Green Slime Lemonade

October 8, 2014Sarah Khandjian

This kiwi lemonade is spiked with coconut rum and would be the perfect cocktail for a Halloween party.

These cocktails may give you the chills (I mean, look at those giant spiders!) but under the guise of slime these cocktails are sure to be your new go-to mixer for Halloween. I combined Natalie’s lemonade with fresh kiwi and coconut rum for a simple cocktail that will make you feel more like you’re at the beach than a Halloween party.

If you’re hosting a Halloween party or just want to make any drinks a bit more festive, you can easily create the spider topped straws. All you need are some plastic spiders, paper straws and a hot glue gun.

These DIY spider straws are made by gluing plastic spiders onto paper straws. So simple and perfect for Halloween!

Loving this slime recipe made from fresh lemonade, kiwi, and coconut rum. The spider straws are a cute touch too!

Green Slime Lemonade

Servings (2 glasses)


3 ripe kiwi
6 oz. Natalie’s Lemonade
2-4 oz. of coconut rum (depending on how strong you want to make it)


food processor or blender
2 old fashioned glasses
paper straws
plastic spiders
hot glue gun


  1. Apply a small amount of hot glue onto the top of a paper straw about 2″ from the top. Press a plastic spider onto the glue and hold for about 20 seconds, or until the glue hardens. Set aside.
  2. Peel the kiwi fruit and place in a food processor or blender. Pulse until the fruit is pureed.
  3. Pour kiwi juice into pitcher. Top with 6 oz. Natalie’s lemonade and 2-4 oz. of coconut rum (you can easily make this drink kid friendly by omitting the rum). Stir and pour over two glasses full of ice. Add a spider topped paper straw and you’re ready for Halloween!

Lemonade gets transformed into a Halloween cocktail when you add fresh pureed kiwi fruit and coconut rum.

Get inspired with other spooky recipes and DIYs over on my Halloween page.

This recipe was created for Natalie’s. Thanks for supporting the brands that help me create delicious recipes like this one.


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