Pumkin Juice {How To} Perfect For Your Halloween Party


Halloween parties are my favorite.

I’ve found that it’s the little details that make all the difference and one of my favorite ways to have a spooktacular Halloween is to celebrate with Pumpkin Juice.  I first started making Pumpkin Juice after trying it at Harry Potter World at Universal Studios, Florida and since then, it’s been the hit of our Halloween parties.

Of course, I always dress up our pumpkin juice.  I’m convinced that my decorations are what make my Pumpkin Juice disappear faster than I can say Boo!

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You can easily make your individual pumpkin juice bottles look as festive as these. I just adore how easy they are to make!

First you’ll need to get your glass jars.  I got my glass jars from the $1 Spot at Target, but since the items found there are seasonal and come and go, your best bet is probably to buy Starbucks Frappucchino’s and use the jars they come in.

Next, you’ll use cheesecloth for the top of the jar and orange bakers twine to tie on the cheesecloth.

Paper party straws are a must along with flags on the straws.  Washi tape works great or you can use patterned paper!

Now, before you decorate the jars, you’ll need to fill them with juice.

Here are two Pumpkin Juice recipes to choose from:

1 ingredient pumpkin juice



1 Ingredient Pumpkin Juice Recipe

If time has gotten away from you and you don’t have time to make Pumpkin juice then keep things simple and use Sunkist soda.  It’s a crowd-pleaser and gets the job done.




Pumpkin juice

Pumpkin Juice Recipe

Now if you want to make an authentic pumpkin juice that is actually made from real pumpkin and natural ingredients, then you’ll want to try this recipe.  It’ll take a bit longer than cracking open a bottle of soda, but I guarantee you’ll love the results.


1/2 pumpkin, seeds, and stem removed, cut into cubes.

2 red apples

1/2 cup pineapple juice

1/2-inch piece ginger (if you don’t love the taste of ginger, use less or none at all)

1 tsp. honey


In a good juicer, juice pumpkin, apples, and ginger.

Pour juiced ingredients into the blender.  Add pineapple juice, honey, and ice to the mixture.  Blend.

Serve immediately.

What’s your favorite Halloween Party beverage?



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