3 Pretty Mocktail Recipes For Valentine’s Day

3 Valentine’s Day mocktail ideas – something flirty, something spicy, and something sweet. All very pretty.

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I’m back with more festive mocktails! The ones we made for the holidays were so much fun, I knew I had to come up with some options for Valentine’s Day.

People go about V-Day in many different ways. Some of us go full force into romance, while others get a little spicy. And some of us just grab hold of any opportunity to celebrate our true ride-or-dies: our galentines.

You’ll find something here for everyone – something sweet, something spicy, and something more flirty. These mocktails have personality, ok?

Even if you think Valentine’s Day is kind of a sham, these drinks are fun for any occasion. It’s nice to have a pretty drink recipe in your back pocket for hosting friends or a casual at-home date night. Or for the Super Bowl, since that is this weekend too.

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No skill required for these mocktails recipes!

I am no mixologist, so if I can put these concoctions together, so can you! You don’t need a cocktail shaker (I use a jar with a lid), or really any special equipment at all.

The most complicated step out of all of these recipes is making your own jalapeño simple syrup. I know it sounds like more work than you might want, but trust me when I say it’s soo easy. I avoided making my own simple syrups for so long before I realized it’s literally just simmering sugar and water, then adding the flavor you want to infuse.

If you’re still like…nah. Not for me. That’s ok! You can buy whatever you need. No stress here, only fun.

Now, are you ready to unleash your inner mixologist?! Let’s make some pretty Valentine’s Day mocktails!

Rose Gin & Tonic

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A gin and tonic, but make it flirty.

I added rose-infused simple syrup, which you can find on Amazon. But to be honest, I think it’s totally optional! If you leave it out, I would replace it with a plain simple syrup or another sweetener.

Isn’t the shimmer in this drink so mesmerizing?! Can confirm that the edible glitter is 100% worth it, especially if you want to impress your guests with an aesthetic mocktail that requires basically no time or effort.

Rose Gin & Tonic Mocktail

Prep Time5 minutes
Total Time5 minutes
Course: Drinks
Cuisine: American
Keyword: mocktail, non-alcoholic, drink, holiday party, glitter, sparkly drink, galentine, gin
Servings: 2

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  • Prepare 2 glasses with ice (if preferred)
  • Combine NA gin, simple syrup, and ice in a cocktail shaker or jar with a lid. Shake to combine.
  • Add edible glitter to jar and stir.
  • Pour into glasses and top with tonic water. Admire the glitter swirl, and serve!

Spicy Blood Orange Margarita Mocktail

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I love a spicy marg, no matter the occasion. I used blood orange juice to make life easier, but you can absolutely use the deep red juice from fresh blood oranges – they’re in season in a lot of areas right now!

I love the tart orange flavor combined with a little lime juice, plus then the spice from the jalapeño simple syrup. YUM.

I left the jalapeños in the syrup while it chilled in the fridge and whew, it definitely had a kick! But in a good way. Feel free to take them out after the syrup thickens if you want to keep this more mild.

This pretty mocktail recipe mocktail is perfect for Galentine’s Day or maybe a Valentine’s Day double date. I can also see myself sipping on this poolside.

It makes a decent size batch (and is easy to double), AND looks so beautiful in a carafe. I just got the iridescent set in the picture above and I cannot wait to serve this for our friends!

Spicy Blood Orange Margarita Mocktail

Prep Time10 minutes
Total Time10 minutes
Course: Drinks
Keyword: mocktail, non-alcoholic, margarita, tequila, spicy, blood orange


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Jalapeño Simple Syrup

  • 1/2 jalapeño sliced
  • 1 cup water
  • 1 cup granulated sugar


  • 8 oz blood orange juice
  • 6 oz non-alcoholic tequila I like Ritual Zero Proof
  • 1 lime
  • ice
  • 1 blood orange sliced, for garnish
  • 1/2 jalapeño sliced, for garnish
  • 1 tbsp Tajín or salt, for rim


Jalapeño Simple Syrup

  • Combine sugar, water, and sliced jalapeño in a small saucepan over medium high-heat. Stir while bringing to a boil, and then reduce heat to simmer. Continue to simmer for 3-4 minutes, and then remove from heat.
  • Let the syrup cool to room temp. It should thicken as it cools. Then transfer to a bottle or container (strain if you like) and refrigerate.


  • In a carafe, combine blood orange juice, non-alcoholic tequila, juice of one lime, and 1 oz jalapeño simple syrup.
  • Add ice, extra jalapeño slices and blood orange slices (if desired).
  • Prepare glasses by running a lime wedge along the rim of each glass, and then gently roll into Tajín on a plate or shallow bowl.
  • Pour your Spicy Blood Orange Margarita Mocktail into the prepared glasses and serve!

White Chocolate Martini Mocktail

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This is the perfect dessert drink for Valentine’s Day. Or any time really…just switch out the sprinkles for the occasion!

Alcoholic chocolate martinis use chocolate liqueur for flavor. For this recipe, you just slowly heat white chocolate in your milk of choice to make the base. After it chills, just add non-alcoholic gin and serve in some pretty glasses!

White Chocolate Martini Mocktail

A sweet, dessert-like mocktail for Valentine's Day
Prep Time5 minutes
Cook Time5 minutes
Chill Time2 hours
Total Time2 hours 10 minutes
Course: Dessert, Drinks
Cuisine: American
Keyword: dessert, mocktail, martini, white chocolate
Servings: 2


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  • 1 cup white chocolate chips, divided
  • 2 cups milk any kind
  • pinch salt
  • sprinkles for rim of glasses (optional)
  • 4 oz non-alcoholic gin I like Ritual Zero Proof or Nkd Ldy


  • Sit 2 Tbsp of white chocolate chips aside.
    In a saucepan over medium heat, combine the remaining chocolate chips and milk, whisking constantly until the mixture reaches a simmer. Remove from heat, add salt, and continue to whisk until the chocolate is melted and everything is combined.
  • Pour white chocolate mixture into a heatproof bowl or jar and refrigerate for 2 hours.
  • Meanwhile, melt 2 Tbsp white chocolate chips in a shallow bowl or plate. Carefully roll the rim of your glasses in the white chocolate. Then, roll the rim in some sprinkles. Set glasses aside.
  • Once white chocolate mixture is chilled, pour into a cocktail shaker (or use the jar you chilled it in) and add the non-alcoholic gin. Shake to combine.
  • Carefully pour your White Chocolate Martini Mocktail into the prepared glasses, top with sprinkles if desired, and serve immediately.

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Which Valentine’s Day mocktail is calling your name?

Are you feeling flirty, spicy, or sweet? Let me know in the comments!

If you’re extending Dry January, interested in embarking on a sober curious journey, or just love a good mocktail, check out my non-alcoholic drink reviews!

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