Eerie (Kid Friendly) Halloween Drinks

You can’t have a Halloween dinner party without Halloween drinks. That’s almost like having a mummy costume without the gauze (which doesn’t make a mummy)! We want everyone to enjoy themselves at your Halloween party (kids included), so we’ve compiled a few recipes from FamilyFun to concoct some spooky drinks that are suitable for everyone! Try a few of them this Halloween holiday!


Swamp Juice


  • 1/2 cup small tapioca pearls (white)
  • food coloring (yellow, green, blue)
  • 4 tbs sugar
  • 8 gummy fish (like Swedish Fish)
  • 8 gummy worms
  • seltzer water
  • lemonade


Cook the tapioca pearls according to package instructions. Once cooked, separate the pearls into 2 bowls (leave the water with the pearls). In one of the bowls, drop in 3 drops of yellow food coloring, and 1 drop of green food coloring. In the second bowl, drop in 4 drops of blue food coloring. Put in 2 tablespoons of sugar in each and stir until dissolved. Leave the bowls uncovered for 20-25 minutes.

When you are ready to make the drink, spoon 2 tablespoons of tapioca pearls into a cup and a gummy fish. Fill the cup with seltzer water and a splash of lemonade. Hang a gummy worm off the rim of the cup.


Bug Juice


  • 2 bags of defrosted, frozen strawberries
  • 1 can of lemonade concentrate
  • ginger ale
  • 2 cups of raisins
  • 6 gummy worms


In a blender, blend the frozen strawberries with the thawed lemonade concentrate. Gradually add the ginger ale into the mixture until you have reached a icy, yet smooth consistency.

When you are ready to serve, put the mixture in a punch bowl and throw in the raisins. Garnish the rim of the bowl with the gummy worms.


Putrid Punch



  • 1 package of lemon lime Kool Aid
  • 1 cup sugar
  • 1 can orange juice concentrate
  • 4 cups ginger ale
  • 3 scoops of orange sherbet
  • gummy worm ice cubes (ice cubes with gummy worms inside)


Mix the Kool Aid, sugar, and orange juice concentrate together. When you are ready to serve, pour in the ginger ale, and place the ice cubes inside. Float on top scoops of the sherbet. In a few minutes time, your drink concoction will be an eerie shade of green!

These are just a few recipes you can try to make spooky drinks for Halloween. Check out FamilyFun for more drink recipes! Remember that you don’t always have to follow these recipes to a T. If you want to add or substitute a certain ingredient, try it! You might end up with a new and special recipe that tastes delicious!


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