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Spooky Halloween mocktails for kids!

Written by Jenna Johnston

If you’re looking for a Halloween party treat,
Why not try one of these mocktails, they’re really sweet!
From caramel apple, blood lemonade and one just like a spooky ghoul,
These perfect mocktails for Halloween are just so cool!

Whether you’re planning a Halloween party or just want a spooky treat, why not try out these Halloween inspired mocktails!

Moonrise mocktail

Ingredients:

150ml orange juice
green liquid food colouring
2 tbsp grenadine
jelly snakes

Method:

Mix the orange juice with some drops of green liquid food colouring. Then, pour it into a tall glass filled with ice. Next, pour the grenadine down the side of the glass so it sinks to the base. To decorate, place some jelly snakes hanging on the glass!

Blood lemonade with floating teeth

Ingredients:

1litre sugar-free lemonade
350g frozen raspberries
ice cubes
16 jelly teeth sweets

Method:

First, combine the raspberries and lemonade in a bowl and set aside for 20 minutes. Once the liquid has turned red, strain the raspberries out and pour the liquid into a large jug. Next, pour into glasses and top the rest up with lemonade. Make sure to add the jelly teeth for decoration!

Boo-nilla milkshakes

Ingredients:

dark chocolate
vanilla ice cream
milk
whipped cream for the top (optional)

Method:

To make the milkshake, simply do 3 parts vanilla ice-cream and one part milk and blend together. Take your glass and with melting dark chocolate, draw a face on the side of the glass. Then, pour in your milkshake and top with whipped cream!

Caramel apple mocktail

Ingredients:

30ml caramel sauce, warmed
200ml apple cider
200ml ginger beer

Method:

If you like, you can dip your glass in caramel sauce to rim the glass! Then pour the warm caramel sauce in the glass. Next, pour in the apple cider and ginger beer and stir until well combined and enjoy!

Polyjuice potion

Ingredients:

28oz lime sherbet
2-litre lemon-lime soda
2-litre ginger ale
green food colouring
whipped cream

Method:

First, grab a large bowl and scoop in the lime sherbet. Then, pour in the lemon-lime soda and ginger ale. If you would like the drink to be more green, add some food colouring! Finally, serve in glasses and add whipped cream.

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