15 Tastiest Non-Alcoholic Drinks For Easter Brunch

Easter brunch is one of the busiest restaurant days of the year. I know this because I used to work at First Watch. And if you’ve been to a First Watch, you get it. I wonder if they still have the Chicki-changa on the menu?

I’m also a huge fan of hosting Easter brunch. It’s the only day of the year when I go all out in the kitchen. Yes, I’m including all the winter holidays. Hollandaise, anyone? (I like to up the lemon juice in this recipe but you do you).

So if you’re like me and can’t wait to serve up your fave non-alcoholic drinks for Easter brunch we’ve got you covered.

1. Easter Brunch Punch

easter brunch punch

Easter Brunch Punch

Rhubarb is used to produce a gorgeous pink homemade simple syrup for this Easter brunch punch recipe; store-bought strawberry lemonade balances the sweet-tart flavor of the rhubarb and creates a pretty-in-pink, non-alcoholic punch.


  • 1 52-ounce bottle refrigerated strawberry lemonade
  • 1 pound fresh or frozen rhubarb trimmed and cut into large chunks
  • 1 cup granulated sugar
  • 1 1-liter bottle club soda chilled
  • Strawberries, mint sprigs, and lemon slices for garnish


  • Freeze about ⅓ to ½ of the strawberry lemonade in one large or several small Bundt pans the night before you want to serve the punch. This method keeps the punch from becoming too thin and creates an extra-beautiful presentation. If you would like not to, then reserve all of the strawberry lemonade for step 3 and serve the punch over ordinary ice in a bucket.
  • In a medium saucepan, stir together the rhubarb, sugar, and two cups of water. Simmer for ten to fifteen minutes or until rhubarb is totally tender. When ready to use, let cool, drain, and refrigerate. If preferred, the simple syrup can be prepared and refrigerated overnight.
  • Mix the remaining strawberry lemonade, club soda, and approximately half of the rhubarb simple syrup in a punch bowl right before serving. If you think it needs more syrup, just add to taste.
  • Add the ice rings with strawberry lemonade to the punch bowl.
  • Add lemon slices, strawberries, and mint sprigs as garnish.
Keyword Easter Brunch Punch, Easter Punch

2. Green Rabbit Easter Mocktail

Easter is typically a season filled with family get-togethers, brunches, lunches, and dinners. With this Green Rabbit Easter Mocktail, you can treat yourself to a refreshing beverage that is entirely alcohol-free and allows you to fully enjoy the flavors of cucumber, carrot, and herbs.


  • 10mL Seedlip Garden
  • 10 grams of carrot greens (leaves only)
  • 1cL lemon juice
  • 20 grams agave syrup
  • 350mL tonic water
  • 2 cucumber slices
  • 1 carrot (peeled and halved)
  • 2 carrot green stems


  1. Blend Seedlip Garden, agave syrup, lemon juice, and carrot greens until the mixture turns green. 
  2. Put everything through a fine sieve and chill until it’s time to serve.
  3. For serving, place a slice of cucumber in two glasses, then top with ice cubes and the green mocktail mixture. 
  4. After adding tonic water, decorate each with a half-carrot and carrot greens.

3. Chocolate Mocktail

I know everyone will first think of a hot chocolate drink for Easter, but why don’t we mix things up a bit and create a non-alcoholic Chocolate Mocktail that’s also perfect for kids? This is an easy-to-make, delicious, three-ingredient mocktail recipe made with condensed milk.


For the rim:

  • 1-2 tablespoons melting chocolate of your choice

For the mocktail:

  • 125mL milk of your choice
  • 30mL sweetened condensed milk
  • .5 tablespoon cocoa powder
  • 1 teaspoon flaked chocolate for garnish optional
  • 1 Easter egg for garnish optional


For the rim:

  1. Melt the chocolate in the microwave for 30 to 60 seconds.
  2. Swirl the chocolate over the glass’s rim. If it’s not quite even, don’t worry—it will taste the same!
  3. Keep frozen until you’re ready to serve.

For the mocktail:

  1. Mix all items in a blender until well blended.
  2. Transfer into a glass and decorate with chocolate flakes and an Easter egg.

