Celebrate Red, White and Blue Drink | Captain America Kids Drink


With the new Avengers movie coming out, it's time to have some fun with all things Captain America. This easy kid-friendly drink idea, is not only perfect for Captain American fans, but also a great drink idea for the 4th of July and Memorial day with all of the red, white and blue colors! Pin Captain America Kids Drink Celebrate Red, White & Blue to your board now!

Our Captain America Kids Drink, celebrate red, white and blue drink is easy to make and perfect for the kids to drink it. With two patriotic holidays coming up, Memorial Day and 4th of July, layering red, white and blue colors is a fun drink for a summer party! Grab the recipe down below!

 

With the new Avengers movie coming out, it's time to have some fun with all things Captain America. This easy kid-friendly drink idea, is not only perfect for Captain American fans, but also a great drink idea for the 4th of July and Memorial day with all of the red, white and blue colors! Pin Captain America Kids Drink Celebrate Red, White & Blue to your board now!

Celebrate Red, White & Blue Drink | Captain America Kids Drink

Our boys love it when we make drinks specifically for them. Zayd’n usually helps out with our drink creations, putting his special “zayd’n special” on all of our kids. This is a fun drink to make during the summer months, especially for Memorial Day and 4th of July. Who doesn’t love a Patriotic drink?

Plus I added some FUN coloring activity sheets that you can download and have the kids work on them while sipping on their Captain America Kids Drink

How to make a red, white, and blue layered drink

Ingredients needed:

  • 1 can of Cherry 7-Up
  • 1 oz of Grenadine
  • 1/4 cup of Pina colada mix
  • 1 Cup of Blueberry Kool-Aid  (you can also use blue Gatorade or Blue Hawaiian juice) 
 With the new Avengers movie coming out, it's time to have some fun with all things Captain America. This easy kid-friendly drink idea, is not only perfect for Captain American fans, but also a great drink idea for the 4th of July and Memorial day with all of the red, white and blue colors! Pin Captain America Kids Drink Celebrate Red, White & Blue to your board now!
Directions for your Captain America Kids Drink:
  1. Fill 1 large glass with ice
  2. Pour the Cherry 7-UP with Grenadine 1/3 of the way full ( Grenadine gives it the bright red color )
  3. Now add the Pina colada mix 1/3 of the glass ( you are layering this )
  4. Top off with the Blueberry Kool-Aid (or the blue drink of your juice)
  5. Garnish with a Star and Stripes straws found at any craft store and Cherries {optional}

Tip: If you have a taller glass, you could repeat the steps 2-4. And of course, for the adults… you could always spike this drink to give it a little “flavor”

Are you planning on checking out Avengers Infinity War this weekend? If so, leave me a comment and let me know. And if you try out this drink recipe, come back and let me know how the kids (or adults) enjoyed it.

 

With the new Avengers movie coming out, it's time to have some fun with all things Captain America. This easy kid-friendly drink idea, is not only perfect for Captain American fans, but also a great drink idea for the 4th of July and Memorial day with all of the red, white and blue colors! Pin Captain America Kids Drink Celebrate Red, White & Blue to your board now!
 
 
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Captain America Kids Drink: Celebrate Red, White & Blue

Captain America Kids Drink: Celebrate Red, White & Blue

Ingredients

  • Ingredients
  • 1 can of Cherry Sprite
  • 1 oz of Grenadine
  • 1/4 cup of Pina colada mix
  • 1 Cup of Blueberry koolaid ( we used the Koolaid water flavoring squirt bottle)

Instructions

  • Directions:
  • Fill 1 large glass with ice
  • Pour the Cherry sprite with Grenadine 1/3 of the way full ( Grenadine gives it the bright red color )
  • Now add the Pina colada mix 1/3 of the glass ( you are layering )
  • Pour on top blueberry Koolaid in 1st fill 1/3 of the way
  • Garnish with a Star and Stripes straws found at any craft store
  • and Cherries
  • Click on the picture to download and print:

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    29 Comments

    1. What a fun drink for the kiddos! I can only imagine how popular these are! And these would be perfect for summer parties like Memorial Day and Forth of July too! Thanks for sharing!

