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Dive into these refreshing Celery Pineapple Detox Mocktails. Made with a blend of crisp celery, hydrating coconut water, tropical pineapple juice, a zing of lime, and a subtle infusion of fresh thyme, this healthy mocktail is your ideal companion for brunch or dinner. Enjoy the goodness sip by sip as you unwind and treat yourself to a non-alcoholic beverage that's both delicious and nourishing. Alcoholic + Vegan option.
When it comes to any kind of detox drink from juices + health shots + teas and mocktails---I'm always excited to share with you guys-- While I don't detox often, it's definitely one of the best things to do to ensure that you help aid your body in its daily replenishment process.
Yes--- sipping on detox ingredients through a smoothie or juice is enjoyable, the real fun kicks in with a mocktail—perfect for gatherings and parties, offering a healthier option. If you're into adding a splash of healthiness to your days, do give my Citrus Ginger Pear Detox Infused Water and Detox Green Tea Shot Recipe a try too!
This Celery Pineapple Detox Mocktail is a great-tasting mocktail that has a nice hint of sweetness + can be fancy when you fill your glass(es) with tons of garnish. Whether you're aiming for a casual vibe or a more sophisticated feel, these celery mocktails suit any occasion. Plus, the best part? They're a breeze to whip up, taking just 5 minutes for a quick + easy refreshment fix!
First and foremost, the flavors in this simple and easy Celery Pineapple Detox Mocktail is enough to convince anyone, however, here are a few more reasons why you'll love this recipe:
By dictionary definition, Detox is the psychological or medicinal removal of toxic substances from the human body. Therefore, detoxes like this one helps your body to reset and get rid of toxins (which can be built up by many factors internally and externally) so that we can feel rejuvenated, improve our health, and help with weight loss.
So if you're sitting here thinking, what is a mocktail? Let me explain. A mocktail is like a party in a glass, minus the hangover. It's a delicious and refreshing drink that's packed with all the flavor and complexity of a traditional cocktail but without any of the alcohol.
Whether you're a designated driver, a health-conscious human, or just someone who wants to enjoy a delicious drink without the buzz, mocktails are the perfect solution.
Mocktails can be healthy, depending on the ingredients used-- Fresh juices, herbal teas, and natural sweeteners like honey can provide vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. However, mocktails made with high-calorie syrups, sodas, and artificial flavors can be less healthy. Y'all know my mocktail menu for Orchirds & Sweet Tea I like to keep it natural and healthy. Even in this celery mocktail recipe, you'll enjoy the natural sweetener option.
Here’s what you need for this detox, no-alcohol mocktail recipe:
Here, I’ve curated a list of drinkware and tea essentials that I use to achieve my favorite drinking experiences, especially with this Healthy Citrus Pear Ginger Detox Tea. Everything from my fave glassware, teapots, ice cube trays, and more. SEE THEM HERE!
I’m all about big, edible garnishes in my mocktails. Here’s what I like to add to glasses for a fancier feel:
This healthy mocktail recipe is a versatile companion that complements a variety of dishes. Here are some delightful recipes that pair beautifully with this refreshing mocktail.
Although this mocktail is undoubtedly delicious as is, here are a few more ideas if you're looking to add an extra health boost:
Although thyme is a common garden herb, many people don’t understand the overall health benefits of using it in recipes such as a drink like this one. Thyme runs in the mint family and acts as a great anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, and antioxidant agent.
Therefore, adding this herb to other beneficial ingredients will only create a greater powerhouse effect!
In case you weren't aware, celery has many health benefits that makes it a great option for detox drinks. Actually, it's super popular these days to make celery juice as a way to keep the body healthy and while it's always best to do things in moderation, I wanted to share some of the few ways celery can be beneficial to your health:
This recipe is designed to make two servings, but the beauty of it lies in its flexibility. Feel free to double or triple the ingredients to accommodate more servings or for convenient drink prepping that can last you through the next two to three days. This way, you can enjoy the wholesome goodness of this tea whenever you need a refreshing sip without the hassle of preparing it from scratch every time.
Yes of course! Instead of Honey, you can always use Agave or maple syrup.
Definitely! Mix the ingredients and store in the fridge. Add ice and garnishes just before serving to keep them fresh.
Of course! While thyme adds an aromatic touch, feel free to omit or substitute with other herbs like mint or basil.
Absolutely! If you’d like to serve this as a cocktail, you can add 1 ounce of tequila, vodka or gin to each glass.
Ready to take your beverage game to the next level? Shake things up and have some fun with these other homemade detoxifying sips!
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Celery Pineapple Detox Mocktail.