Halloween Candy Corn Infused Vodka Shots

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You know what goes great with candy corn that you can’t share with the kids?? Vodka. Yes, I’m serious and I’ve got the perfect Candy Corn Vodka shot for you to pass out to those adult trick or treaters this Halloween. Grab that age-old favorite Halloween treat, a Mason jar and some UV Vodka, we’re going to start brewing us some candy corn UV Vodka Witches’ Juice!

a table topped with lots of different bottles of liquor.
This post is sponsored by Phillips Distilling. All opinions are 100% my own.

What is UV Vodka?

It’s fitting that I’m using Phillips UV Vodka for my Witches’ Juice. With their sleek new design that’s sunlight activated, it’s kind of like the bottle is wearing a costume, waiting to be plucked up from the store and then displayed for all to see when you get outside!

Vodka bottle sitting in grass and leaves.

Located in Princeton, Minnesota, Phillips Distilling Co. is family owned and operated and has been for four generations. The company has that hearty good-natured, Midwestern work ethic and spirit, not to mention Minnesota nice the state’s become known for. You can tell that goes into every bottle of spirits that’s produced. 

I know, I know you want to hear about the new UV sunlight-activated bottle design. What they’ve done is use photochromic ink with a wave design that comes alive when the bottle meets sunlight. When the rays are gone the color disappears, leaving the bold black UV logo only on the bottle. Bet your vodka can’t do what my UV Vodka bottle can do!

How does UV Vodka taste? How does Cubist vodka taste?

As far as taste goes. I found UV to be a little bitter and dry when I drank it alone; when I added ice it was much better. Drinking vodka straight up isn’t my jam though I will say that when I tried Phillips new made for the freezer vodka Cubist, I preferred it straight up compared to UV. As far as using UV in a cocktail, I like to know that I’m having an alcohol drink so I appreciate that I can still have the flavor of UV vodka in the candy corn vodka Witches’ Juice that I made. I know that’s not what everyone likes but I like to self-regulate so tasting the alcohol in my cocktail is something I look for.

Cubist is Phillips newest vodka, and it is smooth. The packaging sets it apart from any other packaging in the industry and the taste is chilled and refreshing. When placed in the freezer the Cubist label has blue designs that indicate the perfect temperature (at or below 0°C) for vodka sipping. When the temperature rises the designs disappear; that’s when you know it’s time to go back into the freezer.

Witches’ Juice with UV Vodka

  • UV Vodka (you can purchase it here)
  • 1 cup Candy Corn
  • Mason Jar 24 oz or another jar that has a tight lid
  • Cheese Cloth or another kind of fine strainer
Bottle of UV Vodka sitting next to Mason jar and bag of candy corn
  1. Take Mason Jar and make sure that it’s clean, if you use jars as often as I do, you never know what might be hiding in there! 
  2. Pour 1 cup of candy corn into the Mason Jar.
  3. Take UV Vodka and fill the Mason Jar up to the 24 oz mark.
Mason jar of candy corn on table with vodka bottle.
  1. Seal the jar tightly with the lid and place in a cool, dark place.
  2. Let the candy corn and UV vodka soak for at least 3 days, being sure to shake at least once daily.
  3. When the five days are up, take your cheese cloth and place it over a bowl; slowly pour the vodka mixture into the bowl, allowing the cheese cloth to catch any leftover residue. 
  4. Now you’re ready to enjoy your Witches’ Juice as a responsible adult over the age of 21!
Bottle sitting among candy and more bottles

I took the leftover candy corn that was at the bottom of my jar and placed it in a mold I had for gummy bears because I can’t stand wasting anything. I think it’s the old cloth diaper mama in me, I must never waste a thing! The gelatin that’s needed is still there so really all I’m doing is molding a boozy candy corn into a gummy bear and then freezing it.

There are so many things you can infuse with UV Vodka. I’ve tried sweet and sour gummy worms; those need to sit for a few weeks but once everything is done the flavor is nice with a great sour kick afterwards. You could use Skittles too. Basically, if the candy is any kind of gummy or sucker, you can most likely infuse it with UV Vodka. Give it a try and let me know what you come up with!

Candy Corn Infused Vodka

Be the talk of the Halloween party with this easy, sweet candy corn infused vodka shot featuring UV Vodka. Even those who don't like candy corn find it to be likeable.

