Mocktails So Sweet (and Pretty!) You Won't Miss the Alcohol

Just because you’re pregnant doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be able to enjoy a festive drink with your honey. These pretty—and delicious—mocktail recipes will make any romantic occasion a little sweeter. 

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Grape Escape

Michael Marquand

Grape Escape

This bubbly beverage can be pink or golden, depending on whether you use purple or white sparkling grape juice.

To make, stir together ½ cup sparkling grape juice and ½ cup seltzer. Pour into two ice-filled glasses. Garnish with raspberries or frozen grapes.

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Pom-a-Tini

How to Make Pom—a—Tini Mocktails

Pom-a-Tini

All you need is sparkling cider, pomegranate juice, and a few pomegranate seeds to make this sexy mocktail.

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Lemon Kiss

Michael Marquand

Lemon Kiss

To assemble this sweet-tart sip stir together 1 cup sparkling lemonade, 1 cup seltzer, and ¼ cup grenadine syrup. Pour into two ice-filled glasses. Garnish with lime wedges.

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Cherry Bomb

Michael Marquand

Cherry Bomb

Combine ¾ cup grapefruit juice and ¾ cup tonic water for this bracing and delicious drink. Pour into two ice-filled glasses. Garnish with pitted cherries on a swizzle stick.

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Cranberry Sparkler

Cranberry Sparkler

Cranberry Sparkler

With a mixture of cranberry, raspberry and orange (and, of course, some sparkling cider), this mocktail looks just as pretty in a punch bowl as in the glass.

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Watermelon Crush

How to Make Watermelon Crush Mocktails

Watermelon Crush

Mocktails don't get more refreshing (or easy) than this: Blend fresh watermelon chunks into a smooth puree, then add sugar and lime juice and blend again. Pour into a glass and garnish with a sprig of fresh mint. Cheers!

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