      • Cindy
        May 30, 2016
        Reply

        How does it keep from mixing when pouring though??

    2. I love it! Just pinned it to my “Drinks” board and plan to use it to make great non-alcoholic drinks for 4th of July. Thanks for the recipe.

    3. Very Cool. This drink looks awesome. My kids love Capt. America!

    4. May 6, 2015
      Reply

      I am dropping by from the link party at Ginger Snap Crafts. What a fun drink!!! I’m going to do this with my grandkids.

      I am a grandma and have a site for grandmothers where I share ideas of things they can do with grandkids to strengthen their relationship. I think that my readers would really enjoy your idea. I invite you to share it at my Grandma Ideas Sharing Time link party at http://grandmaideas.com

      All the best,
      Nina

      • May 7, 2015
        Reply

        Thanks for stopping by Nina– this is a fun drink and my boys loved it!

    5. May 8, 2015
      Reply

      What a fun drink!

    6. May 8, 2015
      Reply

      This is so cool and would be perfect for the 4th of July!
      Thanks for sharing on the Wake Up Wednesday link party!
      We hope to see you next week!
      Kate | TheOrganizedDream.com

    7. Jamie @ Love Bakes Good Cakes
      May 9, 2015
      Reply

      First, I absolutely LOVE the colors and the pictures are gorgeous!!! I know you called this a kids drink, but I could totally see myself sipping on these this summer! 🙂 Thank you for joining us at Freedom Fridays! Pinned and scheduled a Facebook share! Have a great weekend!

    8. This is so pretty. Thanks for posting. Hello from Busy Monday.

    9. May 12, 2015
      Reply

      I love these! Such a cool idea 🙂

      Hugs,
      Mila (idea box)

    10. What a cool idea for kids! I love this. My oldest (7 yr boy) will think this is so fun. Thanks for linking up at Wonderful Wednesday. I am featuring you this week. Stop back tonight or tomorrow and link up again.

    11. Cheryl
      July 12, 2015
      Reply

      I couldn’t get this to look much like the photo! The pinacolada mix went straight down in the glass, not up the way it looks in the photo as there are streaks of white in the blue. The blue koolaid also went down as I was pouring it and covered the white as it pushed the white down further. I tried to pour as slowly as I could. I don’t know how I could have achieved the look in the photo. And the pinacolada mix I bought, in a can, was not white, it was sort of off-white. At least it tasted good!

      • Joey
        September 3, 2018
        Reply

        Mine did the same and then the whole drink turned purple… kids still loved it

    12. Super fun (patriotic) drink! Will keep this one in mind for this upcoming July 4th. Visiting from DIY Sunday Showcase.

    13. June 27, 2016
      Reply

      We love The Avengers too and your drink looks Awesome! Mimi xxx

    14. July 1, 2016
      Reply

      Yum! This is such a fun drink. My kids will love it.

    15. July 1, 2016
      Reply

      This drink looks gorgeous in the glass! I like that it’s partially fuzzy too, so refreshing in the summer. Thanks for sharing!

    16. July 2, 2016
      Reply

      Visiting from Idea Box Link Party. Wow – I bet your children love this drink! Beautiful colors! Well done! Blessings, Janet

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    20. Kelli
      July 2, 2019
      Reply

      I’d like to make a big batch of this and put it in a large beverage dispenser, but of course, I’d like to keep the colors as separate as possible. Does anybody have any tips or tricks for doing this? Thanks!

      • July 2, 2019
        Reply

        Hi Kelli- it is challenging to keep the colors separate once you mix them all. We had to move quickly to get the photos of it. One option you could try with layering and keeping the colors is a frozen slush type. Mix each color/flavor with ice then layer it that way.

        • Kelli
          July 2, 2019
          Reply

          Ooo! I like the idea of making it sort of a slushie drink. I think I’ll just go the extra step with the pina colada mix and make virgin coladas and hopefully, the slushie middle can kinda keep things separate. Thanks so much!

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