This is an easy smoothie recipe with just a few ingredients: milk (I prefer almond milk), apple juice, diced apple, and sugar-free caramel sauce.
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This delicious unicorn smoothie has a strawberry base with swirls of magical blue yoghurt. You can also incorporate swirls of mango puree.
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For a homemade fruit soda all you need is a fruit syrup and some sparkling water. This grape soda is sugar-free, with a dash of lemon to give it a pop. If you start your kids on the natural alternative early enough, they’ll never miss the processed stuff!
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Perfect for winter birthdays, this festive drink is made with natural orange and pomegranate juices, and topped with a fizzy soda.
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This drink is made with the sparkling water, sliced strawberries and lemons, a bit of lemonade concentrate, and a touch of vanilla flavoring. It’s delicious and perfect for a party!
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While technically not a beverage, this snow cone recipe is going to make the kids (and parents) giddy! Especially since they are much cheaper and healthier than the real thing!
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If your kids are obsessed with Minions like mine are, this yummy smoothie might be the perfect drink for their next party.
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Hosting a rainbow themed party? Or just love pretty colours? This vibrant smoothie is the perfect beverage for a fun event. I love that it includes nutritious ingredients.
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For a toddler's birthday party serving milk with a touch of vanilla in cute bottles is easy, healthy, and fun!
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For a fun bubbly option, serve the kids this lower sugar version of the classic kiddie cocktail.
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What's better than a big glass of refreshing lemonade in the summer? Kids will love this naturally sweetened lemonade.
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Kids love anything in the form of a slushie. With only three ingredients, this low-sugar watermelon ice recipe is a crowd pleaser.
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Homemade chocolate syrup is made with just a few basic ingredients: cocoa powder (the chocolate punch), water, pure maple syrup (the sweetness), vanilla extract, and a pinch of salt.
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Serve these two-ingredient slushies with colour changing straws for a grand slam with your kids and their friends.
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Sticking with the watermelon theme for summer, these sparkling watermelon sippers are delish. Serve them in a mason jar with a patterned straw for added fun.
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A purple blueberry ginger sparkler can be a fun way to showcase fabulous printables that match your kid's party theme.
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Whether for Halloween or a super hero party, a green spider smoothie is a fun addition.
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Fruity lemonade is always a good idea. Serve it in individual glasses or a big beverage container.
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Hosting a Disney themed bash? These colorful drinks will add a healthy pop to your party.
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Agua Fresca just screams summer and with three fruity flavors, kids will be excited to get sipping!
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