Easy Halloween cocktails that will have you feeling festive in no time

Easy Halloween cocktails

Happy Halloween! I love Halloween. I love everything about it. Halloween movies, dressing up, carving pumpkins – it’s all so much fun. Especially now that Emmylou is two and understands a bit better what is going on. We had a weekend full of Halloween fun leading up to today. On Saturday night Zach and I had a Halloween party to go to so we had someone come and do really cool skeleton make-up on us. Then we dressed up super fancy (him in a suit and me in a gown and fur) to channel a fancy skeleton couple attending a fancy ball, which is kind of what we were doing, so it was perfect! Emmylou stayed at her grand-parents, so we slept in on Sunday, then had bagels and lox for breakfast. Pretty much a perfect morning. After we picked up Emmylou, we made crowns to go with her costume (she’s bring a princess, and so are Zach and I… we all made pink ones.. haha). I also whipped up these super healthy mini pumpkin cheesecakes to have after trick-or-treating (I won’t let her have any candy because I’m a very mean mom… so I made these so she can still have something special).

Now on to these cocktails! I’ve been doing a Halloween cocktail series on Instagram the past few weeks, and this post is a round-up of all of the drinks in the series. They are all easy to make, with simple ingredients, and super tasty! If you’r looking for a creepy cocktail to enjoy while handing out candy this evening, you’ve come to the right place! I’m probably going to go with a Pumpkin Spice Martini myself because they are seriously so delicious… It’s like 9 am but I kind of wish I had one now actually… It is a holiday after all… And tomorrow is November! Which kind of makes me want to hibernate. Seriously, wasn’t it July yesterday? Anyway, Happy Halloween, happy (almost) November, and I hope you all are celebrating the day with candy and cocktails!

Easy Halloween cocktails

Caramel Apple


1 ounce vodka
1 ounce butterscotch liquor
4 ounces apple juice
Caramel sauce
Graham crackers

Dip rim of glass in caramel sauce, then into crushed up graham crackers. Fill with ice. Add remaining ingredients to martini shaker, shake, then pour into glass.

Easy Halloween cocktails

A Very Berry Bloodbath


Sparkling wine

Muddle two raspberries, the drop into champagne flute. Fill with sparkling wine, then top with a splash of Chambord.

Easy Halloween cocktails

Pumpkin Spice Martini With Whisky Cream

1 oz whisky
2 oz cream (half and half)
1 tbsp maple syrup
½ tbsp pumpkin puree
Pinch pumpkin pie spice

Whisk cream and pumpkin puree until smooth. Add all ingredients to martini shaker, shake, then strain into martini glass.

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