Halloween is loved not only by adults but also by kids, too. If you are planning to organize a gorgeous kids’ Halloween party, you’ll need cool decor, creepy food and drinks. We’ve already shared some Halloween ideas you can go for, and today we are telling you what delicious and spooky drinks you can DIY for your children.
Indulgent pumpkin pie malt + Graham Cracker crust is everything you are hoping it will be and more! Tastes exactly like pumpkin pie with whipped cream and a graham cracker “crust.” Indulgent is an understatement.
This raw vegan pumpkin spice milkshake tastes like dessert, but it’s a complete meal! With raw foods, you will finally be getting all the deliciously sweet ripe fruit the body craves, and the sweet tooth, over time, will finally stop asking you for unhealthy sweets. What freedom!
Craving candy? Try this healthy peanut butter cup smoothie instead. It’s a guilt-free treat. The base for the smoothie is frozen bananas but with the chocolate and peanut butter powder in it, you don’t even taste it. It really just turns into a neutral base.
Harry Potter Polyjuice potion! According to the Harry Potter books, this is a complicated and strong potion, and upon consumption of this potion an individual can assume the appearance of anyone they want, as long as they have a part of that person’s body like hair. Make it for Halloween and scary everyone!
This is goblin smoothie! Add a bit of extra milk to the pudding package gives it a smoothie texture, yet it is thick enough to float the Halloween garnish on top. The classic flavor means that it will be a hit with a wide audience, and the ghoulish garnish will be funny.
A spooky, dark fruit punch made with juicy blackberries and black grapes, perfect for the little goblins on Halloween Day! This is such a simple but delicious drink and a great alternative to anything vile that gets marketed as “grape juice” in the market. You can dress up the drinks with skewered blackberries.
Are you ready for a healthy Halloween treat, maybe even some witch magic? Perhaps a roasted pumpkin and chocolate potion to unlock all the gooey and creepy treats? If so, try this quick, and beautiful Halloween treat that allows you to control ingredients. You can make chocolate pudding yourself with whole cow or goat milk or a nut milk for a dairy-free version or use a store-bought one.
If you need a healthy yet spooky drink for the kids’ party, here it is! Avocados and bananas blended with frozen unsweetened almond milk cubes. You can use almond milk, soy milk, coconut milk or even regular milk. If you want, you could blend in a small handful of pistachios as well.
This is a perfect drink for a Harry Potter inspired party. Felix Felicis, also known as liquid luck, is a golden concoction that enables the drinker to be successful in everything they pursue. This Felix Felicis juice recipe won’t guarantee you magical luck, but it will certainly make you feel refreshed and ready to take on whatever challenges lie ahead in your day. The flavor starts off fresh with bright citrus notes, ending with an invigorating kick of ginger.
This pumpkin spice white hot chocolate was perfect with our breakfast. It takes less than 10 minutes to make, plus includes a little vegetable! Top off the mugs with whipped cream and a pinch of pumpkin pie spice. You can also add mini marshmallows or grated white chocolate or all of the above.
These vampire apple pie shakes were not only easy to make and delicious, they were creepy and perfect to kick off the weekend full of Halloween festivities! Your kids will be delighted!