3 Healthy Halloween Drink Recipes

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While it is undeniably easy to go the candy and Kool-Aid route when it comes to entertaining this holiday, healthy Halloween treats can actually be quite simple too.

Using the right props and presentation, there are tons of ways to wow your kids and friends come All Hallo’s Eve.

Today, I’ve got three healthy halloween drinks that take all of two minutes to prepare.

Not only are these drinks fun — they’re also packed with vitamins and nutrients. Each is made with 100% fruit and vegetable juice from Naked.

Thanks to their spooky presentation, they’re the perfect trick to get your candy-crazed kids to eat something other than chocolate. On the other hand, they make mean cocktail mixers too for adults. Wink, wink.

Enjoy.

Vampire Blood Punch

Healthy Halloween Drink Recipes

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Ingredients: 

Naked Juice (Pomegranate Blueberry or Bright Beets) + Plastic Eyeballs

Goblin Guts

Healthy Halloween Drink - Goblin Guts

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Ingredients:

Naked Juice Kale Blazer + a handful of kale for garnish (I don’t think your kids will be impressed enough to actually munch the kale).

Candy Corn Smoothie

Candy Corn Smoothie - Healthy Halloween Drinks

This one takes a little more work than the other two but it’s so worth it.

Candy Corn Smoothie - Healthy Halloween Drinks for Kids

Ingredients:

Layer 1: Naked Juice Chia Sweet Peach blended with frozen banana

Layer 2: Frozen pineapple + banana blended with unsweetened vanilla almond milk

Layer 3: Frozen banana blended with unsweetened vanilla almond milk

Directions:

Make each layer, one at a time in your blender and carefully pour, layer by layer, into a clear glass.

3 Healthy Halloween Drink Recipes

Weigh In: What healthy Halloween drinks or treats will you be making this holiday? If you have kids (or sweet-toothed husbands) – do you try to moderate their Halloween candy consumption?

*This post is sponsored by Naked but all opinions + ghoulish gulps are my own. 

Comments

  1. Beautiful presentation, Whitney! Good thing I have the ingredients on hand … 🙂
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  2. this is so fun and clever! love it. Pinning! and now i want to try them all!

    • Whitney English says:

      Thank you! Loving all your Halloween treat ideas too! I have to admit it’s my favorite holiday for themed cooking 🙂

  3. Very creative indeed! Love the eyeballs
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  4. Whoa! I have to look for the juice used for the punch–that red is gorgeous!
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  5. OMG, these drinks look so good and I would definitely try the candy corn one. I have always liked Naked juices and wish Halloween was a bigger deal in Europe. There’s definitely not a lot of people running around in costumes on the 31st.

    xoDale
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  6. Oh wow I LOVE these! I especially love the candy corn smoothie. I would definitely put in the effort to make that.
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  7. Thanks Whitney, they look awesome! My fav is the vampire blood punch, very scary 🙂
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