Whether you're planning on going out for a big party or simply staying home for a quiet celebration, here are some healthier New Year's Eve cocktails that contain no added sugar.
With party season in full swing, I wanted to equip you with some healthier New Year's Eve cocktails to try and keep you feeling great into 2018. There are warm winter drinks like the festive pomegranate whisky cocktail, inspired by my time in Paris, or rather my time spent surviving the winter in Paris. The cranberry lime sparkler is an alcohol-free option if you want to wake up feeling refreshed in the morning. Or if you want to go off topic, grab a spicy cucumber mint margarita.
I even have some ideas for fun flavored ice cubes to throw in the mix. And if you want to avoid adding refined sugar to your drinks, which I know you do, then try my honey ginger syrup. Most importantly, have a safe and happy New Year!
New Year's Cocktails
Honey ginger syrup is a great natural sweetener, perfect for adding to tea or a cocktail. Combine it with a little warm water to use it as a healthy flu-fighting elixir.
Looking to up the ante on a lunchtime Iced tea or Sunday morning Bloody Mary? Make some hatch chile ice cubes to give a fun kick to any drink.
Freshen up your summer drink with this fresh fruit mango cocktail with orange, lime and mint. No refined sugar is added. The sweetness is all from fresh fruit.
This sparkling cranberry aperol spritz is festive enough for your next holiday celebration, but easy enough to prepare for a quiet night of cocktails at home.
The French gin gimlet plays off the classic version with the addition of St. Germaine, or the elderflower cordial of your choosing, and fresh mint, adding a certain je ne sais quoi!
The watermelon berry cooler will help you beat the summer heat with a blend of frozen berries, watermelon, lime and mint. Serve to the whole family as is or spike with your favorite spirit for an adult beverage.
Freeze your favorite fruit with some mint and water or lime juice and you have the perfect companion to sparkling water, iced tea or even a festive cocktail
Move over orange juice, there's a new Mimosa in town mixed with Prosecco, grapefruit and lime. Sip it for brunch or to kick off a great summer party.
If you're looking for new cocktail inspiration, try this spicy jalapeno mint moscow mule. It has a modern and vibrant punch, perfect for summer drinking.
This cranberry lime sparkler is an easy drink to pull together for a holiday brunch or party, with or without alcohol.