15 Delicious Non - Alcoholic Cocktail Recipes for Kids
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15 Delicious Non – Alcoholic Cocktail Recipes for Kids

You know when adults raise their glasses to toast something momentous? Kids fervently wish to be every bit of those wondrous celebrations too! What better way to do it, than raising a handcrafted mocktail? Non-alcoholic drinks for kids served in fancy glasses, with colored straws and select garnishes, can make all the difference. 

15 Delicious Non-Alcoholic Cocktail Recipes for Kids

There are plenty of groovy cocktail recipes to choose from. 

  1. Honey Lime Swirl

A great one to help kids cool off on a hot summer’s day – or night! One of the ‘cooler’ fun cocktails for kids. 


1 cup fresh lime juice

2 tbsp honey

5 cups water

1 cup fresh mint leaves, chopped

1 lemon slice 


Mix the ingredients in a pitcher and refrigerate for 30 minutes. Serve chilled. Garnish with a lemon slice 

  1. Virgin Rainbow Cocktail

Non-alcoholic drinks for kids are not ‘pot at the end of the rainbow’; they are the rainbow itself! 


2cl grenadine syrup

13cl orange juice

5cl lemonade

3 drops blue liquid food coloring 


Fill the glass with ice cubes. Pour the grenadine syrup, followed by orange juice. Finally add the lemonade premixed with 3 drops of food coloring. Watch the ice cubes ‘separate’ the ingredients into rainbow layers. 

  1. Tropical Fruit Punch

A party without a punch? No party at all! A must in the list of top cocktails for kids. 


¼ cup orange juice

½ cup pineapple juice

½ cup mango juice

A dash of grenadine syrup

½ cup crushed ice

A chopped Maraschino cherry, for garnishing 


Put some grenadine syrup in a martini glass with crushed ice. Add the juices one by one, to create layers. Garnish with chopped cherry bits. 

  1. Cinderella

Little Cinderella might have lost her shoe, but she surely found her cocktail! 


7cl orange juice

6cl pineapple syrup

2cl grenadine syrup

5cl lemonade 


Shake the orange juice, pineapple juice and grenadine syrup with ice cubes. Pour in a glass and top up with lemonade. Stir with a mixing spoon. 

  1. Banana Slush

Slushy drinks make for cool kids cocktails! 


1 ripe, chopped banana

2 cups fresh pineapple juice

2 cups ginger ale, homemade

1 cup frozen and thawed orange juice

1 cup frozen and thawed lemonade

1 cup raisin puree

3 cups water 


Blend the banana pieces, raisin puree and water and pour into a large bowl. Add pineapple juice, orange juice and lemonade. Mix well before storing in the refrigerator for 4 hours. Add ginger ale when serving. 

  1. Non-alcoholic Shirley Temple

What better choice of mocktail for kids, than a cocktail named after a child star? 


3cl grenadine syrup

17cl ginger ale

1 cherry 


Pour the grenadine syrup in a glass filled with ice, followed by ginger ale. Add a cherry to the glass. A literal ‘cherry on top’! 

  1. Cucumber and Lime Cordial

Cocktails for kids for sultry days.


1 cucumber, chopped

2 fresh limes, juiced

100g unrefined coconut sugar

200ml water 


Bring a mixture of sugar and water to a simmer over medium heat. Blend the cucumber to a smooth puree. Strain it to extract juice. Add sugar syrup and strain again. Then add lime and refrigerate for 2 weeks. Serve in a flute glass. 

  1. Non-alcoholic Sangria

Kids’ mocktails are best when they resemble all-time favorite adult cocktails. 


3 liters red grape juice

1 liter lemonade

0.5 liters grenadine syrup

Fruits of your choice (apples, oranges, strawberries…) 


Fill one-quarter of a large punch bowl with ice cubes before pouring in the grape juice, lemonade and grenadine syrup. Add the cut fruit, stir and let the mix macerate for a few hours.

  1. Mango Squash

Seasonal fun drinks for kids like these! 


1 cup homemade mango juice

2 tbsp lemon juice

2 tbsp coconut sugar

2 cups water 


Let a mixture of brown sugar and water boil in a saucepan over low heat. When the mixture starts boiling, turn the heat to high and stir until you get a smooth consistency. Turn off the flame before adding the lemon and mango juices and mixing well. Chill for an hour before serving.

  1. Batman

Little Cinderella has her custom mocktail; why not Junior Batman? 


2cl grenadine syrup

12cl orange juice

6cl lemonade 


Pour the grenadine syrup in a glass that has ice cubes. Follow it with orange juice and lemonade and decorate with an orange slice.

  1. Berry-Berry

A mocktail with ‘berries’? Berry good! 


1 cup fresh berries, chopped

1 cup coconut milk

½ cup crushed ice

1 tbsp honey 


Blend all the ingredients. Pour into a Collins glass and add crushed ice before serving.

  1. Afterglow

Really, one of the simplest mocktail recipes. 


5cl orange juice

5cl pineapple juice

2cl grenadine syrup 


Shake the orange juice, pineapple juice and grenadine syrup before straining into an ice-filled glass.

  1. Virgin Pina Colada

You can’t go wrong with the classics! 


½ cup fresh pineapple juice

½ cup canned coconut milk

1/8 cup coconut cream

2 tbsp honey

1 tbsp vanilla paste

1 pineapple, for garnishing 


Blend the ingredients and pour into a glass. Garnish with pineapple slices.

  1. Florida

Summer drinks to cool off in style. 


6cl orange juice

6cl pineapple juice

5cl lemon juice

3cl grenadine syrup 


Shake the fruit juices with the grenadine syrup, and strain into a glass. Wedge a slice of orange into the glass’s rim.

  1. Coco Lemonade

A cool twist to the classic lemonade! 


1 cup frozen pineapple, thawed

1 cup fresh lemonade, homemade

½ cup coconut milk

1 pineapple slice, for garnishing 


Blend the frozen pineapple, coconut milk and lemonade and pour into a clean coconut shell. Garnish with a pineapple slice. 

Who says only adults can have all the fun at fun social gatherings? With these stellar mocktail recipes, you have a wide array of choices to choose from, towards curating the perfect non-alcoholic drink for your kids. Visit EuroKids to learn more.

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