It has a fruity flavor and you can dress it up with your favorite spooky decorations to delight guests of all ages this Halloween.
How to Make Halloween Mocktails
All it takes to make these spooky mocktails is a mixing bowl, a muddler and a few key ingredients. This is the same way I like to make all my fruity drinks. If you have a potato masher, that will do the trick!
Here's what to need to make blueberry Halloween mocktails:
Fresh blueberries and blackberries
Lemon juice. For a touch of brightness
Blueberry juice. I like to use RW Knudsen 100% blueberry juice.
Cinnamon. This adds a touch of fall-spiced flavor to the potion.
Agave. Feel free to use a different liquid sweetener if you like, such as honey or maple syrup.
Topping Ideas for Halloween Mocktails
The fun part comes when you're serving these blueberry blackberry drinks! Add spooky and festive toppings like:
Gummy spiders or worms
More fresh berries
Fresh herbs like rosemary or basil
Can I Make Blueberry Mocktails for a Crowd?
Sure! If you're serving these drinks to a big Halloween party, it's easy to scale the recipe up. Simply increase the ingredient amounts accordingly. No need to change anything in the recipe steps.
2cups organic blueberry juice(I love using RW Knudsen 100% Juice)
Pinch ofground cinnamon
¼cupfreshly-squeezed lemon juice
Edible Halloween decor (optional)
In a bowl, add the fresh blueberries, blackberries and lemon juice, mulling (crushing) everything together until fruit are fully broken down. Add in the water, blueberry juice, cinnamon and Agave and stir until well combined. NOTE: the mixture should look really dark in color.
To Make Mocktails: Add crushed ice to glass(es), Add 3-4 Tbsps of mulled blackberries/blueberries to bottom of glass, followed by ½ cup of mocktail liquid mixture until glasses are ¾ filled. For additional garnish, add fresh blackberries, blueberries, and a rosemary sprig. Repeat for every serving.
For a Halloween theme, add your favorite festive decor (i.e. edible eyeballs, spiders, etc.)
Sip and Enjoy!
Tips & Tricks
SWEETENER: Instead of Agave syrup, you can substitute with pure maple syrup, honey, or organic cane sugar as a syrup (sugar + water boiled over the stove top).