Not Your Average Shirley Temple Drink
Happy Sunday friends. As an adult, I still order a Shirley Temple every so often when I don’t want anything alcoholic but something that looks fruity. It has always been my fave when dining out but also a kids type of drink. They’re like an inspirational drink when you don’t want to have alcohol.
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With Cinco de Mayo coming up you always want to celebrate with a fruity drink or flashy pink and yellow everything. Instead of using soda I wanted to create a more healthier version and it tastes super yummy. I swapped soda for Sparkling Ice.
This easy Shirley Temple recipe is just what you need to entertain guests and little ones during the holidays. You can beat both with serving to both types of guests and even add a little spike in for the adults.
Shirley Temple Recipe
Not Your Average Shirley Temple
- 2 tbs of Grenadine
- 1 bottle of Lemon Lime Sparkling Ice
- 1/2 cup of ice
- 1 ounce of Vodka or Rum (for those who want an adult drink)
- Maraschino Cherries for garnish if needed
- Pour ice into
- Pour 1 bottle of Lemon Lime Sparkling Ice
- Add 2 tbs of Grenadine (Add more depending how light or dark you want the drink)
- Top with Maraschino Cherries for garnish if needed
- Serve with Straws
I love this spin you’ve taken on a Shirley Temple! I’m going to have to try the mix that you used for it. 🙂
It’s super easy too.
This is so cute! I had honestly forgotten all about a Shirley Temple but now I need to introduce my kids to this fruity drink!
It’s a great mix for kids. My son won’t drink it though. LOl he thinks its soda so he’s like no thanks.
This healthier version of the drink looks super refreshing and I bet it tastes just as good as it looks! Thanks for sharing!
Yes it does.
This looks great! I love shirley temples.
I’ve never loved Shirley Temples, but you make it look good!
I love this spin! I would’ve never thought to swap the soda with Sparkling Ice! Thanks for sharing!
I love Shirley Temples and this recipe kicks it up a notch. Sounds so good.
Definitely for the Summer
Ohhhh we love Sparkling Ice, I bet this is an amazing drink! Will have to give it a try!
I’m sure you’ll love it
I will have to try this since I can’t drink alcohol any more! Thans!
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And I can’t spell LOL Thanks!
This was daughters’ favorite drink to order when we used to go out for dinner.
It’s still mine lol.
This looks like it tastes SOOO GOOD! I could 100% sling back a few of these! Thanks for the recipe! It will be on repeat this spring and summer!
Thanks so much. I love ICE and am trying to stay away from sugary drinks so this is definitely a must have.
I love Shirley Temples, but I agree, sometimes they are too sweet. I like the idea of the lemon ice; in the past I’ve used ginger beer, too.
Ooohh that sounds good too. Thanks for reading
This drink looks good! It would be a great drink after a long day. Love your pineapple wood cutting board!
Oohh thanks. I got it at the dollar spot at Target
This looks so refreshing. Great idea!
Lovely drink, thank you for sharing.
Thank you for the wonderful post