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This Lil Pigletfrom This Lil Piglet

Shirley Temple

Shirley Temple Recipe with Orange Juice.... YummO!

Guests will stare wide-eyed as they watch clear water or soda transform into a vibrant color! must be magic!

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DIY Snow Cone Syrup

DIY Snow Cone Syrup Recipe! The flavors are endless!

A Mom's Takefrom A Mom's Take

Sour Worm Popsicles

Sour Worm Popsicles by #amomstake - Great way to cool off with this summer Popsicle recipe for Kids! #Summer, Summer Fun, Summer Ideas

Happy Hooligansfrom Happy Hooligans

Rainbow Water for St. Patrick's Day

rainbow ice cubes - happy hooligans - fun drink for St. Patrick's Day

Freeze red roses in ice cubes to use to chill your champagne or white wine, great idea for the Kentucky Derby. #kentucky #derby #party

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Magic Potion

KoolAid ice cubes in Sprite. The drink changes flavor and colors as the ice melts!

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Fourth of July Drink Recipes: Non Alcoholic and Alcoholic

4th of July drink! first use red fruit punch, then blue gatorade, and last use sprite and they separate. Adults can add alcohol to drinks.

Watermelon Splash - Ingredients: 3 ounces lemon-lime soda 1 ounces watermelon flavored vodka, Smirnoff 1 splash cranberry juice Ice cubes Preparation: In a chilled glass, combine lemon-lime soda, vodka, and cranberry juice. Add ice. Stir to combine.

Pizzazzeriefrom Pizzazzerie

Pop Rocks Rimmed Cocktails

pop rocks rimmed juice mixed with sprite for 4th of July

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Worm Ice

Put the worms in an ice-cube tray, letting them stick out of the top and sprawl over the edges, and fill tray with water or clear drink; freeze. Add cubes to a clear beverage, and watch as kids squirm with delight.

Hither & Thitherfrom Hither & Thither

Watermelon kegger

BRILLIANT. "Scoop out the watermelon and have that with a barbecue, and then cut a hole to fit a keg shank. Fill with drink of choice (watermelon sours would be perfect, but any summery, pulp-free drink would do), et voila."