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Festive mocktails for everyone to enjoy

Learn how to make a few non-alcoholic options to keep all of your friends and family included.

SEATTLE — The holidays are here, and they're not always an inclusive time for non-drinkers. 

Founder of National Mocktail Week, Marnie Rae, shares a few mocktail recipes to keep everyone included this season, as well as a few non-alcoholic wine and prosecco options.

Sparkling Emilia

  • 1/3 oz. Rhubarb Vanilla Simple Syrup
  • 1.5 oz. Grapefruit Juice
  • 3 oz. Plain LaCroix

Make sure the LaCroix is nice and cold when you start pouring.

Mix all three ingredients together and serve in a clear coupe or champagne glass.

Garnish with small edible flowers, a vanilla bean, or pomegranate arils.

Rae of Sunshine

  • 6 oz Orange Dry Soda
  • .5 oz vanilla simple syrup
  • Mint leaves

Muddle mint leaves and simple syrup in a shaker tin. Add ice and Orange Dry Soda.

Swirl for 10-15 seconds so drink has a chance to chill and combine flavors. 

Strain over ice or into a martini glass with orange zest as garnish.

Winter Sansgria

  • 32 oz white cranberry juice
  • 12 oz lime juice
  • 24 oz ginger ale
  • Frozen cranberries
  • Rosemary sprigs

In a pitcher, add white cranberry juice, ginger ale, lime juice, rosemary sprigs, and frozen cranberries.

Top this drink with ice and serve in a rocks glass.

Garnish with a rosemary sprig and cranberry.

Segment Producer Heidi Eng. Watch New Day Northwest 11 AM weekdays on KING 5 and streaming live on KING5.comContact New Day