Welcome spring with this Carrot Patch Mocktail! A fresh non-alcoholic drink made with carrot and citrus. Perfect for Easter!
Why You Will Love This Recipe
Just a few simple ingredients are needed to make this fun spring cocktail!
The bright orange color from carrot juice makes this just perfect to serve up for Easter Sunday.
This unique carrot drink recipe tastes of fresh and bright flavors with a hint of sweetness.
Everyone at your Easter dinner or Easter brunch will love it!
These are the ingredients you need to make this carrot drink:
- Carrot Juice
- Orange Juice
- Lemon Lime Soda
See the Modifications and Substitutions section below for some notes on alternative flavor options!
This is the equipment you need to make this Easter drink recipe:
- Jigger (or measuring spoons)
- Mixing Glass
- Serving Glass
You can build this directly in your serving glass, but your mixer ratio might be off. So I recommend making the juice mixture in a mixing glass and then pouring each serving.
In a mixing glass, combine the carrot and orange juices.
Fill your serving glasses with ice.
Pour the juice mixture into the serving glasses about half way up.
Top off the remaining space in the glass with your soda.
Garnish as desired.
Modifications and Substitutions
If you love ginger, using a ginger beer or ginger ale is a great substitution to make a carrot ginger mocktail! But since kids are typically not a fan, we went the route of lemon lime soda here.
Another great option is to use club soda for less sugar but still getting your bubbles!
Want to make a similar alcoholic version? Head over to our sister blog Olive Tavern for our Bunny Tonic Cocktail!
The exact amount of soda that you use will vary with how full the glass already is. To get a better ratio, combine the orange and carrot juices in a mixing glass and only add it about half way up in a serving glass, and then top off with the soda, regardless if a little juice is still left in your mixing glass.
This makes a great large batch drink! Just combine the juices in a larger container like a pitcher or large mason jar. Don’t top off with soda until serving each one so that it does not go flat!
Carrot juice is very nutritious with lots of vitamins.
No! Mocktails are a great way to combine unique juices, fruits, and other flavors together to make something fun and exciting.
Mocktails are great for enjoying a delicious drink when you are looking to skip the alcohol.
They are also wonderful for kids to have something special!
- Jigger or measuring spoons
- Mixing Glass
- Serving Glass
- 2 ounces carrot juice (1/4 cup, 4 Tablespoons)
- 1 ounce orange juice (2 Tablespoons)
- 3 ounces lemon lime soda more or less as desired
- carrot to garnish, as desired
- orange to garnish, as desired
- Combine the carrot and orange juices in a mixing glass.2 ounces carrot juice, 1 ounce orange juice
- Fill your serving glass with ice.
- Fill the serving glass half way up with the juice mixture.
- Top off the serving glass with the soda.3 ounces lemon lime soda
- Garnish as desired with orange and/or carrot and serve.carrot, orange
- 2 cups carrot juice
- 1 cup orange juice
- 3 cups soda (more or less as desired) (about 2 cans)