Halloween Glasses – Spooky Stemware!

Lolita Pumpkin Potion Martini Glass

When you’re celebrating Halloween why not celebrate it in style with your own Halloween glassware?

I love collecting different glasses to use for different holidays and Halloween has a great collection of stemware available from cocktail glasses to juice tumblers there’s a glass just made for you 🙂

I must admit that my favorite holiday glassware maker is Lolita as they not only have fun designs on their glasses, but they also contain cocktail recipes which add to a little fun.

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Halloween Cocktail Glasses

Hauntingly Great Stemware for Halloween Parties

I love having Halloween cocktails, but you could use just your usual cocktails and serve them in one of these delightful Halloween decorated glasses in order to make a statement at your Halloween event.

 Santa Barbara Design Studio GLS4-5527A Lolita Love My Martini Glass, Spider Cider Lolita Love My Martini Glass, Wicked Witch the 5th Lolita Martini Glass Glasses Halloween Candy Corn New Witches Stew Halloween Martini Glass Lolita Love My Martini Glass, Bloodshot Lolita Martini Glass Spooky Juice Ghost Halloween New Wicked Witch Halloween Martini Glass Lolita Love My Martini Glass, Witches Party Lolita Martini Glass Wicked Witch, The 3rd Retired – Wine Martini New Love GLS4-5575T


Halloween Wine Glasses

Spooky and Kooky Halloween Stemware

Sometimes you have guests who don’t want to drink cocktails or try any of your non-alcoholic Witches Brew, yes I’m talking about wine and beer drinkers. If you’re serving wine at your Halloween party or dinner or whatever type of Halloween celebration you’re hosting then you’ll need to use one of these Halloween inspired wine glasses –

 Lolita Halloween Witches Party Wine Glass Lolita Love My Wine Glass, Halloween Diva Lolita Love My Wine Glass, Halloween Party Lolita Lolita Halloween Pumpkin Potion Wine Glass Lolita Halloween 2011, Shooter, Mummy Retired – Wine Martini New Love Lolita Halloween Wine Glass The Witch is Back New Gift Santa Barbara Design Studio GLS11-5527A Lolita Love My Wine Hand Painted Glass, Bite Me Lolita Love My Wine Glass, Miss Mummy



Halloween Beer Glasses

Drink Beer in Style This Halloween!

If you enjoy a beer or two then your concession to Halloween can be serving them up in some spooky glasses like the mummy pilsner or a boneyard stein –

 Mummy Halloween Pilsner Glass Lolita Gotta Love Beer Pilsner Glass, Ghost Tour Lolita Gotta Love Beer Pilsner Glass, Haunted forest Lolita Gotta Love Beer Pilsner Glass, Happy Halloween


Halloween Shot Glasses

Now shots aren’t always a great idea, but they sure seem like one when you’re at a party!! There are two ways to have fun Halloween shots the first one is to get organized beforehand and make some Halloween jelly shots made which are great fun for the non-squeamish!! The second way is to use some of these sensational Halloween shot glasses.

 Lolita Hand Painted Shooter Glass, Bloodshot 3 Pack Of Skull Shots Lolita Crazy Bones Shooter Crystal Skull Pirate Shot Glass Drink Cocktail Beer Cup 1 package. Lolita Halloween Green Spider Party Shots Shot Glass Lolita Hand-Painted Shooter Glass, Mummy



Halloween Cocktails

Perfect for Halloween Glassware

Here are a lot of cool drink ideas for your next Halloween party – three’s even some non-alcoholic Halloween cocktail recipes –

Halloween Cocktails

Halloween Tumblers

When it comes to serving other drinks including drinks for children at the party then tumblers are a great way to go. These tumblers are decorated for Halloween and are sure to be a hit –

 Funworld Halloween 6 Cool Gear Insulated Chiller Tumbler Cup with Halloween Graphics (TRICK OR TREAT – Cup #2) Clear Square 12 oz. Premium Plastic Cups Pack of 14 Halloween Plastic Tumblers 12 Oz. 3 Pack (48 Pieces) NW Party Northwest Enterprises 20 Count Soft Plastic Printed Party Cups, 12-Ounce, Halloween


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Halloween Cake Special

There are delicious cake ideas for every season, but some of the most creative ones seem to come out at Halloween.

I do love cakes decorated with spiders, ghosts, witches and graveyards, especially if they taste wickedly delicious {{insert evil laugh}}.   Today I thought I should start thinking about Halloween again as it’s June already and the summer months do tend to race by.   With this in mind I surfed the net looking for some cool Halloween cakes – I hope you enjoy looking at these as much as I did.


