If you love showing your guests a good time with a nonalcoholic drink, then you’ve probably wanted to find easy recipes that will work for you! This Swamp Water Drink (Non-Alcoholic) recipe will put a daring twist on a fun drink for kids or adults.
Swamp Water Drink (Non-Alcoholic)
This Swamp Water drink recipe is so good! The drink looks like it is full of swampland mud in a marshland container, but it is effortless to put together.
This drink is perfect for a Bigfoot party, Shrek parties, or Halloween. Not to mention if you are hosting an alligator or crocodile party, people you know would want an invitation to that too!
Here’s what you’ll need to make the Swamp Water Drink and the materials needed to create the Drink Dispenser.
- Root beer- A&W Root beer
- Vanilla Ice Cream (Optional but it’s great to add to the cups for rootbeer floats)
- Glass Beverage Drink Dispenser (Check Amazon’s Price here!)
- Recycled Box for sign
- Crayons (Brown and Black)
- Hole Punch
- Green Ribbon
- Spanish Moss
- Turtle or Tortoise
How to Make Swamp Water Drink (Non-Alcoholic)
Prepare the beverage drink dispenser by using a glass beverage drink dispenser.
First, we used a recycled box and cut a piece of cardboard. We cut the edges to look more like a broken piece of wood.
Tip: The flap of the box may work the best for size and shape, depending on the box.
Next, we used a brown crayon to color the cardboard to make it look like cardboard wood.
After that, we used a black crayon and wrote “Swamp Water” on the cardboard.
Next, we used a hole punch to make holes for the green ribbon.
The next thing we did was add Spanish moss to the top of the lid and placed a turtle on top for added swamp decor.
Tip: If your party is outdoors, a piece of tape under the Spanish moss will keep it from blowing off.
After the container decor is together, we poured a 2-liter of cold A & W Root beer inside. It is brown and gives it a swampy feel.
We didn’t add the ice cream inside the container, but instead, guests were given the option to turn it into a rootbeer float.
My co-worker used lime green Gatorade for a swamp water gatorade and a swamp water punch recipe. Therefore, that is an option too.
This is relatively simple to do and even a fun drink for camping! The kids and adult guests loved this idea! We can’t wait to show them what we made next!