Pregnant? Religious restrictions? Underage? Hosting a party with children? Hosting a party of pregnant, religious, underage children? (just kidding :) Or are you just plain thirsty? Well, these non-alcoholic mocktail recipes are sure to please the senses.
Zero Proof Cocktails - Alcohol-Free Beverages for Every Occasion
Valentine's Day Mocktails
Faux Pink Champagne
Combine 3/4 c. chilled sparkling apple cider, 3/4 c. chilled sparkling cherry-flavored mineral water, and 1/2 c. chilled cranberry juice cocktail; stir lightly. Pour into 2 champagne glasses.
To a flute, add:
1teaspoon of strawberry puree
1 tsp. grenadine
Top with soda water and garnish with a fresh strawberry.
Hot Nights Mocktail
In a cocktail shaker filled with ice, add 2 oz. raspberry juice, 2 oz. lemonade and 1 oz. cranberry juice. Shake and strain into a Martini glass. Garnish with a frozen cranberry.
Blushing Lass Mocktail
In a cocktail shaker filled with ice, combine 2 oz. iced tea, the juice of 1/4 fresh lemon, and 1 tsp. grenadine. Shake and strain into a cocktail glass. Top with 2 oz. ginger ale and garnish with a lemon twist.
1 oz pomegranate juice
To a champagne flute, add pomegranate juice and top with lemon-lime soda. Stir to mix and garnish with a lemon twist.
Find many more mocktail recipes at LCBO - Mocktails Recipe Search
St Patrick's Day Mocktails
Pineapple Umbrella Mocktail
In a cocktail shaker add 4 tbsp. diced honeydew melon mash. Fill the shaker with ice and add 4 oz. pineapple juice. Shake and strain into a martini glass and garnish with a melon and pineapple skewer.
Mocktail Recipe #1: Virgin Mojito
All the taste of the classic Cuban Mojito, without the alcohol! Be sure to use fresh mint leaves for the best results!
- crushed ice
- 8 mint leaves
- 3 oz lime juice
- 1 ½ oz sugar syrup
- 2 oz club soda
- Fill a pint glass 1/3 full with ice, then add mint leaves. Lightly mash the leaves together with the liquid using a muddle stick or wooden pestle, being careful not to tear the leaves. Fill the glass with more ice, then add club soda. Garnish with mint or lime, and savor!
Virgin pomegranate and cranberry bellinis
Recipe at Maple Mocktail Recipe - Food2.
Virgin Pear & Ginger Beer
Recipe at Giddy Gastronome.
Apple Cider Floats
Recipe at Apple Cider Floats | Our Best Bites.
Pumpkin Pie Shakes
Recipe at Hamilton Family Recipes: Pumpkin Pie Shakes.
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Mocktail Recipe #2: Virgin Sangria
This brightly flavored beverage is great for adults and kids. Fruity and delicious it's a great treat on a hot day or a fun fiesta.
- 3 cups unsweetened grape juice
- 3/4 cup apple juice concentrate
- 1 tablespoon fresh lime juice
- 1 tablespoon fresh lemon juice
- 1 small unpeeled lemons, sliced and seeded
- 1 small unpeeled oranges, sliced and seeded
- 1 small unpeeled apples, cored, cut into eights
- 1 3/4 cups club soda or sparkling water
- Combine all the ingredients except the soda/sparkling water in a large pitcher.
- 2 Stir well, and chill.
- 3 Add soda/sparkling water just before serving.
- 4 Serve over ice in wineglasses.
Recipe via Virgin Sangria Recipe - Food.com
Tasty Mocktails - Fine Living
Mocktail Recipe #3: Perfect Virgin Daiquiri
photo credit: Recipe: Iced strawberry and rose daiquiri | Mail Online
Alcohol certainly isn't necessary to enjoy this mouth-watering, frozen favorite!
- 1 14 Â½-ounce can pineapple chunks in juice
- 1 12-oz bag frozen strawberries
- 2 tablespoons superfine sugar
- 2 medium limes, juiced
- fresh strawberries, optional, for garnish
- In a blender, combine pineapple, frozen strawberries, sugar, and lime juice and puree until smooth. Pour into glasses, garnish with fresh strawberries, if desired, and serve immediately.
