Kid-Friendly Witches’ Brew Halloween Punch

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Bubble bubble toil and trouble. I have a delicious recipe to fill your cauldron this Halloween. Hehehehehe. (Read in a cackling witches voice.) If you need a Halloween punch for an upcoming party, this kid-friend Witches’ Brew is sure to put a spell on your guests. It is a delicious mix of sweet and sour in a delightfully festive green potion. 

Kid-Friendly Witches Brew
I am so excited about how this concoction turned out, I just know the kids are going to be delighted with it at our annual Halloween block party. Before the Trick or Treating begins, the families get together to show off their costumes, eat little dinner, play a few games and take a lot of pictures. And this year my Witches Brew will make an appearance.

I have a feeling it will be met with a mix of, “Ewww” and squeals wanting to try the green juice. After all, it is meant to look creepy. But look beyond the green because this punch is tasty too! 


I mixed up a kid-friendly Witches’ Brew for my clan, but if you wanted to punch things up you could add vodka to the mix. Perhaps dye one pitcher green for the kids (green means go) and one red for the adults (red means stop). Just a little party tip.

Witches’ Brew

Halloween Punch Witches Brew

  • 2 bottles of sparkling apple cider
  • 4 cups of pineapple juice
  • 4 oz lime juice (one small bottle)
  • 2 packets Sweet ‘N Low
  • Green food coloring

Halloween Witches Brew

In a large pitcher combine pineapple juice, lime juice and Sweet ‘N Low. Then pour in sparkling apple cider — this will create a nice froth on top, which is pretty for serving. 

Add drops of green food coloring a few at a time until desired color is reached.

Garnish Witches’ Brew glasses with gummy worms and serve. 

Witches Brew Sweet N Low
We all know the kids (and the adults) will get plenty of sugar on Halloween zero-calorie Sweet ‘N Low sweetens the sour lemon juice without adding more sugar calories. And it only takes two packets to give you that sweet and sour taste that makes this Witches’ Brew a delightful Halloween punch.

Follow Sweet ‘N Low on Pinterest for more recipe ideas. 


  1. Hi Jen! I love how acid green you got this! Looks great. So many great Halloween ideas! Cheers.

  2. This looks so fun (and tasty)! I can’t wait for my son to get a little older so I can start making special holiday treats like this for him! Pinning for sure! Thanks so much for sharing this with us at Merry Monday! 🙂

  3. This is so fun – my girls would love it! Thanks for sharing with us at Dream. Create. Inspire. Link. Can’t wait to see your links next week!

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