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Strawberry Mojito Mocktail (4-Ingredients)

This Strawberry Mojito Mocktail is a healthy (ish) recipe made with fresh strawberries, lemon, mint, and fizzy drink of your choosing! It’s a refreshing non-alcoholic option for summer and spring.

You can make this one for single servings or in a large batch (get your pitcher ready!). Plus, there are multiple variations you can try to make it your own.

image of a strawberry mojito mocktail with lemon and mint garnish
strawberry mojito mocktail recipe

Strawberry Mojito Mocktail Ingredients

I’ll include a list of substitutions at the bottom, but for this recipe you’ll need four simple ingredients:

  • Fresh strawberries
  • Fresh mint leaves
  • 1-2 lemons
  • 7-Up, Sprite, or other lemon-lime fizzy drink

Equipment: You’ll need a knife and cutting board, a mason jar or large glass, and a muddler or heavy spoon.

Note: Your glass needs to be big enough to hold 3/4 cup of strawberries, some lemon slices, and a can of soda + ice. Adjust portions accordingly if your cup is on the smaller side.

How to Make a Strawberry Mojito Mocktail

Step 1: Gather all of your ingredients

a picture of the ingredients for a strawberry mojito: strawberries, lemon, mint, and lemon-lime soda
strawberry mojito mocktail ingredients

Step 2: Dice up about 3/4 cup of fresh strawberries and cut 1/2 of a lemon into slices. Add those to your glass or jar. Then, add 5-7 mint leaves (a little more or less depending on how much mint you like).

Strawberries and lemons added to the bottom of a mason jar for a strawberry mojito mocktail
adding strawberries and lemons to a jar for your strawberry mojito mocktail

Step 3: Use a muddler or a heavy spoon to crush your strawberries, lemon slices, and mint leaves slightly and release their juices.

Step 4: Add ice to your jar or glass.

ice cubes on top of a jar with strawberries and lemon slices muddled on the bottom for a strawberry mojito mocktail
add ice to your non-alcoholic mojito mix

Step 5: Fill your jar with a can of lemon-lime soda.

Step 6: Garnish with fresh strawberry slices, lemon slices, and mint leaves (optional)

Substitutions and Variations:

  • 7-Up/Sprite: If you don’t want to use soda, you can substitute it with flavored sparkling water of your choosing. I personally love Spindrift because I think it has a punchier flavor than some of the others on the market, but it’s entirely up to you.
  • Consider sweeteners: If you decide to go with sparkling water or seltzer, you may want more sweetness. If you’re avoiding refined sugar, consider adding monkfruit sweetener. If that’s not an issue, you can also add regular sugar or a simple syrup for sweetness.
  • Strawberries: You can add a mixture of berries to this recipe or swap out strawberries for raspberries if you like.
  • Lemon: This recipe would also work well with lime (or both!)
  • Experiment with the flavors: You don’t have to use lemon-lime soda. You can try ginger ale or even ginger beer if you want a spicier twist.
picture of a strawberry mojito mocktail in a mason jar with striped straws and mint

Strawberry Mojito Mocktail (Easy to Make)

This simple strawberry mojito mocktail is easy to make and comes together in just four ingredients: strawberries, lemon, mint, and lemon-lime soda. For a fun summer mocktail option with strawberries, it's a must-try!
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Course: Drinks
Keyword: Mocktails, non-alcoholic mojito, strawberry mocktails, summer mocktails
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 5 minutes
Servings: 1
Author: Alicia Gilbert


  • 1 mason jar or large glass
  • knife
  • chopping board


  • ¾ cup fresh, chopped strawberries
  • ½ lemon cut into slices
  • 1 can Sprite (or lemon-lime soda of your choice)
  • 5-7 leaves fresh mint


  • Rinse your strawberries and dice 3/4 cup (more for garnish if using).
  • Rinse and cut a lemon in half.
  • Cut one half of a lemon into thin slices.
  • Rinse mint leaves and pick 5-7 leaves (more for garnish).
  • Add your strawberries, lemon slices, and mint leaves to your mason jar or cup.
  • Use a muddler or heavy spoon to gently smush them together at the bottom of the jar or glass.
  • Add ice cubes to your mason jar. (I like to fill my cup about 3/4 full)
  • Fill your glass with the soda and stir to combine.
  • Garnish with fresh strawberries and lemon slices (optional). Enjoy!


Please note that you can also double, triple, or quadruple this recipe to make a pitcher’s worth. 
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