Non Alcoholic Drinks for Summer

by: Samantha M

Summer is all about pool parties, BBQ's, and drinks. But if you have little ones around, it can be fun to include them at the grown-up table with their own non-alcoholic beverage to sip on next to the pool or just hanging in the backyeard.

We have found several different kid friendly drink recipes from https://www.fromvalerieskitchen.com/10-kid-friendly-drink-recipes/. We have picked our top 5 favorites, but as always, click the link if you'd like to try any of the other recipes that they have listed.


Everyone loves simple. If you are in a household with more than one child, simple is always better. Something that takes almost no thought and something that is easy is always a safe bet. So the first “Kid Friendly Drink” that we saw was the...


Refreshing Lime Water!

To get the recipe for lime water, visit this link and check it out https://selfproclaimedfoodie.com/refreshing-lime-water/


This next recipe is a little more advanced, but definitely worth the work! This recipe is for the...

Tropical Party Punch!

To get the recipe for Tropical Party Punch, visit this link and check it out https://realhousemoms.com/tropical-party-punch-recipe/.


Cherries are a signature summer fruit. They are in almost every drink and on virtually every piece of swimwear I've seen. Lemonade is a must have for these hot Florida summers! So it would make sense to combine them and make a delicious drink, right?

Cherry Limeade!

To get the recipe for Cherry Limeade, visit this link and check it out https://www.wineandglue.com/cherry-limeade/.


I've got great news! This next recipe does not involve limes! But it does involve citrus. Sangria is a classic drink. There are so many ways to modify it and add your own twist to it, how could it not be a favorite? Our next recipe is for...

Immune Boosting Citrus Sangria!

To get the recipe for a Citrus Sangria, visit this link and check it out


We saved the best for last! Have you ever heard of Arnold Palmer? Golfing legend? I'm sure when you read “Arnold Palmer” your first thought was not about golf. And that's okay. Because we are talking about a...

Slow Melt Arnold Palmer

To get the recipe for a Slow Melt Arnold Palmer, visit this link and check it out


No matter your decision, you can't go wrong with these or any of the other amazing “Kid Friendly Drink Recipes” that are linked in the beginning of this article. Kids of any age are guaranteed to be smiling all day long with drinks like this!


Leave us a comment down below and tell us your favorite summer drink!

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Heather D 4 Years ago Reply

We do a lot of frozen drinks. So simple and the kids love them. Just put your favorite juice such as grape, cranberry or even lemonade in the freezer then pull it out before fully frozen mash up for the perfect slushy. 

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