Why Mocktails Can (and Do) Rock
Let's face it: The old standards - soda, root beer, and water with a twist of lime - are boring and better suited for the under-20 crowd. On the other hand, mocktails, also known as mixed non-alcoholic beverages, offer a more exciting alternative to the old virgin reliables, and can provide savvy imbibers plenty of yummy advantages:
1. Fewer calories
Alcoholic beverages, particularly sugary mixed drinks or fruity, frozen concoctions, can affix copious calories to your daily tally (and, if you're really intoxicated, lead to binge eating caused by poor judgment), adding up to excess pounds in the long run.
The average mixed drink made with one ounce of rum, vodka or whiskey and juice or cola clocks in at over 200 calories. Times that by two or three over the course of the evening and you'll have to run an extra hour on the treadmill just to burn it off!
Mocktails, especially those flavored with just a splash of juice and a club soda base (including our Virgin Cosmo, recipe below), can cut the calorie count down to just 50 calories while still providing plenty of flavor.
However, keep in mind that not all mocktails are low in calories. Consider anything with more than two ounces of juice and any added sugar off-limits for strict dieters, particularly if you are following a low-carb plan.
2. Less expensive
Liquor, wine and spirits are expensive, with top-shelf drinks going for as much as $20 each in pricey bars and restaurants. Mocktails cut out the most expensive ingredient - the booze - whether you're making them from scratch or ordering out. This means you get to sip a satisfying drink and line your pockets with extra green while you're at it.
3. Higher in nutrients
Mocktails made with fresh and/or organic juices, such as pomegranate, orange, mangosteen, goji or acai boast plenty of antioxidants and vitamin C and none of the corn syrup found in colas or syrupy drink mixers.
Using stevia-leaf extract or agave nectar in place of table sugar or simple syrup can also sweeten drinks while providing the body with more stable, diet-friendly sweeteners. Toss in a handful of sliced fruit and you double your healthful pleasure.
4. Everyone can enjoy them
Pregnant women, people on specific medications or with chronic illnesses, designated drivers, children and even the most devout prohibitionists can all enjoy mocktails, making your next party or dinner gathering exceptionally enticing to drinkers and teetolers alike.
Just one or two non-traditional and non-alcoholic options for the revelers on your guest list will be sincerely appreciated - especially if they're delicious enough that your guests who drink abandon their beer for, say, another glass of alcohol-free sangria.
Read the full article at Booze-free beverages: Four can't-miss mocktails.
Mocktail Recipe #4: Faux Kir - Serves 1
A non-alcoholic version of the classic wine cocktail, this drink is just as colorful and tasty. French and Italian fruit syrups are often then best quality and have the most flavors.
- 1 tsp. raspberry syrup
- 6 oz. sparkling cider, chilled
- Garnish: fresh raspberries
- Put a teaspoon of syrup in a champagne flute, add the sparkling cider, and float several raspberries on top.
Make Your Mocktails Memorable
Mocktail Recipe #5: Virgin Cosmopolitan - Serves 1
- 2 ounces cranberry juice
- Splash Rose's sweetened lime juice
- Club soda to taste
- Lime wedge or twist to garnish
- Fill highball glass with ice. Pour in juices and top with club soda. Alternately, fill cocktail shaker with ice and shake juices until chilled, then pour into martini glass and top with club soda.Add lime garnish.
Cocktail & Mocktail Garnishes
Stir sticks, paper parasols, maraschino cherries: garnishes make a drink more festive, whether they're cocktails or mocktails.
Along with citrus wedges and strips of zest, you can add color to drink with a whole kumquat. These tiny citrus fruits are entirely edible--peel and all--and they pack a mouth-watering punch of sweet-tart flavor. Other suggestions include:
- Maraschino cherries or brandied cherries
- Pineapple wedges
- Mint leaves
- Fruit kabobs: several kinds of fruit chunks on a skewer
- Ice cubes frozen with berries or slices of fruit
- Shaved fresh coconut
- Whipped cream, ice cream or a scoop of sherbet
- Flavored sugars
Read more at Cocktail & Mocktail Garnishes Article - Allrecipes.com.
