Moana Fruit Punch Virgin Drink Recipe for Kids

Hosting a party inspired by Disney's latest princess? Check out our non-alcoholic Moana punch recipe for kids that adults will love just as much!
We’re celebrating Disney’s latest princess movie with a delicious Moana punch recipe for kids! The movie hasn’t even hit theaters yet and already it’s a huge hit with both boys and girls. I bet you’ll know at least one little prince or princess who asks for a Moana birthday party this year! You’ll be ready to impress with our non-alcoholic drink recipe that’s just as tasty for adults as it is for children. Remember, the Moana comes out on November 23, the day before Thanksgiving! Check out how to make this easy Moana fruit punch , then print out the recipe card for later!

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Moana Punch Recipe for Kids

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Ingredients:

Directions:

  • You will need two appetizer plates pour 2 tbsp. of simple syrup
  • On the other plate add 3 tbsp. of teal sanding sugar
  • Dip your glass in the simple syrup first then into the sanding sugar
  • Set to the side
  • Fill your glass with ice
  • In a blender add your Strawberries, heavy cream and coconut syrup pulse for 30 seconds
  • Add your Pineapple juice, mango juice first and top with your strawberry mix and lightly stir

Hosting a party inspired by Disney's latest princess? Check out our non-alcoholic Moana punch recipe for kids that adults will love just as much!

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Hosting a party inspired by Disney's latest princess? Check out our non-alcoholic Moana punch recipe for kids that adults will love just as much!
Moana fruit punch
Ingredients
  • 2 oz Pineapple Juice
  • 2 oz Mango Juice
  • 6-7 Strawberries- hulled and pureed
  • 1/4 cup Heavy Cream
  • 2 tbsp. Coconut syrup
  • Ice
  • Teal sanding sugar
  • Simple syrup
Instructions
  1. You will need two appetizer plates pour 2 tbsp. of simple syrup
  2. On the other plate add 3 tbsp. of teal sanding sugar
  3. Dip your glass in the simple syrup first then into the sanding sugar
  4. Set to the side
  5. Fill your glass with ice
  6. In a blender add your Strawberries, heavy cream and coconut syrup pulse for 30 seconds
  7. Add your Pineapple juice, mango juice first and top with your strawberry mix and lightly stir

If you need a few more delicious non-alcoholic drink ideas for your children’s birthday parties or other exciting events, check out some more of my favorites!

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Throw an Awesome Jungle Themed Movie Night with our Coconut Punch Drink for Kids!

All of these gorgeous mocktails also work fabulous at a grown-up party where you don’t want to serve alcohol! Say, at a baby shower?

Are you planning to see Moana in theaters? What do you love about this newest Disney princess? Tell us in the comments!

 

25 thoughts on “Moana Fruit Punch Virgin Drink Recipe for Kids”

  1. My daughter cannot wait any longer to see the new princess. She’s definitely going to be excited if I make her a glass of this! Thanks for the recipe and the awesome idea!

  2. Melissa Chapman

    My kids would LOVE THIS!! what a great way to celebrate and give cheers to this awesome film with a Virgin cocktail!

  3. Wow that sounds delicious. It looks really cool too! I love trying new and fun drinks like this, it would be a hit around my place!

  4. Looking forward on doing these for my kids! I’ll surely they will love it!! It looks delicious and looks fantastic great way of having them a healthy food and at the same time enjoyed the looks of it!! 🙂

  5. This is definitely a drink recipe my kids will stand behind. It has all the fruits they love in it. Once I tell them it’s for Moana they’ll be asking for it all the time.

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