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This summer, take a break from your go-to sugary cocktail and embrace the mocktail! Whether you are pregnant, planning a family friendly get together, or simply looking for something alcohol free, this round-up for 20 summer mocktails is for you! The combinations of fresh fruit, fizzy soda and drink umbrellas will make you forget that you are not drinking alcohol. Remember, you can always cut back on the sugar without sacrificing the taste. Try club soda instead of sprite and low-calorie versions of your favorite fruit juices.
One of my all-time favorite twists on a lime and mint mojito is a lemon basil mojito. Cool and refreshing and perfect for those who do not care for mint. While this recipe calls for holy basil for its medicinal properties, it will taste just a good with regular basil.
This non-alcoholic version of a moscow mule contains tonic and ginger beer. While ginger beer is considered non-alcoholic, a standard glass is about .5 percent alcohol.
Looking for a fancy summer mocktail? This virgin mint julep from Sugar Crumbs is the real deal. It even includes instructions for making a lemon flavored simple syrup.
This brunch mocktail adds a slight twist to a classic lemonade with some honey and dried lavender. A dash of food coloring gives this booze free cocktail a nice purple glow.
Ahh, fauxitos. You literally cannot go wrong when you mix mint with lime and fizzy soda. Take your fauxito up a notch by muddling the mint and limes together. Simple syrup (or agave nectar) blends much better than regular sugar.
Although this recipe is written for New Years, cotton candy is definitely summer worthy! This kid-friendly recipes uses actual cotton candy strips with raspberry flavored ginger ale.
This refreshing frozen mocktail puts a french twist on a pina colada. Not a fan of pineapple juice? This frozen coconut drink only contains a squeeze of lime.
My favorite party about this Sparkling Blue Hawaiian mocktail from Whats Cooking Love is that is only has two ingredients! Loving those heart embellished champagne flutes? These rhinestone heart champagne glasses are available on Amazon for only $10!
This gin-free Italian Bramble from the Artful Desperado highlights food photography at its finest. This mocktail combines crushed ice with smashed blackberries and juniper berries with rosemary for a sweet and sour drink worthy of a summer cocktail party.
Skip the store-bought sparkling cider and make this mock champagne from Six Sister’s Stuff instead. It only uses three ingredients and can be served by the glass or by the pitcher. While this recipe does scream happy holidays, you can always pair some fresh strawberries and call it summer brunch.
You literally cannot go wrong with a flavored margarita even sans tequila. This version is made with fresh mangos and blended to a creamy smooth perfection.
This beautiful margarita mocktail combines blue raspberry lemonade with fresh kiwis and sour mix for a beach worthy treat.
This pineapple kiwi mocktail combines pureed fruit with sparkling lemon water. Kick it up a notch with some frozen mint ice cubes.
Although this frozen slush requires 24 hours of freeze time, the end result is worth it! Cream of coconut and crushed pineapple make this fizzy slush the perfect nonalcoholic summer treat.
Planning a baby shower? This four ingredient non-alcoholic punch combines actual rainbow sherbet with frozen juices and sprite.
This classic brunch beverage contains no alcohol and no added sugar. Instead of champagne, this mocktail contains apple juice and fresh peaches.
This simple virgin paloma from Wit and Delight combines a citrusy blend of juices with agave syrup. You won’t even miss the tequila.
These non alcoholic mai tai mocktails are a summer treat for the whole family. Lighten it up with club soda instead of sprite and a low sugar orange juice.
This family friendly watermelon drink can be made by the pitcher. This mocktail recipes makes 6 servings and is only 123 calories per drink.
This three ingredient mocktail is like an ice cream float! Try orange soda instead of Sprite for a little orange color.
The best part about a mocktail is that you can take almost any cocktail and modify it without losing the flavor. Apple juice makes a great substitute for white wine, and sparkling sodas can substitute for champagne. Add just about any fruit to a blender with some ice and you’ve got yourself a winner.