Who’s excited for summer? 🙋🏻♀️Meeee! Who’s really bad at day drinking? 🙋🏻♀️ Also meeeee! The sun combined with drinking alcohol just makes me sooo sleepy and craving a nap. What can I say, I’m a lightweight. But I still love having a refreshing beverage that feels more special than a Sprite. So I’m sharing a ten mocktail recipes for non-alcoholic drinks that you can make this summer. Whether you’re wanting an iced drink to sip on during brunch, a quick mid-afternoon cool down, or some healthy drinks to make for an upcoming birthday party, I’ve got you covered. I’m excited to start making this mocktail recipes and sippin’ on a cool drink!
Mocktail Recipes: 10 Non-Alcoholic Drinks to Make This Summer
This recipe may be my favorite, we’re starting out strong! I love cucumber and mint—it’s so refreshing and perfect for a hot summer day. Plus, it’s made with stevia and healthy!
This is such a fun twist on a drink and I love the idea of roasting the peaches and strawberries. This recipe may sound a bit complicated but the ingredients are incredibly simple and perfect for a summer barbecue!
If you haven’t had a Shirley temple, you’re missing out! These drinks are so fun and I swear they make them at every wedding I’ve been to. It’s a simple drink and they taste delicious.
This drink only has a few recipes and is really easy to make! Everyone will love this classic drink and you can’t go wrong with it.
This is such a healthy twist and I love the incorporation of honey instead of sugar to this drink. Plus, you can’t go wrong with blackberry and mint! Such a yummy combo.
KIWI. Such a fun and distinct fruit and I would’ve never thought to make it into a drink! This will definitely keep you hydrated all summer.
Any drink with ginger is a good drink. Who else agrees? This drink is as simple as it gets and perfect for a group!
I love the citrus-y, sweet/sour flavor of a grapefruit. This mocktail recipe looks like such an easy one and you don’t need to worry about adding in too many ingredients or other drinks!
Fresh watermelon and lime juice with a hint of sugar? You can’t go wrong! Get ready to make this drink and enjoy it outside or by the pool (or both!).