4. Ambrosia Party Punch

ambrosia party punch

Another party punch on this list because you can’t have too many options, right? A big-batch punch is perfect for holidays and family gatherings. Pair this sparkling Ambrosia Party Punch with your favorite appetizers!


  • 4 cups orange juice
  • 3 cups chilled coconut water
  • 1 ¼ cups chilled pineapple juice
  • ¼ cup syrup from maraschino cherries (from 1 [10-ounce] jar), plus cherries for garnish
  • 1 small lemon, thinly sliced crosswise
  • 1 small orange, thinly sliced crosswise
  • Fresh mint leaves
  • 1 (750-milliliter) bottle chilled sparkling rosé or 3 (11 ½-ounce) cans sparkling-lemon beverage


  1. In a punch bowl or big pitcher, stir together orange juice, pineapple juice, coconut water, and syrup. Add orange and lemon slices, cherries, and mint leaves as garnish.
  2. Fill each cup with about ¾ full of punch, then top with about ¼ full of sparkling rosé or sparkling lemonade.

5. Keto Sangria Mocktail

keto sangria

Approximately 20g of carbs, or 15g of sugar, are found in a typical glass of red sangria. Thus, it’s not the best for a keto diet. So, if you LOVE sangria, this Keto Sangria mocktail recipe is for you.

This fruity drink is perfect for the whole family because it simulates the flavors with a lot less carbohydrates and no alcohol. It’s like a fruit punch!


  • ¾ cup water
  • 1 tablespoon tart cherry juice
  • 10 drops stevia
  • 1 slice orange
  • ¼ plum sliced
  • 4 blackberries
  • ½ cup ice
  • 1 cherry


  1. Fill a glass with water, tart cherry juice, and liquid stevia; whisk to mix.
  2. Add the orange slice, blackberries, plum slices, and ice.
  3. Serve right away after adding the cherry.

6. Lyre’s Clover Club

The Clover Club is a classic. The mix of egg whites, raspberry syrup, and fresh raspberries, along with Lyre’s Dry London Spirit, solidifies its status as the perfect non-alcoholic Easter mocktail. 


  • 60mL Lyre’s Dry London Spirit
  • 10mL premium raspberry syrup
  • 30mL lemon juice
  • 10mL egg whites
  • 5mL white sugar syrup (1:1)
  • 4 fresh raspberries


  1. Shake dry, add ice, shake vigorously for a short while, then fine strain.

7. Homemade Lavender Lemonade

One way to spice up a homemade lemonade recipe is with lavender. It tastes wonderfully fragrant. But don’t use too much lavender, okay? It can make your drink taste like soap!


  • 1 small handful freshly picked and rinsed lavender flowers, or 1 tablespoon dried lavender flowers
  • 1 cup sugar
  • 2 cups boiling water
  • 1 ½ cups freshly squeezed lemon juice
  • 2 cups cold water, plus more as needed
  • Ice
  • Thinly sliced lemons and a few lavender sprigs for garnish


  1. The dried lavender should be placed in a medium bowl.
  2. After you’ve poured the sugar over the flowers, carefully rub the sugar into the blossoms with your fingertips. 
  3. Once the two cups of boiling water have been added to the lavender sugar, stir it with a spoon until it melts. Shut the lid and allow it to steep for half an hour (or more).
  4. Pour the simple syrup infused with lavender into a pitcher or serving carafe after straining.
  5. Add the lemon juice and stir. Pour in two more cups of cold water. Adjust for tartness after tasting. If it is excessively sweet, squeeze in extra lemon juice. If it is too tart, stir with extra sugar. To achieve the appropriate level of concentration, add ice and additional water. Keep in mind that the ice will ultimately melt and further dilute the beverage.
  6. Garnish the serving pitcher with a few sprigs of lavender and thinly sliced lemons, if preferred.

8. Ginger-Orange Mocktails

Whether you’re planning a cocktail party or hosting Easter brunch, having non-alcoholic drink options is always convenient. Ginger-Orange Mocktails go well with or without alcohol. This citrus mixture can be made in advance and served in a punch bowl or pitcher.


  • 5 cups freshly squeezed orange or satsuma juice (from 7 oranges), plus orange slices for serving
  • 3 cups pineapple juice, chilled
  • ½ teaspoon orange bitters, such as Angostura
  • 3 (12-ounce) bottles ginger beer, chilled


  1. Fill a pitcher or punch bowl with orange juice, pineapple juice, and bitters. 
  2. Pour ginger beer on top. 
  3. Add ice and serve.
  4. Add some orange slices as a garnish.