Mocktail Recipe #6: Virgin Margarita - Serves 1
This modified "Official Drink of Summer" is highly recommended for all those outdoor summer events: barbecues, beach days and pool parties. As always, blended with ice is twice as nice.
- 1 Â½ oz. sour mix
- Â½ oz. lime juice
- Â½ oz. orange juice
- Lime wedges, for garnish
- Pour ingredients (minus the lime wedges) into a cocktail shaker. Shake and pour into a rocks glass or a margarita glass. Add more ice if needed. Our highly recommended alternative is to blend in a blender with ice. Garnish with a wedge of lime.
Mocktail Recipe #6: Virgin PiÃ±a Colada
- 7 oz pineapple juice
- 2 oz coconut cream
- 1 cup crushed ice
- Add the pineapple juice, coconut cream and crushed ice to a blender; blend at high speed. Pour into a collins glass. Garnish with a maraschino cherry, a pineapple wedge, and serve.
Recipe via Virgin Pina Colada recipe
Simple Non-Alcoholic Cocktails - Perfect for kids
- Cinderella - 2 oz. Club Soda, 1 dash grenadine, 1 oz. lemon juice, orange juice, and pineapple juice
- Egg cream - chocolate syrup, milk, and seltzer
- Mock Champagne - apple juice, ginger ale, and lemon juice
- Phil Collins - 7-Up with Lemonade (As opposed to a Tom Collins)
- Roy Rogers - cola and grenadine syrup, garnished with a maraschino cherry
- Richard Simmons - diet cola and grenadine syrup, garnished with a maraschino cherry
- Rebecca - pineapple juice (1/3), cranberry juice (1/3), soda water (1/3)
- Patrick Sweeney - a little known West Coast college favorite. Red Bull, cranberry juice, Coke, and orange Gatorade
- Safe Sex on the Beach - cranberry juice, grapefruit juice, and peach nectar
- Shirley Temple - Sprite or ginger ale and grenadine syrup, often with orange juice
- Virgin Mary - a Bloody Mary without the vodka (Known in Europe as a "Bloody Shame")
- Virgin Mint Julep - made with CrÃ¨me de menthe syrup and Limeade often served at Disneyland in New Orleans Square
Recipes via Non-alcoholic beverage - Wikipedia
Preggatinis - Mixology for the Mom-to-be
Mocktail Recipe #7: Preggie Paradise - Serves 1
Dreaming about meeting your baby-to-be and preparing for his or her arrival is one of the happiest times of your life, despite any temporary queasiness! Lift a glass to the little one.
- 2 oz pineapple juice
- Dash Stirrings All-Natural, Blood Orange Bitters
- 3 oz ginger beer
- 1 pineapple wedge
- Pour the juice, bitters, and ginger beer into a rocks glass filled with ice. Garnish with a pineapple wedge on the edge of the glass
- De-virginize for Dad: Reduce ginger beer by 1 oz, and add 1 Â½ oz of rum.
Recipe via Preggatinis: Mixology for the Mom-to-be
Flavored Ice Cubes
Flavored Ice Cubes
Tired of melting ice causing your drinks to dilute and lose flavor? Try making flavored ice cubes to solve this problem. Small on effort but huge on impact, the flavor of your drinks will slowly transform as the ice melts. Use contrasting colored cubes to contrast for visual impact.
Fill a cocktail shaker with ice. Add 1-1/2 oz. passionfruit juice, the juice of 1/2 fresh lemon and 4 oz. lemonade. Shake and strain into a Collins glass filled with ice. Garnish with a lemon wheel.
Easter Iced Tea Mocktail
Fill a tall glass with ice. Add 3 oz. iced tea, the juice of 1/8 fresh lemon and 2 oz. cranberry juice. Garnish with a long lemon twist.
