Treat yourself to a nojito- a non-alcoholic mojito! Use agave or make this sugar-free as well. Nojitos are a great alternative to lemonade in the summer and perfect for pregnant or nursing moms too. It’s always a good idea to have a quality mocktail on hand.
If you follow along with In Katrina’s Kitchen on Instagram you saw that I had the chance to go on a 7 day Eastern Caribbean Cruise on the Regal Princess. It was a wonderfully relaxing press trip and I cannot wait to tell you more about it. I tried not to Instagram ALL THE THINGS but man, everything is so so gorgeous down there!
My husband and I enjoyed a nojito (or three!) every afternoon so I knew I wanted to recreate them at home. Personally I love virgin cocktails so I can save calories for a delicious glass of wine (or three!) with dinner. With lots of fresh mint, lemon, and lime you’ll never miss the rum. Good seltzer water and a splash of agave (or sugar) takes these right over the top.
Try swapping out lemonade for nojitos this summer when your mint crop is abundant. I know my husband and I will be sipping on these and day dreaming about our time in the Caribbean! That is, until I get hit in the face with a soccer ball or when my little guy hands me a jar full of bugs.
Yield: 2 glasses
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes
Treat yourself to a nojito- a non-alcoholic mojito! Use agave to make this sugar-free as well. Nojitos are a great alternative to lemonade and perfect for pregnant or nursing moms too.
- 10-12 fresh mint sprigs
- 1 lime
- 1 Tablespoon agave (or sugar)
- 12 oz sparkling water (such as Perrier or La Croix Lime)
- lemon and lime slices (optional)
- In a cocktail shaker muddle the mint with juice of 1 lime, agave, and a handful of crushed ice.
- Pour into 2 tall glasses over more ice. Add sparkling water.
- Garnish with lemon and lime slices.
Original recipe and images © In Katrina's Kitchen
This post has been sponsored by Princess Cruises. I’m so happy to be able to work with companies I love and believe in. All opinions are my own.