All your favorite witches, goblins, and ghouls are sure to love these spooky non-alcoholic Halloween punch recipes! They’re perfect if you need a simple but festive alcohol-free beverage for Halloween parties, pumpkin carving, scary movie nights, or whenever you want to get your spooky on.
While it’s no secret I enjoy a glass of wine or spiked punch, I always make a point to provide a non-alcoholic punch for the kids and friends or family who don’t drink.
These spooktacular punch recipes can all be whipped up in small or big batches, and are so easy to make. And when I say easy, I mean SCARILY easy. Most of the punches only require 4 ingredients or less, so you can be festive without breaking the bank or spending all day on a recipe!
On the below list, you can expect punches with…
Bright bloody red
Thick, mud-like concoctions
Melting witches and monsters
Glow in the dark hands
These are just to name a few! So whether you want a bubbling witch’s brew or foaming potion, there’s a fun alcohol-free Halloween punch for all your spooky season needs 🙂
And as always, to make an “adult” version of any of these recipes, just add in vodka, rum, or your spirit of choice!
So with all that said, let’s check out these eerie-sistible non-alcoholic Halloween punch recipes!
This blood red punch is as creepy as it is tasty! The main ingredient is cherry juice, and from there you just need a few spices (cinnamon, ginger, & clove), orange peels, and a red chili pepper. Simmer it all together, throw in the fridge till chilled, and you have yourself an easy, dracu-licious drink.
Looking for a super simple, spooky Halloween punch? Let me give you a hand...
Bad jokes aside, this punch is beyond easy to make and the hand shaped ice cubes make it absolutely perfect for Halloween. Did I mention the hands also glow in the dark!?
The punch is a blend of juices (apple, cranberry, orange, and red grape) and the glowing hand ice cubes are made with tonic water and vinyl gloves. This is clever since the quinine in tonic water makes it glow bright blue when put under a blacklight.
To make them glow, just turn off the lights, set up a blacklight, and watch as they turn a dazzlingly eerie fluorescent blue.
No horns or eyes in this punch, but this shade of neon purple could only exist in the world of monsters, ghouls, and goblins! It's sure to impress adults and thrill the kids with its unworldly neon purple color.
Ingredients are grenadine, blue gatorade, Sprite, lemon juice, and violet food coloring to give it its festive hue.
This witch's brew gets its bubbly, foamy texture and smoke effect from dry ice. While this is a fun ingredient that really makes your punch bubble, you don't want to ingest it or you'll run into trouble! To avoid any accidents, it's best to add the dry ice in one large block.
Other ingredients are ginger ale, lemon juice, pineapple juice, and lime sherbet. Serve in a cauldron and everyone will know who's the baddest witch on the block!
This Halloween punch focuses less on being spooky and more on delicious fall flavors. It's beautiful in a glass and not overly sweet, so it's perfect if you need a classy, elevated non-alcoholic punch for a party.
The base of the punch is apple cider, and you also need cranberry juice, orange seltzer, cherry juice, and chopped fruits for garnish. So it's basically a wickedly tasty, non-alcoholic sangria!
Here's another punch inspired by everyone's favorite Halloween movie that's a bit more kid-friendly! You make it by putting sherbet and berry puree on top of one another to give it a fun purple and orange layered visual effect.
If the Sanderson sisters were hosting a party, you know this would be on the menu!
Your friends and family won't be able to resist this poison apple punch! My favorite part of this recipe is the creepy apple skulls and gummy worms. So cute while also being a bit gross, which is everything I want in a Halloween punch!
Since it's a poison apple punch, it's of course chock full of apple flavor and made with apple cider, sparkling apple cider, and ginger beer.
You can't have Halloween without pumpkins, and this recipe shows they're good for more than just carving!
Not only is this punch full of pumpkin flavor thanks to the addition of pumpkin puree, but it's also served directly out of a hallowed out pumpkin. It'd be a spooktacular centerpiece for a party, and it's delicious to boot.
Even if you aren't a fan of this classic Halloween candy, you'll still love this punch since it looks like candy corn but tastes more like an orange creamsicle! The orange layer is orange Fanta, the yellow layer comes from pineapple tidbits, and the white layer is whipped cream.
Those are the only three ingredients you need to make this adorable drink, so it's an easy punch that won't add any stress to party planning and the kids will go crazy for!
This creative punch recipe was made with cold trick-or-treating nights in mind. I love the idea of a hot punch to warm up with between trick-or-treating rounds, but you can also make it ahead and serve it chilled if you'd prefer.
You just need three ingredients to make it: Red Hawaiian Punch, Ginger Ale, and Red Hot candies. So it's fruity, a little spicy, and bloody delicious!
We already have a melting witch punch, so why not have a melting monster punch too!? This is another adorable punch the kids will love to assemble and drink.
To make it, you add lemon lime soda to a bowl or cup, then scoop some lime sherbet on top and garnish with candy eyeballs. Set up a station where people can make their own melted monster in a cup and it's certain to be a graveyard smash!
Every fan of Harry Potter knows that Polyjuice Potion -- the potion that can turn you into someone (or something) else -- isn't supposed to be pretty. It's thick, mud-like, and a ghastly color of brownish green, so it's safe to say this punch is just how Hermione would've made it.
To achieve its brackish color and thick texture, combine pineapple juice, cranberry apple juice, lemon lime soda, and lime sherbet in a punch bowl. Garnish with eyeballs or plastic spiders, and enjoy this terrifyingly tasty punch!
Be careful with this punch -- your kids might start thinking "radioactive" is synonymous with "delicious"! It's also devilishly simple and only requires four ingredients: pineapple juice, mango juice, orange juice, and sparkling water.
To make it extra festive and spooky, be sure to add green icing "slime" and sprinkles around the rim!
This punch gets its electric green color from rainbow sherbet and lime gelatin mix. To make it bubble and smoke, the author ingeniously puts a small piece of dry ice in a tea infuser and pops it directly into the drink. So it's 100% safe and you still get the show-stopping visual effect of a spooky potion!
Since this is a zombie themed punch, it's also recommended to top it off with a syringe of raspberry syrup for a creepy floating blood effect. Perfect for zombies of all ages!
What makes this punch so spooky is how it evolves overtime from a brackish orange and blue hue to black. The orange and blue come from blue and orange soda, and the black comes from black food dye.
This is another drink that would be best for a "make your own punch" station. That way, the kids and adults can customize their perfect halloween punch with different garnishes (icing and sprinkle rim, gummy worms, etc) and watch as the drink slowly turns colors after adding in the black dye.
Wishing you all a spooky, fun, and safe Halloween!