Lemonade, shakes, hot chocolate, and more get huge cheers (and requests for seconds!) from our panel of kid judges.
Kids Rule the Kitchen
To see which sippers were supreme, we invited a group of boys and girls into our kitchen to try some of our drink recipes.We
tried to stump them with healthy kids recipes made from fresh fruit, but they loved the flavor (without even knowing that they were drinking down tons of vitamin C). Find
out what other sweet concoctions left the kids asking for more!
Fresh lemon juice, sugar, and water are all you need to make this summertime favorite. Jack, 10, says he "would drink this
after playing outside." And Brodin, 5, was too busy to say anything, but nodded in approval as he polished off his lemonade.
All of the components of a classic sundae are blended into this decadent ice cream shake. The kids got a kick out of the crumbled
brownie, whipped topping, and maraschino cherry on the top of their glass.
Seasonality is an important factor for this drink because ripe watermelon offers the sweetest flavor. Our panel suggested
adding more ginger ale and blending it just a bit more to make it supremely slushy. Sub cantaloupe or honey dew for a fun