Mocktails • Recipes • Safety Tips

Monthly Mocktails and Food Recipes

Over the last two decades we have made a positive impact to help keep people safe on our roads during the holidays and throughout the year. These delicious mocktails, recipes and safety tips are part of the Celebrate Safely, Designate a Driver program, Recipes for the Road and Seasons of Safety campaigns.

Recipe Cards and Traffic Safety Tips:

Click for free download to print and share on social media with family and friends!

Thanksgiving Cookie Recipe Halloween Smoothie Recipe Labor Day Lemon Freeze Recipe Labor Day Celebrate Safely Labor Day Traffic Safety

Watch + Share Our Non-Alcoholic Drink and Food Recipe Videos:

Hot Winter Cider Punch

Thanksgiving Sparkling Mocktail

Wormy Halloween Party Punch Mocktail

Summer Sangria

Crowd Pleasing Meatball Sliders

Dreamy Hot Cocoa Recipe and The Marshmallow Snowman

Green Grinch Punch Recipe and Grinch Kabob Instructions


Always Celebrate Safely

Be responsible when having a good time. Drive safe and sober. If you’ve been drinking, designate a sober driver or call a cab/Uber/Lyft service. If your hosting a party, offer alcohol-free beverages and food to guests.

Many thanks to our Traffic Safety Team members, volunteers and partners that share our passion and goal of reducing alcohol-related traffic crashes and fatalities in our communities. Do your part by not driving while intoxicated. Join the fun and share these recipe cards and videos!

Over 25,000 full-color Recipes for the Road copies are printed and distributed each year. Click here to check out all 22 (and counting) Recipes for the Road editions. 

In 2017, we celebrated the 20th anniversary of Recipes for the Road. The tradition of printed and digital mocktail recipes continued to be shared throughout the FDOT District Two communities and online through social media. We also began making mocktail video recipes which have been a big hit on Pinterest, YouTube, Facebook and Instagram.

Visit our Impaired Driving safety page for more resources and information.

Don’t forget to check out our Seasons of Safety themed holiday card collection.

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