A Spooky Dirty Shirley is a Halloween party staple. We know Dirty Shirley’s were the drink of the summertime but did you know it extended throughout the spooky season?
The dirty Shirley was THE drink of the summertime. It’s so nostalgic for me – being a millennial and all. I grew up with Shirley temples so it’s weird that now it’s a popular alcoholic drink. But, I love it and I know you will too.
I always claim that “food is fun” and I stand by that. Also, include cocktails in that as well. A dirty Shirley is such a simple and easy drink to make but bam! You add in a syringe and it’s spooky. That’s what’s great about accessories or fun items you add to your food or drinks. One minute it’s a boring drink and the next it looks like you put in a ton of effort into a fancy cocktail.
Spooky Dirty Shirley
Here’s what you’ll need:
- Diet 7 UP – Feel free to use Sprite Zero or regular soda. Just keep in mind the macros at the end will change if regular soda is used.
- Shaker Cup
Additional Spooky Halloween Recipes
- Monster Munch
- Bloody Adult Capri Sun
- Slow Cooker Witches Stew
- Bloody Vodka Syringe Shots
- Skeleton Veggie Tray
- Bloody Cinnamon Roll Guts
- Frankenstein Feet Loaf
- Skinny Witches Brew
- Spooky Spaghetti Squash
- Terrifyingly Delicious Margarita
- Easy Chicken Stuffed Angry Pumpkin Bell Peppers
Try out this recipe?
So, did you try out this recipe? I’d love to see you recreate it. Also, don’t forget to tag me on Instagram, TikTok and Facebook so I can see.
Spooky Dirty Shirley
To a shaker cup, add your vodka and grenadine. Now, shake!
Split in half and draw up with your syringes.
Next, add ice to a glass and fill with the desired amount of 7-Up. I did about 6 ounces.
Add in your syringe filled with your vodka and grenadine. Serve like this and let your guests add in the "medicine" and use the syringe as a stir stick.
Serving Size 1
- Amount Per Serving
- Calories 200kcal
- % Daily Value *
- Total Carbohydrate 20g7%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily value may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.