Your Best Halloween: Boo-zy Cocktails, Pumpkin Face Masks and More

No tricks here: Whether you’re hosting, hanging, or handing out treats, peek our frightfully epic guide for spooky fun. Have an epic Halloween!

Put the Boo In Boozy: 4 Spooky Cocktail Recipes

  • Apple Cider Spritz – Inspired by summer's Aperol spritz, lean into fall with this yummy sipper.
    • 1 ounce Aperol, 2 ounces apple cider, 3 ounces Prosecco or champagne, a splash of club soda, a sprinkle of cinnamon
    • Or, skip the "boos" and mix apple cider with tonic or sparkling water. Stir in a pinch of cinnamon
  • Halloween Sangria – Not your average punch! Mix things up with a spookier sangria version.
    • 3 large Granny Smith apples, juice from 1 lemon, 2 bloog oranges, 1 cup blackberries, 1 cup pomegranate seeds, 1 bottle of red wine, 3 cups orange or pomegranate flavored Italian soda, 1.5 ounces of simple syrup, ice. Slice fruits and add to punch bowl. Add beverages and ice. Mix together and serve cold. 
  • Pumpkin Juice Jam – For our PSL-lovers.
    • 1/2 cup apple cider, 1 tablespoon pumpkin puree, 1 teaspoon granulated sugar, 1/4 teaspoon pumpkin spice, 1.5 ounces bourbon whiskey, ice. Combine all ingredients in cocktail shaker and shake vigorously for 30 seconds. Strain into glass over ice. 
  • Black Magic Margaritas – Brew up a twist on a classic.
    • 2 ounces silver tequila, 1 ounce triple sec, 1/4 cup lime juice, lime slices for garnish, ice, food coloring (optional). Stir ingredients to combine over ice. Optional: Add red, blue and green food coloring to make drink an inky black. 

Ghoulish Grooves

  • Whether you're entertaining, need something to keep the kids pumped up while trick or treating, or just want to get in the spirit while cooking, get our Halloween playlist here

Watch This, Drink That

Last Minute Costume Ideas

  • Late invite or last minute decision to go out? We've got you with these easy costume ideas (that you can de-accessorize and wear all year). 

Make a Pumpkin Keg

DIY Pumpkin Face Mask

  • Full of vitamins, zinc, potassium, and beneficial enzymes, pumpkin can make a fun face mask. 
    • 1/4 cup cooked pumpkin puree (fresh is best, but canned can be used in a pinch), 2 teaspoons pumpkin seed oil, 1 tablespoon honey, a dash of apple cider vinegar, 1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon. Mix  all of the ingredients in a medium sized bowl or blend for a silkier texture. Wash face and apply mask. Alternatively, use as a hand/foot mask. For sensitive skin, leave mask on for 3-5 minutes. For regular skin, leave mask on for 10-15 minutes. Wash off with warm water and follow with your favorite toner and moisturizer. Can keep in the refrigerator for 2 weeks. (source)