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December is nearly upon us and I’m already thinking about my much-needed time off over the festive season. But it’s not all mulled wine and mince pies as I’m actually working a lot so won’t be able to indulge in as much red wine and prosecco as I would like….which is why having a couple of fruity mocktail recipes in your arsenal is a godsend!
I’ve collaborated with Feel Good drinks to create this post and prove how fun, tasty and colourful mocktails can be! I was so surprised by how many flavours are available in the range and I plan to enjoy fruity drinks without a dash of alcohol so I can join in the fun – without having to go to work with a hangover!
Whilst the brand may focus on water-based drinks, it doesn’t mean mocktails can’t be fun too! Each flavour is suitably fruity too and so refreshing, so we had lots of fun sampling each flavour and creating pretty imagery to show to you guys how great the drinks are!
But, enough chat, let’s get on with the mocktail recipes!
Moisten the rim of the glass and dip into a plate of sugar to decorate the rim and give your glasses the Instagram treatment!
Pour both the Apple and Elderflower Feel Good and Ginger Beer into the glass over ice. Squeeze the lemon into the glass and then serve! Deliciously fruity yet utterly refreshing!
2. The Hand Warmer
Add the Cranberry and Pomegranate Feel Good, the juice of half an orange and the cinnamon sticks to a saucepan and bring to the boil on a low heat.
Once the mixture has simmered to a low heat, pour into a glass and enjoy! I can’t wait to drink this mocktail over the festive period to feel ultra Christmassy yet healthy, cos I’ll be cheating the alcohol!
Please let me know if you’ve tried the brand or if you try the recipes – I’d love to hear your thought!
*This post is sponsored by Feel Good drinks. A massive thank you to the brand for providing the drinks – we had lots of fun sampling each flavour!