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Now that you’re pregnant, it can feel like you’re missing out at dinner and cocktail parties. But that doesn’t mean that you have to sip a boring glass of water or cranberry cocktail at every gathering. “There are a lot of innovative non-alcoholic cocktails,” says Ryan Koemans, the general manager and sommelier at The Farm at Canyons Resort in Park City, Utah. “Even if there’s no options on the menu, ask the server if the bartender can suggest some options.”
At home, make drinks seem more festive by serving them in a highball glass, tumbler or champagne flute, and then dress them up with a garnish. Consider stirring up the following drinks, which Koemans concocted. Each one is so delicious, you’ll hardly miss the alcohol. Now that’s something to say "cheers" about!
Apple, peach and sparkling water is refreshing and easy to make.
This refreshing beverage gets its kick from ginger, which has been shown to calm queasiness and nausea.
The watermelon in this fruity beverage is packed with immune-boosting lycopene and vitamins A and C.