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Make your own mocktails with our fun and fruity recipe

Forget sunshine holidays and golden beaches – it’s easier than you think to make your own mocktails at home.  

This quick and simple recipe offers a refreshing alternative to alcohol and is bursting with flavours that are already waiting in your fridge.  

You can even get the little ones involved whilst you make it. It’s a great way to get children creative in the kitchen – and is guaranteed to make fruit fun!  

And the best bit? This low-calorie drink is delicious and healthy. 

So bring out your curly straws and mini umbrellas. It’s time to get fruity… 


This recipe serves 1 but can be prepared in a batch. 



  • 1 thick slice of cucumber 
  • 1 sprig of fresh mint 
  • A handful of fresh or frozen red berries 
  • 120ml of sugar-free or diet lemonade 
  • A few cubes of ice 


Optional toppings: 

Double up with extra fresh or frozen berries and cucumber slices, or try something new with a wedge of citrus. 



  1. Chop the cucumber into thick slices and cut the mint leaves into small pieces  
  1. Bring 200ml of water to the boil in a saucepan, then drop in the cucumber and mint 
  1. Turn off the heat and leave for 2 minutes – then add a handful of frozen berries  
  1. Once the berries have defrosted, crush them slightly with a spoon and strain the mixture into a bowl 
  1. Pour 40ml of the berry mix into a tall glass, then drop in some ice and top up with 120ml of lemonade 
  1. Garnish, give it a stir and enjoy!  


Nutritional info: 

  • Energy 28kcal  
  • Fat 0g  
  • Saturated fat 0g  
  • Sugar 7g  
  • Salt 0.02g  

Fill up the glasses around the dinner table or find a quiet moment for yourself at the end of the day. Then just sit back, relax and enjoy our healthy take on a classic summer drink.  

Why not check out our recipes for the perfect meal to drink it with?