Let kids join in on the New Year’s Eve party by serving up these non-alcoholic festive drinks and mocktails!
These parties are so exciting, with a new year on the horizon, but usually kids want to partake in the fun as well. Now they can! Fix them these fancy drinks in a cute little glass and let them toast with the adults for a rockin’ New Year’s celebration!
Enjoy our list of New Years Eve drinks and mocktails for kids!
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Pink blueberry lemonade is sweet, delicious, and super simple to make. You can even use this recipe to make frozen drinks and desserts.
This sparkling mocktail is made with pomegranate juice, seltzer water, and a homemade simple syrup! It’s carbonated, sweet, and tangy!
I love that this punch recipe is meant for a small batch. However, if you have a ton of kids at your party you can easily double it.
Serve these fancy milk glasses with a warm batch of cookies! The rim is coated with colorful sprinkles making them festive and exciting.
This mocktail kid friendly recipe only requires 4 ingredients and is bright pink in color! Some even choose to add a little whipped cream on top!
Not only are these delicious and filled with fruit, they also add a punch to your presentation! You may even get your kids to eat the fruit this time!
With just 3 ingredients you can have this drink whipped up in no time! While the recipe uses fresh strawberries, you can turn it into a frozen beverage by using frozen berries, which kids may enjoy even more!
I am in love with the color of this Starbucks copycat! The brightness comes from using dragon fruit. As for the other ingredients you’ll need mango, apple juice, green tea, and coconut milk.
Use up your frozen strawberries to make this ombre looking drink! The flavors are rather tropical and you could add some New Year’s Eve drink toppers for more fun!
All you need to make this kiddy drink is cream soda and lemonade! Don’t forget to rim the glass with pink sugar and add a bite of cotton candy for the full experience!
This just looks like a party in a glass! The instructions recommend adding it to a punch bowl with a little dry ice, which will mesmerize the kids and give the full party effect!
These sparkling drinks are tasty and you only need 2 ingredients! They say you can add cotton candy or rock candy for more fun!
Even though the drink is pretty tasty, I highly recommend you serve it with a sparkly rim and a fancy glass. Kids will love these and they are easy enough to make that they can help too!
This drink is nostalgic for those who grew up with Fun Dip! Simply mix the powder with Sprite and grenadine for a simple mocktail recipe.
Sweet, sour, and made in just 2 minutes, this recipe is a winner! The blue color comes from food coloring, so you can swap that to any color you would like to fit your party.
There are 3 different recipes to choose from, all which are beautiful and tasty! Make one or all three, the choice is yours!
Kids will love staring at the gummy bears through the sparkly drink. This one does need a little extra time to chill in the fridge, but can still be ready in an hour.
These may remind you of a tequila sunrise, but don’t worry there’s no alcohol! It’s a layered drink with orange juice, lemonade, and grenadine. Very easy to make with flavors kids will love.
Such a fun twist on the classic version. Made with strawberries and white chocolate, warmed on the stovetop with milk. Top it with whipped cream for the best holiday drink.
Make all the colors in the rainbow by using Skittles and Sprite! Such an easy recipe, but fun to make as you watch the soda change colors!
Add cotton candy to a glass and let kids watch as it disappears to make a delicious drink! Use rainbow licorice and a rim glass to be more festive.
Little girls will love this mermaid inspired drink! All you need are tall glasses, Gatorade, and pineapple juice. It’s so pretty to look at!
Add some twisty straws and glow sticks for kids to wear and you have the ultimate party scene!
The ring pops are what flavor the seltzer and give it that beautiful color!
Here’s another blue drink topped with whipped cream that makes a festive party drink and will remind you of the Smurfs. Don’t like blue? Swap the food coloring!
The kids will love whipping up their own drinks using the blender! Serve in a fancy glass rimmed with sugar for more of a party vibe! Add NYE drink toppers or fun straws for more festivity.
Use this technique along with any of the other mocktail recipes found here for a fun party drink! You are basically placing a clear cup inside of the one that contains the glow stick, that way it’s not actually floating in their drinks!
We hope you and your kids have a fabulous New Year’s Eve celebration and that these mocktails and kiddy drinks will add even more life to your party! Don’t forget that you could also host a drink bar. You would print out the recipe and sit out the ingredients. Then kids (with parent’s help) could mix up their drinks for a fun experience!