Bloody Shirley Temples Recipe

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Make your Halloween party unforgettable with this spooky twist on an all-time classic! Learn how to craft the perfect non-alcoholic Bloody Shirley Temple mocktail today and impress everyone at your next get-together.

Bloody Shirley Temple Mocktail

As any bartender or mixologist will tell you, there’s a lot more to crafting the perfect cocktail than just throwing together some ingredients and hoping for the best.

And while most adults prefer something with some serious bite, children aren’t usually so lucky.

Enter the Bloody Shirley Temple!

Named after everyone’s favorite young child starlet of yesteryear, this beloved mocktail is packed full of flavor that no child could possibly resist.

Not only is it delicious and eye-catching but it’s a fun twist on an otherwise grown-up drink.

A red drink with whipped cream and a cherry on top.

As Halloween approaches, you might be looking for creative ways to add excitement to your celebration.

Whether you’re throwing a party or just want to get into the spooky spirit, there’s no better way to set the mood than with a chilling drink!

And for those who don’t drink alcohol or children too young for it, the Bloody Shirley Temple is a great choice.

This non-alcoholic cocktail is sure to please everyone.

So grab your shaker and prepare to astound your young audience with this tasty treat that’ll leave them asking for more!

Why You Will Love This Mocktail

  • Get into the Halloween spirit with a unique and kid-friendly mocktail
  • Enjoy the flavor of a classic cocktail minus the alcohol
  • Safely entertain children at your spooktacular bash
  • A refreshing drink that’s sure to delight adults and children alike
Halloween bloody shirley temple.

Makes 2 drinks

Prep time: 5 minutes

Whats In A Shirley Temple

  • Lemon-lime soda
  • Grenadine

For Decorating (optional):

  • Whipped cream
  • Candy eyes
  • Cherries

Pro Tip: If you want to add a little extra kick to your muffins, try adding a pinch of cayenne pepper to the dry mix. It will give your muffins a subtle and spicy flavor.

A bottle of sprite and a bottle of GRENADINE.

Shirley Temple Memories

I can remember watching Shirley Temple movies when I was about 7 or 8 and being enamored by her curls.

I had long light brown hair and while it wasn’t blonde like hers, I wanted it to look like hers…curly.

Seeing as I was the baby of the family, my mom would do pretty much do anything that I asked, lol.

And although I hated the process with a passion, I loved the way my hair looked when finished.

Can you guess how my mom did my hair??? RAGS!

My mother would have thin strips of rags that I’d have to hold at the top and she would twirl my hair around it.

Then she would twist it up and bobby pin it at the top and I’d sleep in them.

I had the most beautiful curly hair the following day.

And when it comes to having a Shirley Temple Mocktail, they were few and far between as we didn’t go out to eat often back then.

  • Fun Halloween glasses
  • Syringes
  • Plastic spiders
  • Halloween straws
  • Skull ice cubes

How to Make Shirley Temple

Fill two glasses with ice and add the lemon-lime soda.

Two glasses of iced tea on a wooden table.

Carefully drizzle the grenadine over the top of each glass.

Two glasses of pink iced tea on a wooden table.

To decorate, top each glass with whipped cream.

Press a candy eye into a cherry and place the cherry on top, if desired.

Two glasses with whipped cream and spiders on top.

And there you have it! A delicious and spooky mocktail that’s perfect for Halloween parties.

Recipe Variations

You can also get creative with the decorations and presentation, like adding fake spiders or plastic eyeballs to the drink or serving it in a creepy glass.

Put the grenadine in syringes and add it to the drink for the kids to squirt the “blood” into the drink themselves.

Alcoholic Shirley Temple

Make it a spiked Shirley Temple adult cocktail by adding Vodka to the mix.

Two glasses of halloween punch with spiders and eyeballs on top.

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Two glasses with whipped cream and eyeballs on top.

Halloween Bloody Shirley Temples Recipe

Yield: 2
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes

Make your Halloween party unforgettable with this spooky twist on an all-time classic! Learn how to craft the perfect non-alcoholic Bloody Shirley Temple mocktail today and impress everyone at your next get-together.

Ingredients

  • 16 ounces lemon-lime soda
  • 2 ounces grenadine

For Decorating (optional):

  • Whipped cream
  • Candy eyes
  • Cherries

Instructions

  1. Fill two glasses with ice and add the lemon-lime soda.
  2. Carefully drizzle the grenadine over the top of each glass.
  3. To decorate, top each glass with whipped cream.
  4. Press a candy eye into a cherry and place the cherry on top, if desired. Shirley temple halloween lemonade.

Notes

Recipe Variations

You can also get creative with the decorations and presentation, like adding fake spiders or plastic eyeballs to the drink or serving it in a creepy glass.

Put the grenadine in syringes and add it to the drink for the kids to squirt the “blood” into the drink themselves.

Alcoholic Shirley Temple

Make it a spiked Shirley Temple adult cocktail by adding Vodka to the mix.

Nutrition Information
Yield 2 Serving Size 1
Amount Per Serving Calories 199Total Fat 1gSaturated Fat 0gTrans Fat 0gUnsaturated Fat 0gCholesterol 2mgSodium 34mgCarbohydrates 49gFiber 0gSugar 41gProtein 0g

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Creepy Shirley Temples Conclusion

The Bloody Shirley Temple is a fantastic addition to any Halloween festivities. It’s easy to make, visually stunning and tastes amazing.

Whether you’re enjoying it with your family or serving it to a crowd, this mocktail is sure to impress.

Plus, with the syringe and cherry decorations, it’s a great opportunity to get everyone involved in the fun and creativity of Halloween.

So go ahead and give this recipe a try, just make sure to warn your guests that what they’re drinking might look a bit too realistic!

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