11 Winter Mocktail Recipes for Dry January

mocktail recipes for dry january

Are you ready to ditch the booze in the New Year? We hear you! While we enjoy a nice glass of wine with dinner, Dry January is always a great way to reset your body. Not only does cutting out alcohol help you lose weight, but it also has other excellent health benefits. Dry January helps to lower blood pressure, improves your skin, allows for deeper sleep, and sharpens the brain. However; sometimes it’s hard to say no to those tasty cocktails. That’s where mocktails come in! These refreshing and delicious mocktails for Dry January will make saying buh-bye to booze easier. Cheers!

Spiced Mulled “Wine”

“The Spiced Mulled Wine Mocktail is perfect for chilly winter nights or holiday parties. This non-alcoholic drink is easy to make and looks great served in a mule mug and garnished with an orange.” – Marnie

Sparkling Apple Ginger Mocktail

“This apple ginger drink is the perfect mocktail for Dry January recipe. Made with apple cider, fresh ginger, and ginger beer, it’s a refreshing drink that’s also easy to make!” – Marisa

Elderberry Elixir Mocktail

“This effervescent winter mocktail features immune-boosting elderberry syrup alongside anti-inflammatory turmeric and a dose of vitamin C from orange juice. Use freshly squeezed orange juice for the best flavor.” – Amy

Strawberry Orange Mimosa Mocktail

“Mimosa mocktails are light and refreshing, and everyone loves them around here. The boy can easily drink an entire gallon of it by himself.” – Heather

The Best Shriley Temple Drink Recipe

“When you want something a little more fancy than regular soda, but want to skip the booze, this alcohol-free Shirley Temple Drink recipe is just what you need!” – Amy

Mojito Mocktail

“This mojito mocktail recipe is a virgin mojito with all the fresh mint and lime flavor and none of the alcohol! It’s a naturally sweetened, non-alcoholic mojito recipe the whole family will enjoy.” – Lindsay

Strawberry Mocktail Spritzer

“This drink is basically a grown up strawberry limeade. It’s so easy to make and a great alternative to a cocktail.” – Elysia

Rosemary Clementine Sparkler Mocktail

“Rosemary-juniper syrup, fresh squeezed clementine juice and sparkling water make a fresh and not too sweet winter mocktail for Dry January. Just because you aren’t drinking doesn’t mean you can’t have a fun drink!” – Meghan

Honey Roasted Pear Sparkling Cocktails and Mocktails

“The easiest festive cocktails made with sparkling wine, champagne, or grapefruit juice, then blended with a honey roasted pear puree, honey, cinnamon and nutmeg, and a touch of vanilla! Simple, light, delicious.” – Lindsay

Sparkling Blood Orange Mocktail with Turmeric

“Grab a refreshing glass of sparkling blood orange mocktail! Each sip infuses healthy ingredients like turmeric, ginger, fresh-squeezed juice, mint, and rosemary.” – Jessica

Non-Alcoholic Mulled Apple Cider

“I’ve created a non-alcoholic mulled apple cider recipe that even the booziest of partygoers can appreciate it. It’s warm, spicy, and sweet – even the kiddos will love it. It’s perfect as an easy drink option for hostesses, or even just sharing with your hubby or friends on a night in. Try it, and let me know what you think!” – Louise