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Mocktail Recipes


Everyone loves a special tipple at Christmas, but it can be very easy to over indulge. To avoid that, but still have that something special, why not try these alcohol-free mocktails.

Christmas Mocktail

Ingredients

4 cups cranberry juice

2 cups pineapple juice

2 cups orange juice

Ice

Optional

Diet lemonade or sparkling water

Sugar for glass rims

Instructions

  1. Stir juices and ice together in a pitcher/jug.
  2. Dip damp edge of glasses into sugar, if desired.
  3. Pour into glasses and serve.

Blackberry Mint Spritzer

Ingredients

For the Spritzer (makes 1 drink)

5 blackberries

10 mint leaves

1/2 lime, juiced

1.5 oz simple syrup (a little less than 1 shot glass!)

1/2 cup sparkling water

Ice

Garnish (optional): extra mint leaves, 3 blackberries, lime slices

Instructions

  1. Mix the blackberries, mint leaves, and syrup in a cup. Using a muddler (or the back of a wooden spoon), muddle everything together, squishing the juice from the blackberries and mint leaves.
  2. Once juiced, add the sparkling water and fresh lime juice.
  3. Fill the rest of the glass with ice, garnish with some sprigs of mint, a few black berries, a slice of lime and serve immediately.

Tropical Twisters Mocktail

Makes 3 Mocktails

Instructions

12 ounces Lemon-Lime Soft Drink

12 ounces Pineapple Juice

12 ounces Fruit Drink

Instructions

  1. Mix three layers separately in blender.
  2. Blend Ice and Lemon-Lime Soda. Pour into bottom of glasses.
  3. Blend Ice and Pineapple Juice. Pour slowly into glasses on top of bottom layer.
  4. Blend Ice and Fruit Drink. Pour slowly on top of previous layers.
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