Halloween is almost here, so it’s time to get excited. If you’re planning a party, the pressure to have the best food and drink spread for everyone attending is totally on. I’m not much of a drinker, so I typically go for the mocktails. If you don’t have any non-alcoholic drinks planned for your Halloween party this year, don’t fret. There are a ton of tasty Halloween punch without alcohol tutorials you can prepare for anyone who doesn’t want to drink. Remember, alcoholic drinks are not necessary to monster mash the night away.

You’ll have a fun time telling your main girls to come over early and help you get creative in the kitchen. Serving drinks out of a big black cauldron is always fun for additional decor at your bash. Whether you make a punch with alcohol or not, there’s always room to think about extra things you can add to your beverage to make it spookier and more exciting. Candy eyeballs, anyone? How about gummy fangs? Needless to say, have yourself some witches brew that everyone of all ages can enjoy with these eight non-alcoholic Halloween punch recipes. They’re all super simple, and they’re actually probably a lot cheaper than going to the liquor store. So, you’re saving time money. Your wallet will seriously appreciate it. So, grab some punch, and cheers to a thrilling night.

1. Excuse Me, But There’s A Hand In This Punch

Have you ever been scooping out some punch at a Halloween party, and noticed a fake floating hand? Me either, but now your guests can experience that with this downright spooky recipe. The gelatine hand will surely scare the hell out of them.

2. A Witches Brew In Five-Minutes Or Less

If you’re in a last-minute crunch to throw something together, this recipe is quick, easy, and looks super cool. The combination of sherbet, frozen limeade, and ginger ale creates a foamy look that really adds something eerie to your punch. Add in the dry ice, and you’re set to go.

3. A Ghoulishly Green Punch

This recipe is bubbly and green. Sounds appetizing for all the ghosts and ghouls out there, amiright? This punch may look a tad on the spookier side, but it tastes amazing. The lychee eyeball garnishes are the cherry topping to this Halloween beverage.

4. Martha Stewart-Approved Halloween Punch

As long as you use non-alcoholic ginger beer, this recipe works. I mean, we all want to throw a Halloween party that would make Martha Stewart proud. Plus, this punch has a floating face and hand which really ups the ante, and Bette Midler is obviously wonderful in this tutorial.

5. These Ice Cubes Are Legit Staring At Me

This recipe has two ingredients, so it’s one of the simplest punches to put together. Each one of these recipes on the list has something extra to make it oh-so-spook-tacular, and that’s what these ice cube eyeballs do. They take this punch to another level with something frightful.

6. Bubbly Potion, Anyone?

This mocktail is basically just green Sprite, but adding some Nerds to the bottom of each drink makes for a colorful, fizzy garnish. This video also features several recipes for delicious Halloween treats you can add to the snack table. So, if you’re looking for something to munch on while drinking your brew, this video has you covered.

7. We’re Here For The Colors Of The Candy Corn Rainbow

There are a few drinks in this video you can make. Some of them are alcoholic, but there are two non-alcoholic recipes to try your hand at. The first of the non-alcoholic drinks is a candy corn-looking punch that’s super Instagram-worthy, especially if candy corn is one of your fave holiday treats.

8. Bring On The Fog And Gummy Worms

We’ve seen recipes that include things like eyeballs, fake hands, and a fake face floating in them, but here comes all the gummy worms. If you pair this yummy drink with some pudding dirt cups, it will be a dream combination for any gummy lover. Sip up!

Read more: http://elitedaily.com/life/non-alcoholic-halloween-punches/2078888/

Wicked witch Halloween punch recipe video

For a wicked refreshment at your Halloween party, make this punch! Find the recipe here: http://allrecipes.co.uk/recipe/33189/wicked-witch-halloween-punch.aspx

A Halloween party isn't complete without a terrifying tipple. This Halloween punch is easy to make and will shock your guests! The frozen hand is made with gelatine, which means it won't melt to nothing by the time your guests arrive.

But this punch isn't just scary to look at, it tastes good, too! The homemade cinnamon-ginger syrup is delicious and you can add as much or as little as you like to get the perfect balance. A dark red juice, such as pomegranate, is a good choice, but you could easily use something just as dark - such as a dark grape juice or even Ribena.

Find this Halloween recipe and loads more on Allrecipes.co.uk, the UK and Ireland's largest online community of home cooks:

http://allrecipes.co.uk/recipe/33189/wicked-witch-halloween-punch.aspx

TIPS:

-- To ensure the hand melts as little as possible, and that your punch is as refreshing as possible, chill the components of the punch in the fridge before adding to the punch bowl

-- You can use powdered gelatine instead of gelatine leaves to make the frozen hand. Simply use 14g of powdered gelatine

-- Instead of using just one hand in the punch bowl, you could make two or three extra for an even freakier effect!

-- If you want the look of dry ice, you can set the punch bowl in a larger container and then add chunks of dry ice to the bigger container, using tongs. This allows you to create that creepy mist without putting dry ice directly into the punch, which can be dangerous, as dry ice should never be ingested. When you're ready to create some magic, simply pour some hot water over the dry ice

-- Easily make this punch child friendly by omitting the alcohol. You can always add the rum or vodka to individual glasses instead