I tried the Frozen one, which I have now dubbed a Crack Slushy, because it’s that addicting.If there was one thing I was disappointed in, it was that there was no alcoholic butterbeer version sold.but the other huge factor was the 3 of us are HUGE Harry Potter fans, and a few years ago The Wizarding World of Harry Potter opened up. They make two versions at the park, one frozen, and one unfrozen.
Combine Butterscotch syrup with heavy whipping cream and set aside. Recipe#2: We tried this recipe from Autumn at Designdazzle.Love the sweetness in this one, it’s definitely sweeter than the previously mentioned, and one of our favorites. Pour your ingredients for the cream topping into a mixer and mix until a consistency of whipped cream. In a tumbler, mix together the ice, schnapps, vodka, and cream soda. In a small container, use a fork to whip together marshmallow fluff and a bit of butterscotch schnapps.Whip together until it’s liquid and easily pour-able. For the cream topping, we used the same idea from recipe #4.Recipe #3: We got this from a youtube video that was pretty highly rated. It’s alcoholic butterbeer created by twoveggies, and it’s dangerously good.It’s another one that’s creative, using jello mix, and tastes close to Universal’s recipe. Add in your 1-2 tsp of butterscotch sundae syrup (to taste) and stir. It’s how we originally envisioned it from the book, as refreshing and sweet and creamy as the one’s served at Universal, but with a slight kick in it, spiked with butterscotch schnapps.