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I am giving my daughter an 18th birthday party and want to make some mocktails. I am having trouble finding recipes for them- Can anyone help me please? Thanks

Posted by Umbrellas2760, 28th May 2014

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  • i would just look for cocktail recipes and make without the alcohol.

  • I would also just google it! Too easy!

  • The pre station makes all the difference. Sugar coated glasses, umbrella and swizel sticks help to make mock tails lots of fun.

  • Are you able to find recipes on Google?

  • They’re basically cocktails without alcohol. So can’t you just make the cocktail and leave out the alcohol?

  • Shirley Temple – 30ml grenadine,ice,lemonade,Fresh cream
    Poor grenadine over ice, top with lemonade, mix well and float cream on the top

    Cairns cooler – 60ml pineapple juice, 60ml OJ, 30ml coconut cream, 15ml sugar syrup, ice
    pour ingredients into glass one after another over ice and garnish

  • Start off with a few good basic recipes and then develop your own.

  • slushys go down well with youngins

  • There are many books on this subject, either hit your local library or Google it and melt your printer.

  • just get rid of the alcohol

  • Easiest way is to use cocktail recipes and switch the alcohol for something non alcoholic but similar – in stead of Malibu use coconut milk or cream or midori use a melon juice and lots of crushed ice!

  • What a lovely idea for her birthday party. taste.com.au might have some or checkout the local library for a few books on the subject.

  • coctail recipe book from the book store all google it they have tonnes. x

  • If you look and any cocktail recipes sure you could get ideas as to what flavours work well together but obviously minus the alcohol. Good luck.

  • first answer is very great

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