EASTER: Easy Easter mocktails for the whole family to enjoy

No Easter feast is complete without beverages to compliment your meal. Adults are free to enjoy cocktails, wine, and sangria: even the Easter bunny gets to have a drink.

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However, children feel left out with their ordinary juice and soft drinks. Why not let them in on the fun by creating some easy and delicious mocktails so your whole family can enjoy the occasion?

Here is a top five countdown of the best mocktails you should try this Easter:

5. Cranberry and Apple Cider Punch

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Even non-drinkers and children should never be denied the pleasure of a fun and fizzy pink drink.


4 cups apple cider

2 cups cranberry juice

2 cups ginger beer

1 cup orange juice concentrate

Orange and apple slices






  1. Combine the cranberry juice, orange juice concentrate, and apple cider in a jug
  2. Refrigerate until chilled
  3. Before serving, place the ingredients in a punch bowl and add the ginger beer
  4. Add orange and apple slices to the punch bowl for flavour
  5. Grab a glass, fill it up, and enjoy!

4. Mockmosa

The Mockmosa is a delicious alcohol-free version of the traditional Mimosa. You can serve it alongside Mimosas, or it can be your tipple when you want to socialize with drinkers but not drink yourself.

An alternative option for a traditional Mimosa. All you need is pulp-free orange juice, and a bottle of White Grapetiser.

Pour 2 cups of orange juice into a jug, and simply add 3 cups of Grapetiser to create a refreshing sparkling drink that your kids will love!










3. Nojito

The Nojito is a mocktail (non-alcoholic) version of the Mojito, which is just as tasty as the original. All that refreshing mint and lime flavor remains, you just lose the alcohol. It makes a great alternative for non-drinking guests.

Ingredients (per serving)

4 mint leaves

3 tbsp lime juice

4 tablespoons brown sugar







1. Place 3 mint leaves, lime juice, and brown sugar into a cocktail glass or a tumbler

2. Use a pestle or the handle of a rolling pin to muddle the mint leaves (press down and rub so as to release the flavour)

3. Fill the glass with Sprite and top it up with ice cubes

4. Use the remaining mind leaf to garnish your Nojito

2. Cuddles on the Beach

Cuddles on the Beach is a mocktail version of Sex on the Beach, with three variations for you to try. This is a really delicious fruit juice drink that looks like a real cocktail and tastes just as great.This is a far less-awkward version of the classic Sex on the Beach.


1 cup cranberry juice

1 cup grapefruit juice

1 cup peach nectar

1 cup Sprite


All you have to do is add all of the ingredients together in a jug, pour into cocktail glasses, and enjoy!

1. Chocolate Mocktini

Image result for chocolate martini mocktailWe obviously saved the best for last: a festive Easter mocktini filled with chocolate that your kids will love!

Ingredients (per serving)

1 milk chocolate bar, broken into pieces

Chocolate syrup

1 cup of milk

Ice cubes

Cocoa powder to garnish


  1. Slowly heat the milk in a saucepan while stirring until it begins to simmer
  2. Add the chocolate pieces to the milk and continue stirring until it has melted
  3. Allow the mixture to cool
  4. Wet the rims of a martini glasses or tumblers, and dip them into cocoa powder
  5. Swirl the chocolate syrup on the inside of the glass
  6. Pour the milk and chocolate mixture into a martini shaker, or use a water bottle
  7. Add the ice and shake the mocktini like your life depends on it
  8. Pour into your decorated glass
  9. Enjoy the fact that your kids will love you forever for this treat.


Belinda Brock

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