Course Drinks
Cuisine American
Keyword Halloween, vodka
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 0 minutes
Resting Time 3 days
Total Time 3 days 15 minutes
Servings 15 shots
Calories 25 kcal
Author Bert A.


  • UV Vodka Unflavored
  • 1 cup Candy Corn


  1. Take Mason Jar and make sure that it’s clean, if you use jars as often as I do, you never know what might be hiding in there!

  2. Pour 1 cup of candy corn into the Mason Jar.

  3. Take UV Vodka and fill the Mason Jar up to the 24 oz mark.

  4. Seal the jar tightly with the lid and place in a cool, dark place.

  5. Let the candy corn and UV vodka soak for at least 3 days, being sure to shake at least once daily.

  6. When the three (or more) days are up, take your cheese cloth and place it over a bowl; slowly pour the vodka mixture into the bowl, allowing the cheese cloth to catch any leftover residue.

  7. Now you’re ready to enjoy your Witches’ Juice as a responsible adult over the age of 21!

Recipe Notes

If you don’t have access to cheese cloth use a fine strainer that’ll catch some of the gelatin-like candy corn stuff.

Three days of infusion time is enough, I found that five times produced a sweeter shot that toned down both flavors making them really compliment each other.

25 Turkey Inspired Desserts for Thanksgiving

Easy Turkey Desserts for Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving dessert doesn’t always have to be about pumpkin pie sometimes you can use Thanksgiving turkey for dessert inspiration. Turkey is probably one of the most well known staples of Thanksgiving. In reality though, the desserts served rarely have to do a whole lot with turkeys! There is usually pumpkin pie and all kinds of other delicious goodies, but they aren’t very festive for the Thanksgiving holiday. This year, instead of just serving up the traditional pumpkin pie, I decided to do something a little different! I put together this list of 25 turkey themed treats so you can serve something a little more festive this Thanksgiving! Any one of these would be a great addition to the classic pumpkin pie, but with a Thanksgiving twist! If you need some Thanksgiving quotes to inspire your Instagram click here.

25 Turkey Inspired Desserts for Thanksgiving

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Pretzel Turkey Bites

How cute are these little turkeys from Suburban Simplicity? They look so yummy and easy to make too. You’ll need candy corn, Reese’s Pieces (yellow ones), Rolos, candy eyeballs and pretzels. Head on over to Suburban Simplicity to get the recipe.

Thanksgiving Cookie Pops
Photo from My Crafty Life

These Turkey Cookie Pops are sure to be a Thanksgiving crowd pleaser, especially with little ones. It’s surprisingly easy to make, all with prepackaged treats so you really can’t go wrong. Get the full recipe at My Crafty Life.

from Meaningful Mam

Turkey Treats

While these aren’t the cutest turkey dessert they win for the healthiest. Use natural peanut butter, pretzel sticks, a pine nut nose, candy eyeballs and a Craisin. Grab the whole recipe on Meaningful Mama.

Turkey in a Jar Thanksgiving treat
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Turkey Candy Jars

Thanksgiving dessert doesn’t always have to be about the pie, sometimes you can do double duty for a Thanksgiving place setting and a sweet morsel. I love this idea to use mason jars and faux leaves, to make an adorable Turkey Candy Jar. Get the full instructions on Lady and the Blog.

from Kids Craft Room

Turkey Kisses

I’m hosting Thanksgiving dinner and my kids, niece and nephew are so going to be making these adorable Turkey Kisses. For a lady who doesn’t do crafts, this is one feathered craft I think I can handle. You can get the full instructions on Kids Craft Room.

Thanksgiving Turkey Reese's and Oreos
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Reese’s Oreo Turkey

So we’re combining Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups and Oreos? I’m in, no matter what, this is my kind of Thanksgiving dessert! Get the full recipe on Bitz & Giggles.

Turkey Lollipops Thanksgiving Dessert
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Turkey Lollipops

These would be so fun to give to the kids for a little Thanksgiving dessert take home. It’s really easy to make them as well. You’ll just need lollipops, some burlap, red craft foam, craft felt leaves or foam leaves, and googly eyes. Visit Crafty Morning for the instructions.

Thanksgiving Turkey Rice Krispie Dessert
from Princess Pinky Girl

Rice Krispie and Nutter Butter Turkey

These are so cute! I think they’d be incredibly sweet but I know that my kids would love to have this festive Thanksgiving dessert sitting on the table. Get the rest of the instructions at Princess Pinky Girl.

