Mocktails Recipes

Mocktails are mock cocktails, or those that do not contain any alcohol. These non-alcoholic drinks are great for serving the entire family and a nice alternative for party guests who prefer not to drink alcohol.

Simple Mocktails Recipes

  • Perfect if you’re throwing a retro party or if you’ve never left the sixties. Just keep in mind that this punch needs to “marinate” overnight.

  • Can’t throw your party at the beach? These drinks will transport your guests there in one sip.

  • Generally, the best non-alcoholic cocktails are originals rather than pale and often insipid copies of their traditional, alcoholic cousins. This non-alcoholic version of the bloody Mary os one of the …

  • This is another good cocktail for a Sunday brunch, when alcoholic drinks can be too soporific and you end up wasting the rest of the day, but you still want …

  • A non-alcoholic version of the classic wine cocktail, this drink is just as colorful and tasty. French and Italian fruit syrups are often then best quality and have the most …

  • Use canned pineapple in this recipe and you are bound to be tempted to make some of this delicious concoction for all the family, too.

  • This is a popular combination for a smoothie- one smooth sweet fruit and one tangy and textured fruit. You might like to try your own variation.

  • In recent years, a vast range of fruit juices ans syrups has become widely available. These can extend the range of the cocktail bar and are particularly useful for non-alcoholic …

  • Smoothies of all sort – alcoholic and non-alcoholic- have become immensely popular in the last two or three years. The secret of success is to blend then or medium speed …

  • Wonderfully creamy and thick with fruit and goodness, the perfect wake up package or early evening settler.

  • Yes, it’s non-alcoholic but no-one needs to know if you dress it up well.

  • This is a clever and refreshing variation on the classic Buck’s fizz, which is perfect for all ages in the family.

  • Nothing could be more refreshing on a hot summer’s day than this colorful combination of tropical fruit juices. To get into a party mood, go to town and decorate with …

  • Taken from the Arabic word. Which in turn was derived from Persian, meaning rose water, it seems likely that julep was always a non-alcoholic drink until imaginative bourbon-drinking derby-goers hijacked …

  • Choose a very ripe, sweet flavored melon, such as a cantaloupe, for this lovely, fresh-tasting cocktail. This drink is perfect for sipping on a hot evening.

  • A velvety-smooth, delicately scented drink without alcohol. This can be served at any time of day – and it’s delicious for breakfast.

  • Simple, quick and easy to make lemonade, perfect for a hot summer day. Ingredients: Raspberry Puree – 2 tblsp Lemon Juice – 2 cups Sugar – 1 cup Water – …

  • Reminiscent of the mess one’s children make when mixing drinks! Well, in fact that’s just how this murky-looking but surprisingly refreshing drink was created.

  • This is one of the most famous of classic non-alcoholic cocktails. Shirley Temple Black became a respected diplomat, but this cocktail dates from the days when she was an immensely …

  • Pink, pretty and refreshing- it looks serious, but you won’t need to book a taxi home.

  • Originally Lassi was simply a flavored yoghurt drink, slightly soured, often savory or spiced. There are many delicious drinks you can make from it.

  • Available from Italian delicatessens and some supermarkets, Italian syrup comes in a wide variety of flavors, including a range of fruits and nuts. French syrups are similar and also include …

  • This is a version of well known Spanish wine cup that has caught out many an unwary tourist because it seems so innocuous, whereas it is actually very potent. A …

  • Start making this at least two hours before you want to serve it to allow plenty of time for the mint to infuse in the syrup.

  • A sophisticated, non-alcoholic punch. Serve hot for a winter party or chilled for a summer celebration.