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FANCY MOCKTAILS FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY

In Christmas, Cool Finds, Drinks, Evergreen, Food, Holidays, Recipes, Valentine's Day, by Kay ProtheroeLeave a Comment

Let’s celebrate! There are many celebrations this throughout the year and chances to raise a glass with loved ones. We have pulled together some delicious fancy mocktail recipes for you to try! These are fantastic on their own or easily made into a cocktail.

What is a mocktail?

A mocktail is a celebratory “fancy drink” without alcohol.

Mocktails are perfect for including the kids into the celebrations, for designated drivers, pregnant guests and non-drinkers. There is no reason why you can’t be festive and inclusive (and healthier) without being boring!

Here are some of our favourite healthy, fun & festive holiday mocktail drinks to try:

Festive Holiday Mocktails


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Pear
Hugo

You will need:

  • 3 ounces sparkling non-alcoholic pear cider (we use IKEA)
  • 1 ½ ounces Elder-flower cordial (also from IKEA)
  • About 3 ounces sparkling mineral water  
  • Ice cubes
  • Lime and fresh mint leaves

    Instructions:

      • Fill a tall “Collins” glass with ice.
      • Pour pear cider over the ice, followed by the elder-flower cordial.
      • Top off the glass with sparking mineral water. Garnish with lots fresh mint leaves & a plenty of lime.
      • to change to a cocktail substitute prosecco for the pear cider and St-Germain liqueur for the Elder Flower syrup.
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    Appleberry Sparkler

    You will need:

    • 4 oz LaCroix Pomme Bayá
    • 2 oz Apple Cider
    • Raspberries

    Click Here for instructions

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    Slow Cooker Apple Cider

    You will need:

    • 3 ounces sparkling non-alcoholic pear cider (we use IKEA)
    • 1 ½ ounces Elder-flower cordial (also from IKEA)
    • About 3 ounces sparkling mineral water  
    • Ice cubes
    • Lime and fresh mint leaves

      Instructions:

      • Fill a tall “Collins” glass with ice.
      • Pour pear cider over the ice, followed by the elderflower cordial.
      • Top off the glass with sparkling mineral water. Garnish with lots of fresh mint leaves & plenty of lime.
      • to change to a cocktail substitute prosecco for the pear cider and St-Germain liqueur for the Elder Flower syrup.
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      Berry Little Christmas

      You will need:

      • 3 oz LaCroix Cran-Raspberry
      • 1 oz. Pomegranate Juice
      • Pomegranate seeds
      • Cranberries
      • Rosemary

      Click Here for instructions

      Visit our Pinterest page  for more holiday mocktail recipes, ideas & inspiration.

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