Witch's Brew




About: I am a young man who enjoys the out doors, music, technology, and anything related to the rat pack. im am very passionate about music and robotics.

Witch's brew is a punch I make every year for Halloween parties.

Step 1: Ingredients

You will need the following ingredients:

     -lemon-lime soda  (I use 7up)
     -vanilla ice cream
     -fruit juice (i suggest cranberry because it looks like blood)
     -food coloring (optional)
     -gummy worms (optional)
     -dry ice
     -punch bowl

Step 2: Mix the Soda and the Juice

Mix the same amount soda and juice evenly inside your punch bowl, you can also add red food coloring to make it look more like blood.

Step 3: Add the Ice Cream

Now add 3-5 scoops of vanilla ice cream and lightly stir (its OK if there are chunks of ice cream). The ice cream doesn't only add flavor to the punch, it makes it taste like a creamy Popsicle, but it also makes it look a little creepy and gooey.

Step 4: Add Gummy Worms

Now sprinkle in a few packets of gummy worms.

Step 5: Add Dry Ice

The final step is adding dry ice.  Make sure to wear gloves when adding the dry ice.  You need to be careful adding the dry ice, because the ice can give you a chemical burn if it comes into contact with your skin.   Put large chunks of dry ice to make sure no one puts some in their cup by mistake and be sure to worn people about the danger of dry ice. Once the dry ice is added the punch will start bubbling and making smoke rings. Keep the dry ice in a freezer when not in use.

Step 6: Enjoy

Have fun and thank you for reading!



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    3 Discussions


    5 years ago on Introduction

    Wow I remembered something like this years ago , I am so glad to have found your witches brew I'll be making this for Halloween

    1 reply

    5 years ago on Introduction

    DO NOT store in a freezer! Leave outside or in a well ventilated room. Remember, dry ice isnt really ice, its a gas!