Candy filled Thanksgiving Turkey Favors
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Candy Filled Turkey

Be the ultimate hostess with the mostest with these fun favor bags from Kids Craft Room!

Turkey Leg Thanksgiving Dessert
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Turkey Leg Treat

Scooby Snacks, Rice Krispies and sprinkles! What more could you want? These Thanksgiving treats are so cute even the grown-ups will like them!

from Rocky Mountain Savings

Thanksgiving Turkey Cookies

These are so adorable and the Oreos will make it so kid-friendly because they know what it is. Find the recipe here at Rocky Mountain Savings.

Thanksgiving Turkey Brownie dessert
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Thanksgiving Turkey Brownies

I know, a LOT of these recipes have Reece’s Peanut Butter Cups but can you blame people for using the best candy ever? Visit Walking on Sunshine Recipes for the recipe.

Thanksgiving Marshmallow Turkey dessert
from Crafty Morning

Marshmallow Turkey Pop

While these certainly look tasty they may be a little intricate to the average baker like myself. I’m going to try this one out before Thanksgiving Day. Visit Crafty Morning for instructions.

Thanksgiving No Bake Turkey Desserts
from Craft Create Cook

No Bake Turkey Treats

Anytime you have the phrase “no bake” I’m instantly interested. Get the instructions from Craft Create Cook.

Thanksgiving Chocolate Turkey Cups
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Chocolate Turkey Cups with Pumpkin Mousse

These are just too too cute!! They look really complicated, however, the instructions from Hungry Happenings is thorough so I think that things could come together easily.

Thanksgiving Chocolate Covered Turkey Pretzels
from Everyday Shortcuts

Pretzel Turkeys

I love these easy to make chocolate covered Pretzel Turkeys, don’t you? Plus, they come from my blogging friend Alison at Everyday Shortcuts. Check out the instructions on her blog.

Easy Turkey Desserts for Thanksgiving
from The Country Chic Cottage

Turkey Treats

These look a little complicated but then again, I think if you were to find a method to assembling Turkey Treats it could be easy. Lucky for us, the tutorial and supplies can be found over at The Country Chic Cottage.

OREO Cookie Balls Thanksgiving Turkey
from Pink When

Oreo Turkey Balls

I love OREO cookie truffles, the cream cheese that’s used to make the little turkey balls makes my mouth water. You can find the instructions how to make these over on Pink When.

Thanksgiving Treats
from Happiness is Homemade

Turkey Treat Buckets

Not every dessert has to be handmade, right? I love the idea of using a bucket, decorating it and then filling it with goodies for the kids who will be at your Thanksgiving dinner. Get the entire idea from Happiness is Homemade.

Turkey OREO Pops
from Somewhat Simple

Turkey Oreo Pops

These look similar to a treat I shared with above, however, it’s the more simple version. I like it because if you want an adorable treat that also tastes sweet this treat has it all for you. Get the full tutorial from Somewhat Simple.

Thanksgiving Turkey turtles
from Kid Friendly Things To Do

Chocolate and Caramel Turkey

This is a take on the classic chocolate, caramel, pecan treat, The Turtle. Only, it’s Thanksgiving style. I like where this blogger is going and you can get the full tutorial on Kid Friendly Things To Do.

from Honey and Lime Co

Rice Krispie Turkey Pops

These are so cute and I think I could actually pull this Thanksgiving treat off! Grab the instructions from Honey and Lime Co.

Nutter Butter Turkey Cookies for Thanksgiving
from I Heart Nap Time

Nutter Butter Turkeys

When I think of Thanksgiving turkey desserts I think of Nutter Butters. They’re the perfect shape for a turkey. Get the full tutorial over on I Heart Nap Time.

Donut Turkeys Thanksgiving Dessert
from Honey and Lime Co

Donut Turkey

These are easy to make and really quite adorable. Plus, can you ever go wrong with donuts? No, no you cannot. Get the instructions on Honey and Lime Co.

Thanksgiving Treats Turkey OREO Balls
from a Pumpkin and a Princess

Turkey Oreo Balls

Another tasty OREO cookie ball and I am all for it! Just in case the first one I shared with you wasn’t your style check out this recipe from A Pumpkin and a Princess.

Here’s wishing you, your family and friends a happy Thanksgiving and please, let me know if you’ve tried any of these tasty Thanksgiving turkey desserts!

