I love a fun holiday celebration, but I don’t love the day after hangover! These winter mocktails are festive ways you can join in with
all the cheers and still face your family at 6 am the next day.
There was a thing about a decade ago, when I was younger, single and child free every other weekend. My neighborhood friends called it the “Deanne pour”.
Wine conniseurs would have snubbed my bigger than life red wine pours, but boy did I have fun sharing the wine love.
One marriage and now with four kids, the Deanne pour has been corked and tucked away as a fun memory of my younger days.
These days, the little people in our household wake up at six am, ready to
party all day long!!
So mocktails for me, it is.
Here’s a roundup of my favorite Winter Mocktails. You won’t feel like you’re missing anything, I promise!
Cranberry Mint Cocktail is a sparkling drink that is minty and sweet mocktail. Sweet, refreshing, and such a refreshing drink to serve up.
This Peppermint White Russian Mocktail is the perfect festive drink for the Christmas season. It’s cold, creamy and refreshing. Can’t you just see yourself fireside sipping on this while watching a Hallmark movie?
A deliciously refreshing mocktail, using Belvoir Fruit farms cordial and ginger beer.
And if you’ve never had a grasshopper, then you’re in for a treat! It’s a mint chocolate drink that’s creamy and delicious!
Here, the classic flavor combination of cranberry, orange, and cinnamon is complemented by the unexpected addition of clove.
This Cranberry Pineapple Mocktail is a delicious non-alcoholic holiday drink, perfect for kids or anyone who can’t or chooses not to drink. Perfect for toasting on Christmas or New Years Eve!
A non-alcoholic version of the classic drink, this Tom Collins Mocktail hits all the high points of the recipe you know and love. Best of all, it’s made with just 4 ingredients (plus ice), and can easily be made Keto/Low Carb!
This kombucha mocktail is a tasty non-alcoholic cocktail that's perfect for the holidays. It brings healthy kombucha together with festive cranberry juice and a bit of fiery ginger ale.
Tart cranberry juice mixed with a little simple syrup, club soda, and a few other special ingredients make this cranberry juice based mocktail an amazing holiday drink.
Okay, while technically not a mocktail, still or sparkling water is a great choice. If you're looking to up your water drinking after ringing in the New Year, this is for you!!
This is an apple cider the whole family can enjoy! It's sweet, spiced and everything nice.
Oh, and for those of you who are still looking to whoop it up, I bet you can doctor these mocktails to your liking!