Halloween Spider Cup Cake

Isn’t this spider cupcake delicious looking – I think using the orange icing just makes that big, black spider really ‘pop’.

But wait there’s more spidery goodness coming up with this ugly looking spider ……. bite him before he can bite you!


Spider Cake

Now that’s what I call a scary looking spider cake – don’t you think?

If you’re all spidered out how about some Ghostly Goodness?


halloween Cake

I think this cake looks really cute and would go down really well for a child’s Halloween cake.

But wait, what’s a few ghosts without a house for them to live in –


haunted house Halloween cake

I just love this haunted house cake it’s cute and fun and looks like it would taste absolutely delicious.

If you want one that looks a little more evil (and is chocolate, always a bonus!) then you’ll love this next one –


death by chocolate

Of course a great thing about Halloween cakes is that you can also get Halloween cupcakes (yes I do realize that the first cake I showed was a cupcake).   I love, love, love cupcakes so I decided to leave the last couple of pictures to some delicious Halloween cupcakes.   Check them out here –


Brains and Ghosts Mummy Cupcakes

Until next time, start making your Halloween plans early this year and make your Halloween the best ever.

Gluten Free Halloween Treats

I was reading a post on the Spooky Recipes the other day where the author was talking about Gluten Free Halloween treats and I thought what a great idea.   I’m very lucky in that I don’t have to worry about gluten free products in my household, but more and more people seem to be finding that they can’t tolerate gluten so if you’re one of them here is the fantastic post I was talking about –

Gluten Free Halloween Treats – definitely a great idea to have some of these treats on hand.

If you want even more gluten free treat ideas then you might want to dip into this book and adapt some of the recipes for Halloween by using Halloween inspired cookie cutters, food dyes etc –

Enjoy Life’s Cookies for Everyone!: 150 Delicious Gluten-Free Treats

Halloween Entertaining Ideas – Halloween Glassware

Whether you’re serving special Halloween cocktails or just the usual wine and beer you’ll want some spooky Halloween glassware to serve your drinks up in.   There are some fantastic Halloween glasses available.

You can get beer steins that are designed with Halloween in mind such as this rather bloody one from Zazzle –



Then again you can also get some great wine glasses, such as this one from Lolita which gives me the shivers – I mean would you want to drink your wine from a glass that’s adorned by the reaper?

Lolita Halloween Wine Glass


For a collection of great Halloween glassware including some gorgeous and spooky cocktail glasses you really should check out – Halloween Glasses.

Halloween Entertaining Ideas – Halloween Cocktails

Spooky Halloween Cocktails

Looking for a Halloween Cocktail to celebrate All Hallow’s Eve? The night when the living dead walk among us: a time to celebrate our ghoulish side: a night when witches meet and cackle.

What will you be drinking? A witches brew, some slime, demon’s blood?

I have found some lovely (and not so lovely!) Halloween cocktails for you to try or to serve up to any scary guests you may have.

Will the drinks be a trick or a treat? There is only one way to find out so try a couple or try them all and BOO you’ll find out!

Witches Cocktails

Scary Halloween Cocktails

“Hubble, Bubble, Toil and Trouble

We’ll stir and we’ll shake and a cocktail we shall make!”

All good witches should try the White Witch, it’s sweet and pure and really, really good! Then there’s the Black Witch ready to pack a punch. No matter what witch you are you must have a Black Cat as your familiar.

What is in your Witches Brew? Some Bayou Slime, a Bullfrog, some Cursed Water? All mixed up with a little Black Magic.

White Witch

½ cup vanilla ice cream

1 oz vodka

1oz white creme de cacao

Mix all of the ingredients together in a blender on a low speed for 10-15 seconds. Pou the mixture into a wine goblet and serve with a witch’s broom straw.

Black Witch

½ oz pineapple juice

1½ oz gold rum

1 tsp apricot brandy

1 tsp dark rum

Mix all ingredients with cracked ice and strain into a chilled cocktail glass with a little red devil hanging off of it. Just so that people know this witch is bad!

Black Cat

1 oz vodka

1 oz cherry brandy

cranberry juice


Pour the vodka and brandy into a highball glass filled with ice and stir gently. The next step is to top up the glass with equal amounts of cranberry juice and cola.

Witches Brew

This brew will serve 2

½ oz apricot liqueur

½ tsp grenadine

½ oz lime juice

½ oz vodka

1½ oz cachaca

Blitz all of the ingredients together in a blender and pour into chilled cocktail glasses. Garnish this Witches Brew with scary eyeballs (see below)

Bayou Slime

2 parts dark rum

6-8 fresh mint leaves

½ part spiced cordial syrup

1 egg white

Muddle the mint leaves and syrup together, then place all of the ingredients into a cocktail shaker with ice and shake. Strain into a chilled cocktail glass, the egg white will create a layer of foam. Take some extra mint leaves, crush them slightly and sprinkle them on top of the cocktail for a mossy look.


