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๐Ÿน37 BEST Mocktail Recipes To Indulge At Any Time & Any Day!๐Ÿน

To prove that non-alcoholic drinks don’t have to be boring, here are 37 mocktail recipes that you can whip up for every season and occasion!

Mocktails, which are nonalcoholic versions of mixed drinks, can be just as enjoyable and refreshing as the real thing.

Creating and serving your own drinks is a fun way to entertain family and friends.

And there are various ways to combine syrups, sodas, and juices to create refreshing beverages that everyone will love.

Mocktails are a great way to mix things up, whether you’re serving them to guests or sipping on one yourself.

And instead of relying solely on fruit juice in your mocktail, go for a multi-faceted flavor profile!

Then there’s the fact that your drink needs to look good, too.

Without glitz and glamor, they will simply be seen as plain old juice glasses.

And with that, we’ve compiled a list of all the best Mocktail recipes for you!

From the tropical Piña Colada Mocktail to the summery Virgin Strawberry Daiquiri and the captivating Blue Lagoon, we have it all.

As for #35, it’ll be an easy way to have a high-class drink!

So, take a look at these mocktail recipes, and you’ll see how easy it is to make delightful mocktails!

Drinking this excellent beverage is like gazing into the gorgeous dawn! 

It tastes and looks just so great!

Grenadine’s sweetness counters the tangy citrus flavor, and it tastes even better when served over ice.

To make this mocktail, nothing beats the taste of freshly squeezed orange juice!

Fresh, juicy strawberries and peppery mint combine to make a refreshing drink that will be a favorite all summer long.

For this Strawberry Limeade, you don’t need a simple syrup because you can use a natural refined sugar-free sweetener instead— honey!

Adding a citrus flavor from lime enhances the strawberry flavor and makes it delightful.

Kids and adults alike can’t get enough of this Shirley Temple’s sugary, bubbly flavor!

Adding grenadine to the mix adds depth and richness, making this drink more bright and enticing.

While mixing in some grenadine and ginger ale will give the mixture a lively pinkish-red color.

This fizzy mocktail childhood favorite is timeless!

If you want to relax without getting buzzed, try a Virgin Mojito instead!

Adding sugar to the limes and mint muddled together creates a crisp, zesty flavor.

It’s pleasant, full of lime and mint flavor, and just the right amount of sweetness will likely become your new favorite drink!

Taking sips of the mocktail while nibbling on the fresh fruits in the glass is just as pleasurable as drinking it.

To make this Sangria Mocktail, you can use any of your favorite fruits, as well as those in season!

Looking for an Easter or brunch mocktail?

Traditional Mimosas contain only orange juice and champagne, but this refreshing, 

A bright concoction is just as tasty without the bubbly ingredient.

With just three ingredients, this drink will leave you speechless with its flavor and freshness.

There’s no way you’ll miss the booze in this fruity and sparkling mocktail!

With a hint of citrus and grenadine, this drink has a deliciously sweet and fruity flavor.

An invigorating mocktail infused with the zest of tropical fruit goodness!

This mocktail has all of the fun flavors you’ve come to expect from the classic party drink!

For those who can’t get enough lime juice in their margaritas, this mocktail is infused with freshly squeezed lime juice, which adds a tartness and brightness to each sip.

Orange juice and simple syrup balance out the tartness of the lemon and lime juices, making this a well-rounded concoction.

Make your guests swoon by sprinkling some salted caramel sauce on top of this simple punch.

The spicy-sweet taste of cinnamon and ginger is brought out in this drink by adding pumpkin pie spice to it.

Garnished with cranberries and apple slices, it comes together quickly and looks stunning.

Celebrating Roy Rogers’ long career as both an actor and singer, this drink bears his name.

That vanilla flavor that coca-cola adds, as well as that extra sweetness and tartness of grenadine, is what makes Roy Rogers Drink so refreshing and delicious!

Coke or Pepsi will work just fine in this recipe.

Yum, a Pia colada without rum!

Pineapple and coconut cream are the standout flavors in this piña colada-inspired mocktail.

It’s the epitome of a tropical paradise!

Refreshing and light, yet creamy and indulgent.

It’s the perfect drink to sip while relaxing by the pool.

Chocolate lovers, rejoice!

This mocktail is made just for you!

Milk and chocolate are blended together in this chocolatey creamy concoction.

