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Learn how to make amazing party drinks your guests will crave!
This version of sangria calls for cranberry juice cocktail in place of red wine.
Most kids won't eat a worm unless that worm is gummy. So we put them in this "rotten" punch to make it extra yummy.
Making fruit punch is a bit like playing mad scientist -- which is why it's so much fun to do with kids. You add a little of this and a lot of that to a pitcher until you come up with a drink that's "perfect."
A delicious dinosaur punch perfect for any kid-friendly party.
While you enjoy a true daiquiri, offer your kids this innocent version of the grown-up drink.
Tart and sweet. You can buy dried sorrel leaves for this Christmas time drink all year round in the Caribbean and in health-food stores.
A deliciously creepy Halloween drink.
The limeade won't be all that green, but you can always add some food coloring.
You just can't have a Christmas party without eggnog.
Rather than using the traditional sangria ingredient of red wine, this kids' recipe calls for cranberry/raspberry juice.
From the kitchen of Lisa, East Hampton, Connecticut.
From the kitchen of Bridget, Fort Collins, Colorado.