20 Festive Autumn Mocktails Recipes

Here are more than 20 Festive Autumn Mocktails Recipes that include orange juice, cinnamon, and apples and lots of other fall harvest goodness! Find a healthy drink or punch recipe for adults, kids or the entire family!

festive autumn mocktails drink recipes

Festive Autumn Mocktails Recipes

Here is a great list of fall punch recipes to liven up your autumn gathering or party!

1. I don’t know what it is about this time of year but I love harvest smells and tastes. This Autumn Harvest Punch Recipe (Mocktail) with fresh fruit and herbs is the perfect autumn mocktail and would be so yummy either cold or warm!

autumn harvest punch with fresh fruit

2. When it’s cold and snowing outside, there is nothing better to warm you up than hot holiday drinks. This Mulled Apple Cider recipe is a refreshing change from coffee drinks that will warm you up and get you in the mood for the holidays.


3. Warm up this winter with a pumpkin spice latte made with chai (instead of coffee), pumpkin spice, and pumpkin puree. 

pumpkin spice chai latte drink



4. This hot spiced cranberry cider recipe is a nice change from apple cider. The vibrant red color makes it the perfect choice for holiday entertaining. I’ve been making this for a few years and have no idea where the original recipe came from. I’ve modified it a bit over the years to reduce the sugar content. This isn’t super sweet so you can taste the cranberry and the cinnamon more than the sugar.

hot spiced cranberry cider recipe fresh cranberries and cinnamon



5. Oats are used in this recipe for Vegan Warm Cinnamon Horchata in addition to brown rice and almonds. Please note that as you heat it up on the stove, the oats will begin to thicken. This means you will need to stir constantly while cooking.

6. Slow Cooker Apple Cider is a fun recipe that is just perfect for your next get-together. I love this recipe because you start with real, whole, beautiful apples and turn them into apple cider. It’s not mixing juices together, this is the real deal. Ok, it’s the slow cooker version of the real deal.

7. This Fruity Nectarine Seltzer Mocktail Recipe is so easy and fun with the addition of some honey for extra non-refined sugar sweetness.

Nectarine Seltzer Mocktail



8. Make this Mulled Pear Juice by simmering clementine juice with pear juice and spices for a warming drink. Suitable for Gluten-Free, Paleo and Vegan diets.

mulled warm pear clementine drink for fall



9. You want something to make your mouth pop and this recipe does just that.  With the duo of cranberries and apples along with other fruits, it’s the perfect Thanksgiving inspired cranberry apple sangria recipe or a just because recipe.

cranberry apple fall mocktail sangria




10. Enjoy this beautiful blood plum cordial with water, with lemonade, or with sparkling mineral water and a squeeze of lime. Add a little if you want a subtle plum flavor and add more if you want more of that delicious plumminess.  It’s also a great mixer for cocktails. Try it with a little vodka, or even with some gin. It’s also lovely to add a small quantity to a glass of champagne.

11. This Easy Homemade Apple Ginger Cider Recipe with no added sugar will fill your home with aromas of the season: apple, orange, ginger, cinnamon and cloves, while it simmers in your crock pot.

apple ginger cider recipe



12. This Holiday Raspberry Cranberry Spritzer has bits of fresh raspberries and cranberries, with just a touch of sweetness and a hint of tart lemon. This can be made in a Pressure Cooker or on the stove.

13. Warm, spiced beverages are just what one needs on a chilly day. I’m talking spiced punch…cider…glögg. Lingonberry is such a versatile berry, I decided to incorporate it in this delicious Warm Lingonberry Spiced Punch.

14. Most mocktail recipes for kids are super easy to make. This Pumpkin Pie Mocktail Recipe takes under an hour to prep and cook and serves 8-12!

15. This sparkling apple pear mock sangria looks so festive and pretty on its own but has the versatility to add alcohol if you prefer.

sparkling apple pear mocktail



16. I love this idea for a Warm Spiced Cranberry Mocktail with spices that can both get you in the festive mood and warm you through to your toes.

17. This easy caramel apple martini mocktail has fall written all over it. The smooth flavors of caramel mixed with the tartness of apple.

18. Everyone will be loving this Thanksgiving Punch with all of the flavor and none of the alcohol! It has some citrus flavor mixed with fresh cranberries and whole cinnamon sticks!

19. I love how easy this Sangria Mocktail is to make any time of the year! All it takes is grape juice, sparkling water, orange juice and plenty of chopped fruit and you have a festive drink for guests or family at home!

non alcoholic sangria



20. You can have this Apple Spiced Tea mulling all day in the slow cooker with whole cinnamon sticks and other whole spices. The whole house will smell delicious and your guests will have something healthy to drink!



