If you are hosting a Halloween party this year, you need wickedly good Halloween punch recipes to finish off your Halloween menu and tickle your guests’ taste buds as they mingle.
Check out this roundup of frighteningly tasteful Halloween punch recipes.
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1. Orange Ghoul Punch
Add some fun to your Halloween party with this non-alcoholic but refreshing cocktail. Combine 6 cups of pineapple juice, 16 ounces of lemonade, and 3 cups of water in a punch bowl. Orange wedges will add an acidic kick to the drink.
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For spooky hands, freeze concentrated cranberry juice in tightly sealed plastic gloves until firm.
- Place the juice-filled gloves on a baking tray lined with a paper towel for easy removal once frozen.
2. Mulled Wine Punch
What better way to level up your Halloween party this season than with a warm glass of mulled red wine? Simmer your favorite red or white wine with some cinnamon sticks, fresh oranges, and other mulling spices for up to three hours and serve in heatproof mugs.
- Peel the mulling oranges to minimize bitterness.
- Let the punch simmer on low heat. Boiling will evaporate the alcohol.
3. Lime Sherbet Punch
You will love this cocktail if you are looking for a more kid-friendly drink that blends with the Halloween theme colors. Spoon your lime sherbet into a punch bowl and mix in your lemon-lime soda. Scoop ice cream into the punch to make the form hold for long.
4. Bloody Mary Cocktail
Nothing ignites the Halloween mood than the eerie red shade, and this vodka and cranberry juice cocktail does just that. Aside from blueberries, you can also garnish with cherries or currants.
- Take this drink to the next level by serving it in blood bags.
5. Pumpkin Pie Punch
Here is a pumpkin-inspired cocktail that you can repurpose throughout the fall. Combine your pumpkin pie mix with apple cider, ginger ale, and your favorite vodka. Serve this chilled and garnish with whipped cream.
- You can transfer the punch into a scooped-out pumpkin punch bowl.
6. Black Witch Cocktail
You will love this wickedly tasty cocktail that you can pull off with your favorite dark sweet juice, red wine, brandy, raspberry liqueur, and fruits like grapes, blackberries, and plums.
Serve from a pitcher and garnish with twisted orange wedges, if you wish.
7. Festive Rum Punch
Tart apple juice, fresh lime juice, spicy cinnamon, and star anise, spiked with rum, make a refreshing drink your friends will love this Halloween.
A mixture of orange and pineapple juice in place of apple juice will give you a vibrant orange cocktail that fits the season’s theme.
- A mixture of light and dark rum gives the drink a richer taste and color.
- Brandied cherries will make the perfect garnish.
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8. Blood Orange Margarita Cocktail
Your guests will love this blood orange juice, tequila, orange-flavored liqueur, and lime juice concoction on a warm fall night. Moisten the outer rims of your glasses with lime or orange and lightly coat with kosher salt.
- You can add agave nectar or maple syrup to sweeten the drink.
9. Raspberry Lemonade Punch
This dreamy alcoholic twist on lemonade is to die for. If you do not have frozen raspberry, you can use raspberry lemonade concentrate and mix it with lemon-lime soda, lime juice, and your favorite vodka.
Garnish with whole raspberries, mint leaves, and served chilled.
- Go for store-bought lemonade if you are using frozen fruits.
10. Traditional Sangria Punch
A delightful Halloween drink doesn’t have to be complicated. A boozy sangria cocktail will equally tickle your guests’ tastes buds. Add sliced apples, oranges, pomegranate, and brown sugar in a pitcher and muddle.
Next, add orange juice and brandy and continue muddling until the sugar dissolves and then add red wine.
11. Mulled Apple Cider Margarita
Halloween or not, you can never go wrong with an apple cider drink. Add a twist to this tequila, lime juice, apple cider, and orange liquor drink by mulling it up with cinnamon and serve with apple wedges.
The kosher salt and cinnamon sugar on the glass rims will elevate the drink.
12. Rose Gold Punch
You will love the rose gold sangria if you are looking for a drink that is tasteful as it is luxurious. Not to mention, you do not have to go for any pricey wine. Your store-bought wine and vodka will give you this beautiful drink.
Don’t skip the lemon wheels to add freshness to the drink.
13. Spiced Pumpkin Punch
Can’t get enough of pumpkins? Me either. Whip up some pumpkin puree, vodka, spiced rum, orange and lemon juice, and apple cider in a pitcher, and then add a simple cinnamon syrup.
Keep it fun and serve this drink in small scooped-out pumpkins.
- Garnish with citrus rings and cinnamon sticks.
14. The Spooky Forest Punch
I love how this berry-filled punch completes an eerie Halloween table set up. Crush a variety of berries in a simple syrup and lemon juice until they release their juice.
Finish this off with vodka or brandy, lemon wheels, and garnish with mint leaves for a full forest effect.
15. Toddy Punch
This soothingly warm punch will become your go-to pick-me-up long after Halloween. Add to hot water a simple honey syrup, lime juice, allspice berries, scotch, rum or brandy, and mulling spices and cook over low heat to release flavor.
Once ready, strain and serve in heatproof mugs with more cinnamon and star anise.
- Combine equal parts of water and honey for the simple honey syrup.
Watch this video from Tasty on Halloween Cocktails:
The best thing about these soothing Halloween punch recipes is that you can pull them off on a budget, repurpose them for other events during and after fall, and can be custom-made to suit guests of all ages. Let’s get mixing!
Have a boozy home party, homesteaders!
What other Halloween punch recipes will you be trying out this season? Let us know in the comment section below!
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