The holidays are all about merrymaking with your loved ones, comforting food, and drinks. But if you’re skipping the adult
beverages at your next party or need a non-alcoholic offering, these sippers, mocktails and punches will wow and refresh –
sans the spirits.
You won’t find any partridges in this pear tree! A little tart and a little sweet, this mocktail of lemon-lime juice and pear
juice will wake up your taste buds. Add a splash of seltzer and an herb garnish for a special presentation.
You won’t miss the wine in this rich, ruby-red drink. Mix together pureed raspberries, grape juice, tea, and orange soda for
a little fizz. You can make this faux sangría up to a day ahead of your party and add the soda just before serving.
This striking red mocktail is for the citrus-lovers at your party. Blood orange sparkling cider adds a bit of fun to tangerine
juice, lemon juice, and lime juice. Rim your glasses with superfine sugar to complete the “cocktail” look.
Toast your good health with a glass of this fruity wassail. Simmer pineapple juice and orange juice, apple cider, and apricot
nectar with cinnamon and cloves for a holiday drink that will warm you from head to toe.
This light and fruity punch blends pineapple, orange, and cranberry juices with tonic water for a little fizzy fun. For an
elegant garnish, serve each glass with slices of lime, orange, and carambola (star fruit.
Ginger-infused simple syrup gives this sweet punch a spicy kick that fits right in with your holiday spread. Mix the syrup
with ginger ale, pomegranate juice, and pineapple juice for a refreshing drink all your party guests will love.
Apples, the star of many favorite holiday sides and desserts, take center stage in this perfect-for-a-crowd punch. Pineapple
and orange juice add tang to the sweet apple juice, and you can garnish your punch bowl with apple slices, orange slices,
Sweet, spicy, and tangy flavors are all present in this elegant drink. Pomegranate juice gives it a rich fall color and balances
well with grape juice, pineapple juice, cinnamon, and cloves. Try it warm, cool, or with soda water for fun variations.
Add a tropical flair to eggnog at your party this year. Similar to a popular drink in the Caribbean, this recipe blends coconut
milk with traditional ingredients like cinnamon, cloves, eggs, and cream.