Which one of these autumn mocktails will you try first?

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  • Cathy Kennedy says:

    I'm visiting from "INSPIRE ME MONDAY". I love Mulled Apple Cider (non-alcoholic) at Christmas! For autumn, I often make us Pumpkin Spice Lattes using Divinci coffee syrup topped with Readi Wipp. It's an easy thing to do and so much better than Starbuck's at a fraction of the cost. 😉 Have a great week!

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  • Cathy Kennedy says:

    I'm visiting from "INSPIRE ME MONDAY". I love Mulled Apple Cider (non-alcoholic) at Christmas! For autumn, I often make us Pumpkin Spice Lattes using Divinci coffee syrup topped with Readi Wipp. It's an easy thing to do and so much better than Starbuck's at a fraction of the cost. 😉 Have a great week!

  • Jenny says:

    What a great list of festive autumn drinks! I'm a total pumpkin spice latte fan! Thanks for sharing at Merry Monday

  • Maria | passion fruit, paws and peonies says:

    These look delicious. Great for me and my daughter to enjoy! xx

  • Becky Ellis says:

    Pinned! Looking forward to trying your delicious Autumn mocktails. Thank you for sharing at Fiesta Friday!

  • Helen at the Lazy Gastronome says:

    They all looks so good! The hot cranberry sounds super good - Thanks for sharing at the What's for Dinner party. Hope to see you again at tomorrow's party. Have a great weekend!

  • Amber Ferguson says:

    These look delicious! Thanks so much for sharing at TFT. I am featuring you today at the party1

  • Alli Smith says:

    I'm always on the hunt for a new mocktail and I'm loving all these autumn mocktails. Oh, my, they all look delicious! Which one will I make first? Decisions. Decisions.

  • Tasheena says:

    I love a good mocktail. All of these beverages look so refreshing. I can't wait to give some of them a try.

  • Sarah Bailey says:

    There is absolutely nothing quite like a good mocktail - I wish more places did them! This a great list of delicious items, I now want to try them all.

  • Melissa Chapman says:

    Each one was more appetizing than the next. I have to make one or two of these as the weather starts to change and vegan is perfect for us.

  • Amber Myers says:

    I would enjoy all of these 😉 I'll have to make them and heck, since they are mocktails, my daughter can have some too. My husband might even partake!

  • Jenn @ EngineerMommy says:

    I am all about a good mocktail recipe and I found some good ideas here. I totally need to try a few this weekend. I cannot wait.

  • Chef Dennis says:

    Hmm yum! Loving these Mocktail Recipes! Especially that Mulled Pear Juice. Looks really tasty. Will be perfect for Autumn.

  • Bonnie G says:

    I am definitely making the apple cider asap! Thank you for sharing all of these great Fall recipes.

  • Pam says:

    I don't drink alcohol but I love a nice fancy drink from time to time. So many fun and unique beverages here.

  • Pamela Jessen says:

    Wow!! What an incredible list of Mocktails!! I especially liked the first one, the Autumn Harvest Punch Recipe, along with the Sangria recipe. I love fruity drinks, so these would really do the trick on a brisk Autumn night, or a weekend spent outdoors.

    Thanks for bringing so many great new ideas to the table!

  • Beth says:

    All of these mocktails look so good! We don't normally make cocktails or mocktails, but I'm going to have to try some of these.

  • Terri Steffes says:

    I think the very first one appeals to me, as I really love rosemary. I could just taste that flavor in that cool drink!

  • Ruth I says:

    These are all amazing drinks to try. I personally prefer when it's fruity and juicy. I like your creative ideas about mocktails.

  • Lynndee says:

    All those fall recipes are awesome. I don't think I've ever had an autumn mocktail before, though. I must try one or two of those.

  • Rachel says:

    I bet these smell amazing. I also think that they would add a little class to any fall gathering.

  • Rena says:

    Oh wow, what a great collection! There is definitely something for everyone. The Caramel Apple Martini has me intrigued!

  • Nancy at Whispered Inspirations says:

    Oh wow, these all look so darn good. I am a total autumn girl and these are just giving me life. Bookmarking this, thanks!

  • Tiffany La Forge-Grau says:

    I really want to try all of these! Mocktails are my preferred drink on a night out anyway!

  • Marysa says:

    These all sound so delicious! I would love to try a bunch of these, and serve them at our get togethers. And something the kids can enjoy, without the alcohol 🙂