Put a spell on your guests with these boo-zy and non-alcoholic brews.
Black Magic Margaritas
Something wicked this way comes — we're talking about this mysterious marg, of course.
Swamp Thing Halloween Cocktail
Blend up this eerie twist on a classic Bloody Mary to serve for an on-theme Halloween brunch.
Drunken Peanut Butter Cups
Put that Halloween candy to good use.
Black Charcoal Lemonade Halloween Cocktail
A sprinkle of activated charcoal dresses up this childhood favorite for Halloween. Add a splash of vodka if you want to make this drink a little deadly.
Blackberry Sage Margarita
Light some sage on fire to give this drink a smoky finish, if you feel so inclined.
Apricot Bourbon Brew
Garnish this party potion the Halloween way by painting orange peel strips with black gel food coloring.
Blood Orange and Blackberry Rum Punch
Make hosting easier by serving a party-size batch of this dark-colored punch.
Halloween Vodka Jello Shots
After you finish making breakfast muffins, use your mini muffin tin to create these vodka jello shots.
Glowing Jello Shots
Even when you're in disguise, your friends won't be able to loose you with these glow-in-the-dark layered shots.
Wait until you see how easy it is to make this intricate spider web with toothpicks.
Purple People Eater Cocktail
Because you're going to need something to take the edge off when the scary movies start to play.
Scour the shelves at your local liquor stores until you find black vodka — yep, it exists. Then throw in some edible glitter to make it a drink fit for the festivities.
Think of these frothy drinks as the Casper of the cocktail world: appropriate for all ages.
Since you'll want these spooky faces to be temporary, use a dry-erase market instead of a permanent one.