A refreshing and healthy blueberry mocktail with lime, mint, and sparkling water or kombucha. A non-alcoholic treat.
I love this blueberry mocktail recipe for all seasons. The sweet flavour makes it perfect for adults and a great mocktail for kids.
With a healthy combination of blueberries, lime, mint, and your choice of sparkling water or kombucha, it's quick and easy to make.
This would be a perfect alternative if you are looking for a refreshing alcohol free drink. It works for baby showers, bridal showers and other social occasions.
This can be made in a jug to share, and looks so pretty when garnished with blueberries and mint. Simply increase the servings sizes below depending on how many guests you have. If you have a lovely jug and matching glasses, it looks amazing served on a big tray and everyone can help themselves.
Blueberry, lime and mint also tastes great as a water infusion. Mix it in a water bottle and you are ready to go.
I don’t add anything to sweeten this, but if you are a sweet tooth you can add honey, stevia or whatever your preferred sweetener is. Blueberries can taste sweet or a little more sour depending on the time of year. Add the sweetener at the end of Step 2, and give it a good stir. You can always add more at the end if its not sweet enough, but you can't take away, so add the minimum to start with. Date syrup is another natural sweetener, but just aware this may change the final colour of the drink.
Only have frozen blueberries? No worries! You can use frozen with this recipe. Simply defrost the blueberries prior to using. If you find the frozen blueberries are a little lacking in the flavour department, just add a few more.
If you wanted to make it super special, this blueberry mocktail recipe would look perfect with some decorative ice blocks with blueberry and mint.
Blueberry, Lime, & Mint Mocktail
- 10-15 blueberries*
- 8 mint leaves
- Juice of one lime
- 1 cup sparkling water or kombucha
- 1 teaspoon honey or sweetener of choice optional
- In a mortar and pestle, muddle blueberries and mint leaves to release the flavour. If you don’t have a mortar and pestle, this can be done in the glass you are making your mocktail in. Use the back of a wooden spoon or similar.
- Add the juice of one lime to the mixture and stir. If you are using a sweetener, add it now.
- Spoon mixture into an ice-filled glass. If you have muddled the mixture within the glass, simply add ice.
- Top with your favourite sparkling water or kombucha. Stir gently and serve.
- You can add as many blueberries as you like to this recipe. 10 blueberries will give a lovely subtle flavour, so add more if you like your blueberry flavour more intense.
NUTRITIONAL VALUES ARE ESTIMATES ONLY AND DO NOT INCLUDE CARBS FROM SUGAR ALCOHOLS.
This is a light mocktail. The flavours aren't intense, so it is very refreshing. I enjoyed it with my lunch and it went well with my Morrocan dish!