Over the Christmas period, it could be difficult to try and remain sober throughout the celebrations and can be a challenging time for those who have experienced or are currently experiencing a tough time with alcohol. Luckily, for you, we have come up with some of the best non-alcoholic drinks, thanks to BBC Good Food, which you can enjoy over the festivities.
Non-Alcoholic Mulled Wine
Where would Christmas be without mulled wine? It’s like having Christmas dinner without the sprouts! Fortunately, you can enjoy your favourite festive drink without alcohol with this recipe. Simply combine pomegranate juice, blackberries and a few spices and you can have a drink which is as festive and warming as the alcoholic version.
Spiced Apple Syrup With Clementine & Cloves
This Christmas drink combines the Christmas flavour with the benefits of a non-alcoholic drink. Not only can you enjoy this as a drink, but you could also drizzle it over some ice cream for a delicious dessert. Browse the recipe here
Non-Alcoholic Christmas Punch
This Christmas punch is the perfect welcome drink for any Christmas party. Tasting as good without alcohol as it does with, this punch is versatile and will go down a treat amongst guests. Browse the recipe here.
Non-Alcoholic Irish Cream Liqueur
This non-alcoholic liqueur is perfect for after-dinner drinks. Delicious as a non-alcoholic alternative before bed, or when you are full after a gigantic Christmas dinner, this drink has the same great taste as its alcoholic counterpart but without the hangover! View the recipe here.
The final drink which we love is this non-alcoholic twist on a classic festive drink. This version of the creamy cocktail has all the indulgence of the original drink but you won’t be feeling quite as guilty the next morning! View the recipe here.
Do You Need Some Extra Support With Alcohol Over the Festive Period?
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