32+ Mocktail Recipes

Today, we’re sharing all our best alcohol-free drink recipes including fruity mocktails (cocktails made without alcohol) and fruity drink recipes. With these easy recipes you can whip up nonalcoholic beverages that are full of flavor and fresh ingredients.

These are our best mocktail recipes including virgin versions of favorites like the Virgin Mojito, Virgin Pina Colada and the Virgin Margarita. We also have nonalcoholic drinks for the whole family such as Butterbeer, Arnold Palmer and Fresh water.

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Virgin Margarita

Learn to make a virgin margarita (margarita mocktail) using lime, lemon and orange juice, agave syrup and sparkling water. Instructions are included to make this a pitcher cocktail. No tequila needed—you won’t miss it!

Virgin Pina Colada

Learn to make the perfect virgin piña colada in your blender using just two ingredients: pineapple juice and cream of coconut (plus ice).

Virgin Mojito

Learn how to make the perfect Mint Mojito mocktail—no rum needed! Use mint leaves, simple syrup, lime juice and club soda to mix this tasty mocktail.

Shirley Temple Recipe

Make the classic Shirley Temple drink with just a few ingredients, including grenadine, lemon-lime soda and garnishes like cherries and limes.

Arnold Palmer Drink

Learn to make an Arnold Palmer drink with iced tea and lemonade. There are many variations for this refreshing summer drink recipe. You’ll love the taste of iced tea with lemonade.

Italian Soda

Make creamy Italian soda in any flavor with this fresh and easy recipe.

Sherbet Punch

A sweet and creamy rainbow sherbet punch that only needs four ingredients! Made with lemon-lime soda, frozen orange juice, pineapple juice and rainbow sherbet, this is an easy party recipe for all ages.

Fresh water

Learn to make refreshing Agua Fresca at home. Make Agua Fresca with fresh fruits. I used watermelon, cucumber, pineapple and cantaloupe. You’ll love this easy blender recipe. This recipe makes a great brunch mocktail.

Roy Rogers Drink

Learn to make a Roy Rogers—a classic mocktail drink using Coca-Cola, grenadine syrup and maraschino cherries. You’ll love this singing cowboy-inspired drink.

Strawberry Boba

A creamy bubble tea drink made with strawberry milk and bursting strawberry boba pearls.

Fruit Punch

Homemade fruit punch. This recipe combines cranberry, pineapple and orange juice with lime juice, ginger ale and fresh fruits.

Butterbeer Recipe

Learn to make Harry Potter Butterbeer. This fizzy, creamy beverage is made using cream soda, caramel sauce, butter extract and frothed half and half. Perfect for a Harry Potter party or movie night.

Root Beer Float

Learn to make a classic root beer float using creamy vanilla ice cream and root beer soda. It’s a classic for a reason!

Sleepy Girl Mocktail

Learn to make the viral TikTok Sleepy Girl Mocktail using tart cherry juice, magnesium powder and prebiotic soda.

Bubble Tea Recipe

Learn to make homemade Bubble Tea including prepping the boba pearls.

Thai Tea Frappe

Learn to make a Thai Tea Frappe using Thai tea mix, vanilla ice cream, sugar, half and half and whipped cream.

Dole Whip

A Disney copycat recipe made with pineapple, pineapple juice, ice cream and lemon juice.

TeaPop

TeaPop is a combination of tea and soda. This drink can be serves sweetened or unsweetened—just like tea.

Let’s Make Mocktails!

Learn the basics of crafting a good mocktail with recipes for three easy drinks to try.

Harry Potter Pumpkin Juice

Learn to make Pumpkin Juice from Harry Potter at home. This cold pumpkin punch is a pitcher recipe. It tastes like pumpkin apple cider. I highly recommend it for a Harry Potter party or the kids table at Thanksgiving or Christmas!

Orange Julius Recipe

A copycat recipe that tastes just like the iconic Orange Julius. This recipe has so much childhood nostalgia for me.

Wendy’s Frosty Recipe

A copycat recipe for the Wendy’s Frosty. It’s so good. Serve it in a little paper cup with a cherry!

Cherry Limeade Recipe

This is a copycat recipe for Sonic’s Cherry Limeade. It’s really tasty and easy to make!

Pink Lemonade

Naturally colored pink lemonade. The color comes from watermelon, blended in the blender. You’ll love this tasty, refreshing drink.

Mango Dragon Fruit Refresher

Learn to make the Starbucks Dragon Fruit Mango Refresher at home with a homemade base syrup you can make in batches.

Strawberry Acai Refresher

Learn to make the Strawberry Acai Refresher from Starbucks at home with a homemade base syrup you can make in batches.

Pink Drink

Learn to make the Starbucks Pink Drink at home using coconut milk and a homemade base syrup you can make in batches.

Paradise Drink

Learn to make the Paradise Drink from Starbucks at home with a homemade base syrup you can make in batches.

Grapefruit Citrus Sparkling Mocktail

A grapefruit cocktail infused with rosemary simple syrup, grapefruit juice, fresh citrus and a sparkling soda.

Horchata Recipe

A classic Mexican sweet drink made with rice, milk, cinnamon and sugar.

Tropical Smoothie

Learn to make a delicious tropical smoothie using mango, bananas and more!

Brown Sugar Boba

An iced bubble tea drink made with boba pearls, milk tea and brown sugar syrup.

Coke Float

Learn to make a perfect Coke Float using creamy vanilla ice cream and ice cold Coca-Cola. This classic summer drink is easy to make!

Frequently Asked Questions

What do you replace alcohol with in mocktails?

Many NA spirits are now available so you can replace nearly any spirit with an alcohol-free version. The majority of our mocktail recipes do not need any special spirits (as they can be tricky to track down and pricey). You don’t need any unusual ingredients to begin making mocktails at home.

What is the most popular mocktail?

The Arnold Palmer, Shirley Temple and Virgin Mojito are all extremely popular.

What are the easiest mocktails to order?

Here are some drinks that any bartender should recognize: Arnold Palmer, Shirley Temple, Virgin Mule and Roy Rogers. I also love to order a ginger beer with lime.

What is the secret to a good mocktail?

The secret to a good mocktail is using your favorite flavors. Mixing sweet and sour flavors (such as fruit juice and citrus juice) with something sparkling (such as seltzer water or ginger beer is a good way to get started.

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