Sparkling Cider New Year’s Eve Mocktails

Are you ready for a special treat?? Are you planning your New Years Eve celebrations?? Today my friend Jessica from One Martini at a Time (who is my “go-to” gal for beverages) is sharing a FABULOUS recipe that will take care of your party beverage planning. I have known Jessica for a long time. We bonded through both being residents of Nevada at the time & that we both homeschool. We worked together in my Photography Workshop. We also share a love for creating beverages & sharing them in our own little spaces – which is so much fun. If you are looking for any type of drink recipe- Jessica has you covered. Please give her a nice warm welcome & check out this YUMMY New Year’s Eve Recipe.

Sparkling Cider New Year’s Eve Mocktails

Sparkling Cider New Year's Eve Mocktail

 

On holidays and special occasions my kids like to have something fancy to drink. Normally I serve them regular sparkling cider but they insist that’s no longer fun. So, this year I came up with these Sparkling Cider New Year’s Eve Mocktails for them. They are a kid-friendly version of a cava cocktail with vodka that I created for adults who are toasting the New Year.

I went with Martinelli’s Sparkling Apple-Pomegranate Cider for the bubbles because it’s one of my kids’ favorite flavors. However, the Sparking Apple-Peach or the regular Sparkling Apple Cider will also work in these mocktails. I found that my kids didn’t like as much fresh squeezed lime as I do in my cocktails. I bumped that back a little, but you can adjust according to what your kids like the best.

Sparkling Cider New Year’s Eve Mocktails

Enjoy your New Year’s Eve celebration with the family and cheers to a good year!

Sparkling Cider New Year’s Eve Mocktails

Ingredients

  • Serves 2
  • 2 ounces passion fruit juice
  • ½ ounce fresh squeezed lime juice
  • Sparkling cider of your choice
  • Optional: pomegranate seeds for garnish

Instructions

  1. Add 1 ounce of passion fruit juice and ¼ ounce fresh squeezed lime juice into two kid friendly glasses.
  2. Top with sparkling cider and garnish with pomegranate seeds if using.
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Jessica Torres is the chief cocktail creator at One Martini. When not taste testing new spirits or shaking up cocktails, she can be found working on her food and drink photography, reading books about booze or attempting to nap. She can also be found at allParenting, Savvy Sassy Moms and on Facebook where she overshares cocktails recipes.

 

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Thank you SO MUCH Jessica for being here today.  It was such a pleasure to share this.

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Comments

  1. kim says

    Yum! That looks great! My kids would really enjoy this and perhaps we will make it for the countdown!