Who says that Halloween cocktails have to be nothing more than a bowl of spiked punch? This Toxic Waste Cocktail is bubbling over with taste! This eerie concoction is made with white wine, lime juice, lime sherbet, and sweetened condensed milk.
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Toxic Waste Cocktail
The full ingredients list and instructions are found in the printable recipe card at the end of this post. I highly recommend reading the blog post all the way through so that you don’t miss any tips or substitution suggestions and to ensure that you have all the ingredients and equipment required as well as understand the steps and timings involved.
There are so many awesome themes you could use when throwing a Halloween party, and one that I think works great for kids and adults is a Mad Scientist theme. By the way, here are 31 Wicked Good Halloween Party Themes! for you to check out too!
This Toxic Waste Cocktail which is served in a lab bottle – called an Erlenmeyer Flask – is the perfect drink to serve. And it is so easy to make into a non-alcoholic mocktail for kids and non-drinkers too.
For kids, these science party cups with crazy straws are absolutely brilliant!
Ingredients Used In This Cocktail
For your convenience, I’ve linked any specialized ingredients needed for this recipe to Amazon below.
- White Wine – Pinot Grigio, Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, or whatever your favorite is.
- Sweetened Condensed Milk
- Lime Juice – use key lime juice if you can
- Lime Sherbet/Sorbet
More Halloween Cocktails To Make
Want to make more cocktails? I think you’re going to love these ones:
- Sanderson Sisters Cocktail – Amok Amok Amok!
- Voodoo Cocktail
- Spiked Ice Cream Float Cocktail
- Zombie Apocalypse Cocktail
Toxic Waste cocktail Variations
I like to try and give variations on the cocktails shared on The Purple Pumpkin Blog, and especially turning the cocktail into a mocktail so that non-drinkers (and kids if suitable) can enjoy the drink too!
Virgin Toxic Waste Mocktail (non-alcoholic)
So that non-drinkers can enjoy a flask of this toxic tonic, we can easily remove the wine and replace it with lemon-lime soda.
To make a Toxic Waste Mocktail, follow the recipe card, but replace the alcoholic elements with lemon-lime soda.
Frozen Toxic Waste
Want to turn this cocktail into a frozen slushie? Easy! Put all the ingredients in a blender with a generous amount of crushed ice – then blend till smooth. Serve with a straw, and watch out for brain freeze! You could do the same with the mocktail version too.
This cocktail recipe is intended for adults of legal drinking age in your country of residence. Please drink responsibly. Do not drink and drive.
How Do I Make a Toxic Waste Cocktail?
Just check out the recipe card below with full ingredients and instructions. You can print the card out too (don’t worry, any pics don’t print to save your ink!).
- 1 tablespoon sweetened condensed milk
- 1 tablespoon lime juice
- 4 tablespoons lime sherbert (sorbet)
- 5 oz Pinot Grigio
- Add the condensed milk and lime juice to an Erlenmeyer flask or glass.
- Swirl to combine.
- Add the lime sherbet and top up with Pinot Grigo and add a straw.
Place the flasks or glasses in the freezer first for 10-15 minutes to chill down before adding ingredients.
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Nutrition Information:Yield: 1 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 267Total Fat: 3gSaturated Fat: 2gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 1gCholesterol: 7mgSodium: 58mgCarbohydrates: 33gFiber: 1gSugar: 26gProtein: 2g
This site uses Nutritionix to provide estimated nutrition. Nutritional information is always approximate and will depend on the quality of ingredients used and serving sizes. If you need exact calories and macros, please do your own calculations.
Make It A Meal!
The beverage is covered, but what about other dishes to make this recipe into a full meal? Here are my suggestions!
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The post is part of the Crafty October series on The Purple Pumpkin Blog is filled with free printables, crafts, recipes, and more for Halloween and Fall! You can check out Crafty October from 2020, 2019, 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013, and 2012 for tons of awesome Halloween ideas and inspiration!