This pineapple margarita mocktail recipe is delicious and perfect for your Cinco de Mayo celebrations with kids this year. Don’t forget to make our bendy mustache straw too.
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Cinco de Mayo is just around the corner and the kids are going to love these non-alcoholic pineapple margaritas with bendy mustache straws. Don’t forget to make extra mustache straws for the alcoholic version of your drinks too.
Pineapple margarita mocktail
Let’s make our delicious pineapple margarita drink recipe. Print the recipe below and make these drinks as your guests arrive. Alternatively, set up a margarita bar with a blender so your guests can make their own drinks.
- 1 cup non-alcoholic margarita mix
- 1 cup pineapple juice
- 1 12oz can frozen pineapple juice concentrate
- 1 cup ice Salt (for rimming glass)
- Lime wedges (for garnish)
- Add the ice, pineapple juice, frozen pineapple, and margarita mix to the blender and blend until combined thoroughly.
- Brush a little of the mocktail to the top of the glass (or pour a little into a shall dish and dip the top of the glass into it). Then dip it in the salt to rim the glass.
- Fill the glass with the pineapple margarita, garnish with the lime wedges and serve.
This recipe makes four cocktails, so adjust the quantity of each of the ingredients according to how many guests you’ll be having. Set up the alcoholic version on one table, and mocktail on another to keep them separated because you don’t want kids using the alcoholic mix by mistake.
If you want to serve a variety of options, purchase frozen fruit juice concentrate in other flavors too, including orange, strawberry, and grapefruit. Don’t forget to include fresh fruit on your margarita bar that guests can use as a garnish, because it’s not a cocktail without a garnish.
How to make bendy mustache straws
- Mustache PDF (download)
- Photo paper
- Bendy straws
- Hole punch
Download our free mustache PDF and print it on photo paper. Make sure that the ink is dry before you cut them out so they don’t smudge.
Using scissors, cut out each mustache and hole-punch the center. Insert a bendy straw through the hole. Put all of your straws into a glass or vase on the table with a pen. Guests can write their names on the back of the mustache so they don’t lose their drink.
Tip: Use different colored straws to identify alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks, for example, black for adults, and white for kids. Or, keep the colors bright and colorful.
More Cinco de Mayo party ideas
Are you looking for more fun ideas for your next Cinco de Mayo party? Check out these fun and yummy ideas because the whole family will love them.
- Mini chili pinatas
- DIY sombrero craft
- Happy hour tips from Chef Marcela
- Cinco de Mayo menu plan
- Carne asada quesadillas
- California burritos recipe
- Citrus chicken taco bowl
- Loaded carne asada fries