Rim a tall glass with fresh lemon and lemon pepper. Fill the glass with ice and add Â¼ oz. lemon juice, 1 tsp. hot sauce, 1 tsp. Worcestershire and Â½ tsp. horseradish. Top with 4 oz. Clamato. Stir to mix and garnish with a celery, lemon and cherry tomato skewer.
Maple Julep Mocktail
In a cocktail shaker filled with ice, add white cranberry juice, maple syrup and a handful of mint. Shake sharply and strain into a glass filled with crushed ice. Garnish with a mint sprig.
Find many more mocktail recipes at LCBO - Mocktails Recipe Search
Cemetery Slime Punch
2 liters root beer
1 pint vanilla ice cream
1 pint chocolate ice cream
24 gummy worms, plus more if desired
1 Liter Bottle of 7up
10 Black Twizzlers, plus 2 for each cup to use as straws.
1 cup whole milk
2 pints vanilla ice cream
1 cup heavy cream
1 tablespoon confectioners' sugar
Chill a wine goblet with ice. Add 2 oz. cranberry juice and 4 oz. chilled apple cider. Stir to mix. Garnish with a cinnamon stick.
Carrolling in a Cup
To a saucepan, add 3 cloves, 1 stick cinnamon and the peel of 1 whole orange. Add 8 oz. apple cider. Heat almost to a boil. Remove cloves, cinnamon and orange peel and pour into a heatproof mug. Garnish with a fresh clementine skewer.
In a cocktail shaker filled with ice, add 1 oz apple juice, 1 small piece cinnamon and 2 oz cranberry juice. Shake and strain into a martini glass. Garnish with a candy cane.
Find many more holiday mocktail recipes at LCBO - Mocktails Recipe Search
In case you need more ideas, check out Non-alcoholic recipes: 700+ appetizing drink recipes.
What's your favorite mocktail recipe?
Ibidii on June 27, 2014:
These are great ideas to have a nice beverage with out sugar, soda water and of course are zero proof. Less calories and much more refreshing and healthy! Great ideas lens!
Cynthia Sylvestermouse from United States on June 27, 2014:
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Sundaycoffee on April 13, 2014:
Oh my gosh, they all look delicious! I think I'll start with the Virgin Mojito.
davenjilli lm on October 25, 2013:
oh so yummy!
Nan from London, UK on July 02, 2013:
These drinks looks lovely. Because you have a recipe which uses horseradish, I have added a link to my "H is for horseradish" lens.
LadyDuck on June 04, 2013:
Thanks for sharing these great zero alcohol cocktail recipes, really helpful.
imagelist lm on April 08, 2013:
A really helpful lens...
Rosyel Sawali from Manila Philippines on March 15, 2013:
Yummy! Love these mocktails! ^_^
myoyster1957 on March 05, 2013:
Great lens . Why? It's different.
RastaMermaid on February 22, 2013:
This lens is great!! Not everyone consumes alcohol,awesome alternatives!! Co-hosting a bridal shower,she's marrying a pastor,so these will be ideal!!!
Ninche on February 22, 2013:
I feel like it's summer by reading this lens Love the mocktails!
TedWritesStuff on January 07, 2013:
Love these recipes..just add tequila or rum!
Cocktail Making on December 03, 2012:
About 1 in 10 of our cocktail making parties are Mocktail (virgin cocktails) parties. This is increasing, not sure exactly why. Love this Lens.
Monette from Dubai on November 29, 2012:
I'm on diet as part of my training program. I'm glad that you have shared this lens, I'll try it on Christmas day! ;)
JoleneBelmain on November 23, 2012:
I just recently had a baby (6 days ago) and with the holidays coming up, these recipes will be great for me to join into the holidays without sacrificing our feeding schedule :) Thanks so much for the mocktail recipes :)
Erin Hardison from Memphis, TN on October 22, 2012:
This lens inspired me to throw a Mocktail baby shower for my sister this weekend. I'm using the Mojito, Sangria and Cosmopolitan recipes. Great presentation and I love the humor at the beginning too. Fantastic lens! Keep up the great work. Got my SquidAngel wings and came back to bless it.
Joan Haines on October 20, 2012:
"Hosting a party of pregnant, religious, underage children? " Ha, ha, ha, ha. You got me laughing right away.
