What a fun drink! It was very impressive when finished and it tasted like fruity-pop. Make sure you use lots of ice! I'll have to try this for other fun holidays as well. Thanks for posting this!
I decided to try the recipe for the first time but i didn't have and blue gatorade or sprite/7up and on top of that, its thanx giving so nothings open near my house! So instead of the Gatorade i tried Cranberry/Grape juice (I had no other juice)and instead of the sprite i tried a bit of club soda. It didn't look like the picture but it tasted good and then i added a few drops of lime juice. Next time I buy some gatorade and sprite I will definitly try it!
The kids enjoyed the presentation of this drink but did not much care for actually drinking it. It did make for a good lesson in science as I explained why the different ingredients remained separated. Thanks for posting.
I couldn't believe I did this right and that it went into three different layers. Looked real cute and tasted good too. Thanks Pam-I-Am Bullwinkle
This was good and was like drinking magic! I loved the flavors and it was cool.
Looks fantastic! I can't wait to try it!
I got this recipe from Martha Stewart Kids magazine and it was a great hit! The kids loved it and it looked really pretty.
We loved this addition to our 4th of July menu! The kids thought they tasted great and loved watching me make them over and over. What a fun recipe.
What a festive drink for the kids. (and adults too!) It was a hit with the family for the 4th. I will always make this and will try to see how I can change it up for other holidays as well. Thanks Pam I Am!!
These were a hit at our 4th of July Party!! I used star shaped ice cubes which made them even cuter! Sprite Zero worked fine for the top! Thanks Pam for a great photo and especially for the many smiles that it brought to the little faces!!!