This Orange Juice Mocktail recipe is an easy way to transform a simple brunch into a fun and spectacular meal. Serve this stunning and simple non-alcoholic brunch drink to kids and adults alike.
Wake up and set the brunch table with this Good Morning Sunburst Mocktail! This simple orange juice mocktail with grenadine and rosemary is made for when you have something to celebrate, or even nothing at all.
With this recipe, it’s easy to turn regular orange juice into a beautiful mocktail to give yourself a bright start to the day.
I love non-alcoholic brunch drinks because it’s enjoyable for the entire family. It can transform a simple breakfast into a spectacular and memorable meal.
You’ll love this easy mocktail recipe
To give you a few reasons why you need to jump on the brunch mocktail boat if you haven’t yet already:
– You can be a kid again with a mocktail.
– Any actual children at the brunch table will enjoy this impressive mocktail.
– If you are holding a brunch mocktail in your hand, you have the power to make a toast to anything and everything, including all the simple things in life (like waking up in time for brunch).
– Brunch mocktails make breakfasts feel like special occasions, even if you’re just eating porridge.
– You feel like a rockstar because everyone else is just drinking regular orange juice, and you’ve turned yours into a mocktail.
This Orange Juice Mocktail will brighten up any brunch table
I recently got my hands on this little peapod mould, which makes round ice balls. It is quite possibly the cutest thing I’ve seen in a while, and I can’t seem to put it down. I’ve been making so many ice cubes, and I think I’m actually addicted to popping the sphere ice cubes out of the peapod! Strange thing I know, but it’s just so satisfying when you can pinch the ice cubes right out of the peapod.
You don’t need one of these peapod ice cube makers to make this orange juice mocktail, but if you ever needed an excuse to go buy this little cute peapod ice cube maker, I’m giving you your excuse now. The sphere ice cubes give this brunch mocktail a distinctive look and are just plain fun.
This non-alcoholic brunch drink is refreshing, beautiful and easy to make
But either way, with or without sphere ice cubes, this orange juice mocktail is incredibly easy to make and delicious. It is beautiful to serve at a breakfast or brunch gathering, but also simple enough to make at home for yourself on a regular basis.
I normally enjoy this recipe as a mocktail, but to make this mocktail into a brunch cocktail, I’d suggest a touch of gin. The botanical notes of the gin enhance the piney rosemary taste, and the flavors blend together into a bright cocktail.
Turn this orange juice mocktail into a cocktail with some vanilla infused gin
If you have time to plan ahead (or can keep this recipe in mind for a future brunch event), infuse some vanilla pods in gin and use that to give this brunch drink some extra flavor.
Cheers to you and your breakfast with this Good Morning Sunburst Orange Juice Mocktail! Have fun making sunshine ice balls, and if you are so keen, you can even pick up a specially made ice tongs.
Good Morning Sunburst - an Orange Juice Mocktail
This Good Morning Sunburst - an Orange Juice Mocktail with grenadine and rosemary is the perfect way to spruce up any breakfast or brunch table.
- 1/2 cup orange juice (approx) (120 milliliters) - frozen into ice cube spheres
- 8 ounces sparking water (240 milliliters)
- 1 splash grenadine syrup
- 1 splash vanilla syrup (optional)
- 1 sprig rosemary
Place two orange juice ice cube spheres into a 12 ounce glass.
Add in sparking water. Slowly pour in the grenadine syrup. If you would like, slowly pour in the vanilla syrup.
Serve with a sprig of rosemary and a straw.
You can also make this recipe with orange juice frozen into normal ice cubes. Depending on the size of your ice cube tray, use about 4-6 ice cubes per drink.