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Healthy Mocktails to Serve at Your Super Bowl Watch Party

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The Super Bowl is just a month away! This means that now is the time for sports bars and restaurant owners to consider what they will serve when people come for a watch party. Building your beverage inventory in advance is important so there are no bad surprises once the game starts. 

We already touched on Super Bowl beer types you need to get. We also discussed the best Super Bowl cocktails to prepare for the watch party. However, we have not talked about healthy options yet. With the increasing number of people who live a healthier lifestyle, it’s important to upgrade your beverage menu.

From vegan drinks, as well as keto and gluten-free beverages to healthy mocktails - serving different options will make your business more successful. The Super Bowl is one of the most popular events of the entire year and hosting a watch party where you serve well-curated drinks will send you way ahead of the competition. 

We know how hard it can be to narrow down options. That’s why we have prepared a comprehensive list of healthy mocktails that you can include in your menu for this year’s Super Bowl. Try them and see for yourself why they are so good!

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Healthy Mocktails for Your Super Bowl Party

A Super Bowl watch party typically gathers a lot of people. Chances are they all have different diets and preferences. That’s why you need to offer diverse football party finger food, as well as drinks. 

For the people who avoid alcohol or are designated drivers and want to have a nice healthy drink, offer any of the cocktails below. They will satisfy the guest’s urge for a delicious drink without compromising their diet.  

Key Takeaway: There are plenty of healthy mocktails you can serve at the Super Bowl watch parties you are hosting this year at your bar or restaurant. Make sure you narrow down some options and add them to the menu before the beginning of the Super Bowl. Consider the food you are going to serve and select mocktails that will pair nicely with your meals and snacks. 

1. Cucumber Mint Cooler

Any drink that includes cucumber is a light and refreshing one. This cooler is a great drink to have along with all the snacks that are typically consumed during the Super Bowl. The great news, however, is that it complements perfectly healthier options, too. 

To make this staple among the healthy mocktails, you need: 

  • 1 cucumber, sliced
  • Fresh mint leaves
  • 1 oz of fresh lime juice
  • 1 tsp of honey or agave syrup
  • Soda water

Muddle cucumber slices with mint leaves and the sweetener you want to use. Agave syrup can be used if you want to make the drink vegan. We recommend you stock up on it because you will likely have plenty of vegan customers. Put the drink into a glass and add ice. Top it off with soda water. You can garnish this mocktail with cucumber slices or twists. 

2. Berry Lemonade Sparkler

Lemonade in general is a great drink for people who want something refreshing but lower on calories and suitable for various diets. The Berry Lemonade Sparkler is among the healthy mocktails for this reason. 

To make this delicious mocktail, you are going to need:

Muddle the berries with the lemon juice. Add the sweetener, too. Maple syrup is a better alternative if you want to satisfy the taste of a large audience. Pour the drink into a glass with ice. Top it off with sparkling water. 

3. Watermelon Basil Refresher

One of the most refreshing healthy mocktails you can make is Watermelon Basil Refresher. This mocktail will be a great drink to serve at your Super Bowl restaurant

The ingredients you are going to need are: 

  • Fresh watermelon chunks
  • Fresh basil leaves
  • 1 oz of fresh lime juice
  • 1 tsp of honey or agave syrup
  • Coconut water

Blend the watermelon chunks with the basil leaves and lime juice. Add the sweetener to the mixture. Then strain everything into a glass full of ice and top it off with the coconut water. 

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4. Mango Ginger Fizz

This mocktail has an interesting flavor profile. That’s thanks to the combination of mango and ginger. It’s good to have something different like this drink because healthy mocktails can be quite boring sometimes. 

To make the Mango Ginger Fizz you are going to need: 

  • Fresh mango chunks
  • Fresh ginger slices
  • 1 oz of fresh lime juice
  • 1 tsp of honey or maple syrup
  • Sparkling water

Mix mango and ginger with lime juice. Put in the sweetener. Strain into a glass with ice. Fill the glass with sparkling water. You can come up with a unique garnish or simply use mint leaves. 

5. Pineapple Coconut Mocktail

Coconut is naturally sweet. If you want to surprise guests with healthy mocktails, try this combination. 

To make this mocktail, you are going to need: 

  • Pineapple juice
  • Coconut water
  • 1 oz of fresh lime juice
  • 1 tsp of agave syrup
  • Fresh pineapple wedge for garnish

Mix everything and serve over ice. Garnish this mocktail with a wedge of pineapple or come up with a different garnish. 

6. Citrus Herb Spritzer

Citruses and herbs are among the healthiest ingredients you can use. That’s why this mocktail needs to be on your beverage menu for the Super Bowl! 

To make a good citrus herb spritzer, you need: 

  • Orange slices
  • Lemon slices
  • Fresh thyme or rosemary
  • 1 oz of fresh lime juice
  • 1 tsp of honey or agave syrup
  • Sparkling water

Muddle the citrus slices with the herbs and the lime juice. Add the sweetener to the mix and then pour it over ice. Pour sparkling water over and garnish with citrus wedges or rounds. 

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Frequently Asked Questions about Healthy Mocktails

Curious to know more about healthy mocktails? Check out the answers to these common questions! The information will surely be helpful to you!

What to Use Instead of Soda in Mocktails?

Sparkling water and club soda are great replacements. Herbal teas can also be used as a base for mocktails. They serve as a refreshing base for drinks without added sugars. When you stick to natural sweeteners you can easily keep the mocktails on the low-calorie side of things. 

Are There Low-Calorie Mocktails?

Many mocktails are naturally low in calories. Especially if you are using fresh fruit juices and herbs. Sparkling water is also an ingredient that makes mocktails low-calorie. Be mindful of sweeteners and choose those with lower calorie content. For people who are really trying to cut down on calories, offer cucumber-based mocktails or ones with fruits that have fewer calories. 

How to Sweeten Mocktails More Healthily?

Use natural sweeteners. They can be honey and agave syrup. Maple syrup is a great option, too. When you use these sweeteners, do it in moderation. 

Alternatively, incorporate the natural sweetness of fresh fruits. You can use berries or citrus. Coconut and coconut water can add to the sweetness, too.

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