Slideshow: 11 Alcohol-Free Drink Recipes for January

Lean Green Smoothie
Lean Green Smoothie

Mango and ginger add a tropical twist to this arugula smoothie; you can use spinach if you prefer your green juice less peppery.

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[Photo: Carolyn Cope]

Kumquat and Fennel Smash from Craft
Kumquat and Fennel Smash from Craft
There's no reason a 'mocktail' can't have complex flavor—this one balances sweet orange juice (freshly squeezed) with tart kumquats, lemon juice, savory fennel, and bitter tonic water.

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[Photo: Robyn Lee]

Fizzy Ginger Lemonade
Fizzy Ginger Lemonade
Fresh lemonade is just as lovely in winter as it is in summer—and we could all use the extra splash of Vitamin C. This version is spiced up with fresh ginger and lightened with soda water.

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[Photo: Dave Katz]

Hawksworth's Blue Lavender
Hawksworth's Blue Lavender
This purple cocktail makes a pretty addition to a winter brunch—the base is blueberry juice and an easy lavender syrup, plus tart lemon juice.

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[Photo: Melody Fury]

Mellow Cranberry Smoothie
Mellow Cranberry Smoothie
A frozen banana adds creamy texture to this tart cran-orange smoothie.

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[Photo: Carolyn Cope]

Root for Mint
Root for Mint

You might have tried carrot juice before, but what about parsnips? Their sweet flavor is just the thing to complement fresh mint in this kale juice blend.

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[Photo: Robyn Lee]

Sparkling Apple Tea
Sparkling Apple Tea
This non-alcoholic sparkling punch has complex flavor from sparkling apple cider and black tea steeped with cinnamon sticks. Serve it in Champagne flutes if you want to get extra-fancy.

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[Photo: Chris Ormsby]

The Kale Mary
The Kale Mary

This alcohol-free Bloody Mary variation uses kale leaves and sweet grape or cherry tomatoes. A little soy sauce and horseradish adds savory flavor.

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[Photo: Robyn Lee]

Plum Shrub Ginger Soda
Plum Shrub Ginger Soda
Shrubs are all the rage in cocktails these days, but that doesn't mean you can't use them in a booze-free drink. This tart cider-vinegar and plum version is delicious in a highball with ginger ale.

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[Photo: Christianne Winthrop]