9. Peaches and Cream Punch

peaches and cream punch

Peaches and Cream Punch is ideal for Easter brunch, lunch, or afternoon tea—not to mention for any young men or women who may be in attendance. A combination of vanilla ice cream, frozen peaches, and Sprite makes this the perfect indulgent Easter dessert. Taste test first before you judge!


  • 2 liter Sprite
  • 64 ounces peach juice
  • ½  of a 48-ounce container of vanilla ice cream
  • 1 16-ounce bag of frozen peach slices


  1. Combine the peach juice and Sprite in a big punch bowl.
  2. Gently mix a few times after adding half of a tub of ice cream.
  3. Add the frozen peaches.
  4. If desired, place peach slices on top of glasses.
  5. Serve and enjoy!

10. Cucumber-Honeydew Cooler

Cucumber and honeydew combine to create a refreshing, not-too-sweet beverage with their mellow flavor and fragrant perfume. I’d say this is a healthy beverage that is suitable for all ages at an Easter brunch.


  • ¼ English cucumber (peeled and cut into 1-inch pieces)
  • ½ cup diced honeydew
  • Ice
  • Cucumber peel


  1. In a blender, puree the cucumber and honeydew until smooth. Strain and chill.
  2. Transfer into a shaker and add ice. 
  3. Pour into a martini glass and add a cucumber peel as a garnish.

11. Homemade Cherry Limeade

Having a cold glass of Homemade Cherry Limeade will always be refreshing. This easy recipe only involves fresh frozen cherries, limes, water, and sugar (or honey).


  • 3 cups of cherries pitted (can be fresh or frozen)
  • 2 limes quartered (peel on – pith removed)
  • 6 cups water
  • ½ – ¾ cups of sugar (you can also use honey or your favorite sweetener)
  • Ice
  • Garnish: Cherries and lime slices


  1. Combine cherries and limes with sugar and two cups of water in a blender. 
  2. If you want it really cold, you may also add some ice.

12. Strawberry-Mint Tea

A large batch of this herbal tea is ideal for a special occasion and gathering. Neither tea leaves nor dried herbs are used in this recipe. 

Although spearmint is called for in the recipe, any kind of mint will do; thus, make use of whatever mint is overflowing (or growing) in your garden. I suggest slapping each mint sprig in the palm of your hand to release the volatile oils from the herb, which adds an extra flavor to the drink, before adding the mint to the fruit mixture. 


  • 2 cups fresh strawberries, hulled and roughly chopped
  • 1 cup granulated sugar
  • 8 peppermint sprigs
  • 6 cups chilled sparkling water
  • 8 whole fresh strawberries with tops


  1. In a small saucepan, combine the strawberries and sugar; muddle with a wooden spoon. Stirring occasionally, cook the mixture over low heat for approximately 5 minutes or until sugar dissolves.
  2. Remove from heat and stir in the peppermint sprigs with the strawberry mixture. Allow to cool for fifteen minutes or until room temperature.
  3. Scrape the peppermint sprigs out of the strawberry mixture. Transfer the mixture into a half-gallon pitcher using a fine mesh sieve. Add sparkling water and stir.
  4. Put ice in six highball glasses, then evenly pour the strawberry mixture into each glass. Cut a little incision in every whole strawberry, then place one strawberry on the rim of each glass.

13. Vanilla-Rosemary Lemonade

Elevate your mint and rosemary lemonade with vanilla seeds. This is a fantastic, homemade lemonade recipe that you can offer to all of your family members at special gatherings. They might start asking for this all the time!


