I recently made some delicious mocktails with my sister, and it was so much fun to use a proper cocktail shaker, and feel like a mixologist for the day.
All of our mocktails were completely alcohol-free, and I loved finding easy recipes online- and experimenting with our own mocktail recipes when we wanted to create something new!
I love finding new drink ideas, and Faye’s blog is fantastic for recipe suggestions and drinking fun- both alcoholic and non-alcoholic.
In this post, I’ve put together 5 delicious mocktails to make at home. Whether you have a party coming up, or you fancy making mocktails as a fun date idea– find all my suggestions below.
Fruit punch is a classic, delicious mocktail choice full of delicious fruit juice and pretty fruit garnishes. The fruit punch we made had a base of cranberry juice, and we finished it off with wedges of lime on the side of the glass.
This delicious mocktail is perfect to make at home with a bit of experimentation, and if you want to use orange juice or even lemon juice this fruit punch is a refreshing and delicious party drink.
Find the full recipe over on the BBC Good Food website.
If you’re like me and you love a mojito when you’re out and about, then the virgin mojito is the perfect mocktail to make at home! Use plenty of mint and lime just like the alcoholic version, and don’t forget to include lots of ice in the glass.
The virgin mojito is a delicious mocktail to make at home and enjoy with friends at your next birthday party or fun celebration.
The fruity mocktail is another great mocktail for your late Summer party or back to school event. Instead of alcohol and spirits, this mocktail is full of fruits, juice, and it’s perfect for children or those who want a break from alcoholic drinks.
Whether you live a sober lifestyle or you just want to make sure your party is kid-friendly, this fruity mocktail is delicious!
Find the recipe for this delicious mocktail here, and make it at home at your next party.
I was so excited to make this one, as I love passion fruit and I always think it looks amazing on a fancy cocktail in a restaurant or bar. This delicious mocktail is sweet and tasty, and I just wish I’d had a proper martini glass to serve it in!
The key with passion-fruit is to include plenty of sugar to off-set the sour taste of the fruit, and me and my sister put sugar around the rim of the glass which definitely satisfied our sweet tooth!
Find a full recipe for this mocktail here.
Looking just like normal champagne, this mocktail is perfect for a big celebration- without the headache the next day. We didn’t actually make this one, but I’m excited to try it out and serve in some tall champagne flutes.
Do you have any delicious mocktail recipe ideas to make at home? What’s your favourite non-alcoholic drink choice? What do you think of my delicious mocktail recipes to make at home?
Let me know all your thoughts in the comments below 🙂
Happy reading x