Kids adore having a special cocktail just like the grown-ups do, and this one is surprisingly tasty. The white-grape juice has an appealing, slightly spicy flavor, while the ginger ale provides the bubbles. Just this once, give each kid a stemmed glass (small fingers handle stemware surprisingly well). For older kids, add a couple of frozen grapes on a toothpick—the younger set’s variation on the martini olive!
Courtesy of Sharon Bowers
|24 green or red seedless grapes||3 cups ginger ale, chilled|
|3 cups white-grape juice, chilled|
Wash and dry the grapes and freeze them until solid.
For each serving, pour 1/4 cup ginger ale into a stemmed glass and top with 1/4 cup white-grape juice.
For garnish, thread two frozen grapes onto a toothpick and float in each glass.
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