< Top 10 Non-Alcoholic Drink Recipes for the Holidays
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Non-Alcoholic Drink RecipesThe holiday season is here again and what better way to celebrate the season and your sobriety than with some delicious, non-alcoholic drinks! If you find yourself hosting a sober holiday event for friends or family, these ten non-alcoholic drink recipes are festive, inexpensive, and easy to make. Of course, they’re delicious too.

Here are the top ten non-alcoholic drinks, ranked by us.

sober cherry bomb

#10. Cherry Bomb

This festive non-alcoholic holiday drink is packed full of flavor and easy to make with just three simple ingredients: grenadine, maraschino cherries, and seltzer water. You can also swap out the seltzer water for citrus soda if you’d like. If you have a sweet tooth, you are bound to like this drink because it tastes just like liquid candy! However, if you prefer more carbonation than sugar, you can simply use less grenadine and add more seltzer water instead.

Original recipe:  (https://www.marthastewart.com/336439/cherry-bombs)

sober ginger lime fizz

#9. Ginger Lime Fizz

With just three simple ingredients, this holiday drink couldn’t get any easier! Not to mention, it packs a delicious and flavorful punch with non-alcoholic ginger beer. The fresh lime juice and seltzer water round it out nicely, leaving a refreshing and distinct flavor behind. You may also want to try it with fresh-squeezed lemon juice if you want a different citrus flavor.

Original recipe: (https://naturallyella.com/ginger-lime-fizz-non-alcoholic/)

sober peppermint hot chocolate#8. Homemade Peppermint Hot Chocolate

Anyone who enjoys the flavors of peppermint and chocolate will like this delicious, homemade peppermint hot chocolate. The peppermint stick adds an extra touch of holiday cheer, and you can adjust the amount of cocoa or milk for a perfectly balanced cup of cocoa that suits your tastes. All you need for this simple and classic non-alcoholic holiday drink is unsweetened cocoa powder, milk, semisweet chocolate chips, salt, and peppermint sticks.

Original recipe:  (https://www.marthastewart.com/336439/cherry-bombs)

sober sparkling apple berry mocktail#7. Sparkling Berry Apple Mocktail

This sparkling apple berry mocktail will likely be a hit with anyone who enjoys a good non-alcoholic berry drink. The homemade mixed berry simple syrup really makes this beverage unique, with a simple concoction of frozen berries and sugar for the win. You can even use the leftovers to flavor iced tea or lemonade! Simply garnish this pretty beverage with your favorite type of berry, a cinnamon stick, or a sprig of mint or basil for a refreshing and sweet non-alcoholic drink that is sure to satisfy your heart, soul, and taste buds.

Original recipe: (https://www.thelittleepicurean.com/2017/10/sparkling-berry-apple-mocktail.html)

sober crimson christmas punch#6. Crimson Christmas Punch

If you’re a fan of the traditional party punch topped with sherbert, you’re bound to enjoy this Crimson Christmas Punch too. To make this delectable non-alcoholic holiday drink, you’ll need tropical punch, cranberry juice, pineapple juice, lemon juice, ginger ale, and raspberry sherbert. (We couldn’t find any raspberry sherbert, so we used Talenti dairy-free raspberry sorbetto instead, and it was the perfect substitution!) When it’s all said and done, this non-alcoholic holiday drink only takes a few minutes to put together and boasts the perfect balance of froth and flavor, with a spunky splash of lemony goodness.

Original recipe:  (https://www.dessertnowdinnerlater.com/crimson-christmas-punch/)

 

sober cucumber mint glow water#5. Cucumber Mint Glow Water

For those who want to keep things simple this holiday season, this cucumber mint glow water is the perfect way to stay hydrated while enjoying a fizzy drink with friends. This mixture of thinly sliced lemons, cucumbers, and seltzer water is light and satisfying, also making it an ideal choice for anyone who is watching their sugar and calorie intake during the holidays.

Original recipe: https://www.delish.com/cooking/recipe-ideas/recipes/a54179/glow-water-recipe/

sober eggnog latte#4. Eggnog Latte

For this warm, holiday drink all you need is non-alcoholic eggnog, espresso, and nutmeg. It only takes a few minutes to froth the milk and eggnog, and a shot of quickly-brewed espresso makes this drink a pure delight for the coffee lover. If you like your lattes a little sweeter, you can also add a pinch of sugar or top it off with some whipped cream. In our opinion, it has just the right amount of sweetness and spice to warm up a cold winter night.

Original recipe:  (https://savorysweetlife.com/holiday-cheer-eggnog-latte-recipe/)

sober baby bellini#3. Baby Bellini

This non-alcoholic version of the classic drink named after Giovanni Bellini is a great option for any occasion, especially a black-tie Christmas affair. Instead of champagne, the baby bellini touts rich and sweet peach nectar with sparkling cider, garnished with a fresh slice of peach. Not only is this one elegant and beautiful, but it’s also incredibly delicious!

Original recipe: (https://www.thespruceeats.com/baby-bellini-mocktail-recipe-760358)

sober cranberry spice#2. Cranberry Spice

This non-alcoholic holiday drink recipe made our top ten list for a few reasons. To make a Cranberry Spice, all you need is sparkling water, cranberry juice, bitters (non-alcoholic), apple cider, cranberries, and an orange. We love it because it’s both spicy and sweet, with hints of cinnamon from the cider and it has a pleasant, complex flavor without being too sugary or overwhelming. It’s also very easy to make. Overall, this cranberry spice drink would be a unique and popular choice for a sober event or holiday party with friends or family.

Original recipe:  (https://www.townandcountrymag.com/leisure/drinks/g3122/christmas-mocktail-recipes/)

sober blood orange italian soda

#1. Blood Orange Italian Soda

Sweet blood orange syrup, refreshing fizz, creamy coconut milk…what’s not to love? This blood orange soda boasts a homemade syrup that’s to die for and it’s incredibly simple to make on your stove. Customize this drink with a bit of red food coloring and your preferred amount of coconut milk or half and half to create the perfect non-alcoholic drink this holiday season.

Original recipe: (http://www.theblondechef.com/blood-orange-italian-sodas/)

 

Next time you’re looking for a quick and delicious non-alcoholic drink recipe, consider trying one of these top picks!

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