Put a fresh spin on the traditional mimosa -- minus the alcohol -- with cranberry juice and a fizzy mixer.
This brightly colored party punch can be dressed up with an optional wreath of frozen berries and (for those who like its distinctive licorice flavor) bits of floating star anise.
Fresh-squeezed lemon juice and a hint of mint make this delicious drink a winner.
This "sangria" is made with crisp apple cider and fruit making it not only gorgeous but delicious!
Pineapple and orange juice served in a martini glass is a colorful and fun way for kids to celebrate beginning of a new year!
These festive ice cubes are not only gorgeous but delicious. Pour a little sparkling cider over a few and have yourself a "champagne" mocktail!
Yes, it's good from the carton too, but nothing can beat the lush yumminess of our homemade version of this holiday party staple. This eggnog is cooked (so it's safe) and then chilled quickly with a sweet secret ingredient.
This hot cider recipe, tinted a snappy red with melted cinnamon candies, makes for an extra-festive salute to holiday carolers.
These Baby Bellinis aren't your average champagne cocktail because their mocktails — non-alcoholic sippers just for the big night.
Ring in the New Year with a classic punch!
Berry Mimosa Mocktail
Sparkling Star Punch
Lemon Juice Juleps
Apple Cider Sangria
Pineapple Orange Martini
Rainbow Ice Cubes
Baby Bellini: A Kid-Friendly Mocktail
Perfect Holiday Punch
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