Once you’ve planned the St. Patrick’s Day sweet treats, it’s time to start thinking about the beverages! And for that, we have you covered with these fun and festive St. Patrick’s Day mocktails.
These drinks are great for kids and adults alike so everyone can get in on the fun. They’re easy to make, too. All you need is a few simple ingredients and some creative touches – no shamrocks necessary!
St. Patrick’s Day is a day full of food, games, and lots of fun. And while I love a good printable St. Patrick’s Day game as much as the next person, it’s always good to stay refreshed with some party drinks that are just as fun and colorful as the day is.
Stick with green drinks, or go wild with something rainbow themed…either way, these drinks will add plenty of luck and cheer to your day.
Make your Mocktails even more fun!
Take things up a notch with these ideas:
- Acrylic martini and margarita glasses feel grown-up without being a safety hazard
- Work off the energy first with a quick St. Patrick’s Day Scavenger Hunt or some free printable St. Patrick’s Day charades.
- Stock up on sprinkles in rainbow colors, gold glitter, or green shimmer to rim your glasses. Don’t forget to add a cute straw
- Garnish a frosty or milk drink with charms marshmallows (warning: they’re addictive!)
- Set up a drink station with a fun St. Patrick’s Day sign plus plenty of ingredients to let your kids create their own special mocktail.
Make St. Patrick’s Day magically delightful with a treasure trove of printable goodies – including printable games, tags and bag toppers, party decorations, and art prints to make everyone in your home pinch proof. Check it all out right here.
St. Patrick's Day Mocktails for the Whole Family
With rainbows, chocolate & plenty of green, these easy St. Patrick’s Day Mocktails will help you and your kids celebrate in delicious style!
Rainbow Sherbet Punch Recipe
Rainbow Sherbet Punch is so tasty and so easy! You only need 3 ingredients and 5 minutes to make this colorful and refreshing party punch.
Shamrock Shake Recipe
This shamrock shake recipe is a copy of the McDonald’s favorite! It’s a mix of ice cream, milk and mint, all blended to creamy perfection.
Naturally Colored Shamrock Shake
Make this homemade shamrock shake recipe for St Patrick's Day. It's minty, delicious, and naturally colored green, plus it's ready to eat in just 5 minutes.
St. Patrick's Day Frozen Hot Chocolate
This St. Patrick's Day Frozen Hot Chocolate is so much better than any powder that comes from a pack. Topped with a dollop of whipped cream and colorful Lucky Charms marshmallows it's sure to be the star of any Irish celebration.
Creme de Menthe Mocktail Recipe
Wait? Isn't creme de menthe a liquor? Yes...but you can actually buy non alcoholic creme de menthe too! Which means this gorgeous translucent drink can be enjoyed by everyone. Best of all, it tastes just like the filling inside a York Peppermint Patty...yum!
Rainbow Fruit Spritzer Mocktail
In just five minutes, you can whip up this colorful Rainbow Spritzer that the entire family will love! Made with fresh fruit, it's an ideal budget-friendly option that will truly let the kids 'taste the rainbow'.
Creamy Mint Chocolate Chip Smoothie (Dairy-Free)
Thick, creamy and made with fresh ingredients, this mint chocolate chip smoothie can be breakfast or dessert! Based on the popular Shamrock shake this mint smoothie uses real mint and is swirled with homemade chocolate sauce to give you the best of both worlds.
Enjoy the sweet tang of kiwis in this delicious spritzer perfect for any occasion. This kiwi spritzer is made with club soda and is delicious on its own or you can easily make this sip into a cocktail with your preferred spirit!
Lucky Charms Hot Cocoa Bombs
A magical spin on hot cocoa bombs that will make St. Patrick’s Day extra special for the kids! These Lucky Charms Hot Chocolate Bombs are colorful, delicious, and so much fun!
Bring a little luck and cheer to your St. Patrick’s Day celebration this year with one (or more) of these festive mocktails! With easy-to-make recipes, colorful garnishes and plenty of fun options, you’ll have a tasty treat that the whole family can enjoy without any stress or hassle.
More St. Patrick’s Day Food and Fun:
- Fun and Easy St. Patrick’s Day Party Ideas
- 15+ Sweet Treats for St. Patrick’s Day
- Free St. Patrick’s Day printables (50+ lucky ideas you’ll love)
This post was originally published on March 16, 2017. It has been updated to remove outdated links and with new recipes.
Great round up. Those rainbow sherbet floats look so fun! Thanks including us at Simply Made Recipes 🙂
Candace Playforth says
These look awesome! We will have to try the rainbow sherbet float. My people would love that. Thanks for sharing :).
Have I ever mentioned that I want to come to one of your parties someday?! I think you really know how to celebrate.
Hope you had a great St. Patrick’s Day 🙂
These look fabulous! My daughter is too young for these drinks, but I may just have to make some of them for myself. 🙂 Thanks so much for the round-up!
Carolina Twin Mom / Mary Peterson says
I am suddenly very parched looking at these photos. That rainbow sherbet is just too pretty to drink! Definitely hanging on to these.
Kellie - Hooray for Moms says
It may not be St. Patrick’s Day, but I see no reason not to enjoy these now too!
Tracy Albiero says
Super cute ideas! I love all things St. Patty’s day
Helen at the Lazy Gastronome says
These are also great for us grown ups that prefer not to drink a lot of alcohol. Thanks for sharing at the What’s for Dinner party.
Mother of 3 says
These sure do look fun and festive! Pinned.
These drinks look refreshing and fun. Thanks for sharing these St. Patrick’s Day drinks on Sunday’s Best.
Super Mom - No Cape! says
These are look awesome… and not just for kids. 🙂
Jennifer Ostroski says
These are all so cute! I could easily kill two birds with one stone and make any of these grown-up versions as well…
I love these, great ideas for the kids. Thank you for sharing at The Really Crafty Link Party. Pinned!
Michelle Leslie says
Lovely round up Leslie. I can see us enjoying a glass or two of these on St Paddy’s day. We might just add a small tot of vodka to the mix 😉
Sue from Sizzling Towards 60 & Beyond says
I can’t believe we are already looking at St Patrick’s Day! Thanks for sharing at #BloggersPitStop. These ideas for Mocktails look great and you don’t need alcohol to have a good time.
What a fun idea! Thanks for sharing in the To Grandma’s House We Go DIY, Crafts, Recipes and more link party!
Can’t say I’ve ever tried a mocktail or celebrated St Patrick’s Day. #fortheloveofBLOG
The Pramshed says
These look great especially for someone who can’t have alcohol at the moment. Thanks for linking up at #fortheloveofBLOG. Claire x
Leigh Suznovich says
These are so cute!! Love them even for adults who can’t or don’t want to drink. So perfect for St. Patrick’s Day.
Omg, my kids would love all of these! I’m going to make them a virgin mojito, and perhaps some regular ones for my husband and I to have too…. ? But wow! Some of them, I want lol!
Jessica Wagner says
Ah these are awesome!! I love St. Patty’s Day and will totally be making some of these with the kiddos! (And a spiked one perhaps for myself!) XO
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Alice v says
Very cool ideas I have to pin for later. My kids would love these fun drinks.
Kat @ Kat's 9 Lives says
You are right: kids would love these colorful drinks! Thanks for sharing at Fiesta Friday!
Oh how fun. Some of these are really calling my name!
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I pin a lot of stuff that I never go back to but I think my daughter would have a blast making some of these. Awesome ideas, thank you