Fizzy Potion Halloween Punch

This post is sponsored by Sprouts Farmers Market. As always, all opinions, thoughts and recipes are my own.

Mix up Fizzy Potion Punch this October for a spooky and fun party sipper! This nonalcoholic Halloween drink makes a fun drink for kids and adults. Makes 1 drink, but can easily be turned into a Halloween punch bowl.

Love spooky drinks? Try Melting Monster Halloween Punch and Blood Orange Mocktail Mule!

Three glasses of Fizzy Potion Punch sit on a platter, surrounded by the ingredients

You know when you have a vision for something, but you can’t quite execute it?

That was this Halloween Punch recipe for me.

My friends at Sprouts Farmers Market asked if I’d be interested in making a fun Halloween recipe that fit into a color theme.

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    I said yes because I love a good theme. I also love anything and everything Halloween related.

    I was given the color purple and told to draw inspiration from cauldrons and potions. It’s like a twist on witches brew without added food coloring, sherbet or gummy worms!

    Why I love this recipe:

    This kid-friendly Halloween drink would be perfect to sip while trick or treating.

    It’s also the perfect drink to sip after while sorting through your candy stash!

    It’s would be awesome for a party, and I have a way you can transform this into a punch bowl recipe. More on that below.

    Basically, however you decide to serve this Halloween punch, it’s a fabulous and light recipe.

    (However, you won’t find whipped cream, apple cider or ginger ale in this drink, so if you’re looking for something with that, you’ll need to go elsewhere.)

    Other Halloween recipes that are perfect for a party: Halloween Funfetti CookiesCandy Corn MartiniPumpkin Spice Sugar CookiesHalloween Peanut Butter Chocolate White Chocolate Chip Cookies | Pumpkin Spice Kombucha Cocktail | Halloween Rice Krispie Treats

    Looking for a Halloween dish, but don’t know where to begin? Check out my Halloween recipe index.

    Ingredients for the punch recipe, on a marble background

    What you’ll need to make Fizzy Potion Punch

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    Let’s talk ingredients!

    In addition to the tools above, you’re going to need some ingredients to make this recipe, too! Chances are, you might already have some of them in your fridge or pantry. Scroll down to the recipe card for the full measurements and instructions.

    Here’s what you’ll need:

    • Lemon Sparkling Water — or your favorite flavor of sparkling water. I think lime would also be delicious here.
    • Unsweetened cranberry juice — this gives us the spooky color and also some tartness to balance out the grape juice
    • Concord grape juice — this stuff tastes like childhood, IMO, and it adds such a nice pop of sweetness
    • Frozen blackberries — these are for the garnish, and I love how spooky they look. That said, you could swap them with another frozen berry if you prefer those. These will keep our drinks cold without the need for ice cubes!

    This punch recipe is a little different than others you might see, but it’s a fun twist on a witches brew.

    I’ve also got Melting Monster Halloween Punch, if you’re in the market for a lime sherbet, lemon lime soda combination.

    If you are curious about a fun and unique sipper for Halloween, check out this Vampire’s Kiss Cocktail.

    Collage showing how to pour ingredients into Fizzy Purple Potion Punch

    How to make this Fizzy Potion Halloween Punch recipe

    First and foremost, purchase all your ingredients.

    Once home, make your drink!

    In a cocktail glass or a beaker, combine the Lemon Sparkling Water, cranberry juice and grape juice. Stir with a cocktail spoon.

    Add the frozen blackberries for garnish, and enjoy immediately.

    To make this Halloween Party Punch…

    If you want to turn this into a pitcher drink or a punch bowl, combine the following ingredients in your vessel of choice:

    • 28 oz. Sprouts Lemon Sparkling Water
    • 8 oz. cranberry juice
    • 16 oz. grape juice
    • 2 cups frozen blackberries

    You’ll need to serve it immediately once it’s mixed together!

    The final Fizzy Potion Halloween Punch, with the ingredients behind it

    Erin’s Easy Entertaining Tips

    This kid-friendly punch is perfect for Halloween party, in my opinion. The fizziness adds something extra and super spooky, too.

    Another thing I love about this punch is that it’s light and has no added sugar, like so many Halloween drinks. (Hey, there’s a time and a place, but I love a sipper that’s naturally sweetened.)

