This Halloween punch recipe can either be a kid-friendly non-alcoholic or made into an adult cocktail drink. Either way, this punch recipe is quick and easy to make.
Halloween parties are just around the corner. Maybe you are responsible for the drinks at your child's classroom Halloween party.
This fruity Halloween punch can be severed at is. Or made into a spooky drink by adding ice cubes in the shape of hands. You can even add in some dry ice for a smokey look to the punch.
Maybe you are having an adult party, mix in vodka or rum for an adult cocktail. Either way, this Halloween punch is great to serve at parties.
How To Make Halloween Punch
This drink recipe is quite simple and is loaded with fruity flavors from lemonade, cranberry, and pineapple juice. Grab that punch bowl to get started.
You will want to make sure you have a large enough bowl to work with. This recipe yields about 23 servings that's why it's great for parties.
My bowl was just big enough for all of the ingredients. But not for adding in the fun ice that can make it a spooky drink.
Into the bowl pour in all the ingredients, mix with a spoon. If your bowl is large enough you could make it a spooky drink. Fill food-safe gloves with water and freeze, place into the bowl.
I do suggest placing all the drinks into the fridge to get them cool before making this recipe.
Making It An Adult Cocktail
In order to make it an adult cocktail, you can do it one of two ways. Add the alcohol into the punch bowl or add to each glass. If you add it into the punch bowl then this isn't a non-alcoholic punch.
Since this recipe yields, quite a few servings and I was only serving for my family. I add into my glass a shot of alcohol. Now for the fun part of it being an adult cocktail is the choice of what to add to it. I have used both rum and vodka, the vodka I did like better.
Like I said when I make this recipe I make it so it's non-alcoholic. That way my kids can enjoy it as well. What doesn't get used from the punch bowl I pour into a large pitcher. Storing in the refrigerator so the kids can enjoy it for about a week.
If you really wanted to take this kid-friendly drink up a couple of notches. You could make ice cube hands with food-safe gloves. Freezing plastic spiders or worms into ice cubes would make this even more fun for the kids.
Or even add in some food-grade dry ice for that smokey effect. I have never worked with dry ice before. So you may want to read up on the safest way to handle and use dry ice.
This Halloween punch recipe is great to make for a school party. Since it does make a lot of servings.
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Serve up this quick and easy Halloween punch at your next Halloween party. This punch can be made with or without alcohol making it great for kids as well as adults.
- 4 Quarts Cranberry Juice
- 2 Cups Pineapple Juice
- 12 Ounces Frozen Lemonade Concentrated thawed
- 4 Cups Ginger Ale
- 4 Cups Vodika optional~ see notes
Into the punch bowl add in all the ingredients. Stir.
You can either add ice into the punch or into the glasses when serving. Enjoy
Nutritional value doesn't include the vodka so the nutritional value will vary.
If you are looking to make this an adult punch then you can use either vodka or rum. I only added into my glass of punch a shot of vodka, that way the kids could enjoy the punch as well. You may need to adjust the amount of alcohol to taste. My calculations of the alcohol amount were based on the amount of punch this recipe yields.