3 Sweet and Simple Summer Mocktails

Mocktails are a great alternative drink because they’re refreshing and don’t leave you with a hangover the next day. As I’ve shared before, kombucha is full of health benefits, like aiding in digestion, strengthening the immune system, and keeping your gut healthy with probiotics. I have found ginger kombucha to be a great base for mocktails because you add just about anything to it, and it will taste great!

Here are three mocktails I created with fruits that are great to eat during the ovulation phase of your menstrual cycle. To learn more about which foods are good to eat during each phase, check out this chart by The Glowing Fridge. I also highly recommend reading her book The Happy Hormone Guide. Below are the recipes for each drink. Give them a try, and let me know which one is your favorite. Cheers!

Cool Kiwi Refresher

  • 1 16 ounce bottle of GT’s Gingerade Kombucha
  • Honey
  • 1 kiwi

Pour 1/3 of the GT’s Gingerade Kombucha bottle into a glass. Juice half a kiwi into the kombucha. Next, stir in 1 teaspoon of honey. Garnish with a slice of kiwi.

Sparkling Cantaloupe Spritzer

  • 1 16 ounce bottle of GT’s Gingerade Kombucha
  • Mint
  • Cantaloupe

Pour 1/3 of the GT’s Gingerade Kombucha bottle into a glass. Juice a couple slices of cantaloupe into the kombucha. Add some mint. Garnish with a slice of lime.

Mango Madness Mocktail

  • 1 16 ounce bottle of GT’s Gingerade Kombucha
  • Mango
  • Blackberries

Pour 1/3 of the GT’s Gingerade Kombucha bottle into a glass. Juice a few slices of cantaloupe into the kombucha. Add blackberries. Garnish with mango.

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