    We love sharing this Halloween drink with friends, and I’ve put together some tips and tricks for y’all below:

    • Turn your bar into a drink station. Print out the directions and measurements below for this Halloween punch. Set these out, and include all the ingredients with cups and measuring utensils. Let guests make their own throughout the night!
    • Make it a Halloween Punch Bowl. If you’re serving a lot of folks, make a pitcher! Mix the cranberry and grape juices, and chill. Chill the sparkling water, and add that and the frozen berries just before serving.
    • Spike it! If you’re not inviting kids to your Halloween gathering and you know your people will love a Halloween alcoholic punch, add spiced rum or vanilla vodka!
    Three purple potion drinks on a black plate with blackberries

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Can I use dry ice to make this punch extra spooky?

    You can use it to create a fog around your punch as it’s being served, but it is NOT safe to put dry ice in something you’re drinking!

    If you want to create a spooky dry ice fog, I suggest setting out a punch bowl near the pitcher of punch (or the punch station). Place the dry ice in the bowl carefully wearing gloves or with tongs, then pour hot water on top of it just before guests arrive. It’ll bubble and toil and add extra potion-y decoration to your drink table.

    Can I make this Halloween punch ahead of time?

    You can make part of it ahead of time! If you’re making it in a pitcher, chill everything in advance, and mix the grape and cranberry juices. Before guests arrive, pour in the sparkling water and the frozen berries.

    What flavor variations can I use?

    If you don’t like lemon sparkling water, lime would be a good substitute! You could also use orange, too.

    Can I add alcohol to this Fizzy Potion Halloween Punch?

    So long as you’re not serving it to kids, absolutely! I think vodka, spiced rum or even tequila would be delicious with the ingredients of this mocktail.

    Close up of a Fizzy Potion Halloween Punch, garnished with frozen blackberries and a paper straw

    Other Halloween party recipe ideas:

    If you’re hosting a party this year, here are a few favorite Halloween recipes you could serve alongside this potion:

    Now who wants to make this fun drink?

    Close up of a Fizzy Potion Halloween Punch, garnished with frozen blackberries and a paper straw

    Fizzy Potion Halloween Punch

    Erin Parker, The Speckled Palate
    Mix up Fizzy Potion Halloween Punch this October for a spooky and fun party sipper! This mocktail makes a fun Halloween drink for kids and adults.
    4.43 from 38 votes
    Servings 1 drink
    Calories 114 kcal
    Prep Time 5 minutes
    Total Time 5 minutes


    • 3 ½ oz. Sprouts Lemon Sparkling Water
    • 1 oz. cranberry juice unsweetened
    • 2 oz. grape juice
    • ¼ cup frozen blackberries for garnish

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    • In a glass, pour in the cranberry and grape juices.
    • Drizzle the Sprouts Lemon Sparkling Water on top of the juices, and stir.
    • Add the frozen blackberries, and enjoy immediately.


    Make this a pitcher drink! Combine the following in a pitcher, and serve immediately:
    • 28 oz. Sprouts Lemon Sparkling Water
    • 8 oz. cranberry juice
    • 16 oz. grape juice
    • 2 cups frozen blackberries
    Spike it! This mocktail would be delicious with added booze, like vodka, spiced rum or even tequila, if you're hosting a Halloween gathering for adults only.


    Serving: 1gCalories: 114kcalCarbohydrates: 26gProtein: 6gFat: 1gPolyunsaturated Fat: 1gSodium: 15mgFiber: 6gSugar: 16g
    Keyword drinks, Halloween cocktail, Halloween mocktail, Halloween recipe, mocktails, nonalcoholic drink, punch
    Course Mocktails & Nonalcoholic Drinks
    Cuisine American
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    About the Author:

    Erin Parker is a Southern gal living in Texas with her husband and two daughters. She started The Speckled Palate to share what she was cooking as a newlywed… and over the years, it’s evolved to capture her love for hosting. Specifically, the EASIEST, lowest key entertaining because everyone deserves to see their people and connect over good food. Learn more about her

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    1. My family really enjoyed this! I was so happy to find a recipe that fit in with the theme of Halloween, but wasn’t unhealthy. I felt good about giving this to my kids.

      1. I’m so happy to hear this recipe worked for you and yours, Heather! Your review made me smile. My kids love this one, too, and it’s always nice to have an option like this for kids. 🙂 I hope y’all get some good use out of this recipe for years to come.

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