7 Refreshing Non-Alcoholic Mimosas for Your Spring Brunch
Mocktails are a great way to unwind when the weather warms up, and the flowers bloom.
The best, brightest drinks and mocktails to go with your brunch dishes are required for the spring brunch season. Mocktails are a great option for anybody trying to live a little healthier or for a cool mid-afternoon beverage. Pour these delectable mingle mocktails over gorgeous blocks of ice for a cool, alcohol-free beverage.
Now continue reading and check out our delicious non-alcoholic mimosa recipes below:
Top #7 Best Mocktails Recipes for Spring
#1: Mingle Mocktails – Blood Orange Elderflower Mimosa
Blood Orange Elderflower Mimosa from Mingle Mocktails is a fizzy concoction of luscious blood orange and delicate elderflower notes. This is your favorite handmade drink without alcohol since it contains healthy ingredients, is naturally flavored with fresh cane sugar and fruit juices, and is low in calories. Anytime you want a cool treat, sip on a chilled can or glass of this wonderful non-alcoholic mimosa.
- Carbonated Water
- Organic Cane Sugar
- Blood Orange Juice Concentrate
- Natural Flavors
- Fruit Juice Extract
- Elderflower Essence
- Citric Acid
- Malic Acid
- Add 4 ounces of mingling blood range elderflower
- Put fresh thyme and orange
- Using an old-fashioned tumbler with ice, add the chilled Mingle Blood Orange Elderflower
- Garnish with rosemary and orange slice.
#2: Berry Spritzer Mocktail
With the help of this lovely berry spritzer, call upon spring and the weekend. The light beverage is simple to create and makes the ideal mocktail for breakfast, outdoor dining, or relaxing on the porch while reading a book.
Although you may use any berry or a combination, the strawberries’ inherent sweetness goes beautifully with the mint—additionally, the lime pairs well with the somewhat tarter blackberries.
- Organic berries
- Fresh mint leaves
- 1 organic lime juice
- 2 tablespoons of agave, honey, or any sweetener (optional)
- Club soda
- Combine the berries, mint, mint juice, and preferred sweetener in a muddle or purée. We used almost half of a 6-ounce jar for the blackberry spritzer. And for that variation, we used five or six sizable strawberries. Then, we sprinkled three to four mint leaves from two sprigs to bring out the herb’s flavor.
- Put ice in your glass. Overtop it, and layer your berry mixture. Then pour club soda on top. Depending on how fruity you like your drinks, you may use this for one mocktail or two.
- Utilizing a cocktail shaker, blend the spritzer.
- Decorate with berries, lime, or mint.
#3: Blackberry Lemon Mocktail
When you want a drink without alcohol that tastes just as amazing, try this lemon blackberry mocktail. It’s tart and refreshing.
- 1/2 cup fresh blackberries
- 1/4 cup sugar
- 1 cup water
- 1/2 cup pre-made lemonade
- Juice of 1 lemon
- Lemon slices
- Seltzer/club soda
- Using a fork or potato crusher, smash the blackberries in a tiny saucepan until they are reduced to tiny bits.
- Bring to a simmer after adding the sugar, water, and lemonade.
- Simmer for approximately 10 minutes over low to medium heat.
- Separate the blackberry chunks from the mixture using a filter, stir in the lemon juice and chill the sauce in the refrigerator until it has chilled.
- Distribute the liquid fairly among four glasses with ice after it has cooled.
- Fill the glass with a seltzer.
- Use lemon slices, mint, and more blackberries as garnish.
#4: Sparkling Ginger Lemon Mocktail
Like salt and caramel, lemon and spring work well together. A sprinkle of fresh ginger gives this drink a little more punch.
- 3 inches of fresh ginger root, peeled and sliced into coins
- ¾ cup sugar; add extra for tossing the ginger and rimming the cup
- 1½ cups water
- ½ cup freshly squeezed lemon juice
- Seltzer water to fill the glasses
- Slice the coins of ginger root into thin pieces.
- Stirring often, boil the ginger slices, water, and sugar over medium-high heat until the sugar dissolves. Let the syrup simmer for about 20 minutes or until it thickens. After straining the ginger slivers out, remove them from the heat and let them cool.
- To cool, spread out the ginger slivers on a baking sheet. Add roughly a spoonful of sugar and stir after about 5 minutes. Cool down.
- Each wine glass should have its rim coated with sugar after being wetted.
- In four glasses, divide the chilled ginger syrup. Between the four glasses, divide the lemon juice. Each glass should include seltzer water.
- Add a slice of candied ginger as a garnish. Before serving, stir.
#5: Sparkling Cucumber Limeade
Bring out the vegetables! Your visitors will be surprised and refreshed by the cucumber in this delectable refreshment.
- 1 cup sugar
- 1 tablespoon lime zest
- 1 cup water
- 1/4 cup fresh mint leaves
- 1 cup lime juice
- 1 medium English cucumber, halved and thinly sliced
- 2 cups sparkling water, chilled
- Over medium heat, pour the water, lime zest, and sugar into a medium saucepan.
- Stirring continuously, bring to a simmer until the sugar dissolves.
- Add the mint leaves after turning the heat off.
- Give it 30 minutes to sit.
- Use a fine mesh screen to filter the lime syrup.
- Combine cucumber juice and syrup.
- Refrigerate for a minimum of one hour.
- Add the sparkling water, then serve chilled.
#6: Virgin Grapefruit Mojito
This non-alcoholic take on a traditional drink is delicious for a party or even a slow Saturday breakfast. It’s easy to create and has a wonderful combination of tastes.
- 1/4 ruby or pink grapefruit, cut into small chunks and seeds removed
- 2 tbs. agave syrup or honey
- 12 fresh mint leaves, roughly torn
- 1/2 cup pink grapefruit soda or flavored mineral water
- Mint sprigs
- Place the mint, agave, and grapefruit chunks in a mixing glass.
- Squeeze the fruit with a muddler to release the juice.
- Add one cup of tiny ice cubes and half a soda to the shaker, secure the top, and vigorously shake until well blended.
- Divide into two rocks glasses, fill with more soda if preferred, and add more ice if required.
- Add the mint sprigs as a garnish before serving.
#7: Virgin Mary
This Bloody Mary-related mocktail provides you with all the tomato spice you’ve been looking for without giving you a terrible mid-afternoon vodka hangover.
- 3 stalks of celery from the heart, including leaves, plus extra for serving
- 2 teaspoons prepared horseradish
- 1 teaspoon chopped shallot
- Dash Worcestershire sauce
- 1 teaspoon celery salt
- 1 teaspoon kosher salt
- 12 dashes of hot sauce, or to taste
- 2 limes, juiced
- 1 (48-ounce) bottle of tomato juice
- To puree the celery, cut it into large pieces, along with the leaves, and place it in the steel-bladed food processor bowl.
- Process until smooth after including the horseradish, shallot, Worcestershire sauce, celery salt, kosher salt, Tabasco, and lime juice.
- Add the tomato juice after your pour the mixture into a big pitcher.
- Garnish each with the top half of a celery stalk after pouring it into tall glasses.