20 Non-Alcoholic Mocktails Perfect for Dry January (and Beyond)

Dry January is becoming more and more popular as the years go on. There are a few reasons that people participate in Dry January, especially after the rich, boozy holiday season from November to December. Not only does cutting out alcohol help detox your body, but it also can save you a few bucks (or $1,000 each month) here and there.

If you’re participating in Dry January or like to give up alcohol for Lent in the coming months, here are our 20 favorite non-alcoholic mocktails.

1. Homemade Pear Cider

How Sweet It Is

Catch the tail end of pear season and finish up that pack of Harry & David pears from the gift basket, with this delicious cider.

Find the recipe here.

2. Sparkling Cranberry Pomegranate Drink

Chelsea’s Messy Apron

There might be no better combination on the planet than cranberry and pomegranate. With a bit of club soda, the fizzy flavor is there.

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3. 5-Ingredient Butterbeer

Love Is In My Tummy

This 5-ingredient, 5-minute recipe is perfect for cozy winter nights.

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4. Cucumber Ginger Mocktail

40 Aprons

This refreshing cucumber ginger mocktail is a playful take on a gin and tonic, minus the gin.

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5. Turmeric, Ginger, and Grapefruit Mocktail

Eat Well 101

Keep your body energized and hydrated with this health-boosting mocktail that gets its benefits from not only ginger, but turmeric as well.

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6. Raspberry Fizz

Jo Cooks

Sub in a Cran-Raspberry LaCroix for this recipe and you will seriously never think about drinking another thing ever again.

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7. The Italian Bramble

The Artful Desperado

While this recipe requires juniper berries, you can always substitute your favorite kind of berry in its place. Blackberries are an ideal choice.

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8. Cucumber, Lime, and Elderflower Coolers

Real Food.Tesco

These coolers make every single day taste like summer. There’s nothing like cucumber and mint blended together.

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9. Sonic Ocean Water

Baking Beauty

This recipe, a copycat of Sonic’s famous blue Ocean Water, is a snap to make and will brighten anyone’s day.

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10. Grapefruit and Rosemary Mocktail

The Casual Craftlete

Using fresh grapefruit juice, this mocktail is the perfect combination of tart and sweet. Not to mention, the color is Instagram-worthy.

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11. Fresh Ginger-Lime Tonic

Love and Olive Oil

With only five ingredients, you can have this ginger-lime tonic any time of the day. It’s especially good for when you feel a cold coming on.

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12. Lavender Lemonade

The Cookie Rookie

Consider this springtime in a glass and use it this winter to make everything inside brighten up just a little bit.

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13. Mango Mojito Mocktail

In Sonnet’s Kitchen

Everything you love about the mojito, without the hangover.

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14. Virgin Sangrias

Natural Sweet Recipes

Sangria is the perfect way to get a healthy serving of fruit in each glass, so it shouldn’t be limited to those who are drinking!

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15. Blueberry Mint Kombucha Mocktails

The Rising Spoon

The best parts about this drink are the frozen blueberries that act like mini ice cubes. Delicious!

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16. Blackberry Ginger Mocktail

Coriander Queen

The base of this delicious mocktail is apple juice, which packs a punch when paired with blackberries.

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17. Salted Caramel Hot Chocolate

Whole Bite Blog

Hot chocolate is traditionally non-alcoholic so it only makes sense that one variation would hold a spot on this list.

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18. Iced Matcha Latte

Blender Happy

Is matcha in or out? Doesn’t matter, it’s still green, which makes your brain want to consume healthier foods. Or something like that.

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19. Blood Orange Shrub

The Kitchn

A shrub is a drink that contains vinegar and is boiled and simmered together. Combine this blood orange syrup with sparkling water and you’ve got an incredible fizzy, immune-boosting drink.

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20. Italian Cream Sodas

Butter with a Side of Bread

You need Torani syrups for this recipe, but if you don’t have a bottle or two on hand, I highly recommend just zipping over to Amazon and purchasing one or two because they flavor everything from coffees to sparkling water.

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