This 4-Ingredient Mocktail post has been sponsored by Keurig Dr. Pepper. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
This 4-Ingredient Mocktail recipe can be made three different ways by using your favorite sodas for a bubbly and fun drink for summer entertaining.
4-Ingredient Mocktail Three Ways
This simple and delicious 4-Ingredient Mocktail that can be made three ways is the perfect summer refreshment for kids and adults alike!
The best part about this easy recipe is that it can be customized with your favorite soda.
That’s right, whether you love the lemon-lime tang of 7UP®, the nostalgic flavor of A&W® Root Beer, or the juicy citrus taste of Sunkist® Soda, you can add any one of these bubbly beverages to the recipe …
… although, you may want to try all three!
In addition to soda, the other ingredients on your shopping list will include grenadine, fresh mint, limes, and maraschino cherries.
You can pick up your 6pk 7.5fl oz. mini cans of 7UP, A&W Root Beer, and Sunkist Soda right in the same aisle.
The grenadine is nearby, next to the other mixers, then around the corner in produce is lime and mint!
And don’t forget your other Mocktail must-haves!
You’ll also need fancy glasses, pretty straws, and festive cocktail napkins.
There are tons of cute options in the party and home department that are perfect for serving Insta-worthy beverages.
Make these drinks for family-friendly parties and barbecues when you want to step up your soda game.
And with a few finishing touches, they’ll look as good as they taste!
So, what’s in this 4-ingredient mocktail?
My version includes a splash of grenadine, a squeeze of lime, and a hint of fresh mint.
They’re served over ice and garnished with a spring of mint, a lime wedge, and a maraschino cherry, of course!
Basically, Target is a one-stop shop for everything you need to serve 4-Ingredient Mocktails.
Plus, you can pick up all your other party supplies (and home necessities while you’re at it).
How To Make This Soda Mocktail
With just 4 ingredients, this truly is a quick and refreshing drink to whip up!
Begin by filling your glass about 1/2 to 3/4 full of ice.
Rub the rim of your glass with a fresh mint leaf.
Then, pour in your desired soda flavor: 7UP, A&W Root Beer, or Sunkist® Soda
Next, add in the grenadine (try my homemade grenadine recipe).
Finish the mocktail off with the juice of two lime wedges.
And don’t forget to garnish with more mint, lime wedges, and maraschino cherries for a pretty presentation.
I love easy, crowd-pleasing recipes, but the best part about Soda Mocktails is that everyone can choose their favorite base!
Combine lemon-lime, root beer, or orange soda with grenadine, mint, and lime for a grown-up twist that’s still kid-friendly.
Serve up a tray of these faux cocktails for “fancy” drinks that guests of any age can enjoy. Make it your go-to beverage for hosting get-togethers all summer long!
Looking for more non-alcoholic summer drinks? Try my perfect Root Beer Float recipe!
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- 1 mint leaf
- 7.5 ounces soda (A&W Root Beer, 7UP, or Sunkist® Soda)
- ½ ounce grenadine
- 2 lime wedges lime should be cut into sixths
- Garnishes sprig of mint, maraschino cherry, lime wedge
- Fill a large glass halfway with ice.
- Rub the rim of the glass with a mint leaf.
- Add the soda, grenadine, and juice of two lime wedges and stir with a bar spoon.
- Garnish with mint, lime wedge, and a maraschino cherry.
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Comments & Reviews
I’m only 14 and was looking for something to do with Sunkist and it tastes like Sunkist and sprite mixed I’m not sure about the mint leafs because we didn’t have any but this was an over all 9 out of 10 drink .