Non Alcoholic Drinks
Mocktails, aka non-alcoholic drinks, let you party without the buzz. From a classic Arnold Palmer to an innocent Shirley Temple or even an alcohol-free pina colada, these easy recipes for non-alcoholic drinks are full of fun flavors.
Citrus is a perfect flavor to brighten dreary winter days. Try this DIY soda during the holiday season at an open house or dinner party with friends.
Cranberry juice, ginger syrup and seltzer combine to make this fizzy pink refresher. Serve it as a family-friendly drink with optional alcoholic add-ins.
Serve these nonalcoholic drinks with fun fruit garnishes and festive swizzle sticks.
Heat up a chilly fall or winter day with a mug full of apple cider with a hint of citrus and warm spices. Increase the intensity of the cinnamon, clove and anise infusion by lengthening the simmer time.
Worcestershire, horseradish, and hot pepper sauce give this icy low-calorie beverage extra punch.
Toss those artificial syrups! Puree berries, peaches or mangoes for a fresh and additive-free beverage-starter. Feel free to skip the ice cream to make a refreshing fruit soda.
Serve this bubbly and refreshing Mexican beverage the next time you make tacos, enchiladas or burritos.
Serve these fun green drinks at a summer party or a Halloween bash.
Cinnamon and vanilla ice cream make this Christmas party punch creamy and spicy. Embellish each serving with a candy cane.
Mix up this chocolate drink mix and give as a gift. Or keep it on hand for unexpected guests.
This easy to make flavored drink includes fresh blueberries--just right for summer parties.
Kids love this combination of cranberry juice, limeade, and orange juice. Freezing the ice mixtures keep the layers separate in this tangy, slushy drink recipe.
These frozen, fruited juice pops can be made a week or two before the party. Use leftover ripe fruit in the recipe.
A favorite among kids and adults, there's nothing more refreshing on a hot afternoon than a glass of strawberry lemonade. Try the make-ahead recipe directions to prepare for potlucks and barbecues.
Take lemonade to the tropics with a touch of coconut syrup and fresh berries. It's a refreshing summer drink for outdoor parties.