Delicious Mocktail Recipes
For those of you that are looking to ‘fit in’ during tailgating events, office parties, or just want something fun while whipping up dinner, I’ve got some really good mocktail recipes you can make at home and take with you!
Apple Cranberry Mocktail Recipe
This mocktail is so pretty to look at and the cinnamon stick adds to its fall festive flair. If you aren’t sure where you can find edible luster dust, you can find it at Hobby Lobby, Michaels, and even Wal-Mart carries it. The below recipe can be made in large quantities so you’re able to fill a large water cooler or a pretty glass pitcher, depending upon the occassion.
Moscow Mule Mocktail Recipe
There’s just something that screams fall when I think of moscow mules. Don’t worry, this mocktail recipe has zero alcohol in it. Even though ginger beer sounds like its beer, there are a lot of retailers that carry the kid-friendly variety. I love Fever Tree’s Ginger beer, you can find it at Whole Foods or other specialty super markets.
Slow-Cooker Pumpkin Spice Latte
Fall just isn’t fall without some pumpkin spice latte, am I right? I’m a sucker for a warm pumpkin spice beverage from Starbuck’s, but I’d rather save the cash and make my own! The best part about this mocktail recipe is you can dump the ingredients and then walk away. You can keep the slow-cooker on warm all day for your family gatherings or tailgate parties (if you have electrical hookups of course!).
Don’t Be Naughty This Holiday Season
Mocktails for those that want to celebrate the holidays with friends and family and ring in the New Year, but are looking to avoid hangovers. A client of mine recently introduced me to Tost, she says it’s a delicious alternative to wine, so I thought I would share it here with you.
Personally, I’m more of a hot cocoa fan and found this great recipe to make your own at home and ditch the powder form.