6 non-alcoholic Thanksgiving cocktails that are full of holiday spirit

November 14, 2017

Thanksgiving is known for being an eating holiday, but it’s often a drinking holiday, too. And while we love a good cocktail as much as the next, it’s always a good idea to have some mocktail recipes in your back pocket.

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Thanksgiving is known for being an eating holiday, but it’s often a drinking holiday, too. And while we love a good cocktail as much as the next, it’s always a good idea to have some mocktail recipes in your back pocket.
These delish holiday mocktails are light and sweet and total crowd-pleasers. They’re the perfect beverage to mix up and serve in a punch bowl alongside pumpkin pie or as a pre-dinner apéritif. Bottom line? You’re gonna want to sip on these tasty mocktails this Thanksgiving.
Salted caramel apple ciderGetty Images/GreenArtPhotographyHot apple cider is delicious on its own, but this mocktail recipe from A Spicy Perspective takes it up a notch by adding caramel syrup and sea salt.
Sparkling cranberry punchCourtesy of dessertnowdinnerlater.comWho needs jellied cranberries in a can, when you can serve this nonalcoholic punch from Dessert Now Dinner Later with fresh cranberries and lemon wedges instead?
Blended persimmon mocktailCourtesy of apronandsneakers.comPersimmons are a fall fruit that don’t receive as much hype as they should! Give them a try with this refreshing mocktail recipe from Apron and Sneakers.
Pomegranate lime spritzerCourtesy of asimplepantry.comThe sweet lime flavor of 7Up mixed with the tartness of pomegranate juice makes for a refreshing drink in this recipe from A Simple Pantry.
Ginger lime fizzCourtesy of naturallyella.comThis ginger lime fizz recipe from Naturally Ella is similar to a Moscow Mule, but without all of the empty calories of vodka.
Sparkling pumpkin spice punch
Pumpkin spice is not only a great coffee flavor, but it also works well as a href=”https://www.nobiggie.net/sparkling-pumpkin-spice-punch/”>sparkling iced punch. Bonus points: serve the drink inside a hallowed out pumpkin.

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