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Your Fave Halloween Candies – In Cocktail Form

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Everyone expects a little something sweet on Halloween, but a sugary treat with booze is both a welcome and unexpected way to celebrate.


As a child, you probably relished your Halloween goodies – from gumballs to chocolate bars – with an unrivaled fervor. Well, unrivaled until now, because you're old enough to take inspiration from those sweets and make cocktails that taste like your old school trick-or-treat faves.

Here are five devilishly delish cocktails to enjoy:


Halloween candy flavored cocktails

Black Gumball Cocktail
These bubblegum vodka drinks are way better than the real candy, because their flavor lasts until you're done with them – but what happens when you've got an empty glass? Why, mix up some more, of course.

 

Halloween candy flavored cocktails

Pixie Stick Martini Cocktail
What was so great about flavored sugar in a straw anyway? Oh, right, you could mix it with just about any drink to give it a sour kick of flavor. Turns out, this tactic that you learned as a child applies to cocktails, too.

 

Halloween candy flavored cocktails

Blow Pop Martini Cocktails
As a kid, few things are as enticing as a lollipop with a nugget of bubblegum hidden inside. As an adult, few things are as enticing as that flavor combo in a nice chilled martini glass.

 

Halloween candy flavored cocktails

Chocolate Indulgence Martini
Here it is! Everyone's favorite wafer-based, break-away chocolate bar transformed into a creamy, boozy martini. It's also a visual treat as the glass is decorated with chocolate syrup and rimmed with crushed wafers.

 

Halloween candy flavored cocktails

Beliebertini
You don't need to be a fan of the Biebs to enjoy this grape-tastic cocktail. It combines two Halloween faves – rock candy and Pop Rocks – with fruity vodka and lemonade for a refreshing, decidedly adult way to celebrate All Hallow's Eve.

 

 
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