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New Years Eve Mocktail Recipes

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New Year’s is a wonderful time to celebrate new beginnings with friends. While the party is usually filled with champagne and other drinks, having the options of mocktails for kids or non-drinkers is a great way to ensure every guest feels included in the celebration. To help inspire the mixologist in you, check out these delicious, festive, and easy mocktail recipes to make for your New Year’s celebration!

Grapefruit Rosemary Frizz

Caitlin and Manda, the dynamic duo behind the blog, The Merry Thought share a festive non-alcoholic drink for the holidays. Filled with seasonal flavors of citrus packed grapefruit and herby rosemary, this refreshing drink is a great thing to serve at any social gathering.

 

Holiday Mocktails

Pomegranate, cranberry, and red currant are all winter foods, but instead of cooking with them, why not make a delicious drink? Eva of Tasse D’amor shares not one, but three drinks using these seasonal ingredients! Check out her easy and beautiful recipes!

 

Coke Sangria Mocktail

Want to serve a non-alcoholic drink at your party that still feels sophisticated? Then try this spin on sangria from Jocelyn of Grandbaby Cakes. Using winter fruits, pomegranate juice, apple cider, and coke, this drink comes together with all the holiday flavors. It’s so good guests will be taking seconds and thirds!

 

Holiday Cranberry Mocktail

Tiffany of Living Sweet Moments shares her mocktail recipe that is flavored with cranberry, lemon, and rosemary. This delicious drink tastes like the holidays in a cup. Shake this drink up and let your guests enjoy this sweet sip!

 

Sparkling Wassail Mocktails

Liz and Sam of The Pretty Life Girls have a delicious mocktail recipe to serve up during the holidays. Filled with apple cider, orange juice, warm spices, and sparkling pineapple water, this bubbly drink is the perfect way to celebrate with guests.

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