Costumes, candy, scary movie marathons… there’s so much to love about Halloween. And with these frighteningly good cocktail recipes, it’s pretty much the best holiday ever. If you’re stuck on what to serve for your Halloween party or small pumpkin-carving get-together, we’ve conjured up our favorite Halloween-inspired cocktail recipes from Pinterest that you need to try ASAP.
Wanna make a creepy sips and snacks that look like a million bucks with minimal effort? Get some cutters, pans and molds, stat! This skull mold (along with delicious Empress gin and some blue butterfly pea powder) for this Ghoul At Heart recipe takes this drink to the next level.
When it comes to Halloween-inspired cocktails, this dreamy, shimmery beauty is one for the books! With vodka, blackberries, pearl luster and more, this Flavor Bender recipe is one you’ll wanna make all year.
This delicious mezcal margarita recipe from True Love + Coffee comes together in just three ingredients, so you can save time whipping up drinks and focus on adding the finishing touches to that costume.
‘Tis the season to enjoy all things apple, so take advantage of these yummy flavors with this rum-forward, cinnamon-sweet cocktail! Recipe via Burrata and Bubbles.
Want to try something other than pumpkin or apple? You’ll love this vanilla-forward cocktail recipe from Pineapple & Coconut! It’s creamy, coconutty and extra tasty, and easily multiplied into a punch bowl!
This moody cocktail from A Full Living is the ultimate creepy-chic sip. Activated charcoal and blueberries give it its moody hue, while bright lemon juice, muddled basil leaves and diet ginger beer add extra refreshing points.
This recipe from Smart Schoolhouse will have all your party guests talking! It’s just as fun to make as it is to drink, and it can even be made kid-friendly by swapping out the champagne for sparkling cider.
If you’re as obsessed with espresso martinis as we are, then this recipe from A Magical Mess needs to be at the top of your Halloween-inspired cocktail recipes! Our favorite part? The melty candy corn rim!
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Allison Wheeler is a writer, Bruce Springsteen enthusiast, and sixth-generation Texan living in Denton, Texas.