Once you let the kids in on the secret behind this flamin' punch (hint: there's candy mixed in!), they'll keep returning for refills. Your only worry will be making sure there's enough of this holiday drink to go around.
If the kiddos are clamoring to start the meal with dessert, this sweet sip will hopefully tide them over until after the turkey. Pumpkin puree, pumpkin spice, and pumpkin ice cream make this holiday drink taste just like a slice of pumpkin pie in a glass.
You might not serve cocoa with dinner, but it's good to have this holiday drink on hand for after the meal. You can make a big batch of this hot chocolate in the slow cooker, then let the little ones decorate their own mug with drizzles of hot fudge ice cream topping.
If you're serving up Thanksgiving brunch instead of dinner this year, swap out your usual Thanksgiving punch for this apple cider, orange juice, and pineapple juice drink. There's no better way to say good morning!
True, berries aren't in season on Thanksgiving, but this fruit punch uses frozen citrus and berry juice, so you can serve it year-round. Stir in ginger ale to give this fruit punch a bit of sparkle the kids will love.
Give apple cider an extra burst of fall flavor by brewing it with a spice bag of cinnamon, allspice, and cloves. Though this fall drink is nonalcoholic for kids, you can make a boozy batch for the grown-ups by adding a half cup of rum.
This pretty-in-pink fruit punch gets a taste of the tropics with a full cup of pineapple juice. A double dose of cranberries keeps this drink festive enough for the holidays.
Let the kids take these Thanksgiving drinks for a spin with swizzle stick garnishes. Just thread a few pieces of ginger onto wooden skewers, and let the kids will have a blast stirring them through these lemonade and apple cider drinks.
Our favorite Thanksgiving beverages showcase a hint of several seasonal flavors inside each cup. This slow cooker mulled punch combines cinnamon, cloves, and allspice into a kid-friendly beverage that will fit right in alongside the cranberry sauce.
You can serve this gingery apple cider drink warm or cold, depending on the weather. A splash of club soda makes this nonalcoholic drinks for kids sparkly and delicious.
While the adults sip on vino-based sangria, the kids can enjoy these nonalcoholic drinks for Thanksgiving. To take this summery drink into cold weather territory, use slices of fall fruits (pears, apples, cranberries, figs, and/or citrus would all be smart choices) instead of berries.
Hot Thanksgiving drinks help ward off the November chill, and this nonalcoholic drink for kids is no exception. Curious about the surprise? We stirred a cinnamon stick and star anise into this punch while it brewed for an extra burst of fall flavor.
For turkey day, turn plain apple cider into yummy fruit punch by stirring in orange juice and sparkling white grape juice. This kids punch recipe will definitely be one of the most popular drinks among the little ones.
This Thanksgiving beverage mixes classic apple cider with orange juice, lemon juice, honey, and spices. The result? A warm Thanksgiving drink that kids and adults alike will want to toast.
No one at the kids table will feel left out when you serve these sparkling nonalcoholic Thanksgiving drinks. To dress them up, coat the rims with sugar and add a skewer of lemon and lime pieces as a gorgeous garnish.