Non-Alcoholic Mexican Drinks
Host a non-alcoholic Cinco de Mayo party that's flowing with marvelous Mexican drinks. Check out this collection of easy non-alcoholic Mexican drinks, including spiked coffees and zero-proof margaritas.See Popular Non-Alcoholic Mexican Drinks Recipes
This bright red Mexican-style cocktail has a spicy kick to it. To celebrate Mexico's Independence Day bicentennial, which begins tonight, consider serving Sangrita alongside a shot of tequila and lime juice to mirror the colors of the Mexican flag.
If you're giving this cinnamon-spiced cocoa mix as a gift, add a holiday mug to the basket.
A bracing drink traditionally sweetened with unrefined sugar.
When entertaining guests at a summer cookout, start off the festivities with this low-calorie three-fruit beverage served over ice. It's perfect for diabetics.
This refreshing lemonade-like drink is served at almost every meal on Mexican ranches.
This refreshing drink is served by roadside vendors all over Mexico. Not too much fruit, not too much sugar, just a beautiful way to quench your thirst on a summer day.
This alcohol-free "cocktail" looks like its tequila-laced counterpart. And it's perfect for dieters--just 58 calories per drink.
A refreshing agua fresca is a popular drink in Mexico and all over Latin America. Agua frescas are basically fresh ripe fruit juices, sweetened and served over or blended with ice. An interesting variation is to freeze a fruity white wine and then crush it and substitute it for the crushed ice. Make two batches of this recipe to serve six people.
A summery take on a popular Spanish and Mexican rice-based drink.
If you want a fantastic way to get an extra protein boost in the morning, after a workout, or as an evening snack, learn how to make a banana smoothie with peanut butter.
Hot chocolate, eggnog, and other winter-warming drinks like apple cider are meant for kicking back in front of a fire and letting the world go by.Or maybe ski by: Not long ago, a seven-year-old I know named Emily chirped, "Daddy, let's go to the lodge for some nice hot chocolate." Quite properly, her father said "no;" they had only been on the slopes for 15 minutes.
The seemingly endless round of holiday parties and end-of-year get-togethers at this time of year often means that you're drinking a bit more alcohol than usual. Those extra cocktails can add up to a lot of surplus calories! If you're going to imbibe, choose wisely. Naughty If you're planning on driving (or having more than one) it's best to avoid Martini-type cocktails, which tend to be very high in alcohol. A single restaurant-sized martini may contain more than three "drinks" worth of alcohol (and calories).