I recently hosted a Hocus Pocus watch party and of course had to serve a witches brew! This drink started off as a simple party punch, but with a few pinches of lime sherbet and sprinkles of Grey Goose, it became a true witches’ brew. This spooky sherbet spritzer is sweet and frothy, and one chilling ingredient makes it bubble over with magic!
What You Need:
2 liter bottle of Sprite or Sprite Zero
Lime Sherbet (I used store brand)
Food Grade Dry Ice
Not pictured: If you’re looking for a more sweet and/or sour flavor, add simple syrup and lime juice, or your favorite margarita/sweet & sour mix. I added about 1/4 cup good quality lime juice to give it an extra sour tang!
Next, follow these easy steps:
- In a large pitcher or punch bowl, pour the entire bottle of Sprite.
- Mix in the sherbet, as much or as little as you like, I used about 6 large scoops.
- Add 1/2 cup Grey Goose.
- Add 1/4 cup simple syrup and 1/4 cup lime juice
- Add the dry ice and watch this cocktail become a potion from the past!
This is also so easy to make kid friendly by mixing Sprite and sherbet alone. It’s green, frothy, and fun! My niece and nephew absolutely loved it! You can also make it different colors by adding different flavors of sherbet. Orange would be cute for a pumpkin theme or pink for a little girls party.
Spooky Sherbet Spritzer
- 2 liter bottle of Sprite or Sprite Zero
- 1 tub Lime sherbet
- 1/2 cup Grey Goose vodka
- 1/4 cup Simple syrup
- 1/4 cup Lime juice good quality, I like Santa Cruz or Lakewood organics brands
- Margarita/sweet & sour mix optional (could be used instead of simple syrup/lime juice)
- Dry ice
- In a large pitcher or punch bowl, pour in entire bottle of Sprite.
- Mix in the sherbet (about 6 scoops)
- Add Grey Goose vodka.
- Add simple syrup and lime juice (or margarita mix)
- Carefully add the dry ice. Wait for all of the dry ice to stop bubbling before pouring for your guests
The dry ice will take the drink from a fizzy cocktail to a bubbling concoction perfect for a Halloween party! Not only is it delicious but the experience of the dry ice makes this spooky sherbet spritzer a necessity at every party this October. If you’re looking for more fall drink recipes, try this honey fig martini recipe.
How do you feel about drinking this witches’ brew? Let me know in the comments or on my Instagram @lo_chandler.
Thanks for reading!
Xo – Lo