The Non-Alcoholic Party Drink You Need This Holiday Season: Sparkling Apple-Ginger Mocktail Recipe

The Non-Alcoholic Party Drink You Need This Holiday Season: Sparkling Apple-Ginger Mocktail Recipe

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Whether you're trying to cut down on alcohol or just want a tasty drink to sip on this holiday season, we're bringing you a delicious Sparkling Apple Ginger Mocktail recipe. Made with gut-friendly ingredients like ginger and dark berries, you'll be able to have a fun holiday party, without the stomach ache!

 

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Double the recipe and share it with a friend, or quadruple it and share it with a group. You'll love how this mocktail tastes as much as how it makes you feel. Keep reading for the easy, 4 step recipe.

 

Ingredients You Need For This Mocktail

 

 Learn more about ginger for gut-health.

 

sparkling ginger mocktail

 

How To Make This Ginger-Apple Holiday Mocktail

  1. The night before (or at least 6 hours before), freeze your apple juice into apple ice cubes! Do this by simply pouring your juice into an ice cube tray and letting them freeze. They'll form perfect ice cubes that will make your drink even tastier as they melt!
  2. The next day (or whenever you're ready to make it), add your loose leaf ginger tea to the hot water. Let your tea steep for 10-15 minutes.
  3. Heat 1/2 cup of frozen berries until soft, then mash with a muddler or fork.
  4. Assemble! Grab your favorite glass. First, goes the berries. Next, your apple ice cubes and then your strained, brewed tea. Finally, top with sparkling water!

 

If you want to try four gut-friendly teas (Lady GingerCoffee QuitterCampfire Chai and Lucky Morning Spice) without committing to a full-size, check out November's Tea Talk Box! Follow along with us on Instagram and we'll show you how to turn these four gut-friendly into delicious lattes and mocktails, from a Peppermint Mocha to a Ginger Apple Cider.

 

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Tea Talk Box Video on Instagram

 

Thanks so much for reading! If you liked this blog, check out this Gut-Friendly Peppermint Mocha recipe using Puehr and Dandelion Root.

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