Mocktails for kids

Having a New Year’s Eve Party?
Fancy drinks all around?
But, what about the kids?
Both of my kids are old enough to stay up till the ball drops so I thought they’d like to have a fancy drink as well.
Here are a few mocktails for kids. Be creative, rim the glass with some Pop Rocks or Pixi Sticks, freeze gummi worms for ice cubes.
Use your imagination!
Epic+Lemonade Mocktails for kids
Steven and Chris


3 ounces pink lemonade
½ cup frozen raspberries (thawed)
1 cup ice
1 ounce pineapple juice

Place all ingredients into a blender and blend until smooth. Adjust the amount of ice depending on the thickness desired.
(adapted from Steven & Chris)

200406602 Mocktails for kids


Chill a wine goblet with ice. Add 2 oz. cranberry juice and 4 oz. chilled apple cider. Stir to mix. Garnish with a cinnamon stick.
(adapted from Squidoo)

200109206 Mocktails for kids


In a blender, combine 1 cup ice, 1 whole banana, 5 fresh strawberries, 5 oz. pineapple juice and 4 oz. coconut milk. Blend until smooth and strain into a glass. Garnish with a slice of banana or strawberry.

(adapted from LCBO)

Coco+Colada Mocktails for kids

In a blender, add 1 cup ice, 4 oz. pineapple juice and 2 oz. cream of coconut (or 6 oz. pina colada mix). Blend until slushy and strain into an old fashioned drinking or margarita glass. Garnish with an orange wheel.
(adapted from LCBO)

Cool+Frost Mocktails for kids


To a blender, add 1 cup ice, 1 scoop mint chocolate chip ice cream and ½ cup milk. Blend and pour into a martini glass. Drizzle 1 tsp. chocolate sauce on top and garnish with a candy cane.

(adapted from LCBO)

Countdown Mocktails for kids

To a flute, add ½ oz passionfruit juice, ½ oz cranberry juice and ½ fresh strawberry, sliced. Top with 4 oz chilled sparkling water.
(adapted from LCBO)

christmas drinks smore mocktail Mocktails for kids



5 ounces milk
1 tablespoon chocolate syrup
1 – 2 tablespoons Kraft Jet-Puffed Marshmallow Creme
graham cracker

1 chocolate bar piece

Add milk into a mug or glass.
Stir in chocolate syrup until combined.
Spoon marshmallow creme on top of the cocktail.
Wait for a couple of minutes and the cream will settle forming a smooth topping.
Insert the graham cracker and chocolate bar piece into the creme topping and serve.
(adapted from

Imagine, Improvise & Invent



  1. So Cute!

  2. Forget the kids…I want to taste these!! {no, don’t forget the kids}
    These sound amazing! Pop rocks—that’ll get the party going :)
    Thanks SO much for sharing at the Kiss & Tell party over at my place, Sarah!

  3. Hi Sarah, Thank you for sharing these awesome ideas at my Fab Friday Linky Pary. I like them so much that I am featuring them in my “Favorites” post tonight. Please feel free to take an “I Was Featured” button if you’d like & come back again next Friday!

    Warmly, Michelle

  4. I just had to feature this on my Facebook page in time for the weekend!!
    <3 Christina

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