MintySea on October 01, 2012:
I don't drink so these sound like fun
Cara on August 30, 2012:
A friend held a mocktail party for her teen daughter and her friends. They loved it. Great lens.
Mandy Stradley from Riverton, Utah on August 02, 2012:
anonymous on June 13, 2012:
I love this lens. It's great.
genuineaid lm on May 24, 2012:
They all looked so good I couldn't pick my favorite :)
Preschool Toolbox on May 20, 2012:
Love the Simple Non-Alcoholic Cocktails Perfect for kids...although I would personally like/try most of those on the list!
Margaret Schindel from Massachusetts on May 09, 2012:
These sound delicious! I'm not fond of the taste of alcohol, so I'm looking forward to trying some of these recipes. Thanks for sharing!
Erin Hardison from Memphis, TN on May 02, 2012:
I also pinned this on one of my Pinterest boards and shared it with a good friend (and cocktail lover) who is currently pregnant. She was pretty excited about the recipes and loved your intro too. Very funny! Thanks again. :)
Erin Hardison from Memphis, TN on April 29, 2012:
This rocks! I love your list of reasons why mocktails can be a better choice. I'll have to try a bunch of these.
makemoneyonline5 on April 29, 2012:
Awesome Lens! Love the recipes thank you for sharing.
pinkelephantpod on April 20, 2012:
I was looking for ideas like these 2 years back when I was expecting. Am gonna bookmark this for future reference! A cool "High Five" to mocktails
Rose Jones on April 08, 2012:
Convient, helpful, yummy lens!
Mark Falco from Reno, Nevada on March 24, 2012:
Awesome, I'm bookmarking this lens!
AJ from Australia on March 08, 2012:
Love these recipes. A virgin Pina Colada would really do the trick right now!
SallyForth on March 03, 2012:
Love it! Sincere thanks from a non-drinker.
Dancing Cowgirl Design from Texas on March 01, 2012:
wow wee wow wow! These drinks sound wonderful! Great pictures too.
PecjakJN on February 23, 2012:
Wow! great cocktails
Jeanette from Australia on February 18, 2012:
How creative! Beautiful lens.
curious0927 on January 28, 2012:
Exceptional! Thanks for the "skinny". Love the Mocktail thing! Blessed
crstnblue on January 28, 2012:
Wonderful lens - lots of tasty cocktails!
Thank for sharing! Tough decision now... which one to prepare first!? :)
SecondHandJoe LM on January 28, 2012:
Wow! You have some great ideas here! Everything looks delish! I've never heard them called mocktails before, guess I'm not on the up and up...we always just called them "virgins"
jeremykim2011 on January 28, 2012:
Stopping by again to admire this lens one more time.
anonymous on January 28, 2012:
"Virgin PiÃ±a Colada" looks unique and juuuuuuicy !
megabu717 on January 27, 2012:
They all look soo yummy, hard to choose which one try first. Thanks!
arunadavis on January 27, 2012:
Can't wait to try some of these...thanks for sharing these recipes with wonderful pictures.
Kim from Yonkers, NY on January 27, 2012:
I LOVE Shirley temples but the BEST way to make them.. is with CANADA DRY Ginger ale. The flavoring is better with that brand as, with shwepps & segrams if I remember right are a lot stronger in the ginger taste and more carbonated as well as a dry taste where Canada Dry is much smoother.
I've also added this lens to my favorite lenses lens & will be updated later on today.
Shannon from Florida on January 26, 2012:
Great recipes! Thank you!
WriterJanis2 on January 26, 2012:
So many great ideas! No wonder you made front page. Congrats! Blessed.
Johanna Eisler on January 26, 2012:
What an amazing lens! I'm bookmarking it right now - thank you! Congratulations for making the front page!
pyngthyngs on January 26, 2012:
My pregnant wife thanks you for the delicious mocktail mixology you've shared here.