1 shot vodka

½ shot creme de menthe

1½ shots cream

1½ shots milk

Shake all of the ingredients together and strain into an ice filled tumbler to serve.

How to make scary eyeballs to garnish Halloween cocktails
Cursed Water

1 oz rum

½ oz gin

¼ oz peach schnapps

1 tbsp honey

hot tea

¾ fill a hot mug with tea, then add all of the other ingredients and stir gently.

Black Magic

1½ shots vodka

1½ shots kahlua

1 dash lemon juice

Shake all of the ingredients together with ice, then strain into a glass tumbler, garnish with a little red devil.

Black Magic is Here – Black Magic Cocktails

Careful of Those Halloween Cocktails!

With Black Magic we enter the realm of Voodoo, Zombies and the living dead


½ measure kalua

½ measure Malibu

½ measure butterscotch schnapps

1 measure milk

All of the ingredients should be chilled beforehand. Mix the ingredients together with ice in a mixing glass and then strain into a shot glass to serve.


4 parts dark rum

4 parts light rum

2 parts 151-proof rum

2 parts triple sec

1 tsp pernod

2 parts fresh lime juice

2 parts fresh orange juice

2 parts pineapple juice

2 parts guava nectar

1 tbsp grenadine

1 tbsp almond syrup

Combine all of the ingredients with ice in a blender. Blend until smooth and pout into a chilled Collins glass to serve.

Coffee of the Dammed

½ oz tequila

1 oz brandy

1 cup coffee

1 tsp lemon zest

1 oz scotch

1 tbsp sugar syrup

Put the alcoholic ingredients and sugar syrup into a warm mug and stir. Now fill the mug up with hot coffee and float the lemon zest on top.

Create spooky ice for the Halloween punch bowl

Vampire Cocktails

Feeling Bloodthirsty? Try a Halloween Cocktail

Now we move into the realm of the vampires. The Vampire Cocktail is delicious and even looks a little like blood so that maybe you can evade the Vampire Kiss. If you are kissed then you might as well try the Vampire’s Delight.

Vampire Cocktail

1 scoop vanilla ice cream

1 oz triple sec

½ oz white creme de cacao

drizzle of grenadine

Blend together all of the ingredients, except the grenadine, until smooth. Pour into a cocktail glass and then drizzle the grenadine over the top.

Vampire Kiss

2 parts passion fruit-flavored rum

1 part tonic water

Splash of cranberry juice

Put all of the ingredients into a cocktail shaker with ice and shake well. Strain into a cocktail glass and garnish with a black cherry and a little toy bat.

If you have a number of vampires present then you can make up the next cocktail (serves 6-8 people).

The Vampire’s Delight

8 ounces pineapple juice

8 ounces raspberry liqueur

8 ounces cachaca

Mix all of the ingredients together in a large punch bown. Add frozen fingers (recipe below) and serve.

Garlic Martinis?

Begone Vampires, Begone!

There is a way to keep vampires at bay and that is garlic. So give your vampire guests a trick instead of a treat in the guise of a Garlic Martini.

If you have the foresight you can infuse your own vodka to make our first recipe, if not do not despair as there are a couple of other recipes to follow.

Garlic Martini #1

2 parts garlic infused vodka

½ part dry vermouth

This can be shaken or stirred and is great garnished with a couple of cloves of garlic.

Garlic Martini #2

1 clove garlic

1 shot gin

1 dash vermouth

Crush a clove of garlic in the bottom of a martini glass and then add the gin. Pop the dash of vermouth on the top and garnish with an olive (preferably a garlic stuffed one).

Garlic Martini #3

1 clove of garlic

2 oz potato vodka

1 dash dry vermouth

Crush the clove of garlic in the base of a cocktail shaker. Add the vodka and vermouth to the shaker, along with ice, and shake well. Strain into a cocktail glass to serve with garlic-stuffed olives.

Halloween Party To Do List

Still Feeling Bloodthirsty?

Try a Cocktail Instead

The Bloodsucker Cocktail

1½ oz bacardi

½ oz cointreau

2 oz pineapple juice

1 tbsp strawberry puree

Put the rum, cointreau and juice into a cocktail shaker with ice and shake well. Strain into a Collins glass over ice. Dip the end of a drinking straw into the puree and, holding the tip of your finger over the other end, use the straw to squirt puree into the bottom half of the drink. It will sink in red blotches, like blood splatter.

