Mocktails have become a mainstay in social gatherings. It's a delicious alternative for those wanting a non-alcoholic beverage without compromising on taste or experience. This raspberry mojito mocktail blends the sweetness of raspberries with zest of mint and lime.
This recipe is great for parties, a night in or with some delicious tacos for dry January or Cinco de Mayo. It's the perfect year round drink!
You need just a few ingredients for this drink. It's simple and easy to make and enjoy year round!
- sliced lemon
- sparkling water or light-coloured soda of choice (like Sprite
- mint leaves
- Ice (optional)
Place strawberries, mint leaves, and sliced lemon into a jug. Use a muddler or the back of a wooden spoon to gently crush the ingredients directly in the jug.
Pour your preferred beverage into the jug and stir all the components together.
Add ice to chill and garnish with fresh mint, raspberries, and a lemon slice.
Place ingredients in your jar. Crush the fruit with a muddler.
Pour sparkling water or drink of choice over the crushed fruit.
Garnish with mint leaves.
Hint: We love using a muddler to crush the raspberries and mint.
You can substitute lemon for lime in this recipe. You can also use different types of fruits too.
You don't have to but we love using a muddler to crush the fruit.
This recipe is best served fresh but can be stored in the refrigerator for a couple of days.
Yes, frozen raspberries can be used, but fresh raspberries tend to impart a more vibrant flavor and color to the mocktail.
Lemon juice can be used as a substitute for lime if preferred. It will provide a slightly different citrus profile but still complements the raspberries and mint.
Instead of sugar, try adding a splash of natural sweeteners like agave syrup, honey, or a sugar-free alternative to adjust sweetness to your liking.
Certainly! Scale up the ingredients accordingly and mix the mocktail in a pitcher for serving a larger group.
Experiment by adding other berries like strawberries or blackberries for a different fruity twist. For a more herbal note, try infusing the drink with basil alongside or instead of mint.
Looking for other recipes like this? Try these:
Raspberry Mojito Mocktail
- muddler optional
- ¾ cup raspberries and a few for garnish
- ½ sliced lemon
- 1 can of sparkling water or light-coloured soda of choice
- 5-7 mint leaves
- Ice optional
- Add strawberries, mint leaves and sliced lemon into a jug. Crush them directly in a jug. Use a muddle or the back of a wooden spoon.
- Pour beverage of your choice and stir everything together.
- Add ice and garnish with mint, raspberries, and slice of lemon.
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