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Blue Christmas Mocktail Recipe

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This Blue Christmas Mocktail Recipe gets its beautiful color from the Blue Curacao used in the recipe.  Blue Curacao is a sweet blue liqueur, distilled and flavored from the dried peel of bitter oranges – however, we are using a non-alcoholic version in this recipe.  When mixed with coconut and other flavors it becomes a sweetly intoxicating flavor – plus, it is a super pretty and eye-catching!

My kids love for me to experiment with different mocktails for kids.  They get to be taste-testers and give their opinions as we craft and build different recipes.

Blue Christmas Mocktails for Kids

I’ll have a blue, bluuuuueeeeee Christmas. LOL!  Are you singing it?  This beautiful Blue Christmas Mocktail makes me see Elvis in all his crooning glory. 🙂


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Pretty winter mocktail recipe for kids


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What’s the difference between a mocktail and a cocktail?

A mocktail is an alcoholic-free beverage that can be enjoyed by both children and adults.

While mocktails are often seen as a healthier alternative to cocktails, they can also be just as flavorful and enjoyable.

The key difference between a mocktail and a cocktail is that a mocktail does not contain any alcohol, while a cocktail typically contains at least one type of liquor.

However, it is important to note that some mocktails may still contain other ingredients that can be harmful if consumed in excesses, such as sugar or caffeine. For this reason, it is always important to read the label before consuming any beverage.



What are some ways to make mocktails even more kid-friendly?

While many mocktails are already pretty kid-friendly, there are a few ways to make them even more appealing to young taste buds.

First, try using fun and festive glassware. This can help to make the drink feel special and exciting.

Secondly, consider adding some colorful garnishes. Bright fruits or vegetables can add both visual appeal and flavor. Finally, don’t be afraid to experiment with different flavors and textures.

Kids often love sweet and fruity drinks, but they can also be surprised and delighted by more unexpected combinations.

By using these simple tips, you can create mocktails that are sure to please even the pickiest of eaters.

What are some common ingredients in mocktails?

Mocktails are non-alcoholic beverages that can be enjoyed by people of all ages. While they are often seen as an alternative to cocktails, mocktails can be just as delicious and refreshing.

Some common ingredients in mocktails include fruit juices, soda, and syrup. By mixing these ingredients together, bartenders can create a wide variety of non-alcoholic drinks that are perfect for any occasion.

And because they do not contain any alcohol, mocktails are a safe and enjoyable option for people who are looking to avoid the negative effects of alcohol consumption.

Whether you’re at a party or simply relaxing at home, mocktails are a great way to enjoy a delicious drink without the worry of overindulging.

What are some common garnishes for mocktails?

When it comes to garnishes, the sky is the limit for mocktails. In general, garnishes serve two purposes: they add flavor and they make the drink more visually appealing.

Common garnish options include fruits, vegetables, herbs, and edible flowers. For example, citrus fruits such as lemons and limes are often used to add a tart flavor, while sweeter fruits like strawberries can provide a touch of sweetness.

Fresh herbs like mint or basil can also be used to add flavor, while edible flowers can add a splash of color. When choosing garnishes, it’s important to consider both the flavor and the presentation.

The right combination of garnishes can transform a simple mocktail into a work of art.

When would be a good time to serve kid mocktails?

When it comes to kid-friendly beverages, mocktails are a great option. Not only are they non-alcoholic, but they also tend to be less sweet than cocktails, making them more refreshing and enjoyable for young palates.

The best time to serve mocktails is typically during the daytime when kids are more likely to be active and in need of a refreshing beverage. In particular, mocktails make an excellent addition to brunch or lunch menus. They can also be served as an afternoon pick-me-up or even as a post-dinner treat. When it comes to kid-friendly dining, mocktails are a versatile and delicious option.

What is the most popular mocktail flavor?

While the popularity of mocktails has increased in recent years, there is no clear consensus on what the most popular flavor is. Some popular choices include fruity options like mango or pineapple, while others prefer more refreshing flavors like cucumber or mint.

However, one factor that does seem to influence people’s choices is the season. In the summer months, fruity flavors are often more popular, while in the winter months, people tend to prefer mocktails with spices or citrus.

Ultimately, though, it seems that the most popular mocktail flavor is whatever is currently in season.

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Can you freeze mocktails?

In most cases, yes. Mocktails are non-alcoholic cocktails, and as such, they share many of the same ingredients as their alcoholic counterparts. The main difference is that mocktails do not contain any alcohol. This means that they can be safely frozen without fear of spoilage.

However, it is important to remember that freezing can change the texture and flavor of some mocktail ingredients, so it is best to experiment before serving a frozen mocktail to guests. For example, citrus juices tend to become more tart when frozen, so you may want to add a little extra sweetness if you are serving a frozen mocktail made with lemon or lime juice.

Ultimately, whether or not you freeze your mocktails is a matter of personal preference. So go ahead and experiment to find the perfect recipe for your next party.

Blue Christmas Mocktails for Kids

Blue Christmas Mocktail Recipe

Prep Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 10 minutes

Check out this Blue Christmas Mocktail Recipe!


  • 1 1/2 ounces Blue Curacao
  • 2 ounces Coconut Lime Soda
  • 2 1/2 ounces Limonata San Pellegrino
  • Lemon Slice
  • Ice


    In the bottom of a serving glass add blue Curacao, then add ice.

    Into a cocktail shaker add coconut lime soda, limonata san pellegrino, and ice.

    Using a long-handled spoon stir for 20 seconds.

    Slowly strain the mixture over the back of a large tablespoon over ice and blue Curacao.


Nutrition Information:
Yield: 1 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 443Total Fat: 16gSaturated Fat: 15gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 1gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 217mgCarbohydrates: 77gFiber: 6gSugar: 67gProtein: 2g

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Monday 18th of December 2017

This looks delicious. I wanted to let you know that you are one of my featured links this week. Check it out at

Miz Helen

Sunday 17th of December 2017

What a great Blue Christmas Mocktail! Hope you have a great week and thanks so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday! Merry Christmas Miz Helen


Wednesday 7th of December 2016

Please explain how a "mocktail" that includes a distilled liqueur with a 15-40% alcohol content is appropriate for kids?

Kelli Miller

Thursday 8th of December 2016

The one I linked to has zero alcohol, it is a fruit based simple syrup :-)

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