How to Make a Healthy Raspberry Valentine’s Day Mocktail

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Marty and I generally spend Valentine’s Day at home watching enjoying our favorite movies. We’re homebodies and that’s perfect for us. To make the day a little bit special, we enjoy snacks and a Valentine’s Day mocktail like this Berry Sipper.  It’s a healthy non-alcoholic drink that features raspberries and coconut water.
How to Make a Healthy Raspberry Valentine's Day Mocktail

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Berry Sipper Valentine’s Day Mocktail

Once a month, I get together with a group of other bloggers to remake a pin we find on Pinterest to make it our own. This month, I chose a cocktail recipe I found on Tone It Up. Marty and I don’t drink so the first thing I did was to remove the alcohol. I also didn’t have a coconut water mix or a blood orange. Instead, I used regular coconut water and a normal orange. This is the “remake” of the original and it’s what Marty and I will be enjoying on Valentine’s Day. At the very last minute, I had to substitute raspberries for strawberries since my store was out of strawberries.

You may want to try my Virgin Sangria recipe.

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Berry Sipper Mocktail
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Ingredients

  • 2 cups of fresh raspberries
  • 8 ounces of coconut water
  • juice from one orange
  • 2 cups of ice

Instructions

  1. Place all the ingredients in a blender and pulse until it looks like a slushie.
  2. You can add stevia or agave if you want, but I found it sweet enough as is.
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Healthy Strawberry Valentine's Day Mocktail

If you leave out the sweetener, this Valentine’s Day mocktail qualifies as Paleo so I left it out of ours. Honestly, the raspberries really do make this mocktail recipe sweet enough that I didn’t feel I needed more sweeteners. If you do add sweetener, make sure that you add stevia, agave or honey to keep it natural and healthy. The Ninja Blender really helps crush up the ice and make it smooth. Here are a few more easy Paleo recipes to try.

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12 thoughts on “How to Make a Healthy Raspberry Valentine’s Day Mocktail”

  1. I like the idea of the raspberries and orange juice flavors together.  This would be a great addition to a romantic Valentine's Day dinner!
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  2. This is a totally delicious pinterest remake! Perfect timing too with Valentine's Day just around the corner. The combinations of flavors sounds amazing. Your mocktail is definitely on my "must try" list. 
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