Give Kids a Special Treat with Our Love Bug Punch Valentine’s Day Drink Recipe!

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Looking for a fun Valentine’s Day drink for kids? You’re going to adore our Love Bug Punch! It’s just perfect for surprising your children after school or for all those fun Valentine’s Day parties! Valentine’s day is my daughter’s favorite celebration. She is only 8, but she is very conscientious about love and the ways to show it to others. She covers me with kisses, hugs and cute valentine’s day crafts. In turn, I lavish her with nice homemade kid-friendly treats and easy drinks.

You cannot imagine how excited she is when she comes from school and finds a new delicious treat for her. It is my way of showing her love. But instead of making the usual heart-shaped cookie for Valentine’s day, I decided to go with a valentine’s day virgin drink for kids. It can also be a great drink idea for your significant other on that special day (or any other day). Valentine’s day is a great way to celebrate the love but it is also nice to celebrate it on a regular basis during the year. It helps to keep the spark in the relationship.

Make also this Beauty & The Beast Punch recipe

Looking for a kid-friendly non-alcoholic drink recipe that celebrates your love of all things Disney? Whip up this super easy Beauty and the Beast movie punch!

Valentine’s day drink for kids: Love Bug Punch

Ingredients

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  • 1 Can of frozen Limeade
  • 1 can of frozen Pineapple Juice
  • 1/3 C Cherry syrup
  • Ice
  • 1 Lime
  • 4 Cherries

Directions:

  • In a large pitcher add, 1 can of Limeade and 1 can of Pineapple juice add 2 cups of water and mix well
  • Now add 1/3 Cup of Cherry syrup or Grenadine stir well
  • Fill with ice to chill
  • Fill 4 8oz glasses with ice 3/4 of the way full
  • Pour in your Lovebug Juice and add a lime wheel and cherry to garnish

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Isn’t it this valentine’s day drink for kids delicious? We gobbled it in no time, and we will make sure to make it again on that special day, along with this heart shaped cookie. A bit of sweetness on that special day is okay. After all, calories don’t count on Valentine’s day, do they?

Do you have any favorite Valentine’s Day drink recipes for kids? How do you celebrate the special holiday? Tell me in the comments!


30 thoughts on “Give Kids a Special Treat with Our Love Bug Punch Valentine’s Day Drink Recipe!”

  1. This sounds pretty tasty – I’d probably enjoy it with the kids. 🙂 I love the presentation of the drinks in your photos – so lovely and fun!

  2. I love making new holiday related foods and crafts for my son. I’ll be making this on Valentine’s day. It look so tasty! 🙂

  3. I’m with Skye on this one ! I was signed up to bring juice boxes for the 4th Grade Valentine party but I think my daughter would be more impressed and get some street cred if I make this instead!

  4. Oh this is just perfect timing! I signed up for beverages at the daycare Valentine’s Day party and I think I’m going to bring this! Such a cute idea!

  5. Great recipe! My kids love juices and different recipe blogs inspire me to try different recipes out ! Love the way you have organized your post!

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