made these Mad Scientist Inspired Cocktails and they were such a fun twist on my normal girly cocktails. I’ve been searching the internet to find more fun and spooky inspired cocktails. I can’t wait to try some of these for Halloween night! You can add dry ice to any of these to give the smokey affect, too!
THE GRAVE DIGGER COCKTAIL
Talk about spooky… just the words grave digger give me the heebiejeebies! This cocktail is so fun because not only does it sound delectable but it has the little skeleton arms that just make it that much better. Mixc some cider and whiskey and you have The Grace Digger Cocktail.
VOO DOO PUNCH
I’m a sucker for the blood and guts- Halloween only though! These cocktails are so creative and perfect for the occasion. The “bloody” syringe takes it to the next level!
This Witches Brew is right up my alley. Four easy ingredients- pineapple juice, cranberry juice, sprite and rum. Super easy, delicious and the perfect color for Halloween!
GUMMY WORM ICE CUBES
This isn’t technically a cocktail but how fun are these gummy worm ice cubes?! I think this would be fun for parents or kids. For the adults, you can spike the ice cubes with a little vodka and for the kiddos just make colored water with gummy worms. So cute and fun! And who won’t love that you get to eat a gummy worm once it melts!?
Who knew witches brew and witch’s potion were different!? This one looks absolutely amazing to me! I started reading the recipe and the first ingredient is lime sherbet- SOLD! Any cocktail that starts with ice cream is already a winner in my book!
GHOULS GRAPE MOCKTAIL
I found a recipe for all the pregnant mamas or kiddos. A basic grape soda with a cute ghost straw. I want to add these to all of the Halloween drinks! Just cut out a ghost from foam, add some googly eyes, punch a hole for the straw and voila!