pinterest finds: mocktail recipes

July 11, 2012, In: pinterest finds

I have to say that when I typed in “mocktails” on Pinterest I had my doubts that anything would show up. This is pretty new territory for me. I’ve seen and pinned several yummy looking cocktails so I knew the full-throttle versions were available, but I never guessed there would be so many yummy looking faux-versions.

Just wait until you see what I’ve found. And if you like the look of these, check out my Summer Fun! board on Pinterest for more mocktail recipes.










Do you have any favorite mocktail recipe? If so, I’d love to hear about it in the comments below.

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    Yum! i don't have any great mocktail recipes as someone who has never really drank alcohol I'm bit unsure of the difference between mocktail…and juice! But man do these look pretty!
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    • Amy
    • July 16, 2012

    How fun is this!?!? I love the first one, so frothy and pretty! And waaaaay less calories without the alcohol (I am assuming.) xoxo

    • pink lemonade
    • July 12, 2012

    Yummo! I will definitely need to try these!

    • tdennyprimal
    • July 12, 2012

    Oh, I love the one with the lavender sprigs in it, so pretty!
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    • angie608
    • July 11, 2012

    Oh, these are going totally come in handy. I wanna try the Think Pink one tonight. Thanks for sharing!

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    I love to make drink bases that can go cocktail or mocktail. One of my favorites is ginger grapefruit. I make a simple syrup by added sugar, chunks of ginger, and grapefruit zest to water and heating until the sugar melts. Then, you strain or pluck out the ginger. This can become a zesty ginger grapefruit bellini by adding prosecco or you can make a great mocktail by adding grapefruit juice & sparkling mineral water.

    If you can come up with good combos, this sort of thing is fantastic, because it keeps everyone happy. The non-drinkers don't feel left out, and the drinkers stay out of the non-alcoholic batch. I used to do totally separate drinks, but I never had enough of the mocktails. I'd always try to make them extra special, because most of the non-drinkers weren't doing it by choice. I would always overdo it and run out, because the drinkers wanted some, too :)
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