  • 8 large lemons, washed and sliced into ½-inch slices
  • 1 cup Sucanat Natural sugar or granulated sugar
  • 10 sprigs of fresh mint
  • 2 sprigs of fresh rosemary (and more as a garnish)
  • ½ vanilla bean scraped seeds (or 2 teaspoons of vanilla extract)
  • 8 cups of cold water
  • ice


  1. Line a bowl with a medium-mesh sieve. Place it aside.
  2. After scraping the vanilla seeds, transfer them to a small basin. Keep the vanilla pod in place.
  3. Put the sugar, mint, rosemary, vanilla seeds, lemon segments, and pod in the strainer.
  4. Gently massage the lemons with your clean hands to (1) release their juices and (2) combine everything. 
  5. After covering it with plastic stretch film, place it in the refrigerator for at least three to four hours or overnight. 
  6. In the morning, massage the lemons to extract all of their juices using clean hands once more. Remove the solids with a strainer. 
  7. Eight cups of cold water should be stirred into a large pitcher (or container) filled with concentrated lemon juice. 
  8. Transfer the mixture into ice-filled mason jars and top with freshly chopped rosemary.

14. Pineapple-Sweet Tea Punch

pineapple sweet tea punch

Even though a simple pitcher of iced tea is satisfying on its own, this Pineapple-Sweet Tea Punch is even better. This drink is created with iced black tea and sweetened with a simple syrup made from pineapple juice (you can make your own if you have a juicer, or canned is good). 

Together with pineapple, fresh lime juice provides a nice dose of acidity to counterbalance the sweetness and adds delightful tropical undertones to this iced tea.


  • 1 cup pineapple juice
  • ½ cup granulated sugar
  • 2 ½ cups chilled unsweetened ice tea
  • 1 tablespoon fresh lime juice (from 1 lime)
  • 4 pineapple wedges, for garnish


  1. Heat the granulated sugar and pineapple juice in a small saucepan until they boil over medium-high heat. Boil, uncovered, for 12 to 16 minutes, or until mixture reduces to ½ cup and thickens to a syrup. Turn off the heat and give it a full 20 minutes to cool down.
  2. In a small pitcher, stir together chilled pineapple syrup, fresh lime juice (from 1 lime), and chilled unsweetened iced tea. 
  3. Evenly pour into four glasses filled with ice, and top each with a wedge of pineapple.

15. Virgin Banana Daiquiris

virgin banana daiquiri for non-alcoholic drinks for easter

Your favorite frozen tropical drink, created in a blender with just three actual ingredients and without the alcohol! These healthy Virgin Banana Daiquiris are sugar-free, vegan, and gluten-free, so even the kids can enjoy them!


  • 2 medium-sized ripe bananas (cut in chunks)
  • 2 teaspoons lime juice
  • 1 teaspoon rum extract
  • ½ cup cold water
  • 6 large ice cubes


  1. Put everything in a blender and process until completely smooth.
  2. Transfer into two glasses and garnish with a lime slice and/or whipped cream.

Try The Best Easter Drinks That Are Non-Alcoholic 

The non-alcoholic drinks for Easter listed here offer something for everyone to enjoy, whether they’re abstaining from alcohol, prefer lighter beverages, or simply want to try something new and flavorful. They add to the festive atmosphere of Easter gatherings while ensuring that all guests feel welcome and included.

Aside from being non-alcoholic, these Easter drinks are also refreshing and can be customized according to your preferences. You can try recreating these as well for sober Thanksgiving and summer BBQs.

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Non-Alcoholic Drinks For Easter FAQs

Do people drink during Easter?

Yes, some people do choose to consume alcoholic beverages during Easter celebrations, especially during meals or gatherings with family and friends. However, not everyone drinks alcohol during Easter, and many choose to enjoy non-alcoholic beverages instead.

What should you drink on Easter Sunday?

The choice of beverage on Easter Sunday depends on personal preferences and cultural traditions. Some popular options include sparkling wines, champagne, cocktails, fruit punches, non-alcoholic mocktails, iced tea, lemonade, or simply water. The key is to choose beverages that complement the meal and suit the tastes of those celebrating.

What’s a healthy, non-alcoholic drink for Easter?

There are a lot of healthy, non-alcoholic drinks for Easter, but one drink we can suggest is the Green Rabbit Easter Mocktail listed among the recipes above. This beverage is entirely alcohol-free and allows you to fully enjoy the flavors of cucumber, carrot, and herbs.

What wine do people drink on Easter?

The choice of wine for Easter varies depending on individual preferences, regional customs, and the type of meal being served. If you want to be sober and healthy during this special occasion, you can try the Keto Sangria mocktail recipe above. This fruity drink is perfect for the whole family because it simulates the flavors with a lot less carbohydrates and no alcohol.