We can’t wait to try the rosemary pom spritzer holiday mocktail
This season, ward off the winter chill with festive, flavorful mocktails that the whole family can enjoy. These recipes are just the thing for a holiday gathering (or a fun after-school treat), and they’re a delicious way to get cozy on the quick. From slow cooker mulled cider to Harry Potter’s butterbeer, here are our favorite holiday mocktails. Which one will you try?
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Candy Cane Christmas Mocktail
This holiday mocktail is just as fun as the alcoholic version. Even better, you can make a mini version for the kids.
Grapefruit Thyme Holiday Mocktail
Grapefruit is in season, and what better way to get your dose of vitamin C than in one of these yummy concoctions? We love the bow for a little extra pizzazz.
Your little ones will feel super fancy sipping this pretty drink from Sugar & Soul—just look at that sprig of rosemary! It’s got a bit of everything: bubbles, tart cranberries, and a hint of peppermint.
Apple Pie Punch
It’s an apple pie meets festive drink! This holiday mocktail recipe from Frugal Momeh combines apple cider, pear nectar, and ginger ale to create a drink that Johnny Appleseed himself would be happy to sip on through fall, winter, and beyond.
Rosemary Pom Spritzer
Pomegranate is a wonderful winter fruit to use in your holiday mocktail. We love this spritzer from Pinch of Yum, it’s got a good mix of sweetness and zing.
This traditional English drink is often used to help soothe cold symptoms. But skip the whiskey for your little dukes and duchesses, and load this hot tea with cinnamon and ginger for a body-toasting effect. Check out this crockpot recipe from Elana’s Pantry.
Vanilla Steamer with Rose Marshmallows
A steamer is a frothy cup of milk that’s lightly sweetened. It’s a great kid-friendly alternative to hot chocolate and this version has a nice vanilla flavor and an added pink treat: rose-flavored marshmallows! Try it for yourself with the recipe from Boulder Locavore.
As soon as their fingertips have thawed out, put this seasonal frothy eggnog directly in their hands. This rich blended concoction from food blogger A Sweet Pea Chef is a rich drink that’s not for the faint of heart as it’s full of sweet milk and thick cream.
Very Cherry Shirley Temple
You can’t get more classic than a Shirley Temple! It’s pure nostalgia meets cherry flavor—especially if you use mason jars as glasses—and you can adjust the ingredients to suit your kiddos. For an extra kick, add lime! Get the recipe from Kitchen Happiness.
Slow Cooker Mulled Apple Cider
Warm up with a mug of mulled cider! This slow cooker recipe from Boulder Locavore is the perfect comfort drink, full of apple-y goodness and spices. Be sure to strain it for the kiddos, then watch as your whole batch disappears!
Mimosas for everyone! This genius idea takes your fave brunch treat and gives it a non-alcoholic twist (think sparkling apple cider instead of champagne). With no added sugar and a healthy dose of fresh orange juice, it’s a fun treat for the whole family. For the recipe, head on over to Watch What U Eat.
Ginger Lime Mocktail
Chock full of antioxidants and vitamin C, this ginger-lime holiday mocktail by paleo-friendly food blog Elana’s Pantry is a must-add drink for dinner or a holiday party.
Pumpkin Pie Shooters
It doesn’t matter if fall is technically over—pumpkin flavor is always in season. We’ve spotted these pumpkin pie shooters A Night Owl. The creamy shots can be made with alcohol for the grown-ups and without for the kids.
Frost Bite Mocktail
This Frost Bite mocktail would definitely be a feature at Elsa’s coronation. Made from fruit juices, fresh basil and Sierra Mist, this refreshingly sweet drink is great for families who don’t get a white winter. Get the recipe from The Little Kitchen.
Harry Potter’s Butterbeer
In the books, this drink is described as “a little bit like less-sickly butterscotch” that characters get on a chilly day. Sounds like the perfect winter drink for us! While there are many versions of this drink, our favorite way to make it comes from pastry chef Kristin Rosenau’s blog Pastry Affair.
A Roy Rogers is a close cousin to the Shirley Temple drink, and this Coca-Cola concoction is a fun addition to any holiday party. And with only two ingredients, it’s a snap to mix up. For a simple how-to, pay a visit to Sugar and Soul.