Witches’ Brew is the perfect Halloween Drink. It’s festive, easy to make, and very customizable. Kids love making these!
Every Halloween party needs a wicked-good punch to serve to all the boys and ghouls. You can make these Halloween drinks for only $4.59 to serve at a party or for the kids at home. This recipe serves 14 and costs about $0.33 per serving.
Witches’ Brew Halloween Drink
A Halloween night without Witches’ Brew is like a night without stars. Fun Halloween themed drinks are simply a must this time of year. Our recipe is sure to make all your goblins grin.
Three ingredients are all that is needed to make this simple recipe. The drink is enough to turn even the scariest of monsters into sweet creatures for even just the night. Kids and adults alike love the color and the sweet taste of this Halloween punch and so will you!
Can you put dry ice in punch?
Yes, you can put dry ice in the punch as long as you are using food-grade dry ice. When you place the dry ice in the punch bowl it will sink to the bottom which will keep the drinker from consuming it but still give off the steamy smoke effect.
How much will this Halloween Drink recipe cost to make:
RECIPE COST: $4.59
PRICE PER SERVING: $0.33
- 32 oz green Powerade – $1.00
- 2 liters lemon-lime soda – $0.62
- 2 quarts lime sherbet – $2.97
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How to make Witches’ Brew recipe:
STEPS ONE AND TWO: First, add scoops of sherbet to a glass. Then pour the Gatorade over the sherbet until the glass is about 3/4 full.
STEPS THREE AND FOUR: Next, fill the glass the rest of the way with the lemon-lime soda. You can also make this in a punch bowl instead of individual glasses. Finally, add the optional garnishes such as gummy candies. Enjoy!
The Flavor and Recipe Variations
Make other Halloween drinks by swapping out the sherbet and juice for different colors.
Zombie Juice: Use purple-colored juice and sherbet.
Pumpkin Juice: Use orange-colored juice and sherbet.
How to get the kids involved with this recipe:
Ages 2-3: Let them garnish the top of the glasses with gummy candies. This will be so fun for them!
Ages 4-5: Have your kiddo help pour in the Gatorade. They can also assist in pouring in the Lemon-Lime soda.
Ages 6-8: This is a great recipe to let your child try on their own with you close by for assistance.
Ages 9-11: Supervise them while they prepare the entire recipe. Remember to have them read it twice before beginning the recipe.
Ages 12+: Let them prepare the entire recipe, unsupervised, while you do the happy dance in the corner!
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- punch bowl (if using)
- drinking glasses
- 32 oz green Powerade or other green drink, chilled
- 2 liters lemon-lime soda chilled
- 2 quarts lime sherbet
GARNISHES: (all optional)
- Halloween gummy candies
- Add scoops of sherbet to glass.
- Pour sports drink over sherbet until the glass is about 3⁄4 full.
- Fill glass with lemon-lime soda.
- Add in gummy candies if you desire.