Did you know that you can make interesting and tasty drinks without using any alcohol? Alcohol is not very good for you, but often making drinks, especially party drinks like cocktails, is a big part of socialising. But it does not need to be. Especially when you have mocktails, and that’s where this hand-selected list of mocktail recipes comes in.
What is the difference between a cocktail and a mocktail?
Here is the simple answer – one contains alcohol, the other does not. Think of mocktails as non-alcoholic versions of cocktails.
If you have come across virgin margaritas, then you already are familiar with the idea.
But to really get you going, we have for you today 15 mocktail recipes you can try making at home. They are great for socialising and chilling out with your friends and family, and make for interesting drinks to have without needing to use any alcohol. And we have a wide range of mocktails in this repertoire of mocktails – whether you’re looking for non-alcoholic versions of the most famous cocktails, or fruity mocktails, or even interesting ones like a layered mocktail recipe or a smoking mocktail recipe, we have got you covered!
Excited to check out what we have in store for you?
Great, then let’s get started with these 15+ mocktail recipes.
List of mocktail recipes
Here’s a quick list of the 15+ mocktail recipes covered below:
- Watermelon Mocktail
- Fruit Punch Mocktail
- Pineapple Mocktail
- Sunrise Mocktail
- Blue Lagoon Mocktail
- Rose Mocktail
- Mango Mule Mocktail
- Virgin Margarita
- Virgin Mojito
- Virgin Pina Colada
- Mango Mocktail
- Green Sea Mocktail
- Cinderella Mocktail
- Shirley Temple Mocktail
- Triple Flair Layered Mocktail
- Smoking Mocktail recipe
Watermelon Mocktail drinks recipe
Fruit Punch Mocktail
Blue Lagoon Mocktail recipe
Rose Mocktail recipe
Mango Mule Mocktail recipe
Virgin Margarita Mocktail recipe
Virgin Mojito recipe
Virgin Pina Colada Mocktail recipe
Green Sea Mocktail recipe
Cinderella Mocktail Recipe
Shirley Temple Mocktail recipe
Triple Flair Layered Mocktail recipe
Bonus Mocktail Recipe (Wow-worthy!)
The 15 mocktail recipes you have come across so far are pretty cool (and yummy), but if you are looking for something a bit different (maybe something a bit more wow-worthy), then check out this smoking mocktail recipe:
Yes, this one is a bit more tricky than the others (mainly because not everyone has dry ice in their pantry!), but it certainly can be a great one to make, especially for your friends, or for parties. This will definitely get people talking, that you can bet on!
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Healthy mocktails tip?
Mocktails are tasty and great as party drinks, but as you have no wonder seen they do use quite a bit of sugar. And that makes them not something you should try regularly. But here is a tip for you – you can make your mocktails healthier by replacing the sugar with healthier alternatives like honey or coconut sugar.
That said, drink them responsibly. Once in a while is fine, but drinking mocktails every day is not.
Whether you are looking for mocktail recipes to try with your friends and family (or even with your kids), or something interesting to do during the lockdown, these mocktail recipes will certainly get you started. There are even ones here that will totally wow your friends, so you have the additional motivation to try them out!
But mocktails are not the only things you can try – if you are up for making new things, why not check out these homemade ice-cream recipes? Or how about these no-bake cheesecake recipes? If you want something simpler (and sweet), then these microwave cake recipes can definitely do the trick. Once you’re done, you can enjoy the fruit of your labour while binging on Netflix… If that does not make for a fun and chill staying in plan, we don’t know what does!
So what are your thoughts on these mocktail recipes? Which ones are you most excited about trying first?
Have you tried mocktails before? If you have, do you have any personal favourites?
Share your thoughts and notes on the mocktail recipes (and on mocktails in general) in the comments section below.
And remember, drink responsibly.
Have a great weekend!
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