Ginger Pomegranate Mocktail
The Ginger Pomegranate Mocktail is a refreshing and non-alcoholic beverage that can be enjoyed as a cocktail substitute. P.S. this mocktail recipe is Whole30 approved too!Jump to Recipe
Mocktails are a nice way to sip on something tasty without the effects of alcohol. And if you’ve been participating in Dry January then you’re probably familiar with a few mocktail recipes already. But, I want to share the Ginger Pomegranate Mocktail recipe with you because it’s super tasty and Whole30 approved! I enjoy incorporating mocktails into my life because it’s a reset, especially after a holiday season filled with lots of indulging.
To make this yummy mocktail, all you need are a few key ingredients, a cocktail shaker, and 10 minutes. So, get to shaking and enjoy!
Whole30 is a meal plan that focuses on eating real food and eliminating anything processed. This allows you to see if you have any food sensitivities or reactions to certain foods or food groups. The Whole30 process encourages individuals to start with 30 days of healthier eating and drinking habits. The Ginger Pomegranate Mocktail combines fresh ginger, pomegranate juice, and orange juice for the perfect refreshment for the month. Keep reading to see how to make this tasty drink!
Who says mocktails can’t be fun? The Ginger Pomegranate Mocktail is an exciting refreshment with the freshest ingredients for a flavorful drink to sip on any day and any time. See what I used to achieve this mocktail.
To make this specialty mocktail, start by thinly slicing a piece of ginger and adding it to a cocktail shaker with a splash of hot water. Muddle to release the ginger’s flavors. Note: you can substitute real ginger with ginger paste, but I prefer the taste of real ginger.
Next, add the pomegranate juice, orange juice, and ice, then shake all the ingredients in the cocktail shaker until the outside of the shaker is chilled. Strain the mixture into 2 glasses with fresh ice and top with a splash of sparkling water and stir. If desired, garnish with a rosemary sprig, pomegranate arils, and orange slice.
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