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10 Tasty Mocktails That Are Perfect for Dry January

Grapefruit and Rosemary Mocktail

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The rosemary in this mocktail does more than just smell divine. It's also a powerful anti-inflammatory agent that promotes eye health and boosts brain power.

Get the recipe: Grapefruit and Rosemary Mocktail

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Bloody Mary

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Weekend omelets just aren't the same without the right brunch beverage, spice included. The Tabasco sauce might even fire up your metabolism: Studies have shown that capsaicin, a compound found in hot peppers, can help you burn extra calories. (Go low-cal with your no-alcohol drinks and make these healthy brunch recipes to enjoy alongside this Bloody Mary.)

Get the recipe: Bloody Mary

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Fresh Mint Limeade

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Talk about refreshing! Aside from a fresh burst of flavor, the mint in this sip is loaded with antioxidants. And it might just enhance athletic performance.

Get the recipe: Fresh Mint Limeade

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Apple Pie Moscow Mule

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Moscow mules, complete with their signature copper mugs, are on trend right now. Adding apple, though? It's the perfect sweetness to balance the bite from the ginger beer. (On an apple pie everything kick? You'll L-O-V-E this Apple Pie Smoothie Bowl recipe.)

Get the recipe: Apple Pie Moscow Mule

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Ginger Beer Lemonade

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Is there anything more delicious than fresh lemonade? Plus, consuming lemons (when combined with walking more often) can help lower blood pressure.

Get the recipe: Ginger Beer Lemonade

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Thai Iced Coffee

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Trade in your classic cup of java for this sweet treat. Made with strong coffee, this Thai specialty will help you wake up on the right side of the bed. (Get even more tasty twists on iced coffee.)

Get the recipe: Thai Iced Coffee

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Non-Alcoholic Sangria

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Have a fiesta sans alcohol with this fun twist on a Spanish classic.

Get the recipe: Non-Alcoholic Sangria

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Grapefruit Ginger Spritzer

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Perfectly festive and topped with fresh cranberries, this ginger spritzer can also stimulate digestion.

Get the recipe: Grapefruit Ginger Spritzer

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Mint Mojito

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No need to wait for summer to indulge in this refreshing drink. Lime wedges give the classic an extra citrus boost.

Get the recipe: Mint Mojito

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Sparkling Cranberry Kombucha Mocktail

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Kombucha is having a serious moment right now and for good reason. A great source of B vitamins, known to regulate energy and metabolism, the fizzy beverage packs a good-for-you punch.

Get the recipe: Sparkling Cranberry Kombucha Mocktail

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