When you are following a gluten-free diet, cocktails can be hard to navigate. Here are 20 gluten-free cocktail recipes to make party planning easier.
If you love a nightcap or a great cocktail with your meal, then this list of 20 Gluten-Free Cocktail Recipes is going to give you something to make a toast to tonight. From classic cocktails to some fun new twists, this list has something for everyone. Breakfast drinks, fun fruit blends, or classic after dinner cocktails can all be satisfying and safe to drink!
Be careful to read labels! Even liquors that are traditionally gluten-free like vodka and tequila can sometimes contain gluten.
20 Gluten-Free Cocktail Recipes
Strawberry Bellini from Natural Fit Foodie
Tropical Sunrise Layered Cocktail from Marvelous Mommy
Almond Champagne Mimosa from I Love My Disorganized Life
The Blitzen (Mint Vodka Cocktail) from A Worthy Read
Strawberry Gin Smash from It’s A Keeper
Classic Tequila Margarita from The Gardening Cook
Orange Gin Buck Recipe from A Simple Pantry
Cranberry, Orange, Apple & White Wine Sangria from The Rising Spoon
Chocolate Covered Cherry Peppermint Martini from A Simple Pantry
Strawberry, Basil, Gin & Tonic from Do It All Working Mom
Bloody Mary Infused Vodka from My Life Cookbook
Wild Blackberry Crush from A Worthey Read
Watermelon Mojito from It’s A Keeper
Triple Berry Vodka Spritzer from I Love My Disorganized Life
Strawberry Kiwi Sangria from DIY Budget Girl
Veracruzana Cocktail – Pineapple Basil Tequila from The Gardening Cook
Plum Champagne Cocktail from My Newest Addiction
Raspberry Peppermint Fizz from Hairspray & High Heels
Pink Moscato Sangria Recipe from Flour On My Face
Sugar Plum Whiskey from Simplistically Living
From the sweet and fruit-flavored sangria to the sharp whiskey or tequila-based drink, this list of gluten-free cocktail recipes is going to have something for everyone. Many of these recipes are even easy to create as a non-alcoholic beverage for you to share with everyone in the house.
Enjoy a delicious gluten-free cocktail recipe as an end of the day treat for a hard working mom, or as a special dessert drink at your next dinner party. The options are endless with most hard liquors being gluten-free. Add your favorite fruit juice, a mix of fresh berries, or herbs to create a fun new cocktail that suits your personality perfectly. There is no reason to avoid that after dinner drink just because you are on a gluten-free diet.
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