10 Non-Alcoholic Drink RecipesDrinks for all ages!

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Not everyone at a party or BBQ will be drinking alcohol, even if it’s a kids-free event.

Water, of course, is a given. But it is not enough that you have water bottles stashed and ready. I mean, unless you’re hosting a hen’s night or buck’s night then there’s a really great chance your party will have some youngsters.

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Now it is time to rethink refreshments. Providing booze-free drinks for your guests is basically good hosting.

Throwing a birthday party? A Christmas dinner? BBQ? Then you definitely need to add some non-alcoholic drinks on your menu. Think fruit punch, lemonades and smoothies. Drinks great for adults, teens, kids and even some for toddlers!

1. Watermelon Lemonade

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via cookingclassy.com

While good old lemonade is always there to save the day, sometimes you need to do a little experimenting to spice things up. With just four ingredients, the very refreshing Watermelon Lemonade is a must-try!

2. Berry Sparkler

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via BitznGiggles.com

This is the drink you must concoct when you’re feeling celebratory! The layers make the drink look very festive and will certainly make the children feel special during occasions.

3. Virgin Strawberry Daiquiri

Virgin Strawberry Daiquiri
Via centercutcook.com

Who says you have to resort to childish drinks? This daiquiri is completely non-alcoholic but doesn’t fail to deliver that delicious and refreshing strawberry taste.

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4. Iced Green Tea with Mint & Ginger

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Via thekitchn.com

If being healthy is your jam, then this is the perfect drink for you! A twist on the classic iced tea, this one is made even more cooling (and nutritious!) with ginger and mint leaves.

5. Strawberry Lemonade Spritzer

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Via pintsizedbaker.com

Another yummy take on our classic lemonade, this recipe can also serve as an alternative to plain old soda because it uses a little bit of 7-Up. Kids will surely love this!

More non-alcoholic drink recipes next page!

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