Eggcellent 2-Ingredient Easter Mocktails

I’m not a big drinker. I’m not a fan of the taste of alcohol and, more importantly, drinking physically makes me feel like absolute trash. Because of that, I often turn to mocktails.

Whether or not you consume alcohol, everyone loves a fun little mixed drink! I put together this list of easy, quick, 2-ingredient mocktails that are perfect for celebrating. And while you can enjoy them for any occasion, they’re specifically great for Easter! Toss some eggs in the backyard and let’s get to drinking! (P.S.: These would also all taste great with booze.)

Smucker’s Sweet Orange Marmalade & Lime La Croix

Stir a spoonful of this orange marmalade into a glass of lime La Croix for a sensational citrus mocktail. Serve it over ice and you’ll get knock-off margarita vibes with the help of two ingredients that you probably already have in your fridge.

Tejava Unsweetened Original Black Tea & Grapefruit Jarritos

best easter mocktails

This is my version of a sparkling Arnold Palmer. This drink was made to be enjoyed while sitting on a patio on a sunny day. Our version combines two of our favorite bottled drinks to make one delicious Easter mocktail. The Grapefruit Jarritos, one of the most underrated sodas out there, really takes this drink to the next level.

Lemon Lime Olipop & Bushwick Kitchen Bees Knees Spicy Honey

best easter mocktails

Bushwick Kitchen’s Bees Knees Spicy Honey (our favorite hot honey) has plenty of heat and a wonderful fruity flavor that makes it a great addition to a mocktail. Mix it with Olipop’s new Lemon Lime flavor and you have an alcohol-free drink for anyone who loves a spicy cocktail. Plus, bees make me think of Spring. Easter happens in Spring. You get it!

Guayaki Enlighten Mint Yerba Mate & Lime Bubly

best easter mocktails

If you want the mojito taste without the mojito liquor, try out our two-ingredient booze-free Mojito. Both of these drinks are delicious separately, but they taste incredible mixed together. An added bonus: The punch of caffeine from the yerba mate will help you chase your kids around all day long.

O Organics 100% Tomato Juice & Secret Aardvark Habanero Hot Sauce

best easter mocktails

I love spicy tomato juice. It’s my go-to airplane beverage. If you’re craving a Bloody Mary but cutting out spirits, this tomato juice mixed with this habanero hot sauce will make a great spicy, savory breakfast mocktail. This hot sauce is hot, but also has notes of black pepper, sweetness, and plenty of salt. If a sweet cocktail isn’t your style, make one of these!

About the Author

Jordan Myrick

Jordan is an L.A.-based writer and comedian who believes all food should come with extra sauce. When they're not writing for Sporked, Jordan is at the movies or sharing an order of french fries with their elderly chihuahua.

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