Refreshing Spring & Summer Mocktail Recipes Everyone Can Enjoy


There’s no need to limit these to delicious mock-tails to “Sober Month”. These healthy and fun indulgences can be enjoyed all Spring and Summer long!!

Refreshing Spring & Summer Mocktail Recipes Everyone Can Enjoy

from the Lipstick & Brunch Blog

Raspberry Mojito Mocktail by Sweet Life Bake

from the Lipstick & Brunch Blog

A refreshing, bubbly & sugar-free drink perfect for enjoying this patio weather!

Servings 2


  • 1 lime cut into slices
  • 8 fresh mint leaves plus more for garnish
  • 8 blackberries plus more for garnish
  • ice cubes
  • 1 bottle H‑E‑B Sparkling Cranberry Raspberry Water Beverage



  1. Every April the National Council for Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (NCADD) sponsors Alcohol Awareness Month to increase awareness and understanding of the causes and treatment of the nation’s #1 public health problem: alcoholism.To the two tall glasses add 2 lime slices, 4 fresh mint leaves, and add half of the blackberries to each glass. Muddle blackberries and limes. Fill the glass with ice and top with chilled sparkling water. Garnish with the mint sprig and any extra blackberries.

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    Summer Mocktail Recipes

    While many of us like to enjoy a cocktail every now and then during the summer, sometimes you need something sans alcohol (sadly, we can’t live on mojitos). Enter: summer mocktail recipes. You were obsessed with spring mocktails, and it’s time to upgrade them for the summer season. Whether you’re not a drinker or you just need a break from the booze (or expecting!), these  summery mocktail recipes will *not* disappoint. Keep reading to discover your new favorite warm-weather refreshment.


    These virgin drinks will make you forget any alcoholic cocktail!

    Kin Classic

    We’ve been super curious to try Bella Hadid’s new non-alcoholic brand Kin Euphorics, and this light mocktail is the perfect place to start. It features 2oz of the brand’s OG-beverage, Kin High Rhode, which is made with key ingredients of Rhodiola Rosea, 5-HTP, and GABA to boost your energy, recharge your social battery, and ease stress. To make this beautiful bev, pour Kin High Rhode over ice in a highball glass. Add lime juice and stir for 10 seconds. Add a scoop of fresh ice and top with 1.5oz of tonic water. Serve with a lime wheel and optional edible flower. (via Kin Euphorics)

    Sparkling Grapefruit Mocktail

    Homemade grenadine is a mixer you should always have on hand for all of your cocktail and mocktail needs. Here, it’s combined with grapefruit juice and a splash of Sprite for a non-alcoholic drink that’s comparable to a mimosa. (via Crumb Kitchen)

    Blueberry Ginger Cooler

    When the weather is hot, you need something with the word “cooler” in the name. This blueberry-ginger concoction does the job of keeping you chill and hydrated in the heat. To keep it colder longer, freeze blueberries to use as ice that won’t dilute your drink. (via Cooking With Manali)

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    Simple Shirley Temple Recipe

    Your favorite childhood drink is all grown up! Gather up your ingredients: 1oz homemade Grenadine (which requires 2 cups of pomegranate juice, 2 cups sugar and 2 tablespoons of lemon juice or 1 teaspoon orange blossom water), 6 oz Original Citrus Fresca and plenty of ice. To make the homemade Grenadine, first combine the ingredients in a sauce pan and cook over medium heat until the edges of the liquid begin to bubble and sugar is fully dissolved – stir slowly and occasionally. DO NOT BOIL. Second, remove from heat and allow to cool to room temperature before bottling. Store in the refrigerator. To finish the drink, pour zero calorie Original Citrus Fresca into a tall glass with plenty of ice. Then top with the chilled Grenadine, stir gently and garnish with orange, lemon and/or lime wedges. (via Fresca Sparkling Soda Water)

    Raspberry Lemonade Virgin Mojito

    Maybe it’s the obligatory mint in a mojito, but those things are so damn invigorating. Since this raspberry lemonade mojito skips the rum, you can serve it to whoever you want. But you just might want to reserve a whole pitcher for yourself. (via SoFab Food)

    Honey Blackberry Mint Mocktails

    When you’re on a paleo diet, you have to constantly be on the lookout for added sugar in your seemingly healthy drinks. This mocktail is sweetened with only honey and blackberries, so you can be sure it’s as wholesome as possible. (via Bowl of Delicious)

    Every April the National Council for Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (NCADD) sponsors Alcohol Awareness Month to increase awareness and understanding of the causes and treatment of the nation’s #1 public health problem: alcoholism. Check out the NCADD website for tips and resources if you or a loved one is experiencing challenges associated with alcohol dependence.