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Halloween Monster Floats Recipe

These Halloween Monster Floats are a quick and easy-to-make cocktail or mocktail for your Halloween party. Mix a few up for your Monster Mash Halloween Bash! Halloween Monster Floats // Salty Canary

Halloween Monster Floats Recipe

My Halloween Monster Floats are simply green soda floats topped with DIY Halloween Gummy Candy Kabobs.

You can make them into cocktails by adding vodka, or keep them alcohol-free as mocktails!

Halloween Monster Floats // Salty CanaryThe floats are super easy to make. All you need is 7Up and lime sherbet! I love root beer floats, but I wanted something a bit different in a monster green color and these turned out perfect with the frothy tops! Reminds me of a mad scientist.

Halloween Monster Float Ingredients: 

  • 7UP
  • lime sherbet
  • gummy candy
  • optional: vodka to make alcoholic

Halloween Monster Floats // Salty Canary

Here’s the link to my DIY Halloween Gummy Candy Kabobs. They’re quick and easy to make and would be super fun for a Halloween party!

Halloween Monster Floats // Salty CanaryIf you can’t find lime sherbet at the grocery store or want to change up the flavor a bit, use orange sherbet and cream soda! They’ll be a perfect orange color for Halloween! 

Halloween Monster Floats // Salty Canary

Halloween Monster Floats // Salty Canary

Halloween Monster Floats // Salty Canary

Halloween Monster Floats Recipe

Prep Time: 20 minutes
Total Time: 20 minutes


  • 7UP or Sprite soda
  • Lime Sherbet
  • Optional: vodka
  • Gummy Body parts
  • Gummy worms


  1. Prepare your DIY Halloween Gummy Kabobs in advance.
  2. Add a scoop of lime sherbet to each glass.
  3. Pour 7UP or Sprite over sherbet.
  4. Top with a straw and a DIY Halloween Gummy Kabob.
  5. Optional: make it a cocktail with a jigger of vodka.

Looking for more Halloween inspiration? Check out my other blog posts:

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Revel and Glitter

Sunday 9th of October 2016

Deliciously gross! Where did you find gummi ears??


Monday 10th of October 2016

Ha! Thank you! I am 99% sure I got them from the 99 cent store. Surprisingly, they smell and taste pretty good ... you know, for being ears.


Monday 26th of September 2016

These are freaking adorable!


Saturday 1st of October 2016

Thanks, Kait!

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