Keep it in the fridge to satisfy a chocolate craving whenever you get one or use it in place of a sweet treat.

To be enjoyed by everyone, this is an excellent beverage for family celebrations!

This non-alcoholic mocktail of grapefruit and rosemary simple syrup is fruity, fresh, and delectable!

Make it fizzy and enjoyable by adding sparkling water as a garnish.

Blood orange is just so lovely!

You’ll get an extra dose of good-for-you punch in this easy mocktail thanks to fresh lime and blood orange juices.

Because they are sweeter than other oranges, blood oranges make excellent mixers for non-alcoholic drinks.

Rhubarb is a wonderful ingredient that can be used to make a tasty and cooling beverage by simply adding it to either still or bubbling water.

When sweetened, rhubarb has a highly tart flavor and is at its most flavorful.

While relaxing in the sun, this beverage is best served chilled.

When looking for something light but still festive, lemon basil splitter is a must-try.

Adding some freshly squeezed lemon juice and sparkling water to the muddled mixture will result in a fizzy beverage.

Taste-wise, it’s more like bubbly, citrusy, basil-infused lemon water.

Plus its appearance is stunning, and the basil adds a nice touch.

When looking for something light but still festive, lemon basil splitter is a must-try.

Adding some freshly squeezed lemon juice and sparkling water to the muddled mixture will result in a fizzy beverage.

Taste-wise, it’s more like bubbly, citrusy, basil-infused lemon water.

Plus its appearance is stunning, and the basil adds a nice touch.

Cranberry juice and pomegranate juice are combined with lemon-lime soda for a light, crisp, and fun holiday mocktail.

Just add a sprig of rosemary and some cranberries, and that’s it! 

For your holiday parties, this tall glass is a cinch to make.

It’s a mocktail made especially for new moms and expectant moms, but it’s suitable for non-drinkers too!

And, this could not be any easier.

Just put all of the juices in a pitcher or punch bowl and stir until they’re smooth.

With this fruity blend and lots of ice, this drink is pretty tasty, sleek, and soothing.

With a subtle sweetness from syrup, cream, club soda, and ice, this fizzy drink is perfect for people of all ages.

Every possible combination of flavors is on the table!

So, have fun experimenting with your preferred fruit.

Make a fun mocktail bar at your next birthday party, barbecue, or other get-togethers with this easy-to-make recipe.

A “drinking vinegar” is a nonalcoholic syrup also known as a “shrub.”

Fresh fruit (or vegetable), vinegar, and sugar are the usual ingredients.

This recipe for an apple cider vinegar and grape juice mocktail has just the right blend of sweetness and tartness.

Also known as Agua De Melon, or “melon water,” this is one of the many refreshing Aguas Frescas enjoyed by Mexicans.

Water, cantaloupe, and sugar are all that are needed to make this refreshing drink.

The melon should be picked at its peak ripeness for the sweetest, most fruity beverage.

There will be more sweetness and a distinct fruity aroma in the cantaloupe juice if it’s riper.

The classic Bloody Mary is given an exciting new spin!

All of this is accomplished without diluting the original flavors and still has the tasty and spicy notes present in every sip!

Making this mocktail is a piece of cake because all of the ingredients are likely already in your pantry or fridge.

You can’t go wrong with this bright yellow mocktail that combines a mojito’s crisp flavor with the tang of mango.

It’s the perfect mouth feel between courses, garnished with mint leaves and slices of lime over lots of ice— it’s so lovely!

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You’ll be blown away by how much flavor ginger syrup brings to your drinks.

You can’t help but marvel at how perfectly the tropical flavor and ginger zing come together in each sip!

Using kid-friendly ingredients, this drink is as much fun to make as it is to sip on.

Here comes the exciting part!

Cotton candy will bubble and melt as the soda pours over it, creating a delightful show— wow!

Perfect for any occasion, especially if you’ve had kids over.

To begin with, you will be drawn in by the minty aroma of this drink.

That lasting cooling sensation on the tongue provided by the mint simple syrup makes this mocktail much more delightful.

Also, mint simple syrup adds a new level of sweetness and complexity to this drink.

Smooth, luscious eggnog fills the glass, making it feel like a dessert in a cup.

The thick, rich drink and the toasty spices are to die for!

It’s the perfect dessert drink with earthy cinnamon or whipped cream on top.

Warm or cold, this sweet is excellent for the holidays.

