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Chocolate Covered Strawberries Mocktail Recipe

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In my brain, it doesn’t get more decadent than Chocolate Covered Strawberries.   This Chocolate Covered Strawberries Mocktail Recipe tastes just like (and even includes one as a garnishment) chocolate covered strawberries.  Plus, it has zero alcohol!  To me, that is perfect for a Valentine’s Day party for your kids or their classmates.

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.

Chocolate Covered Strawberries Mocktail Drink for Kids

To spice it up for Valentine’s Day, be sure to add the pretty candy hearts as a garnish.  Wouldn’t this be a fun drink for Valentine’s Day dinner?  You could you the red, white, and pink ones ones or you could use the multi-colored ones that resemble Conversation Hearts I found. ?

Chocolate Covered Strawberries Mocktail

A great (and pretty) mocktail takes a stash of a few fun tools like the ones listed above.  So, if you are planning to make cocktails and mocktails when entertaining, it would make sense to create your own little bar box!  This way, you are prepared when the unexpected guest drops in.


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This cocktail can be served either hot or cold.

Non Alcoholic Chocolate Covered Strawberry Beverage for Kids

Why are mocktails great for holidays?

Mocktails are a fun and festive way to enjoy holiday gatherings that don’t involve consuming alcohol. Not only are they attractive, colorful, and tasty, but they can also be enjoyed by adults and children.

With so many flavor combinations available, it can be challenging to decide which is best; however, a mocktail utilizes the same techniques as a cocktail about how flavors blends, such as acidity and sweetness.

Furthermore, mocktails not only offer unique party experiences to those abstaining from alcohol, but they also provide exciting variations from traditional non-alcoholic drinks such as juices and sodas.

Finally, the popularity of mocktails has allowed beverage vendors to create unique recipes for their customers during holidays or special occasions – making it easier for everyone looking for low-alcohol options when celebrating!

What foods pair well with mocktails?

Mocktails, non-alcoholic versions of cocktails, are becoming increasingly popular among adults and young people. While they tend to lack the punch of their alcohol-infused counterparts, mocktails can still be flavorful and fun.

To enhance the experience of sipping on a mocktail even further, it is encouraged to pair them with impressive food options like caviar, cheeses, and smoked salmon hors d’oeuvres.

Specialty foods that may not usually accompany drinks can take the experience up a notch with splashes of color and flavor that match or contrast nicely with the cocktail’s ingredients.

For dishes full of opulence, drizzled hummus platters with mezze dips plus mixed olives can be outstanding accompaniments for an evening out with friends over mocktails.

Are mocktail drink recipes always sweet?

Mocktail drinks are a popular alternative to traditional alcoholic beverages. Although people often associate mocktails with sugary sweetness, that is not always the case.

In fact, many mocktail recipes are crafted to offer complexity in terms of flavor without relying on high-sugar ingredients.

For instance, muddled herbal or citrus ingredients may be used in place of store-bought syrups or sodas to create a unique flavor balance that is neither overly sweet nor overly tart.

The possibilities for crafting delicious and sophisticated mocktails are near endless for those who are committed to expanding their repertoire of beverages.

What are good garnishes for sweet mocktails?

Adding garnish to a mocktail can drastically enhance the drink’s appearance and flavor. For sweet mocktails, natural fruit additions are an excellent choice for adding visual appeal.

Garnishes may be cut into slices or wedges that can be rested along the rim of the glass or suspended inside the drink using a cocktail pick.

Alternatively, berries such as blueberries and raspberries offer vibrant contrast with their vivid color and work well with aromatic herbs like basil and mint. These flavors create delightful complex notes to the overall taste experience and could be used as additional decorative elements.

Furthermore, chocolate shavings or candied citrus peels are excellent accompaniments for making sweet mocktails more pleasurable to consume.

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Chocolate Covered Strawberries Mocktail Drink for Kids

Chocolate Covered Strawberries Mocktail Recipe

Prep Time: 15 minutes
Cook Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 25 minutes

Check out this simple Chocolate Covered Strawberries Mocktail Recipe.


  • Strawberry Simple Syrup Ingredients
  • 1 cup of water
  • 1 cup of granulated white sugar
  • 1 cup of sliced strawberries
  • Chocolate Covered Strawberry Mocktail Ingredients:
  • 1 tbsp strawberry simple syrup instructions below
  • 2 tbsp chocolate syrup
  • 1 cup of whole milk half-n-half, or heavy cream
  • 1 cup fresh strawberries
  • 1-2 fresh strawberries sliced
  • *marshmallow cream only used in Hot Beverage


    Strawberry Simple Syrup:
    To make strawberry simple syrup add one cup of water and one cup of granulated sugar into a sauce pot over med-high heat.

    When the sugar water begins to boil add one cup of sliced strawberries.

    Using a fork press on the strawberries to break them apart and release the juice.

    Allow the mixture to come to a boil for one to two minutes.

    Remove from heat and cover the pot with a tight-fitting lid.
    Let the simple syrup steep for ten minutes.

    Strain the mixture througha fine-mesh sieve into a bowl or Mason jar.

    Place the lid on the Mason jar and store in the refrigerator or use immediately.

    Hot Toddy Directions:
    Add whole milk or another milk choice or milk substitute into a saucepan over med-high heat. When the milk begins to steam, add chocolate syrup.

    Pour the chocolate milk into a serving glass and top with marshmallow creme.

    Place a sliced strawberry on top of the marshmallow creme and drizzle a tablespoon of strawberry simple syrup.

    Add Valentine's candy.


    Cold Mocktail Directions:
    Add chilled cold whole milk or milk substitute into a glass, stir in two tablespoons of chocolate syrup. Mix until the milk and chocolate together.

    Pour the chocolate milk into a serving glass and top with marshmallow creme.

    Place a sliced strawberry on top of the marshmallow creme and drizzle a tablespoon of strawberry simple syrup.

    Add Valentine's candy.


Nutrition Information:
Yield: 1 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 2519Total Fat: 24gSaturated Fat: 14gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 8gCholesterol: 65mgSodium: 182mgCarbohydrates: 585gFiber: 11gSugar: 563gProtein: 14g

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Miz Helen

Tuesday 18th of April 2017

I can't wait to try this, (for the kids of course)! Thanks so much for sharing your post with us at Full Plate Thursday and come back soon! Miz Helen

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Thursday 9th of February 2017

So simple and looks seriously delicious. That strawberries-mocktail, definitely need to try this one.

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