Mocktail recipes are delicious but tend to come with a stigma that they’re notoriously difficult to make.
It’s not true! There is always enough time to create a mocktail pitcher and they’re a great way to get non-drinkers or children safely involved in the drinking.
There is never a wrong time to enjoy a mocktail – these 6 recipes are on our ‘to try’ list for this weekend!
One of our favourite on this list is the Arizona Sunset mocktail by Love Bakes Good Cakes.
This drink of ice, grenadine, sprite, orange juice (and cherries to decorate!) looks incredibly refreshing and the citrus flavour makes it a great one to bookmark for summer BBQ’s!
We’re sure that this mocktail will be a firm favourite amongst the kids – the colour alone is enough to send them loopy!
POMEGRANATE MOJITO MOCKTAIL
This pomegranate mojito is a great choice for people who are looking for a non-alcoholic drink that isn’t too sweet or too sour.
For this drink you’ll need; pomegranate seeds, mint, lime, pomegranate juice and lemonade.
We can almost guarantee that this drink will go down incredible at a family party or get-together with your friends!
This coconut lavender mocktail is made from lemon juice, coconut water, sugar, water and lavender syrup.
A tropical blend means that this non-alcoholic drink has a herbal and sweet taste, able to compliment any dish at a BBQ or dinner party.
The delicate combination looks like a delicious drink to try and we have a feeling it would go down amazingly with the older generation!
STRAWBERRY PINA COLADA
Our strawberry Pina Colada is a great one for the kids who like to think they’re able to drink like the adults!
This sweet mocktail recipe has a creamy consistency that is perfect to drink on a holiday or when you’re relaxing outside in the summer.
This recipe needs strawberries, coconut cream, pineapple juice and ice. After that, it’s good to drink!
The classic twist on the Bloody Mary cocktail is our Virgin Mary mocktail; a favourite for people who are looking for a bit of punch.
This mocktail is made with ice cubes, tomato juice, lemon juice, Worcestershire sauce, Tabasco sauce and salt & pepper for some extra flavouring.
The Virgin Mary has a fiery and spicy sour flavour so it’s definitely not for the weak!
If you’re trying out Dry January (or just don’t fancy an alcoholic drink!), you can still imagine you’re relaxing in the Medd with this non-alcoholic sangria.
A mixture of oranges, lemons, limes, apples and cinnamon is sure to be a hit with the kids as it’s a great twist on the classic fruit punch!
What’s your favourite non-alcoholic drink?