It was Arnold Palmer’s personal favorite mocktail, which he eventually named after himself.

Served in bars and restaurants since the 1960s, this mocktail is surprisingly simple to prepare at home with just lemonade and iced tea basic pairing.

You can make it in a flash, and you’ll adore it.

This White Peach Sangria sounds and looks a lot more upscale than it actually is!

Orange juice, white grape juice, a little peach nectar, and a variety of colorful and juicy fruits are combined to create this virgin sangria.

Allow sitting for at least a few hours.

For the most delicate flavor, get a bottle of sparkling mineral water right before serving!

Now that’s an eye-catching mocktail in an eye-popping blue hue!

Adding curaçao to all those sugary ingredients can bring back memories of your childhood sugar rush!

You’ll be the talk of the party when you bring this blue lagoon out for your next get-together.

Daiquiri fans may recognize this sweet, red, and icy beverage.

Lime, pineapple juice, orange juice, and passion fruit juice combine to give it a sweet but tangy flavor.

It’s a famous mocktail in New Orleans, so why not give it a shot in a mocktail way!

No matter what time of day you’re having it, this Cherry Limeade is perfect for sipping because of the harmony of fruitiness and crispness.

A fresh cherry and lime wedge can be added as a finishing touch.

Let’s toast it and enjoy it!

With the Hocus Pocus-themed mocktail, your Halloween party will have an extra dose of witchery.

Mocktails give the impression of an upscale bar drink, but they’re actually something delicious and non-alcoholic— that’s the wonder of this mocktail!

Plus, you’ll be enchanted by this drink’s deep purple hue!

With Mock Champagne, you can welcome the new year in style without actually drinking a single drop of alcohol.

The recipe calls for just two simple ingredients.

Yup, you read that right— only two ingredients are required!

Just simply mix chilled ginger ale and apple juice— that’s it!

Cheers!

Thank God for lemons!

When it comes to savory dishes, desserts, or even beverages like this Lemon Drop Mocktail, lemons are the best!

This will be a hit with the adults and little ones, too.

And, they’ll assume they’re sipping on a posh lemonade.

So, grab those lemons and get to squeezing and mixing!

With a no-alcohol twist on the classic Coco-jito, this drink is sure to turn heads!

Not overly sweet, light, and creamy, this Coconut Mojito Mocktail is a great way to quench your thirst on a hot day.

Plus, it’s loaded with all of the best summer tastes— lime, coconut, and mint.

Take a sip and enjoy the rest of your day!

Whether you don’t drink alcohol or just want a change of pace, this collection of delectable mocktail recipes will not disappoint!

And, you won’t feel like you’re missing out with these mocktails.

So, play around with your tall glasses and enjoy mixing!

Top 37 BEST Mocktail Drinks🍹

Top 37 BEST Mocktail Drinks🍹

Here are 37 easy mocktail recipes that you can whip up for every season and occasion!

Ingredients

  • Sweet Sunrise Mocktail
  • Strawberry Limeade
  • Shirley Temple
  • Virgin Mojito
  • Sangria Mocktail
  • Mimosa Mocktail
  • Cinderella Mocktail
  • Virgin Margarita
  • Caramel Apple Punch
  • Roy Rogers
  • Piña Colada Mocktail
  • Chocolate Martini Mocktail
  • Grapefruit And Rosemary Mocktail
  • Sparkling Blood Orange Mocktail
  • Rhubarb Cordial
  • Virgin Strawberry Daiquiri
  • Lemon Basil Spritzer
  • Cranberry Pomegranate Mocktail
  • New Mother Mocktail
  • Italian Cream Soda
  • Grapefruit Shrub
  • Cantaloupe Agua Fresca
  • Virgin Mary Mocktail
  • Mango Mojito Mocktail
  • Pineapple Ginger Mocktail
  • Cotton Candy Mocktail
  • Mint Julep
  • Non-Alcoholic Eggnog
  • Arnold Palmer
  • Virgin White Peach Sangria
  • Blue Lagoon Mocktail
  • Hurricane Mocktail
  • Sparkling Cherry Limeade
  • Hocus Pocus Mocktail
  • Mock Champagne
  • Lemon Drop Mocktail
  • Coconut Mojito Mocktail

Instructions

  1. Find your favorite recipe from our Mocktail Recipes list.
  2. Gather all the ingredients needed.
  3. Start mixing and make us proud!

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