Scare up some frightful fun on Halloween with this terribly tasty Green Goblin Halloween Cocktail recipe! Made with dark rum, pineapple juice, lemon juice, Blue Curacao, and lemon-lime soda, this spooky Halloween drink will leave you wanting more!
It’s time to keep the party rolling and share another fun Halloween drink as part of my Haunted Halloween Cocktails series! Today I’m sharing a dangerously delicious Halloween cocktail recipe that’s sure to get you and your friends in the spookiest of moods — the Green Goblin cocktail.
So far I’ve shared two creepy cocktails including The Gravedigger and the Vampire’s Kiss. Both of which are dreadfully delicious. And today I’ve conjured up another libation to add to the list of creepy cocktails, the Green Goblin!
If you like pineapple rum drinks then this creepy, green Halloween cocktail recipe is the perfect spooky sipper. It’s crisp, sweet, and tart and its vibrant green color practically screams Halloween.
Plus, it can also be served as a green Halloween punch!
The Green Goblin is sure to scare up some fun with all the guys and ghouls this Halloween! Pineapple juice, lemon juice, blue curaçao, and lemon-lime soda give this drink a gorgeous green hue, while the dark rum adds just enough bite.
Sweet and fruity, this Green Goblin cocktail is one of my favorite Halloween cocktail recipes. Plus it’s dead easy to make, so you can quickly whip up a batch or more for an adult Halloween party large or small.
Drink it if you dare!
HOW TO MAKE GREEN GOBLIN COCKTAIL FOR HALLOWEEN
No need to be a professional bartender to take on this boo-zy Halloween cocktail recipe, it’s extremely easy to make and best of all, even easier to drink. That’s what makes it dangerously delicious!
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You’ll find the complete ingredient list and instructions in the printable recipe card near the end of this Halloween cocktail recipe post.
BARTENDER’S TOOLS I USED
- cocktail shaker
- martini glasses
GREEN GOBLIN HALLOWEEN COCKTAIL INGREDIENTS
I’m not a fan of cocktails that require an entire liquor store to make them. Which is why I enjoy eerily easy Halloween cocktail recipes like the Green Goblin. You can just quickly throw it together and serve it in a martini glass or a punch bowl. And you’re done.
The ingredients you’ll need for this creepy concoction include:
- dark rum
- blue curacao
- pineapple juice
- lemon juice
- lemon-lime Soda
- black sanding sugar
GREEN GOBLIN HALLOWEEN COCKTAIL RECIPE INSTRUCTIONS
To make this easy green Halloween cocktail, begin by adding a sugar coating to the rim of the glass. Then just combine the rum, pineapple juice, blue curacao, and lemon juice in a cocktail shaker. Shake for about 20 seconds, then pour it into the glass. Finally, top it off with the lemon-lime soda, and you’re done.
And that’s it! Cheers for a spooky cocktail!
GREEN GOBLIN PUNCH – ALCOHOLIC HALLOWEEN PUNCH
This green Halloween cocktail can also be made into an eerie green Halloween punch! To make this green alcoholic punch you’ll need a punch bowl (or a cauldron) and the same ingredients (just a lot more).
Instead of mixing the Green Goblin in a cocktail shaker, simply add all of the ingredients to a punch bowl and mix well.
You can then add a black sanding sugar rim to the cups and fill them as you go.
CAN THE GREEN GOBLIN BE MADE WITHOUT THE ALCOHOL?
Yes! This spooky Halloween cocktail recipe tastes just as good without the alcohol. Simply omit the rum and you’ll have a tasty green Halloween punch for kids or adults who don’t want to drink alcohol.
Blue Curacao is simply a coloring agent. There’s no alcohol in it so you can still use to get the eerie green color.
TRY IT AND SHARE IT!
Be sure to let me know how you like this Green Goblin Halloween cocktail recipe! If you try it, I’d love to hear about it! Let me know on Instagram or Pinterest and tag me with #BullocksBuzz on your Instagram photo! Or leave a comment below.
And if you want to try it, but haven’t made it yet, be sure to save this Halloween cocktail recipe on Pinterest so you’ll remember where to find it.
Be sure to check back tomorrow for another spookalicious Halloween cocktail recipe!
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- 1½ ounces dark rum
- 1 ounce pineapple juice
- ½ ounce lemon juice, fresh
- 1 ounce lemon-lime soda
- ½ ounce Blue Curacao
- black sanding sugar
- simple syrup, or other sugary/sticky liquid
For Punch Bowl
- 5¼ cups dark rum
- 3½ cups pineapple juice
- 1¾ cups lemon juice, fresh
- 3½ cup lemon-lime soda
- 1¾ cups blue curacao
For Individual Drinks
- Pour some black sanding sugar on a saucer, making sure it's at least ¼ inch high and wider than the rim of the goblet.
- Dab the rim of the goblet with a simple syrup or another sticky liquid such as Sprite, lemon juice, etc.
- Dip the coated rim into the saucer of black sanding sugar and gently twist the goblet to cover the rim with the sanding sugar.
- In a cocktail shaker filled halfway with ice, combine the rum, lemon juice, pineapple juice, and blue curacao. Shake for about 30 seconds.
- Strain the cocktail into a glass taking care not to splash the sugar-coated rim, then top off with the lemon-lime soda.
For Punch Bowl
- Chill all ingredients for several hours or overnight.
- Combine all ingredients in a punch bowl and stir well.
- Lay out some black sugar-rimmed glasses to add the punch to.
Serving Size:1 glass
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 3727Total Fat: 1gSaturated Fat: 0gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 1gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 226mgCarbohydrates: 389gFiber: 5gSugar: 344gProtein: 6g
Nutritional information is automatically calculated with ingredients and serving size and may not be accurate. Please always double check with your own nutritional apps as well.