Another Princess Party Idea is to serve Princess Sparklers which are layered drinks in a sugar rimmed cup. I used some CandiQuik that Log House Foods sent me to get the sprinkles to stick on the cups.
When hosting a Princess Party, you can’t just have regular drinks, right? I wanted to serve a fun beverage with the cake for dessert so I made each guest a Princess Sparkler. It is a layered drink served in a cup that is rimmed with pink sprinkles. The girls all said that it was so good and they thought it was neat that there were 3 kinds of liquids in the cups.
I prepared the sugar rimmed cups before the party. Dip the rim of clear plastic cups into melted CandiQuik or melted white chocolate.
While the white chocolate is still soft on the cups, dip it into a bowl of pink sprinkles.
Allow the white chocolate to harden before using the cups.
When you are ready to serve the Princess Sparklers, fill the cups with crushed ice.
Then, add the liquid in layers by their sugar content. The beverage with the highest sugar content goes on the bottom. I started with Strawberry Lemonade with 33 grams of sugar per serving. Then, I slowly added grape Gatorade G2 with 7 grams of sugar per serving. I topped it off with Diet 7Up with 0 grams of sugar per serving.
The strawberry lemonade was a light pink so it is a little hard to see the layers in this photo. Next time I will either buy a juice that is brighter in color or add a drop of food coloring to the juice to make the layers more pronounced. The girls said they really like the combination of flavors in the Princess Sparklers and they thought it was fun to nibble on the sugar rimmed cup after they drank their beverage.