Spooky Mocktails for Halloween | All the Boos without the Booze

mocktails for Halloween
October 25, 2021

Get all the boos without the booze! Check out these spooky mocktails for Halloween—no alcohol required.

Caramel Apple Mocktail 


2 oz warm caramel sauce

7 oz apple cider

7 oz ginger beer 

Cinnamon stick and apple slice for garnish


Pour the warm caramel into your glass, then top with apple cider and ginger beer.


Garnish with cinnamon stick and apple slice. 

Bonus: Use some caramel sauce and colored sugar for the rim! 

Dip the rim of the glass in the sauce, then dip it in the demerara sugar.

Spooky mocktail punch

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Recipe source and more details


425g can lychees

225g jar cocktail cherries

15 raisins

1 liter carton blueberry, blackberry, or purple grape juice, chilled

1 liter carton cherry or cranberry juice, chilled

1 liter sparkling water, chilled

*You’ll also need disposable gloves 


Rinse the disposable gloves and fill each with water. Tie a knot in the top of each as you would a balloon, or use a tight bag clip to hold the opening closed. Freeze overnight.

Drain the lychees and cocktail cherries, saving the juices separately. Push a raisin into one end of each cherry, then push the cherries into the lychees to make “eyeballs.”

Pour all of the juices, plus the reserved lychee and cherry juices, into a large bowl with the “eyeballs.” Carefully peel the gloves from the ice hands, add to the punch, then top up with the sparkling water.

Hocus Pocus Mocktail


2 cups orange juice

1 cup sparkling water or tonic of your choice 

Juice of 1 lemon

¼ cup honey

2 drops red food coloring

5 drops yellow food coloring 


In a medium saucepan, bring the orange juice, lemon juice, and honey to a boil.

Reduce to a simmer and add food coloring. 

Simmer for 2-3 minutes then remove from heat. 

Pour mixture into spooky glasses of your choice and top with sparkling water or tonic.

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