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Non Alcoholic Cocktails, Themed Cocktail Parties, Party Drinks

Updated on December 9, 2015

Alcohol free cocktail drinks recipes for adults and children.

Non Alcoholic cocktails for kids or adults make a party into an excellent party. Cocktails without alcohol allow minors to enjoy the colorful drinks without breaking the law. Themed no alcohol cocktails allow a mellow night at any function without the hangover the next day.

Themed cocktails for occasions such as Halloween allow children to enjoy popular events without the feeling of missing out on any of the fun. Orange or black cocktails can be decorated with imitation eyeballs or spiders encased in ice cubes for extra spookiness..

Here are some non alcoholic cocktail recipes for a fantastic evening or for themed party cocktails.

Bloody January ( 'Bloody Halloween' or just 'Blood' )

Ingredients

Crushed ice, chopped red pepper, 2 x peeled and chopped tomatoes, juice of lime, de-seeded and chopped green chili, salt and ground pepper

Method

Place all contents into a blender and blend until smooth. Pour into a high glass and add a stick of celery to decorate.


Bloody Mary

Ingredients

4 - 6 cracked ice cubes, Worcestershire sauce, Tabasco sauce, 4 measures tomato juice, 1/4 teaspoon horseradish sauce, 1 measure lime juice

Method

Pour all contents into a cocktail shaker and shake wildly until a frost forms. Strain into a glass and season with salt for taste.

Carrot Cream

Ingredients

4 cracked ice cubes, 2 measures carrot juice, 1 measure orange juice, 1 egg yolk, 2.5 measures single cream.

Method

Pour all the contents into a cocktail shaker and shave vigorously until a small frost begins to form. Strain into a glass and decorate with a slice of orange. Yummy.

Eye of The Hurricane

Ingredients

6 ice cubes, 2 measures passion fruit syrup, 1 measure lime juice, bitter lemon to top up with.

Method

Pour the contents into a glass ( except bitter lemon ) and stir well, add a slice of lemon for decoration and a sparkler would also be good, top off with bitter lemon.

Quiet Passion

Ingredients

cracked ice cubes, 4 measures grapefruit juice, 1 measure passion fruit juice, 4 measures white grape juice.

Method

Pour all the ingredients into a cocktail shaker and shake well. Pour over the ice cubes and decorate with an umbrella and a slice of lime.

Sunrise

Ingredients

1 measure of lemon juice, 2 measures orange juice, 1 measure grenadine, sparkling mineral water.

Method

Put ice into a glass and pour contents over, stir together and top up with sparkling mineral water. Tastes very sweet and lively.

Island Cooler

Ingredients

10 cracked ice cubes, 1 measure papaya juice, 1 measure pineapple juice, 1 measure lemon juice, 2 measures orange juice, 1/2 teaspoon grenadine, sparkling water.

Method

Put ice into a cocktail shaker, pour over all juices and grenadine and shake well. Pour into tall cglass with 2 cubes of ice in, top up with sparkling water and add a cherry or pineapple slice and a sparkler for decoration.

Caribbean Cocktail

Ingredients

6 crushed ice cubes, 4 measures orange juice, dash of lime, 1/2 peeled and sliced banana, 1/2 chopped mango.

Method

Put all contents into a blender and blend until smooth. Put three ice cubes in a large glass and pour the contents of the blender into the glass. Add sparkler and a slice of lime for decoration.

Little Prince

Ingredients

5 cracked ice cubes, 1 measure lemon juice, 1 measure apricot juice, 2 measures sparkling apple juice.

Method

Put all the contents into a cocktail shaker, stir well. Pour into tall tumbler and add a twist of lemon to decorate.

Peach Melba

Ingredients

3 measures peach juice, 1 measure lemon juice, 1 measure grenadine, 1 measure lime juice, 6 cracked ice cubes.

Method

Pour all the contents into a cocktail shaker and shake well until a mysterious frost forms. Strain into a tall glass and decorate with fruit, umbrella, and drink through two straws.

Cracked Ice

Cracked ice cubes are used for cocktail shakers. This way the ice will break up whilst being shaken, whereas normal ice cubes will not.

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