Dreamsicle Moonshine

Get ready to fall on your butt with this Dreamsicle Moonshine recipe because it’s that good!

Very easy to make, yet delivers a hefty punch in a wrapping you can’t get enough of. This party moonshine mix is dangerously tasty and deceitfully light until you try to stand up after a couple!

The ingredients can be sourced at any decent grocery store, and even in case you don’t have any moonshine on you, this part can also be substituted with something store-bought.

Dreamsicle Moonshine
 
A recipe that's oh so dreamy!
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Ingredients
  • 3 Cups of 190+ Proof Moonshine
  • 1/2 Cup of Powdered French Vanilla Coffee Creamer
  • 4 Teaspoons of Vanilla Extract
  • 2 Cups of Table Sugar
  • 1 Gallon of Orange Juice

    Equipment - See our guide here!
  • Boiling Pot
  • Mixing Spoon
  • Storage Container or Moonshine Jars
Instructions
  1. Pour 1 gallon of orange juice into the pot and bring it to a boil.
  2. Mix in vanilla extract, sugar, and coffee creamer, stir well until fully dissolved.
  3. Turn the heat off and let the mixture cool to room temperature, then add moonshine.
  4. Transfer to storage container or bottles and keep for at least a couple of days before drinking.
Notes
Preferably keep the mixture in a cool and dark place like the fridge.

The longer you mature it, the mellower the taste will become.

Use Everclear if you must, but we recommend you experience the glory that is making infusions with your own shine. Check out our guide on how to make moonshine!

Great Ways to Enjoy this Recipe

Plan the Party

This recipe is always a kick at parties! Spice up the delivery with these fun moonshine jars! Everyone gets a color!

Give the Perfect Gift

There’s some great ideas out there for your friends and family who love some good hooch!

This shirt is perfect for those who always find some time to ‘shine

A great little set to break out when the friends are over. They’ll love these moonshine-themed mini mason jars!

16 thoughts on “Dreamsicle Moonshine”

    • Using a liquid creamer would dilute the recipe a bit since you’re adding more liquid to the mix so I’d suggest experimenting with the amount you add. Please let us know how it works out for you!

  1. I made this almost two weeks ago and put the jars in the refrigerator. The color does NOT look like the picture you posted and it still tastes like orange juice…help!!

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