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  • mRw

    Good party idea for my non drinkers |Fun, festive, and easy layered drinks ~ non alcoholic

  • Trish Vea

    Layered Drinks! Fun for parties (non alcoholic). Great for the 4th of July!

  • Tara Meyers

    fun drink for kids!

  • Marrion Gyepi-Garbrah

    Layered Drinks {non alcoholic} - Fun, festive, and easy! | Sugar Bean Bakers

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{tutorial & recipe} how to make layered drinks for the 4th of july or memorial day! SUPER easy!!

Not alcoholic. awesome These layered drinks would be so fun and refreshing at a Fourth of July picnic! This looks so cute for a Bachlorette Party! The website didnt say how they did the top.. but it looks fairly simple

layered drinks “This works well for red, white, and blue but you can really do this with any color combination. The other secret to success with layered drinks is plenty of ice. After you add your bottom layer fill the glass to the top with ice and pour the second layer slowly and directly on top of an ice cube.”

Choose 2-3 drinks with different sugar contents for the layers (for example: 30 g sugar, 15 g sugar, 0 g sugar).  FIll clear cup with ice. Pour slowly through the ice the highest sugar content drink to 1/3 of cup, top with medium sugar content drink and top with lowest sugar drink. (pictured: Sobe Pina Colada, Gatorade Fruit Punch, G2 Blueberry-Pomegranate)

LAYERED DRINKS: Secret is in the sugar content. The more sugar content in the drink the heavier the drink. Trick is to add lots of ice after the bottom layer is poured. Then pour next layer slowly over ice.

@Erica, @Jacquelyn Straub, @Vicki DelSignore I would like one of these waiting for me this 4th of July! Hopefully we get to spend it in J Town again! This time = slip n slide competition :)

4th of July food and drink ideas - Ask Anna

another pinner said : "This site says these drinks are great for "pregnant friends" that can't drink alcohol....I checked out the recipes, they're also fun for those of us who just don't drink alcohol ever! Great for parties/showers."