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15+ Magical Disney Drink Recipes for the Whole Family to Enjoy

Iconic Disney drinks are part of what makes the theme parks so magical. Now you can make them at home!

These Disney drink recipes are non-alcoholic favorites you can enjoy any time, even when you can’t be in the parks!

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Are you a Disney fanatic looking to bring a bit of magic to your next gathering? Look no further than these fantastic Disney drink recipes!

From the iconic Dole Whip to the adventurous Trader Sam’s Grog Grotto, it’s no secret that Disney parks are known for their creative and delicious beverages.

Like all things Disney, your favorite drinks are part of what make the theme park experience magical.

But you don’t have to travel to enjoy these magical concoctions.

With a few key ingredients and a little imagination, you can recreate your favorite Disney drinks at home.

While Disney cocktails are often popular within the resorts and parks, we’re sharing some alternatives to alcoholic drinks with these famous and delicious Disney drink recipes that are non-alcoholic.

These recipes show off the magic of Disney, making them perfect for your next movie night or theme party.

They’re also a great way to simply give you a taste of the happiest place on earth, even when you can’t be there in person.

Get ready to add a touch of Disney magic to your next get-together!

Disney Themed Drinks

When it comes to celebrating or even just whipping up a yummy beverage that makes you think of your happy place, there are so many delicious options.

With colorful layers to decadent whipped topping, these Disney-inspired drinks will be sure to please.

Try one or all of these non-alcoholic Disney drink recipes — because they don’t have alcohol in them, they are great for Disney fans of all ages.

1. Epcot’s Violet Lemonade

Violet lemonade is one of our favorite refreshing beverages, made popular by the Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival in Walt Disney World.

It’s easy to make at home with fresh lemon juice, ice, and violet syrup!

2. Tatooine Sunset

Star Wars fans will recognize the Tatooine Sunset beverage from Ronto Roasters in Disney’s Hollywood Studios.

A blend of lemonade and unsweetened tea, plus some fruity syrups, it’s such a delicious way to cool down on a hot day.

3. LeFou’s Brew 

This sweet, fruity drink is inspired by the Lefou’s Brew beverage found in Gaston’s Tavern in Magic Kingdom.

Mix together frozen apple juice concentrate, frozen lemonade concentrate, and a hint of toasted marshmallow flavor.

Top with passion fruit foam for a fantastic treat!

4. Back Side of Water Milkshake 

A delicious twist on the classic milkshake, this drink is perfect for Jungle Cruise fans.

Blend together ice cream, milk and blue raspberry Kool-aid mix for a yummy drink.

Pour the mixture into a glass and top with whipped cream and a blue sour belt.

5. Night Blossom 

This tropical drink is a favorite among Disney fans. It can be found at Pongu Pongu in Disney’s Animal Kingdom Park.

The drink features apple juice, strawberry pineapple juice, limeade, and sherbet.

The drink is served with popping boba for the ultimate taste experience.

6. Loki Marvel Mocktail 

This refreshing drink features a blend of orange juice, champagne or ginger beer (substitute ginger ale or Sprite for a kid-friendly option) and blue curacao syrup.

It also has a gold sugar rim that adds to the sweetness.

7. Disney’s Frozen White Hot Chocolate 

This delicious dessert drink is inspired by the popular sisters, Ana & Elsa. Serve it warm or add ice for a cool white chocolate drink.

Top with whipped cream and snowflake candies for a fun treat.

8. Inside Out Joy’s Lime Lemonade Drink 

This refreshing and tart lemonade is Inspired by Inside Out and makes the perfect sipper for a hot summer day.

Blend together lime juice, lemons, water and sugar for a delicious drink.

Add some blue sugar to the rim to give a touch of Joy’s signature color!

9. Avenger’s Iron Man Drink 

Every little superhero needs an Iron Man themed drink. This one is made with Welch’s Chillers Mango Passion Fruit & Cherry 7 Up.

Garnish with an orange slice and cherry to turn your drink into a tropical treat.

10. Mermaid Layered Slush 

This delicious treat is inspired by the popular under the sea princess, Ariel.

Layer different Gatorade colors like green, blue, and purple for a layered slushie in a glass, then top off with some whipped cream and rainbow sprinkles for an underwater-inspired look.

11. Hei Hei Hawaiian Punch 

This fruity punch is perfect for Moana fans. Start off with Hawaiian Punch, then add some limeade and orange juice.

Add a splash of pineapple juice and top it all off with a lime slice for the perfect drink.

12. Watermelon Cucumber Slushie 

The Florida Fresh is an outdoor kitchen that you can find at Epcot during the International Flower and Garden Festival.

One of their popular offerings is a watermelon cucumber slushie, which you can now make at home!

Simply combine watermelon and lemonade, then add a touch of cucumber puree. For a special twist, top it off with some mint leaves or watermelon pick.

13. Blue Milk

Make your own Bantha blue milk for a cool and creamy treat that satisfies!

It’s a simple recipe that kids and adults alike will enjoy, perfect for when you’re not in the parks to stop at Oga’s Cantina in Galaxy’s Edge.

14. Dole Whip

While a Dole Whip isn’t technically a beverage on its own, many people do enjoy a Dole Whip float within the parks!

Make your own at home with this Dole Whip recipe, then pour pineapple juice in a glass and add some Dole Whip!

15. Pog Juice

Hawaiian POG Juice is a Disney classic, which can be found at the Polynesian Resort, Animal Kingdom theme park, and Animal Kingdom Resort (where it is known as Jungle Juice).

POG stands for Passion fruit, Orange, and Guava, and it’s a refreshing beverage you won’t want to miss out on!

16. Red’s Apple Freeze

This copycat recipe for Red’s Apple Freeze is a homemade version of what you would find at Cars Land in Disneyland!

It’s a fruity drink that’s topped with foam, making it a fun option for kids.

17. Disneyland Mint Julep

This non-alcoholic version of the classic Disneyland drink is a treat the whole family can enjoy.

You’ll think you’re in New Orleans Square while sipping on this summer beverage!

Recipes for Disney Drinks

When it comes to serving a delicious Disney-inspired drink, these colorful choices can’t be beat!

The signature drinks bring an exciting touch to family movie night, birthday parties, and any other gathering.

No matter which Disney-inspired beverage you choose to whip up, you’re sure to have a magical time.

Whether you’re celebrating a special occasion or simply looking for something tasty to sip on, these recipes are sure to make your night magical.


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