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Creamy Coco Berry Mocktail

4th of July Mocktail: Creamy Coco Berry Mocktail

Sip on the Creamy Coco Berry Mocktail for the 4th of July festivities. This mocktail hits all the right notes, it’s creamy, fruity, and berry delicious!

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The Creamy Coco Berry Mocktail

I’m loving this Creamy Coco Berry Mocktail made with fresh berries, coconut water, vanilla syrup, a hint of lemon juice, and creamy coconut milk. It’s like a dessert and non-alcoholic beverage mixed into one cup, so it’s checking all the right boxes for my pregnancy cravings!

Enjoy this mixed drink for the 4th of July celebration, it’s the perfect mocktail for the occasion because it’s hydrating and so refreshing! See what is used to craft this delicious drink.

Ingredients for the Creamy Coco Berry Mocktail

  • Coconut water: to balance all of these flavors, I added in some Vita Coco Coconut Water. I enjoy the Vita Coco brand. 
  • Berries: muddle up your preferred berries. I used Driscoll strawberries, blackberries and raspberries for this recipe, but any berry will work.
  • Vanilla syrup: add in vanilla syrup for a bit of sweetness. I used Torani Puremade Vanilla Syrup
  • Coconut milk: create the creaminess in this cocktail with cold canned coconut milk, I used this organic brand from Whole Foods.
  • Lemon juice: for a touch of citrus, squeeze in the juice from half a lemon. 
  • Garnish: top this mocktail with blueberries and blackberries for a finished look. Use a toothpick or cocktail pick to hold the berries together.
 Creamy Coco Berry Mocktail

How to Make the Creamy Coco Berry Mocktail

Let’s craft this 4th of July mocktail! Start by adding berries to a cocktail shaker and muddle until all the fruit is broken down. Next, add coconut water, vanilla syrup, the juice of half a lemon, and ice to the cocktail shaker. Shake vigorously until the outside of the shaker is chilled. 

Prepare your cocktail glass (I used this Neat Double Old Fashioned Glass) by filling it to the top with ice and strain the mocktail mixture into the cocktail glass. Lastly, top the mocktail with frothed coconut milk and garnish with blueberries and blackberries. 

Note: to froth your coconut milk, I used a frother, but you can also use a whisk.

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Creamy Coco Berry Mocktail

This Creamy Coco Berry Mocktail is made with berries, coconut water, vanilla syrup, lemon juice, and coconut milk.
Prep Time3 mins
Total Time8 mins
Course: Drinks
Cuisine: American
Keyword: 4th of July Drink
Yield: 1

Equipment

  • Cocktail shaker
  • Muddler
  • Frother or whisk

Materials

  • cup berries, plus more for garnish
  • ½ cup coconut water
  • ½ oz vanilla syrup
  • Half lemon
  • Coconut milk, frothed

Instructions

  • Add berries to a cocktail shaker and muddle until broken down. Add coconut water, vanilla syrup and juice of half lemon. Add ice and shake until chilled.
  • Fill a cocktail glass with ice. Strain mocktail mixture into glass. Top with frothed coconut milk. Garnish with blueberries and blackberries.

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