The easiest and cheapest shirley temple you will ever make in 2 minutes with just 2 ingredients! How easy is that?
It’s a virtual bridal shower for Sally! Our very good friend Sally from Sally’s Baking Addiction will be getting hitched in 2 months so a group of us have come together to throw her an amazing bridal shower. And you know I couldn’t come to the shower without something bright and color, just like all of Sally’s gorgeous sprinkled goodies!
Sally is one of the sweetest girls that I know, and she’s a hell of a baker. Every time I see her funfetti donuts or lemon blueberry cake blowing up on Pinterest, I want to run to the kitchen and bake up a storm! And I could not be more thrilled for her that she is getting married. Sally – I truly wish you all the best with Kevin and Jude!
Now this shirley temple – you wouldn’t believe that this really comes together in just 2 minutes with 2 ingredients. All you need is some lemon-lime soda and maraschino cherries. That’s it! It’s simple, cheap and so easy – perfect for those group get-togethers. You can even dress these up with maraschino cherry garnishes and those fancy cocktail umbrellas. No one could even guess that this is just the easiest thing ever!
And don’t forget to check out what everyone else is bringing to the shower!
- Chocolate Swiss Roll Cake from Lauren’s Latest
- Funfetti Cookie Dough Balls from Averie Cooks
- Cake Batter Funfetti Cookies from Diethood
- Cake Batter Popcorn from I Heart Naptime
- Confetti Cookie Milkshake from Bake Your Day
- Cake Batter Ice Cream Balls from Oh, Sweet Basil
- Frosted Sugar Cookies from Roxana’s Home Baking
- Peanut Butter Filled Doughnuts from Crazy For Crust
- Funfetti Sugar Cookie Cups from Crunchy Creamy Sweet
- Funfetti Pudding Mix Cookies from Cooking Classy
- Cherry Chocolate Chip Cupcakes from The Messy Baker
- Chocolate Frosted Sugar Cookie Bars from Handle the Heat
- Vanilla Banana Muffins from Love From the Oven
- Homemade Funfetti Yellow Birthday Cake from Ambitious Kitchen
- Frosting Filled Deep Dish Cake Batter Cookies from The Domestic Rebel
- 1 10-ounce jar maraschino cherries, juice and cherries, divided
- 1 2-liter bottle lemon lime soda
- 1 orange, thinly sliced
- In a large pitcher, whisk together juice and soda.
- Serve over ice, garnished with cherries and orange slices, if desired.
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Simple and Refreshing
When we were kids, my sister and I always got a Shirley Temple when we went out for dinner. I think it was our favorite drink. Thanks for the recipe!
Loved these as a kid. We made ours with Grenadine syrup and gingerale with cherries garnish.
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oooooooooooh Michael LOVES shirley temples
We had a dinner party for 12 yesterday and made this for the kids. Huge success! Also made your five minute pesto and used it for mayo-less potato salad. Yum, that stuff can be eaten with a spoon. Thanks!
Oh, Shirley Temples! I adore them, I always ordered them whenever we would eat at a restaurant as a kid!
I think these are the prettiest drink pictures I’ve ever seen! I love me a shirley temple, and this recipe is amazing!
Hi Chungah! I just stumbled upon your beautiful drink you made for Sally’s virtual bridal shower and I simply love it. Brilliant idea! I’m a huge fan of Sally since I started blogging and I’m now happy to meet you through her bridal shower. Cheers from the French girl behind Del’s cooking twist 😉
This sounds so delicious and so simple! And your photos are gorgeous… I think I can even see your reflection in the cherry in one of your photos, it’s so crisp and clear!
When I was growing up, way back when, this was what our parents ordered for us when we all went out to dinner because it was eloquent and non-alcoholic. Although the were the same drink, little girls got a Shirley Temple and little boys got a Roy Rogers.
Looks so easy! Perfect for this weather .
Every bridal shower needs a bright, colorful drink. This is perfect for the celebration.
Mmm, I LOVE Shirley Temples! They were my go-to drink for years as a kid and teenager and I STILL love them! Such a perfect anytime drink 🙂
Oh wow! This is genius! I am having one of those, “Why didn’t I think of that???” – moments. 😀
Gorgeous cocktail is a must for an event like this! Loving this Shirley Temple!
Looks so exotic!!
I love the little shout out to Jude. I knew that was coming from you, Chung-Ah! I can’t believe how lucky I am to have such wonderful friends like all of you. I was so excited to see all of these amazing recipes in my reader this morning and now even more excited to read that they are in honor of me! Thank you so much for all of your help and advice, Chung-Ah! I wouldn’t be able to do much of this without advice from you… and laughs with you. I grew up drinking shirley temples and they are the perfect addition to any shower!
I used to GUZZLE shirley temples as a kid, and I’ve passed my skills on to Skylar now 🙂 Her absolute favorite and this is gorgeous!
Perhaps a Sally Temple? 😉 Loving the colour here, it looks so delicious, and the soda makes it so refreshing, mmm ^ ^
So simple and looks fabulous!