Witch Brew Child Friendly + Lime Flavor

Witch Brew Child Friendly + Lime Flavor

The fun and festive Lime Witch uses only a few ingredients and only takes a few minutes to make! ! It is perfect for any party or celebration.

Jazz This witch prepares your Halloween party and party with funny straws and weird gummy! Halloween punch, muddy punch, and ghoul aid are also must-make drinks that will definitely please the crowd!

A must for Halloween party!

My kids are addicted to Halloween drinks!

I think it might be because I made some Halloween drink recipes last year and they love it! I admit they are fun, so I decided to try some new recipes this year.

You may have seen that the Halloween hot cocoa we make is very popular. The next one I share with you today is the one I tried for Family Night a few weeks ago. We call it Witches Brew!

My husband is very excited because it has the taste of lime, which is one of his favorites (in fact, the whole family loves it!) It is very refreshing and it took a minute to put it together.

We also like that it is both a drink and a dessert. It is very suitable for any party or gathering, not limited to Halloween.

I used some Halloween straws to make things more vivid and added some gummy eyeballs. You can even use sticky worms to hang half of the glass outside, making it the perfect witch beer for the next Halloween party!

Witch Brewing

The best part of this recipe is that it only requires three main ingredients. Yes, that’s right!

  • Lime Sherbet
  • Ginger ale (or 7 UP/Sprite)
  • pineapple juice

If you want to make it greener and more festive, you can buy some green food coloring, worms and limes. 😉

Mix + enjoy. All you do is throw everything into a punch bowl before serving, and you are ready to go!

There is nothing easier or faster than this!

Of course, you can always work harder and scoop individual portions into cups with decorative straws and soft sweets. Or you can just prepare the cup and let people take a punch themselves. Either way, party guests will love this festive witch brew!

Prompt, change + store information

Let your witch brew smoke It’s actually very easy. You need some dry ice and a few non-glass bowls. Before I list the steps on how to make dry ice smoke, I need to provide some information about the bowl. First make sure the bowl is not glass, as cold dry ice may crack it. Secondly, one of the bowls needs to be small enough to fit a few pieces of dry ice into the other bowl. Now enter the direction:

  1. Use a hammer or other tool to break the dry ice into pieces. Wear gloves and do not let your skin come in contact with dry ice.
  2. Put a few pieces of dry ice in the bottom of a large bowl.
  3. Place the smaller bowl on dry ice.
  4. Add warm water to a larger bowl. The dry ice will start to smoke.
  5. When you need more smoke, add more small pieces of dry ice and hot water to a large bowl.
  6. Be careful not to let dry ice fall into the punch. May cause injury if swallowed.
  7. Store excess dry ice in a nearby cooler or, if possible, under the punch table.

Other interesting dressing ideas:

  • Fill the rubber gloves with water and freezeTon. Once the hole punch is cold, add rubber gloves to the hole punch bowl and you will have a floating hand to keep it cool.
  • Serve Black potThis is especially interesting when you use dry ice.
  • Add to black cherry Punch
  • Buy some Eyeball ping pong ball Let them float on the punch.

It will be super easy Make an orange version (Orange Sherbet and Orange Concentrate) for another Halloween version. You can even put it in a transparent cup and paint a pumpkin face on the outside. Just an idea. 😉

You are Don’t want this punch to lead too much Over time, because the soda may fade, the sherbet may melt. However, you can mix frozen limes with soda one hour before serving, and then add sherbet before serving.

Shop Any leftovers in the refrigerator. Carbonation will be reduced, but it is still safe and delicious to drink.

For more festive drinks, please check:

Course drinks

American cuisine

Preparation time 5 minutes

Total time 5 minutes

8 servings

Calories 271 kcal

Author Little Luna

  • 1 quart lime sherbet
  • 2 liters of ginger ale
  • 1 cup pineapple juice
  • If needed, green food coloring can make it more vigorous
  • Lime slices for garnish
  • Mythimna separata
  • Add ginger ale and pineapple juice to a pitcher or perforated bowl (if needed, add food coloring now)

  • Pour the sherbet with a spoon and mix slowly before serving, it will start to foam.

  • Decorate with fresh limes and armyworm, and enjoy!

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