Toast the Mom-to-Be With These Tasty Mocktails
Every holiday party includes a sweet and sentimental toast. But when the guest of honor can't partake in the champagne cheers, it makes the moment a little less enjoyable. Rather than giving the mom-to-be a glass of water or soda, pour her a delicious mocktail!
From sweet to savory, these tasty drinks will have the future mama forgetting about alcohol!
The coconut and banana flavors in this snow punch definitely do the trick when it comes to spicing up your go-to nonalcoholic drink of choice. Add a scoop of vanilla ice cream to up the ante.
Nonalcoholic Moscow Mule
Pull out the copper cups and put a PG-rated spin on a classy moscow mule sans booze. Finish it off with mint leaves and a slice of lime.
Honey Roasted Pear Sparkling Mocktail
Simply throw grapefruit juice, pear puree, honey, cinnamon, nutmeg, and a touch of vanilla into a blender for a sweet honey roasted pear sparkling mocktail. Add sparkling wine or Champagne for guests who are looking for a holiday buzz.
Kind of like a grown-up version of a Shirley Temple, Martha Stewart's cherry bomb contains just three ingredients: grenadine, clear citrus soda or seltzer, and maraschino cherries.
Morning Sparkling Cocktail
My Thirty Spot's sparkling cocktail is perfect for a brunch shower. For the non-pregnant attendees, add champagne and triple sec.
Martha Stewart's classic, frothy piña colada for a more casual affair.
Pomegranate Blueberry Mocktail
Annie's Eats' pomegranate blueberry mocktail is super simple to make. Just add fresh or frozen blueberries to pomegranate soda, pomegranate juice, and white grape juice, and use lemon slices to garnish.
Mixed Berry Mocktail
Inspired by sangria, this fresh, fruity drink is perfect for summertime showers.
Virgin Kiwi Mojito
Replace cucumber and rum with kiwi and club soda for a fruity twist on this tangy cocktail.
This easy-to-make rhubard soda has the look of a classic rosé.
Easy-to-make berry-lemon sparklers can be garnished with sprigs of mint and fresh berries for a festive look.
You can't have a brunch without this Champagne concoction! Simply swap the bubbly with sparkling cider.
Virgin Bloody Mary
Low in calories, this veggie-filled drink is a great substitute for the alcoholic version.
Frost Bite Mocktail
The Little Kitchen's Frost Bite Mocktail combines Sierra Mist with lime, pineapple, white grape juices, and fresh mint and blueberries.
Apple Cider, Cranberry, and Ginger Punch
Apple cider, cranberry, and ginger punch makes a beautiful drink, and you can add gin for liquor-drinking guests.