Looking for a variety of tasty mocktails to serve friends and family on New Year's Eve? We've got some showstopping non-alcoholic drinks that are as delicious as they are impressive. From blended drinks to stirred ones, you're sure to find something that kids and adults will love!
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If you're trying to find a great non-alcoholic drink to serve to family and friends this New Year's Eve, you're in the right place! Whether you're looking for a virgin daiquiri, margarita, or another fun mocktail, we've got several impressive and delicious drinks for you to try.
These drinks are fun and fruity ones that can be customized to your personal preferences. Choose one of these fun mocktails, and you'll be toasting the New Year with something extra special!
These frozen drinks are easy to whip up in your blender with a few basic ingredients. They're so tasty that no one will miss the alcohol in these mocktails.
Are you looking for the best virgin strawberry daiquiri you’ll ever taste? Here’s the answer! This non alcoholic strawberry drink recipe is the ultimate frozen drink to enjoy this New Year's Eve. It’s easy to make in your blender with just a few ingredients.
This frozen virgin margarita recipe will have your guests at your next party asking for seconds! Learn how to make this simple non alcoholic frozen drink in minutes, complete with make ahead instructions.
Shaken & Stirred Drinks
Don't want to get out your blender? No worries! These epic mocktails can be easily stirred or shaken and served in a jiffy.
This refreshing non alcoholic drink is easy to make for kids and adults to enjoy. Savor this blue lagoon mocktail with its orange flavor and amazing color. You can even make it into a fun slushy!
Cinderella mocktail is a fun and fruity non alcoholic drink that’s perfect for New Year's Eve or New Year's Day brunch. Orange juice, lemon juice, ice cubes, and a few other delicious ingredients is all it takes to make this lovely mocktail fit for some little princesses to drink.
A hurricane mocktail is an easy recipe to make for a crowd in a pitcher. Learn how to make this popular Mardis Gras drink for a New Year's Eve party the classic way, and also as a frozen slushie. It's simple, fun, fruity, and refreshing.
Sparkling cranberry mocktail is a ridiculously easy mocktail that’s full of sparkles and fun! Just mix together cranberry juice with some cranberry Sprite and garnish with ice, rosemary, and fresh cranberries to craft a delicious non alcoholic drink.
This tequila sunrise mocktail is an easy non alcoholic beverage that’s perfect for New Year's Day brunch or for your friends that love fruity mocktails on New Year's Eve. It can be made to order or in a party-sized pitcher for a crowd. You will be impressed with how simple it is to make!
Candy cane mocktail is a fun nonalcoholic recipe that’s perfect for kids and families during the holidays. This fun drink is made with an infused strawberry simple syrup. It’s sparkling, festive, and best of all—low calorie! Make up a big pitcher for a crowd at your New Year's Eve party; your friends will love it.
Canadian Caesar mocktail is an easy recipe that is best served cold and spicy. Garnish with a celery stalk for a classic look or go for the ultimate Caesar served in a pitcher with creative garnishes. Try our Caesar mocktail for New Year's Day.
Kid Friendly Drinks
Looking for something for the younger crowd at your New Year's Eve party? These kid-approved drinks will be big hit with them!
A Shirley Temple is a fun non alcoholic drink that’s made with ginger ale, grenadine, and orange juice. It’s easy to whip up in just a few minutes. This classic treat for kids will be popular at a New Year's Eve party!
Looking for an easy, non alcoholic recipe that is both fun to make and drink for your children? This Roy Rogers drink takes 4 ingredients: cola, grenadine, maraschino cherries, and ice. This popular drink is commonly served along side a Shirley Temple to please both the boys and the girls at any New Year's Eve party.
I hope you'll try one of these mocktail recipes for your next New Year's Eve party or New Year's Day brunch. They will certainly be a hit with all your guests!
Do you have a favorite non-alcoholic drink for New Year's Eve? Have you made one of our recipes from this Mocktail recipe round-up? Let us know in the comments below and share how it turned out!
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