These Cozy Mocktail Recipes Are Great Alcohol-Free Sips

Goodbye, rosé and Aperol spritz, and hello, pumpkin spice and apple cider cocktails! Fall is arguably the best time of year, in part because we can finally dig our chunky knit sweaters out of hiding; but also, we savor all the delicious fall-inspired food and drinks that come our way, mocktails included.

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Whether you and your friends are looking to forgo tomorrow’s hangover, or just don’t feel like drinking, period, these fall mocktails will help keep the party going . Mocktails are as elegant as traditional cocktails, so you never have to worry about not fitting in with the happy hour crowd. Even then, who cares if you’re not in the mood to down a diluted cocktail? You’ll save yourself some headaches and a few dollars too. Jump into fall with these non-alcoholic fall recipes below.


Accompanied by an apple cider donut, this earthy yet refreshing mocktail deserves a permanent place on your fall drink menu. Although it looks like a fancy, high-end cocktail, it actually contains no alcohol and helps you add some turmeric to your diet.

1/2 tablespoon apple cider vinegar
3 oz cloudy apple juice
1/2 teaspoon ground turmeric
2 tablespoons lemon juice
Ginger slice
3 oz Citrus Fresca
Ice cubes

Throw everything except Citrus Fresca into a shaker.
Shake well for about 30 seconds.
Pour the mixture into a tall cocktail glass filled with ice.
Garnish with Citrus Fresca.

As delicious as it is beautiful, this sweet and sour cocktail requires minimal effort and ingredients. You can easily sip this mocktail during the winter months with its rosy hue and undertones of cherry flavor.

2 ounces of cherry juice
1 oz lemon juice
1 tsp simple rose syrup
1 tsp maraschino cherry syrup
1 oz fresh citrus
Maraschino cherry filling
Garnish of rose petals
Ice cubes

Put everything except the toppings and the Citrus Fresca in a shaker.
Shake well for about 30 seconds.
Strain the mixture into a chopped cocktail glass.
Garnish with Citrus Fresca and garnish with a maraschino cherry and a rose petal.

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If you want a little booze, try this coffee-inspired recipe. A fun alternative to an espresso martini, this cocktail calls for low-alcohol alcohol and a healthier substitute for simple syrup. Serve it in a chilled glass if desired.

2 oz NOLA Coffee Liqueur
1.5 oz cold brew or chilled espresso
3 oz. almond or oat milk

Add all the ingredients in a glass.
Stir and serve immediately.

If you’re looking for a fall-themed low-alcohol cocktail, consider replacing traditional vodka with BODY, a low-alcohol vodka that contains 25% less alcohol than other spirits on the market. . Garnish your martini with a dollop of whipped cream and ground cinnamon for an even sweeter finish, if desired.

2 oz BODY vodka
1/4 teaspoon vanilla extract
1/4 teaspoon pumpkin pie spice
1 tablespoon pumpkin puree
1 oz Irish cream liqueur
Pumpkin pie spice to garnish and rim the glass
Cinnamon stick for garnish

Garnish a martini glass with pumpkin pie spice, then place in the freezer for about 15 minutes or until frosted.
Pour all the cocktail ingredients into a shaker.
Shake well for about 30 seconds.
Strain the mixture into the frosted martini glass.
Garnish with a sprinkle of pumpkin pie spice and a cinnamon stick.