Usher in the autumn season with a few Halloween-inspired drinks meant to satisfy your little goblin’s cravings. Get your cauldron ready — here are three tasty and easily prepared, non-alcoholic punches your tiny ghouls are sure to enjoy!
The Jack-O’-Lantern Blood Orange Juice
Nothing says Halloween more than a creepy-grinning pumpkin. Get your punch bowl — or cauldron ready. Here’s a seasonal spin on a classic orange-flavored punch.
Start your recipe off with a few basic ingredients:
- 3 cups of Boylan’s Marsh Ripe Mango Blood Orange
- 1 bottle of Bai Puna Coconut Pineapple Juice
- 3 cups of your preferred lemon-lime Soda
- 2 Liters of ginger ale
- A few scoops of ice cubes
Combine your drinks in a punchbowl big enough to yield about six quarts, mixing your orange and pineapple juice with your lemon-lime soda, finishing off with your ginger ale. Top it all off with a few scoops of ice cubes for a bone-chilling treat. Beware — this drink yields a larger quantity making it ideal for a gathering of ghouls.
For added fun, supply your goblins with an assortment of sharpies and orange plastic cups. Challenge them to make the best jack-o-lantern face on their cups to pour their delicious punch in!
Phantom Potion Punch
hat all goes into a phantom’s potion, you ask? How about a few delicious worms — gummy worms, that is!
Prepare your punch bowl with these three simple ingredients:
Combine your fruit punch and lemon-lime soda in a pitcher for a frighteningly-quick thirst-quencher. Pour the mixture into a cup and allow your child to garnish it all off with some slithery worms!
Bone-Chilling Eyeball Sipper
Create a tasty blueberry punch before the delicious fruit goes out of season — it just won’t look like a blueberry punch. With eyeballs and a ghastly green appearance on the outside, the taste makes up for its spooky appearance.
To make this punch, you’ll need:
- 1/2 of Boylan’s Mash Pomegranate Blueberry
- 12 fresh blueberries
- 12 lychees
- 4 cup of your favorite seltzer — we suggest lemon-lime flavors
- Two drops of green food coloring
Start off by peeling your lychees and inserting a blueberry in each lychee to create your eerie “eyeballs.” Pop them in the freezer for an hour for a scary addition to your cauldron full of punch. In your bowl, combine the remaining ingredients, adding a few drops of food coloring for a ghoulish appearance. Pour the mixture into tall clear glasses — you won’t want to miss out on seeing the eyeballs, after all.