Patriotic Red White and Blue Layered Drink

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Patriotic Red White and Blue Layered Drink

Patriotic Red White and Blue Layered Drink

This is one of my favorite drinks to make during the summer! Patriotic Red White and Blue Layered Drinks are great for serving at parties (yes, it takes some time to prepare them) but they area total hit! The kids love them and they are just delicious! Are you hosting a party or just love to be in the kitchen? Check out the other Patriotic Dishes we have for you!

 

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Patriotic Red White and Blue Layered Drink
 
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Depending on the size of your glass you need to equally divide these liquids into thirds. Add these servings together to make a bigger quantity at one time.
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Recipe type: Drinks
Serves: 1
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Instructions
  1. Fill Glass ⅓ full of ice cubes
  2. Slowly Pour Cran- Apple Juice OVER the ice
  3. Fill another ⅓ ice cubes and slowly pour Sobe Piña Colada (or sugar free clear beverage)
  4. Fill final /3 with ice and slowly pour Gatorade over ice ⅓ ice cubes and slowly pour Sprite Zero (or sugar free clear beverage)
  5. Pour in a glass, add a straw and drink up!
Patriotic Red White and Blue Layered Drink

Patriotic Red White and Blue Layered Drink

 

**Depending on the size of your glass you need to equally divide these liquids into thirds

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DIRECTIONS

  1. Fill Glass 1/3 full of ice cubes
  2. Slowly Pour Cran-Apple Juice OVER the ice
  3. Fill another 1/3 ice cubes and slowly pour Sobe Piña Colada (or sugar free clear beverage)
  4. Fill final /3 with ice and slowly pour Gatorade over ice 1/3 ice cubes and slowly pour Sprite Zero (or sugar free clear beverage)
  5. Pour in a glass, add a straw and drink up!

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Comments

  1. WOW! THESE LOOKS AMAZING!

  2. This is fabulous. How cute are these!
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  3. I love this recipe and this image! Saying hello from Foodie Friends Linky!
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  4. These drinks look great! I will have to make some for my kids! 🙂
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  5. Hi Heidi!

    These drinks are adorable! I would have never thought to make them for a party! Great job coming up with something that is easy and festive! I have recently started a new linkup party with Refresh Living and Vintage Refined. We would love to have you stop by and share this post. Our party gets started every Tuesday at 7pm CST.

    I hope to see you there!

    Cat
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  6. Oh these look so fun! I pinned it and will share via #summerfamilyfun – I think my kids will be ultra impressed with these fun drinks…. I don’t normally let them have gatorade but may have to make an exception for this.
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    • We aren’t big fans of gatorade, pop or drinks full of sugar either but once in awhile I’ll let him have a treat 🙂 Thanks for stopping by and pinning!

  7. Definitely trying this for the 4th of July!!! Thank you for sharing at the #summerfamilyfun link-up!

    Holly @ While I’m Waiting
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