Easter Drink Ideas    

5 Fun Delicious Treats Everyone Will Love

Plus How To Make Sugar Syrup

Here are 5 fun and pretty Easter drink ideas that will thrill any children you serve them to this Easter.  They are, of course, non-alcoholic so perfect for children but lots of adults will enjoy them, too.

So much focus is put on Easter dinner that we oftentimes forget about the drinks. This year, add a little extra flair to your meal by serving a special drink instead of tea, soda or wine.

These Easter drink ideas are just as well loved for any Spring gathering.  Whether for adults or children they are delightful and will be enjoyed.

Change the names and you have a Bridal Shower punch, a Wedding luncheon thrill or the delight of a birthday party or Mother’s Day celebration.

Talk about versatile. Thank you, Easter Bunny!

Here are some quick and easy non-alcoholic drink ideas for Easter...drum roll, please:

Orange Sparklers

3 ounces orange juice ( we use frozen juices)

3 ounces club soda

  1. Simply mix together and serve over ice.
  2. Add a slice of orange as a garnish. A few fresh raspberries look beautiful, too.

Vary the Orange Sparklers by substituting in a different colored juice or punch to make Pink Sparklers or Blue Sparklers by adding, for example, Strawberry juice or Grape Punch. Use Fruit Punch and call it Bouquet of Flowers Punch! Grandma might like that.

Rainbow Punch

8 ounces orange juice

8 ounces pineapple juice

8 ounces Hawaiian Punch

1 liter Club Soda

1 liter Ginger Ale

1 quart Rainbow Sherbet


  1. Pour all the liquid ingredients into a large bowl filled with ice.
  2. Add sherbet just before serving.

Golden Easter Punch

6 cups water

4 cups sugar

1 (46 ounce) can pineapple juice

1 (12 ounce) can orange juice concentrate

1 (6 ounce) can lemonade concentrate

1/2 teaspoon vanilla

1 (2 liter) bottle Sprite or 7-Up

1 quart pineapple sherbet


  1. In a pan over medium heat, bring the sugar and water to a boil.
  2. Cook just enough for the sugar to dissolve.
  3. Remove from the heat and cool. 
  4. In a large bowl, add the vanilla, soda and juices and sugar water; stir well.
  5. Add sherbet just before serving.

Easter Egg Hatch

7 oz Frozen Vanilla Yogurt
4 oz Orange Juice
2 Tablespoons Sugar Syrup (recipe below)

  1. Using a blender, blend 7 ounces of crushed ice and all the ingredients until smooth, about 20 seconds.
  2. Serve immediately.

How To Make Sugar Syrup

1 cup sugar
½ cup water

  1. In a saucepan, bring to a boil, stirring constantly until sugar dissolves. 

Easter Egg Cream

1 1/2 oz chocolate syrup
Cold Milk

  1. Fill an 8 oz glass 2/3 of the way full with cold milk.
  2. Pour in the syrup.
  3. Top it off with seltzer and stir.

More Hints for your Easter Drink Ideas!

Now that you have chosen  one of the Easter drink ideas, here are some ways to add more fun:

  1. Add some fancy straws or plain straws with Straw Toppers,
  2. Tie pretty curling ribbon around the glass
  3. Add Easter or Spring themed stickers to a plastic glass. (children love to do this themselves)
  4. Pop a “bunny” jelly or “peep” onto a plastic skewer for a swizzle stick to add to the fun.
  5. Use stemmed glassware for adults, Decorate with “wine glass” charms in themed colors or bead on memory wire wrapped around the stems of the glasses..

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Looking for some FREE Easter craft ideas and coloring for kids? I love their coloring pages. You can print out as many copies as you want - and their suggestion for Easter Baskets in place of some or all of those sweets is a great idea.

We find that at big family dinners keeping the littler ones busy makes everything go smoother. So we tend to have crafts and coloring goodie bags available. Coloring is a good option because all you need is a bit of table or floor space, a piece of paper and some crayons.

Some of these coloring pictures are celebrating the true meaning of Easter, some are just fun.

Activity Village Easter Coloring Pages

Click through to their Spring Coloring pages, too. I must admit I've downloaded their Daffodil Doodle coloring page - for me!


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