Pomegranate Sunrise is a great non-alcoholic drink to make for a summer dinner party or BBQ. A delicious way to cool off and indulge a little bit!
I am so excited to share our Pomegranate Sunrise drink creation with you! Since it has been SO HOT here these last few weeks, we have been trying to come up with some new summer drinks to help keep us cool.
No Alcohol Required
This is our non-alcoholic version of a Tequila Sunrise — since there is no tequila or tequila flavoring in it we decided to change the name to “Pomegranate Sunrise” The Grenadine syrup used in it resembles pomegranate juice. Originally it was actually MADE from pomegranate juice, but the Grenadine we found doesn’t actually have any pomegranate in it. We just stuck with the name because we thought it sounded fun.
This Pomegranate Sunrise drink is so pretty, plus it is easy to make and tastes DELICIOUS! This is great one to make with friends for a summer dinner party or BBQ, or even just for yourself after a long day of work or chasing kids around. It is a delicious way to cool off and indulge a little bit!
Cheers! More Drinks To Try
Sometimes it is fun to just have a fancy beverage when you are hosting friends for an evening of chit chat. The Tropical Slush is the perfect summer thirst-quencher complete with pineapple, coconut and lime. Make it even fancier by serving it in a hollowed out pineapple. Or if you’re looking for something cool and refreshing that will entertain your kids too, you’ll love the 5-Minute Slushies recipe. Its like magic how much kids love them! Just like you and everyone will love these Mint Julep drinks — a copycat from Disneyland. With a little bit of mint, lemon and lime flavors, they are beautiful and refreshing.
You also have to try the amazing Harry Potter Butterbeer from the Wizarding World of Harry Potter. It tastes just like what they serve in the park. And its so eary to make!
How to make a Pomegranate Sunrise Drink
- Fill each 12-ounce glass half-full with ice.
- Fill glass about 1/3 full of sprite (about 3 ounces) and fill the rest of the way with orange juice (6 ounces).
- Stir gently to combine. Add a splash of Grenadine syrup and serve!
- Garnish with oranges or cherries. (makes appx 6-8, 12 oz. glasses)