Delicious homemade hot chocolate recipe that is turned into a festive Halloween drink! This Witches Brew Hot Chocolate is colored purple and topped with whipped cream, gummy worms, candy eyes and sprinkles for a creepy, fun beverage the kids will love!
There’s nothing more fun than creepy, crawly treats for Halloween and now you can have a kid friendly drink to go with it! Did someone say Witches Brew Hot Chocolate Bar at your next party?
This quick and easy Halloween beverage starts with a delicious homemade white hot chocolate that is colored purple and topped with whipped cream, candy eyes, sprinkles and gummy worms.
It’s so easy to make the kids can help make the hot chocolate even! They will love having fun topping it with all their favorite Halloween candies!
Perfect for after trick or treating or your next Halloween party.
- Whole milk – This gives it a rich taste and we recommend using a milk with a higher fat percentage.
- White chocolate chips – We used Ghirardelli chocolate chips. If you can’t find those, you can always get a better quality white chocolate bar and chop it up until you have one cup of chocolate chunks.
- Vanilla extract
- Purple food coloring – If you don’t have this you can mix blue and red food coloring together to get a purple hot chocolate or grab the food coloring at any craft store or on Amazon.
- Whipped cream – Grab a can to make it easy or make your own homemade whipped topping and put it in a pastry bag to pipe on the top.
- Toppings – We used Gummy worms, candy eyes and Halloween sprinkles.
Make Homemade Hot Chocolate!
In a medium saucepan, combine the milk, chocolate chips, and vanilla. Heat it over low heat and stir until all the chocolate is melted and warmed.
Add in enough food coloring till you get a vibrate purple.
Decorate & Enjoy!
Pour the chocolate mixture into four cups. Top them with the whipped cream, gummy worms, candy eyes, and sprinkles.
Use your imagination for the toppings. The sky is the limit!!
You can find it at any craft store or on Amazon. If you have blue and red food coloring you can mix those together to get a purple color.
What kind of white chocolate do you use?
I like to use the Ghirardelli chocolate chips. If you can’t find those, you can always get a better quality white chocolate bar and chop it up until you have one cup of chocolate chunks.
While you can make it ahead of time and just reheat it in the microwave, it’s so simple to make that I recommend for the best quality just making it and serving it right away.
Store your leftovers in an airtight container in the fridge raider for up to three days for optimal freshness.
MORE HALLOWEEN TREATS!
- Quick and easy Mummy Hot Dogs are an easy dinner on Halloween or the perfect snack at parties!
- Need anther fun Halloween Treat? Try these chocolate Halloween Monster Cookies!
- Monster Rice Krispie Treats are a hit with the kids for an easy Halloween Snack.
- Even Vampires need help with their teeth. Too much sugar in the blood or something. These Dracula Dentures are just what we need!
Have fun concocting your Witches Brew Hot Chocolate for your parties!
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Witches Brew Hot Chocolate
Quick and easy Halloween drink! White hot chocolate that is colored purple for a fun Witches Brew Hot Chocolate topped with whipped cream, candy eyes, sprinkles and gummy worms.
- 4 cups whole milk
- 11 oz white chocolate chips
- 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
- purple food coloring
- 1 can whip cream
- 12 gummy worms
- Candy eyes
- Halloween sprinkles
- In a medium saucepan, combine the milk, chocolate chips, and vanilla. Heat it over low heat and stir until all the chocolate is melted and warmed. Add in enough food coloring till you get a vibrate purple.
- Pour the chocolate mixture into four cups.
- Top them with the whipped cream, gummy worms, candy eyes, and sprinkles.
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This is cute, but I’m lactose intolerant. Could I use soy milk or something else?
I think anything you normally substitute would work.