Leah J. Hileman from East Berlin, PA, USA on January 26, 2012:
Ok, this is my new favorite lens. I sell Jewels by Park Lane & have jewelry parties all the time, mostly with non-drinkers. You've just given me all sorts of recipes to serve. Thanks! www.myparklane.com/lhileman
anonymous on January 26, 2012:
While I don't have a favorite mocktail recipe, i definitely know what I'm going to be drinking the next time I go out. Fewer calories = a happier me and a happier morning :) Thanks for the ideas! Great lens!
Edutopia on January 26, 2012:
Mocktails are a great way to play pranks on friends by getting into drinking games or contests with them and make sure you stick with the mocktails, haha. Great list of drinks!
Julianne Gentile from Cleveland, Ohio, US on January 25, 2012:
I love a good fancy drink anytime, but my husband and I aren't really drinkers, so mocktails are fun and we can share them with our teen daughter who loves fruity iced drinks like virgin strawberry margaritas (strawberry smoothie without dairy, basically). I love a spicy Bloody Mary, with or without the alcohol. Thanks for sharing these fun recipe finds.
jimmyworldstar on January 25, 2012:
The Virgin Sangria and Virgin Mojito sound good. They're refreshing drinks on their own!
SoniaCarew on January 25, 2012:
Fantastic recipes! Will certainly try them,... and level them up to 'cocktail' status!
hamshi5433 on January 25, 2012:
awesome collection...Id love to try the pineapple mocktail :D blessed.
miaponzo on January 25, 2012:
I love pina coladas best :) Blessed!
dannystaple on January 24, 2012:
I don't often drink, sometimes going for months without. I do love these alcohol free cocktails and drinks. I have to remind myself that Cider in the US is a sparkling apple juice, as what I know as Cider would be hard Cider over there. More often that not, when in a bar with friends (socialising), I am drinking orange juice with Lemonade.
mrsrower on January 24, 2012:
Thanks for this lens! I love the mojito recipe.
Lindrus on January 23, 2012:
Very nice-looking drinks! Thanks!
PapaKork on January 23, 2012:
Lots of great non-alcoholic recipes - great lens!
TheHealthCabin on January 23, 2012:
Great ideas for those watching their weight but not wanting to miss out!
seosmm on January 22, 2012:
Great ideas. Nice lens!
RazzbarryBreeze on January 22, 2012:
LOVE this Lens... I will be using the sangria at my daughter's Baby shower !
fullofshoes on December 14, 2011:
awesome lens. with the holidays approaching and a diversified group of visitors, this comes in handy.
sousababy on December 09, 2011:
Oh, I just realized that this lens belongs in the right sidebar of my Christmas lens. Wishing you a wonderful weekend hlkjgk!
Ann Hinds from So Cal on December 09, 2011:
Great suggestion for those who no longer drink alcohol beverages. Can't wait to try them.
hlkljgk (author) from Western Mass on December 09, 2011:
@sousababy: thanks, sousababy :)
Frankie Kangas from California on December 09, 2011:
Love this lens. As a non-drinker it is great to find such wonderful mixes. Thanks for sharing the recipes. Blessed. Bear hugs, Frankster
sousababy on December 09, 2011:
Came back to google +1 this gem of a lens . . so nice for pregnant ladies to feel included in the party by enjoying a mocktail.
sousababy on December 09, 2011:
In Canada, we love our Bloody Caesars . . and the Virgin Caesar (or non-alcoholic version) is great. Here is my recipe: 6 oz clamato juice, 1 - 3 drops of Tobasco, 4 - 6 drops of Worcestershire (depending on how spicy folks want it), salt and pepper. Garnish with a lemon wedge and stick of fresh celery. Traditionally, in bars we first rim top of the glass with celery salt, add ice cubes and then add the ingredients (and stir well).
JoshK47 on November 24, 2011:
What a most excellent idea for those who prefer not to imbibe for one reason or another - blessed by a SquidAngel!
anonymous on November 22, 2011:
awesome awesome lens! i am pregnant and am def enjoying these recipes! good job!!!!!!!1
Odille Rault from Gloucester on November 02, 2011:
What a fabulous idea! Definitely will be using some of these over Christmas! :)
KingLobster LM on October 29, 2011:
Easily one of the best lens that I have seen. I like the way that it is designed all the way through. It looks very professional. I also like the idea as well. Mocktails are something that I should really give a try.
squid-pinkchic18 on October 27, 2011:
These are great recipes! I will definitely have to try some of these :)
feliciasfavs on September 29, 2011:
So that's what you meant by mocktail. Yum too!
