Kid-Friendly Halloween Party Sangria Recipe

Since Halloween is a kid friendly holiday, I decided to develop a non-alcoholic version of a Halloween sangria for the kiddies.

Please just make sure, if you have both an alcoholic and non-alcoholic version of sangria available at your Halloween festivities, that you put the two drinks far apart. Make it clear which is for adults only! You wouldn't want to have any confusion here.


2 2-liter bottles Red Ginger Ale
15oz Cranberry juice
1 cup peeled green grapes

While Sangria is traditionally about wine and brandy, here's a non-alcoholic version for the kiddies. Mix the ginger ale and cranberry juice. Add in the peeled grapes, and refrigerate overnight.

Serve the next day from a large punch bowl. Tell the kids that the peeled grapes are eyeballs, to go with the Halloween theme! The red liquid can be something equally icky, say blood, or maybe just "bug juice" if the kids are little.

For even more fun, toss in some Glowing Ice Cubes!! I love these things, I have them in all colors. Every time I have a party with the glowing ice cubes, a few leave with my guests.

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