The Only Cocktails You Need To Celebrate New Year's Eve (They're Healthy, Too)

While we applaud not drinking over the holidays, if you do imbibe, it can be nice to sip on a kicked-up cocktail with bonus health benefits. While these will never be as good as a green juice, they do contain anti-inflammatory and hydrating ingredients that might help ease your hangover the next day.

Coconut Water Gin & Tonic

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This cocktail uses electrolyte-rich coconut water as its base, helping you stay hydrated throughout the night. Get the recipe here.

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Turmeric Orange Margarita

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This margarita is laced with Vitamin C-rich oranges and inflammation-stopping turmeric. Get the full recipe here.

Spiked Vegan Hot Chocolate

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This vegan, refined sugar free hot chocolate gets amped up with bourbon. Get the recipe here.

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Kombucha Moscow Mules

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These Moscow Mules rely on Kombucha instead of ginger beer for a Vitamin B-rich, probiotic kick. Get the recipe here.

Healthier Mojito

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This maple syrup-sweetened mojito is a fresh, hydrating take on the classic. Get the full recipe here.

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Superfood Spiked Apple Cider

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This refined sugar-free spiked cider is laced with antioxidant-rich spices, and will make your house smell amazing. Get the recipe here.

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