You won’t miss the alcohol in these creative and easy mocktail recipes! From classics to unique virgin drinks, we gathered over 35 gluten free and dairy free mocktail recipes that everyone can enjoy.
Whether you’re avoiding alcohol for health or religious reasons, you’re participating in Dry January, or you just want a fun drink to share with your kids, we gathered over 35 great alcohol-free drinks for you!
Some people call them mocktails, others call them kid cocktails, virgin drinks, or non-alcoholic cocktails. But whatever you call them, they are always a crowd pleaser that everyone can enjoy.
Every recipe in this mocktail recipe roundup is gluten free and dairy free, and there are quite a few healthy, low carb, and paleo options as well.
We’ve also curated a wide variety of drinks to try: tried and true classics (like the classic Mojito mocktail), well-known drinks with a twist (like the Clean Tom Collins), and some unique ones as well (like the Jamaican Sorrel).
Our collection of non-alcoholic cocktails is also perfect for any time of the year: you’ll find mocktails here that are great for every season and holiday!
This Sparkling Grapefruit Mocktail is one of the easiest drinks you can mix up! It tastes amazing, is lower sugar, and it’s healthier, too. Our mocktail has a pretty pink color so it looks a bit like rosé wine, but without the alcohol so everyone can enjoy it.
This delicious Ginger Apple Sparkling Cider is the perfect chilled drink for fall! It also has less sugar than regular sparkling cider so you can enjoy this drink during the holidays and still meet your health goals
This Jamaican Sorrel Drink recipe is perfect for entertaining! Refreshing and festive, this is a unique and easy drink recipe that you'll want to serve throughout the holiday season. Suitable for gluten free and vegan diets. Post includes Weight Watchers points.
This Peach Moscow Mule is a crisp and refreshing non-alcoholic version of the famous Moscow Mule. Juicy peaches, blackberries, and non-alcoholic ginger beer make this Moscow mule mocktail insanely delicious.
This Non Alcoholic Sangria Mocktail is colourful, fun, easy to make, refreshing and perfect for any time of the year! This family-friendly drink is just the thing for entertaining and can be made ahead of time so guests can help themselves as they arrive. Suitable for Gluten Free and Vegan diets. Post also includes Weight Watchers points.
Our non-alcoholic Bloody Mary mocktail is made with fresh tomatoes for optimal flavor. Don’t worry though, you can also make it with good tomato juice. It is a savory drink that almost looks like a full meal with all the delicious garnish and believe me, nobody will mind that!
This winter mocktail with blood orange juice, honey, vanilla, and sparkling water is a refreshing winter spritzer. It's an easy mocktail - a perfect drink for Dry January and a pretty, non-alcoholic drink for girls' night in!
Looking for a fun, non-alcoholic drink to enjoy? Try this Sparkling Citrus Mocktail! It uses three different types of citrus and sparkling water for a little fizz. Perfect during prime citrus season for holidays like new years and christmas, or for baby showers or wedding showers once spring and summer roll around. You can also add a little champagne if you want to turn your mocktail into a cocktail.
This Orange Blossom Mocktail is still a wonderful drink for kids or just when you don’t want to have anything alcoholic. You can make a big batch of this no-alcohol Orange Blossom drink in a pitcher for parties.
When blood oranges are in season, stock up and make this Spiced Blood Orange Shrub Syrup. It lasts for months in the fridge and you’ll be able to enjoy that beautiful color and fresh flavor well into the spring!
This is an easy non alcoholic mulled wine recipe, perfect for kids or anyone who would like to enjoy this classic boozy holiday drink without alcohol. Instructions for slow cooker and stove top included!
Sarah Jane Parker is the founder, recipe creator, and photographer behind The Fit Cookie. She’s a food allergy mom and healthy living blogger based in Wyoming. Sarah is also an ACSM Certified Personal Trainer, ACE Certified Health Coach, Revolution Running certified running coach, and an ACE Certified Fitness Nutrition Specialist