Halloween Cocktail & Dessert Recipe from Rosemary’s Baby


Halloween means horror, so we have cocktail and dessert recipes from Rosemary’s Baby! Recipes below!
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Vodka Blush
2½ oz vodka (appropriately, I’m using the fabulous Death’s Door Vodka, which is perfect for all sorts of Halloween concoctions)
¾ oz fresh lime juice
A dash of grenadine
Shake all ingredients with ice and strain into a chilled cocktail glass. For maximum movie authenticity, garnish with a cherry.

Mousse au Chocolat (from 1961’s New York Times Cook Book)
2 eggs separated, with whites beaten to stiff peaks and beat the whites until they’re stiff
Semi sweet chocolate pieces
2½ TBSP boiling water
1 TBSP dark rum
Blend chocolate for 6 seconds in a blender. Add boiling water and blend for another 10 seconds. Next, add the egg yolks dark rum and blend for 3 seconds or until smooth. Fold into egg whites, spoon into serving dishes and refrigerate for one hour before serving.

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  1. RB is one of the most horrifying horror flicks I've ever seen — It takes a close second to The Shining. (One shudders to think what Jack Nicholson could have done with the role of Roman!) As always, your couture is impeccable.

  2. When you said you were making mousse au chocolat, I wondered if you'd add in the Secanol or whatever Ruth Gordon used in hers. Good to see it's only brandy! 🙂

  3. I haven't watched that movie cause my Mom said it was very disturbing. LOL. The drink and the mousse looks delicious