Bloody Brain Shooter

1¼ oz strawberry vodka

⅛ oz Rose’s lime juice

¾ oz Baileys

splash of grenadine

Put the vodka and lime juice into a shaker and shake well. Strain into a shot glass. Using a straw dip some Baileys into the shot, once you submerge the straw into the Baileys put your finger on top of the straw to hold the liquid in the straw. Next dip the straw tip into the vodka and slowly release your top finger. The Baileys will curdle slightly due to the lime juice and you should be able to make strands of the Baileys. Repeat this process a few times until you have built a “brain” inside the shot glass. After this add a splash of grenadine to the shot so that you have the effect of blood.

This takes a while but the effect is well worth it.

Another drink that has a similar look is the Brain Hemorrhage, although it is easier to make.

Brain Hemorrhage

1 measure peach schnapps

1 tsp Baileys

½ tsp grenadine

Pour the peach schnapps into a shot glass, next carefully float the Baileys on top. Finally top with the grenadine.

Scary Ice Cubes for your Halloween Drinks

It’s Halloween, Who’re You Gonna Call? – Ghostbusters!

Ghost Inspired Halloween Cocktails

Baileys was made for Halloween cocktails as it masquerades really well as a ghost trapped in the glass. One such cocktail is the Ghostbuster, named after the 1984 hit movie.


1 oz peach schnapps

1 oz melon liqueur

3-5 drops baileys

Put the schnapps and liqueur into a cocktail shaker with ice and shake well. Strain into a cocktail glass and add the baileys drop by drop into the middle of the drink.

The Ghost

1¼ oz vanilla vodka

¼ oz chocolate liqueur

¼ oz half’n’half

¼ oz simple syrup

Put all of the ingredients into a cocktail shaker with ice and shake. Strain into a cocktail glass to serve (a delicious, but not spooky twist is to rim the glass with white chocolate shavings).

Irish Ghost

1 oz baileys

1 oz coffee liqueur

1 oz herbal liqueur such as chartreuse

2 oz cream

Pour all of the ingredients into a cocktail shaker, with ice and shake. Strain into an Irish coffee cup to serve.

The Color of Halloween – Orange and Black Cocktails

Orange and black are the recognized colors of Halloween so of course the Black Martini is a must have drink at any Halloween party. Make it more festive by using orange colored sugar on the glass rim as a garnish.

There is also a Black vodka on the market which makes for stunning looking Screwdrivers.

Then of course you have food coloring, this can be added to any clear cocktail that you make in order to add more atmosphere.

Black Martini

2 shots blackcurrant vodka

1 shot chambord

Shake all of the ingredients together with ice and strain into a cocktail glass to serve.

Halloween Screwdriver

tangerine juice

black vodka

Fill a highball glass with ice and then pour tangerine juice to halfway. The next step is to carefully pour the black vodka on top.

Black Widow

cranberry juice

black vodka

Fill a highball glass with ice and then pour the cranberry juice to halfway. Next pour top up carefully with the black vodka.

Non-Alcoholic Cocktails – Halloween Mocktails

Spooky Drinks for Designated Drivers

Your designated drivers have to stay alert on Halloween in order to avoid any wandering zombies on the way home. They also want to have some fun, so get out the food coloring and start coloring up the lemonade for a bit of Halloween fun. Also try the Halloween mocktails on offer.

Witches Brew (non-alcoholic)

This will make up 5 quarts.

12 cups cranberry-raspberry juice

4½ cups orange juice

2 cups pineapple juice

2 cups fresh lime juice

Combine all of the ingredients together and chill, pour into a punch bowl with some severed hand ice cubes to serve.

Halloween Sparkle Punch

This is enough punch for 8.

2/3 cup tang orange drink mix

1 quart cold water

2 cups cold ginger ale

1 pint blackberry sherbet

Place drink mix in bowl, add water and stir to dissolve. Refrigerate until party time.

When putting the punch out stir in the ginger ale.

Put 1/4 cup of sherbet in the bottom of each cup and pour drink over it.

Devil’s Juice

3 oz. cranberry (or cranapple) juice

3 oz. tomato juice

1 tsp. Tabasco sauce

1 tsp. lemon juice

2 dashes black pepper

Dash salt

Mix all of the ingredients together in a mixing glass. To serve pour into a Collins glass over ice.

If I’ve missed off your favorite Halloween cocktail then I’m really sorry please feel free to leave the recipe in my visitors book.

Happy Spooking!

Great selection of Halloween cocktails for any themed Halloween event