Fall has so many fun things to celebrate and Halloween is the highlight of October that every kid looks forward to. As much as kids love the creepy holiday, we think that moms deserve a spooky treat like this Witches Brew Cocktail too!
This delicious bubbling green Halloween cocktail is based on Disney’s Evil Queen. Much like the poison apple captured Snow White’s attention, this tempting alcoholic witches brew recipe is too tasty to resist.
It’s the perfect “straight from the cauldron” witches brew Halloween cocktail for your big October brew ha-ha. But beware– too much of a good thing could put you under a spell… and send you into a deep sleep!
How to Make a Witches Brew Cocktail
Prep: 5 minutes
Cook: 0 minutes
Total: 5 minutes
Evil Queen Cocktail Ingredients
Matcha powder (Never fear, you won’t be able to taste the matcha)
Vodka (treat yourself to the good stuff!)
Dry ice (Do NOT consume dry ice – it is strictly for decoration)
Green food coloring, optional
Halloween Witches Brew Drink Directions
In a large glass bowl, add the matcha powder, vodka, and cream soda.
Whisk the ingredients together well to make sure that the matcha powder is well incorporated.
If there are some clumps after whisking well, remove the clumps with a spoon.
If you aren’t happy with the color, use the green food coloring by adding 2 drops at a time. Mix well and continue adding drops until the desired color has been reached.
Transfer the Witches Brew Cocktail to a pitcher, a witches brew pot, or creepy martini glasses.
Add dry ice and serve your spooky beverage to all your best ghoul friends.
If you enjoyed this Witches Brew Cocktail, get more spooky Halloween ideas, check out these Pumpkin Spice Krispie Treats. They are sure to make your kids scream in delight!
Printable Evil Queen Witches Cocktail Recipe
- 1/3 tsp matcha powder (you will not be able to taste the matcha)
- 36 ounces of cream soda
- 12 ounces of vodka
- dry ice (do NOT consume dry ice – it is strictly for decoration)
- (optional) green food coloring
1. In a large bowl, add every ingredient. Whisk well to make sure that the matcha powder is well incorporated. If there are some clumps after whisking well, you can remove the clumps with a spoon.
2. If using green food coloring, add 2 drops at a time, then mix well. Continue adding drops, then whisking, until the desired color has been reached.
3. Transfer the drink to a pitcher, punch bowl, or glasses. Add dry ice, and serve your spooky beverage
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 1341Total Fat: 0gSaturated Fat: 0gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 0gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 137mgCarbohydrates: 148gFiber: 0gSugar: 148gProtein: 0g
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