Cheap and Tasty Non-Alcoholic New Year's Drinks
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Cheap and Tasty Non-Alcoholic New Year’s Drinks

Posted on Wednesday, December 26th, 2012 at 7:00 am
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New Year's Eve parties require drinks.  You can make some cheap and tasty non-alcoholic drinks for guests who are children or designated drivers.Those of you who are going to be hosting a New Year’s Eve party realize that your guests are expecting certain things. Everyone wants to participate in the countdown that signals the change from the old year to the new one. People tend to celebrate this holiday with a drink. Here are some cheap and tasty options for non-alcoholic drinks that your guests will love!

Typically, people celebrate New Year’s Eve by drinking alcohol. These types of drinks may not be appropriate for every party. Parents might bring their children to the party, and the kids should not be drinking alcohol. Some of your guests will choose to abstain from alcohol due to religious reasons, or because the medication they require doesn’t mix well with alcohol. Don’t forget about the designated drivers!

Here are some cheap, but tasty, options for non-alcoholic New Year’s drinks.

Non-Alcoholic New Year’s Eve Drinks

Welch’s Sparkling Grape Juice
Go visit the Welch’s Sparkling Grape Juice Facebook page and click “like”. They will give you a coupon for $1.00 off any 2 bottles of Welch’s Sparkling Grape Juice. Visually, the bottles look very much like champaign bottles. The “sparkling” part even mimics the bubbles! They are alcohol free and safe for children, and designated drivers, to consume.

Martha Stewart’s Cranberry Sparkler
This recipe was on the Martha Stewart Show in December of 2007. The recipe on her website is set to make one drink. You will need white cranberry juice, sparkling water, springs of mint (for garnish), and blackberry puree. Don’t worry, Martha has a recipe for the puree that you can follow.

Raspberry Spritzer from Eating Well
This recipe comes from the Eating Well magazine’s June/July 2005 edition. The recipe is set for two drinks. You will need seltzer, frozen raspberries, raspberry syrup, sprigs of mint, and ice cubes. It takes five minutes to prepare.

Lemon Basil Virgin Mojito from Goose Creek Gardens
It’s a non-alcoholic mojito! I found this recipe on Facebook. This recipe is set up to make four drinks. You will need water, lime juice, seltzer water, sugar, and lemon basil leaves. You will also need a blender. Fill four glasses with ice, and pour.

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