Mocktails in Dry January: 4 Refreshing Recipes You’ll Love!

If you’re one of the many participating in Dry January this year, or just looking for a non-alcohol beverage, Why not get creative and try these Mocktails in Dry January: 4 Refreshing Recipes You’ll Love!

1. Avocado Margarita

The mild, buttery flavour of the avocado gives a refreshing kick to this margarita recipe, as well as a smooth and creamy texture. This recipe is easy to make, by simply throwing all the ingredients into a blender together. Add some fresh cilantro and jalapeno for an extra spice kick!

2. Blueberry Faux-jito

Enjoy this sweet, non-alcoholic take on a mojito using blueberries and lavender. Adding a dash of mint and lime to this recipe can also do wonders for your digestive system.

3. Cranberry Lemon Spritzer

Cranberries and lemons are both loaded with vitamins and antioxidants that provide cleansing properties, whilst also being low in fructose sugar. With 4 ingredients, this recipe makes for a super-healthy, tangy, tasty mocktail that can be made in just minutes – simply using cranberries, lemon juice, sparkling water, and a sweetener of your choice, i.e. honey.

4. Grapefruit Cinnamon Soda

This recipe calls for the use of grapefruit zest which contains loads of health of benefits. It’s packed with over 60 different types of flavonoid antioxidants which can counter the effects of sun damage, keeping your skin looking smooth and young. Turmeric is added to this mocktail for a wholesome twist, which has anti-inflammatory effects on the body. So, you can enjoy this delicious drink knowing your body will certainly be thanking you later.

Ditching the alcohol has never been so delicious thanks to these yummy mocktails. What are some of your favourite mocktail recipes? Let us know in the comments below and feel free to join in the conversation on FacebookTwitter & Instagram!

Shayo Audrey

Shayo is currently a 2nd year Psychology student at Warwick University, who is hoping to pursue a Masters in Nutrition. She is very passionate about health, the food we eat, and the link between physical and mental health. Her aim is to work in the nutritional field, combining nutrition with Psychology, focusing on how diet can impact mood, and behaviour, as well as the human body.

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