25 fun turkey inspired desserts to serve at Thanksgiving this year. #thanksgiving #desserts #turkeydesserts #thanksgivingdessert

Easy Vodka Lemonade Recipe

Vodka Lemonade easy recipe

Know what the perfect pairing is to a hot, humid summer day? Lemonade. Even better? Vodka Lemonade. I’ve got the best, super easy vodka lemonade recipe for you to sip on your front porch!

Easy Vodka Lemonade Recipe

The easiest cocktail recipe ever, the 2-ingredient Vodka Lemonade. #cocktails #adultbeverage #drinks #recipe #lemonade #vodka

Does vodka and lemonade taste good?

Yes. If you think about it many classic vodka cocktails have a citrus flavor to them – the lime wedge in a vodka tonic or the lemon in a vodka Collins.

What kind of lemonade do I use for a vodka lemonade?

You can use store-bought lemonade or you can make your own using any number of recipes that you find out there. You could even use a concentrate if you’re short on time or if you’re going to make a large batch. Generally speaking, the ratio of lemonade to vodka, can be as little as 2 to 1 or as high as 4 to 1. Kind of play around with it and see what suits you.

My favorite way to make lemonade is to make it myself. I fill a glass full of water and then add lemon juice to the water. Then I take two packets of stevia, add them to the lemon water, taste it and see if I like it. Then I add either more lemon juice or stevia depending on the taste. It’s really easy to make and you are able to control the sugar because you’re using stevia, a natural zero calorie sweetener.

Lemonade for vodka lemonade recipe
Photo by Charity Beth Long on Unsplash

Easy Vodka Lemonade Recipe

You can enjoy this 2-ingredient vodka lemonade with one serving or you can make a large batch for a gathering with friends. Use a gallon pitcher, 12 oz of vodka and lemonade concentrate.


  • 2oz (1 shot) Vodka
  • 6oz lemonade
  • Ice
  • Lemon wedges for garnishment, if desired
Vodka Lemonade ingredients


  • Fill a cocktail shaker halfway with ice. Pour vodka and lemonade into it and shake well.
  • Fill a glass with ice and pour mixture in.
  • Garnish with lemon wedges or slices if desired.
  • Alternatively, you can skip the cocktail shaker and just fill a glass with ice, then pour vodka and lemonade in and stir well.
Vodka Lemonade easy recipe

Easy Vodka Lemonade

Perfect on a hot, humid day and easy to make, this two-ingredient cocktail is as refreshing as that first dip into the water. Cocktails don't get as easy as this Vodka Lemonade.

Course Drinks
Cuisine American
Keyword lemonade, low carb cocktails, vodka
Prep Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes
Servings 1 person
Calories 113 kcal



  • ● 2oz (1 shot) Vodka
  • ● 6oz lemonade
  • ● Ice
  • ● Lemon wedges for garnishment if desired



  1. Fill a cocktail shaker halfway with ice. Pour vodka and lemonade into it and shake well.

  2. Fill a glass with ice and pour mixture in.

  3. Garnish with lemon wedges or slices if desired.

  4. Alternatively, you can skip the cocktail shaker and just fill a glass with ice, then pour vodka and lemonade in and stir well.

Vodka Lemonade Variations

There are so many different variations you can do with a vodka lemonade so I took to good old Google and found some great recipes to take this classic cocktail up a notch.

Pink Vodka Lemonade

Strawberry Lemonade Vodka Slush

Rosemary Vodka Lemonade

You can also add simple garnishes like fresh mint, fresh basil, strawberries, and watermelon. Be creative and have fun experimenting!

The easiest Vodka Lemonade recipe you'll ever make! Perfect for just one or can be altered to accommodate larger crowds. #adultbeverage #cocktails #lemonade #vodka

All the Spooky Dinners You Could Ever Want: 10 Fun Halloween Dinner Ideas

10 Fun Halloween Dinner Ideas

Goblins, bats, black cats, and cheeky puns, something spooky is in the air and it’s Halloween! Every Halloween gathering needs a spooky Halloween dinner and I’ve scoured the Internet to find you the best Halloween dinner ideas for your fantastic Halloween party.

10 Fun Halloween Dinner Ideas


Halloween Dinner Ideas Chicken Pot Pie Recipe
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Halloween Chicken Pot Pie

What can I say about this beautiful Halloween Chicken Pot Pie? Make this and it’ll be Instagram-worthy for sure.

