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No Alcohol? Make These Delicious Mocktails Everyone Will Want

Not drinking?  Lucky you because we have these mouth watering mocktails that everyone will want to enjoy with you!

Cherry Aphrodisiac Mocktail for Pregnancy

Cherry Aphrodisiac Mocktail

Recipe courtesy of @holisticrendevous

This recipe has ginger, cherry, and beet which are known for boosting blood volume, increasing heat, and being ~luscious.~


1 thumb ginger, grated
1/4 tsp beet powder
1 oz cherry juice
1.5 oz coconut cream (Tip – use a can of full fat coconut milk that has been blended together)
pinch salt
top with sparkling water

Jalapeno Moscow Mule by Half Baked Harvest Mocktail
Spicy Jalapeño Ginger Moscow Mule
Recipe courtesy of Half Baked Harvest

Keeping things wintery, spicy, and just a touch sweet with this Spicy Jalapeño Ginger Moscow Mule Mocktail). Fresh lime juice, grapefruit juice, spicy jalapeños, fresh ginger, and topped off with ginger beer. It’s a touch of sweet and a little bit spicy. Finish this cocktail off with candied rosemary and jalapeños. It’s warming, sweet, and spicy, ideal for these cold winter nights.


  1. Fill a cocktail glass with ice.
  2. Combine the lime juice, grapefruit juice, jalapeño slices, apple cider, and ginger in a cocktail shaker. Fill with ice and shake until combined, about 1 minute, the longer you shake, the spicier the drink. Strain into your prepared glass. Top with ginger beer and garnish with candied rosemary, if desired.
  1. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
  2. Bring 1/2 cup honey, 1/4 cup water, 1-2 jalapeño slices, and 4 slices of fresh ginger to a boil over high heat. Boil 2 minutes. Remove from the heat and let cool.
  3. Dip the rosemary sprigs in the honey syrup and place on the prepared baking sheet. Sprinkle the rosemary with granulated sugar on all sides, making sure the rosemary is thoroughly coated in sugar. Allow to dry on the baking sheet for 1 hour. The rosemary can be made 1 day in advance and stored at room temperature.

 Mango Mule Mocktail for Pregnant People
 Mango Mule
Recipe courtesy of Danielle Walker of Against All Grain

4-5 slices of cucumber
1 oz honey syrup
1.5 oz mango puree
1.5 oz fresh lime juice
1.5 oz ginger beer

Muddle cucumber and honey syrup in the bottom of a cocktail shaker. Add the mango puree and lime juice and shake with ice vigorously. Strain into a copper mug. Top with ginger beer and stir.
 Rosemary Blueberry Smash Mocktail for pregnant people
Rosemary Blueberry Smash
Recipe courtesy of Danielle Walker of Against All Grain

7-8 blueberries
1 rosemary sprig, stripped
1 oz honey syrup
1 oz fresh lemon juice, strained
4 oz sparkling mineral water

Gently muddle blueberries, rosemary leaves, and honey syrup in the bottom of a cocktail shaker. Add lemon juice and shake, covered, with ice vigorously for 10 seconds. Strain through a mesh strainer into a tall glass of fresh ice. Top with sparkling water and stir to incorporate.

Non-Alcoholic Margarita
Recipe courtesy of Food Network Kitchen
When you're craving a sweet-tart, refreshing margarita but don't want the alcohol, break out your blender and start here.

Yields 2 servings

2/3 cup fresh lime juice
1/3 cup fresh orange juice
1/3 cup light agave syrup
Kosher salt
1 cup ice cubes
1 cup chilled lime seltzer


  1. Combine the lime juice, orange juice and agave in a spouted measuring cup. Pour into a 12-compartment ice cube tray and freeze until solid, at least 4 hours and up to overnight.
  2. Pour the salt into a small dish. Dip the rims of 2 glasses in water, then dip the rims in the salt to coat.
  3. Combine the ice cubes, seltzer and frozen juice cubes in a blender and blend on high until smooth and pourable. Pour into the prepared glasses and serve immediately.



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