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I’m a big fan of anything mermaid!

From their long, flowy hair, to their shell bras and sparkly fins, they are simply stunning and fun to imagine their whole world.

And when we go to Hawaii, it’s always so fun to see all the mermaid dolls and novelty items.

The mermaid trend is here to stay for a bit and I think this Mermaid Water Hawaiian Mocktail Recipe is a pretty fun way to indulge kids without a lot of effort.

Make this for your next summer barbecue or Hawaiian luau party for kids!

And this is especially cute if you are throwing a Little Mermaid party!

Hawaiian Mocktail Recipe: Mermaid Water Mocktail featured by top Hawaii blogger, Hawaii Travel with Kids

Mermaid Water Hawaiian Mocktail Recipe

Mermaid Water Ingredients

Hawaiian Mocktail Recipe: Mermaid Water Mocktail featured by top Hawaii blogger, Hawaii Travel with Kids

How to Make This Mermaid Water Hawaiian Mocktail Recipe

Start by filling your glass completely to the top with ice cubes.

If you would like to use a straw, it’s best to insert your straw in the glass before pouring your liquids, otherwise the straw will disturb the layering process.Hawaiian Mocktail Recipe: Mermaid Water Mocktail featured by top Hawaii blogger, Hawaii Travel with Kids

Pour the pineapple juice over the ice, filling the glass a little over a third full. Hawaiian Mocktail Recipe: Mermaid Water Mocktail featured by top Hawaii blogger, Hawaii Travel with Kids

Next, very slowly pour the Gatorade Zero Berry over the pineapple juice, filling the glass about ¾ full.

If the Gatorade begins pouring too quickly it will mix into the pineapple juice. Hawaiian Mocktail Recipe: Mermaid Water Mocktail featured by top Hawaii blogger, Hawaii Travel with KidsA trick to help pour slowly is to hold a spoon with the backside facing up across the glass, and pour the Gatorade over the back side of the spoon.

It will slowly trickle into the glass, and keep it from mixing with the pineapple juice.Hawaiian Mocktail Recipe: Mermaid Water Mocktail featured by top Hawaii blogger, Hawaii Travel with Kids

Lastly, pour the Gatorade Frost Glacier Freeze slowly over the Gatorade Zero Berry.Hawaiian Mocktail Recipe: Mermaid Water Mocktail featured by top Hawaii blogger, Hawaii Travel with Kids The two will slightly mix together, and create an ombre effect, while still separating from the pineapple juice.Hawaiian Mocktail Recipe: Mermaid Water Mocktail featured by top Hawaii blogger, Hawaii Travel with Kids

Yield: 1 Serving

Hawaiian Mocktail Recipe: Mermaid Water Mocktail

Hawaiian Mocktail Recipe: Mermaid Water Mocktail featured by top Hawaii blogger, Hawaii Travel with Kids

Are you planning a mermaid party and are looking for a tropical mocktail recipe? Check out this super easy Mermaid Water Mocktail Hawaiian recipe perfect for all kinds of summer parties!

Prep Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes

Ingredients

  • Pineapple Juice
  • Gatorade Zero Sugar, Berry Flavored
  • Gatorade Frost, Glacier Freeze
  • Tall Glass
  • Ice Cubes

Instructions

  1. Start by filling your glass completely to the top with ice cubes. If you would like to use a straw, it’s best to insert your straw in the glass before pouring your liquids, otherwise the straw will disturb the layering process.
  2. Pour the pineapple juice over the ice, filling the glass a little over a third full.
  3. Next, very slowly pour the Gatorade Zero Berry over the pineapple juice, filling the glass about ¾ full. If the Gatorade begins pouring too quickly it will mix into the pineapple juice. A trick to help pour slowly is to hold a spoon with the backside facing up across the glass, and pour the Gatorade over the back side of the spoon. It will slowly trickle into the glass, and keep it from mixing with the pineapple juice.
  4. Lastly, pour the Gatorade Frost Glacier Freeze slowly over the Gatorade Zero Berry. The two will slightly mix together, and create an ombre effect, while still separating from the pineapple juice.

Nutrition Information:

Yield:

1

Serving Size:

1

Amount Per Serving: Calories: 277Total Fat: 0gSaturated Fat: 0gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 0gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 196mgCarbohydrates: 68gFiber: 1gSugar: 55gProtein: 1g

Looking for more Hawaiian Mocktails? Find out how to make Shark Attack Punch, Pina Colada Milk, or Mango Lemonade!

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