Halloween Dinner Ideas Eyeball Pinwheels
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Eyeball Pinwheels

What a cute and easy spin on pinwheels! Definitely kid friendly and when paired with a cute jack-o-lantern or monster you’ve got the most adorable Halloween dinner.

Halloween Dinner Ideas Pizza Mummies
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Mummy Pizzas

Have to give my fellow Minnesota blogger props for her creative Halloween dinner idea – Mummy Pizzas. Need I say more?

Halloween Dinner Ideas Halloween Mummies
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Mummy Hotdogs

Add a little crescent dough, a hot dog, some mustard eyes and you’ve got a really cute Halloween dinner on a stick! Make these while you go out around the block collecting your treats or spice things up and use different seasoned hot dog varieties.

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Monster Pasta Recipe

This Monster Pasta would be a hit for kids and adults at your Halloween party. Talk about one of the more colorful Halloween dinner ideas.

Halloween Dinner Ideas Spooky Spaghetti
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Spooky Spaghetti

I love this Spooky Spaghetti recipe! The colors are awesome and the eyes add a special creepy, Halloween touch for this Halloween dinner recipe.

Halloween Dinner Ideas Mini-Pizza-Pumpkins
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Mini Pizza Pumpkins

Ever the perfect party planner, my girl Britni, at Play Party Plan dishes up a fun and creative make your own jack-o-lantern pizza party idea with her mini pizza pumpkins.

Halloween Dinner Ideas Mummy Fish Sticks
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Fish Stick Mummies

My daughter loves fish sticks and she’d be down for these adorable Fish Stick Mummies. Perfect way to get the kids to have a little protein with their Halloween dinner.

Halloween Dinner Ideas Halloween-Skillet-Pizza
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Ghost Skillet Pizza

I can image doing a find the ghost Halloween party game with this skillet pizza. Can’t you?

Halloween Dinner Ideas Halloween Lunchbox
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Ghost Sandwiches

How cute are these little ghost sandwiches? I love them and I think my kids would get a kick getting these for Halloween lunch.

Okay I’m all ready to go with these Halloween meal ideas now. I’m definitely going to plan a perfect Halloween shin-dig. Maybe I’ll invite the kids or maybe I’ll do a moms only party! Now that would be fun.

10 Fun Halloween Dinner Ideas

Low-Carb Mixed Drink – The Crisp Pumpkin Spice Moscow Mule

Vertical Moscow Mule Pumpkin Spic

I have got the best low-carb Moscow Mule recipe. Nothing screams fall like pumpkin spice. amiright? I am. As soon as Labor Day says good bye to the sweet summertime I’m ready to pack away my white pants and bring out cozy sweaters, then I head to the nearest Starbucks for that infamous Pumpkin Spice Latte. I was thinking that there’s got to be a way to add a little pumpkin spice into a mixed beverage. I didn’t want to do a warm beverage because so many times it’s still warm during the fall. What other mixed beverage would work by a bonfire? Hmmm – yes! A crisp Pumpkin Spice Moscow Mule! If you’re like me you may be watching your carbohydrate intake, it’s really easy to make a low-carb, keto-friendly adult drink (like the low-carb Mojito I made this summer), add a hint of pumpkin spice and you’re all set. We are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites.

Low Carb & Keto Friendly Pumpkin Spice Moscow Mule

Low-Carb Adult Beverage – The Crisp Pumpkin Spice Moscow Mule

When I put together this little mixed drink I was surprised by how easy it was to create. Making your own adult drinks at home is not only economical but you can put your own twist on classic recipes like the Moscow Mule. If you’ve never heard of a Moscow Mule, allow me to enlighten you.

How did the Moscow Mule come to be?

The origin story of the Moscow Mule is a really interesting one. The Moscow Mule has been around since 1941 when the drink was first made in a bar in Hollywood. Bar owner, John Martin, had bought a lot of Russian vodka, Smirnoff Vodka to be specific. He couldn’t get rid of the stuff because the US hadn’t really been exposed to vodka, the clear alcohol of choice was gin, so no one really wanted to drink it. Martin complained about his tons of vodka to his friend and fellow Hollywood bar owner, Jack Morgan. Morgan, in turn, complained about all of the ginger beer he had laying around. The two decided to turn their frowns upside down and began experimenting with the Smirnoff and ginger beer. After a few attempts they settled on the ratios we have today, as well as adding lime juice and a lime wedge to the beverages. Vodka’s popularity in the US is indebted to the Moscow Mule.