MargoPArrowsmith on April 11, 2011:
Pina and Colada have no need of alcohol! YUM!
JeremiahStanghini on February 18, 2011:
I remember these from college programming (on-campus).
With Love and Gratitude,
anonymous on February 11, 2011:
congrats on your giant squid showcase honour and nice lens gonna be sure to bookmark this lens some brilliant cocktails for the summer thanks
Cynthia Sylvestermouse from United States on January 06, 2011:
Congratulations on being listed on the 2010 Giant Squid Showcase! You already know I think this is a great lens and that you are one of the best!
KimGiancaterino on December 30, 2010:
This Christmas I made hot apple cider with orange slices, cinnamon bark, and spices. It was everyone's favorite. No one touched the eggnog! Congratulations on your 2010 Giant Squid Showcase honor. Well deserved. Have a happy new year!
Spook LM on December 30, 2010:
Beautiful lens and congratulations. Here's wishing you all the best for 2011.
greenerme on December 29, 2010:
Congrats on making the 2010 Giant Squid Showcase! Happy New Year!
anonymous on December 29, 2010:
Oh these Mocktails sound wonderful! Congrats on making the 2010 Giant Squid Best Of List!
SandyPeaks on December 29, 2010:
Oh, wonderful idea! Congratulations on making the 2010 Giant Squid Showcase list! Blessed by a SquidAngel.
Indigo Janson from UK on December 29, 2010:
Mocktails are a fantastic idea and you have so many delicious sounding recipes here that I think I will soon have more than one favourite! Congratulations on making it into the 2010 Giant Squid Showcase!
anonymous on December 28, 2010:
Yup, back for another round of mocktails! Congratulations on being on the 2010 Giant Squid Showcase Best of List!
Julianne Gentile from Cleveland, Ohio, US on December 28, 2010:
Congrats and Happy New Year, too!
Julianne Gentile from Cleveland, Ohio, US on December 28, 2010:
I love a yummy virgin bloody mary, if vegan Worcestershire sauce is available.
Mona from Iowa on December 28, 2010:
Congratulations on being one of the 45 on the Giant Squid 2010 Showcase. Very cool. :)
anonymous on December 28, 2010:
Congratulations for being included in The 2010 Giant Squid Showcase by the SquidTeam! How cool is that! Happy New Year, Squidhugs from Kathy
gravityx9 on December 13, 2010:
super presentation, and they look so 'real' * I have featured your yummy lens to my PLAYING WITH FOOD Lens! THUMBS UP!
anonymous on December 08, 2010:
It's all about presentation isn't it! You did it beautifully and added some great selling points. Less calories, more nutrients and less dollars spent are huge!
Yourshowman LM on December 07, 2010:
anonymous on December 05, 2010:
Nice lens. Well done.
ZazzleEnchante on December 01, 2010:
Great selection of recipes accompanied with great pics. Blessed by a SquidAngel.
Sami4u LM on November 24, 2010:
These look good enough to drink, even if you not a hosting a party for pregnant, religious, underage children. Good one LOL
DesignedbyLisa LM on November 24, 2010:
This is a great list of drinks! I'm going to try at least one for the holidays.
BuckHawkcenter on November 24, 2010:
No wonder this got a Purple Star. Amazing collection of the most yummy looking recipes I've ever seen! I'm getting set for my holiday entertaining.
mikerbowman on November 24, 2010:
That apple cinnamon mocktail sounds perfect for the holidays! My mom can't process alcohol effectively, so I will definitely be mixing her some apple cinnamon mocktails this winter :)
ohcaroline on November 24, 2010:
I like this lens. So many ideas to try. I am a teetotaler; so these fit right in my taste buds. I am book marking for future use. Will try a few over the holidays too.