Learn about 30 fun, interesting and delicious non alcoholic Christmas drinks in this guide on non alcoholic Christmas drinks (video recipes included).
Keep reading to learn more.
What comes to your mind when you think about Christmas drinks? If you’re in the USA, it’ll very likely be Egg Nog or Punch. If you’re in the UK it’ll be mulled wine or Apple Cider, whereas if you’re in one of the Scandinavian countries you’ll very likely think about Glug and Sorrel if you’re in the Caribbean. Those are certainly popular Christmas drinks, but by no means are they the only ones. In fact, Christmas drinks come in many varieties around the world, especially when you include the mocktail versions of the holiday drinks.
And that’s what you will find out more about in today’s guide on non alcoholic Christmas drinks.
There’s something here to suit everyone’s taste buds:
- if you like things traditional, try the Egg Nog, Mulled wine, or Apple Cider – those are the Christmas drinks that have been around the longest, and are tried and tested so you can’t go wrong with them.
- If you want something with a bit of zing, the Jamaican Sorrel is your best bet.
- If you want something rich and indulgent, there are some yummy and rich non alcoholic Christmas drinks recipes, like the Pumpkin Spiced Latte, Christmas Milkshake and the French Hot Chocolate.
- If you want something light and fruity, try the different fruit punches.
- There are also many other fun and interesting non alcoholic Christmas drinks recipes that will work great if you are feeling a bit adventurous, curious, or just want to wow your family and friends (which you can do virtually over social media)!
You will definitely find something cool, fun and delicious in this guide of 30 non alcoholic Christmas drinks, so they are a must-see for all Christmas (and food) enthusiasts!
One more thing to note: These recipes are great as they are, but you certainly can tweak them to suit your needs. For example, if you like your drinks really sweet add more sugar (or better, honey). If you like it less sweet, reduce the sugar content. If you like it thicker, add more of the main ingredient (like in the case of the Peanut drink, add more peanuts). If you like it spicier, add more ginger (or even chilli if you’re a fan of chilli like we are). You get the idea. Do not be afraid to tweak the recipe. At the end of the day, what’s important is that you like it so tweak what you need or want to.
With that said, let’s begin the non alcoholic Christmas drinks journey!
Non Alcoholic Eggnog
Non Alcoholic Mulled Wine
Hot Apple Cider
Tip: If you don’t have Apple Cider, apple juice will work in its place.
The Grinch Punch
Non Alcoholic Jamaican Sorrel
Raspberry Lime & Mint Mocktail
Non Alcoholic Sangria
Non Alcoholic Christmas Mojito
German Christmas Punch (Kinderpunsch)
Pineapple Lemonade Punch
White Christmas Punch
Jamaican Carrot Punch
Jamaican Peanut Punch
Pomegranate Mojito Mocktail
Non Alcoholic Shirley Temple
Pumpkin Spice Latte
French Hot Chocolate
Christmas Milkshake Recipe
Candy Cane Shake
Norwegian Glogg (Nordic Mulled Wine)
Tip: Red grape is a good alternative of wine for making this Nordic Mulled Wine.
Puerto Rican Coquito
Tip: The traditional Coquito is made with rum, but you can also make one without alcohol which happens to be a common practice in Puerto Rico (to make sure kids don’t miss out!). Alcohol is totally optional.
Last on our list of Non alcoholic Christmas drinks is a Ginger based drink. Ginger is a great palate cleanser and digestive aid. If you want something to help you after a heavy meal, this one can be a great non alcoholic Christmas drink to try!
Alcohol is not very good for you, this is a proven fact (based on numerous researches). So if you want to cut down on (or better, completely avoid) drinking alcohol during this Christmas, then these recipes are a must-try. Not just that, these non alcoholic Christmas drinks are also really creative, fun and delish so if you’re interested in trying something new and interesting this Christmas (or New Year), try out these non alcoholic Christmas drinks (you can find even more non-alcoholic drinks recipes here).
They’ll certainly make your Christmas even more interesting, fun and memorable – all without using any alcohol!
Who says you can’t have fun without alcohol?!
What do you think of these non alcoholic Christmas drinks? Which one’s your favourite? Are there any here you have tried before, and have any experience or tips to share?
Share your tips and thoughts about these non alcoholic Christmas drinks in the comments section below.
Have a great Christmas! 🎄🎄🎄
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