Is the Moscow Mule from Russia?

No. It originated in Hollywood, CA at the “C” ‘n Bull pub on Sunset Strip. The drink was given its name, kind of haphazardly, or at least it’s not very clear where it came from. Smirnoff, from Russia, was the only vodka really on the US market and many joked at the time that the word “vodka” meant horrible in Russian.

Pumpkin Spice Moscow Mule with Cinnamon Sticks

What is a Low-Carb Moscow Mule?

What makes the mixed beverages standout is it’s pairing of vodka and ginger beer. Ginger beer is considered non-alcoholic because its alcohol content is under 0.5%. The drink also must be served in a copper mug. The adult bevvie  can be made into a low-carb Moscow Mule by using a diet ginger beer. A copper mug? That’s ridiculous! No, there’s more to that story.

Why is a Moscow Mule served in a copper mug?

Contrary to what you may think, at the time of its creation, the copper mug really had nothing to do with the Moscow Mule’s ingredients and how the mixed drink scientifically needed to be served. It’s tradition. When Martin and Morgan created the adult drink they met a woman who had a rather large assortment of copper mugs. She wasn’t able to get anyone to purchase her copper mugs, which were rather popular in India and Ireland, however, the trend hadn’t made it over to the US yet. Seeing that copper is useful at keeping drink cold, Martin and Morgan decided that in order to make the adult drinks stand out in a sea of gin fancy drinks, the Moscow Mule would always be served in a copper mug. Nowadays, copper mugs have become part of the experience and many have realized that it does matter what kind of glassware you serve your mule.

A low-carb Moscow Mule works best in a copper mug because of its ability to keep the drink chilled, as well as the temperature of the mug becoming chilled.

Vertical Moscow Mule Pumpkin Spic

Is a Moscow Mule low-carb? Is a Moscow Mule keto-friendly?

Yes. Depending on the sugar count of the ginger beer that you use, it is considered low carb. If you use a sugar-free or diet, ginger beer in your adult drink there are zero sugars in your beverage. After the ginger beer the only ingredients you have are ice, vodka and lime juice. No sugar or carbs in those ingredients.


Low-Carb Pumpkin Spice Moscow Mule

Low-Carb Pumpkin Spice Moscow Mule

This Pumpkin Spice variation of the Moscow Mule will become your favorite go-to mixed drink for those somewhat warmer fall days when you still want to celebrate autumn but can't stand a hot beverage. 

Course Drinks
Cuisine American
Keyword Moscow Mule
Prep Time 10 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes
Servings 1 person
Calories 135 kcal
Author Bert A.


  • 2 oz. vodka higher quality or Smirnoff
  • Juice from half a lime
  • 4 oz. Diet Ginger Beer or Diet Ginger Ale
  • Ice
  • ¼ tsp pumpkin spice


  1. Combine all of the ingredients in a shaker and shake until cold. About 15 shakes

    Poor into a brass mug and top off with more ginger beer, lime slice, and cinnamon stick.


    pumpkin spice Moscow Mule in copper mug

Recipe Notes

You can made this adult drink using regular ginger beer, however, it will not be low-carb or keto-friendly.

Where should I get copper mugs for my Moscow Mule?

I love shopping and there are so many awesome copper mugs you can buy for your homemade Moscow Mule! Here are a few that I personally love.

From Benicci – Four Hand Crafted 100% Copper Mugs

Benicci Copper Mugs

iHarbort Moscow Mule Copper Mugs, Set of 2, 16 oz

Two Moscow Mule Mugs, 16 oz with Rose Gold Steel Straws

Moscow Mule Mugs – Set of 4-100% HANDCRAFTED

Set of four Copper Moscow Mule Mugs with shot glass and straws

Pumpkin Spice Moscow Mule

  • 2 oz. vodka
  • Juice from half a lime
  • 4 oz. diet ginger beer (or diet ginger ale)
  • Ice
  • ¼ tsp pumpkin spice

Combine all of the ingredients in a shaker and shake until cold. About 15 shakes. Poor into a brass mug and top off with more ginger beer, lime slice, and cinnamon stick.


Pumpkin Spice Moscow Mule - the perfect fall cocktail shown in copper mugs with cinnamon stick and lime wedge


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