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10 Mocktails For Pregnant Women For The Holidays

Being pregnant can be such an amazing experience as your body creates a new life. But if you're pregnant during the holidays, you're going to need to find something else to drink at parties besides your favorite alcohol since this is something you need to avoid during pregnancy. Luckily, there are many wonderful mocktails that you can drink so you can still enjoy having a special drink at holiday parties.

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These mocktails are festive and tasty, making them perfect for any gathering you have. So keep reading to find the best mocktails out there that you need to try this holiday season!

10 Non-Alcoholic Sangria

Sangria is a very popular drink, but if you are expecting, then you have to skip it because of the wine. Inspired by Charm has created a wonderful mocktail for anyone who loves sangria and still wants a flavorful drink at holiday parties.

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This sangria is non-alcoholic and has great flavor from the fruit. The secret to making a sangria without wine is to use sparkling grape juice instead! 

9 Holiday Pomegranate Mojito

Mojitos are a great go-to drink since they're sweet due to the sugar and also have a strong mint flavor. With those ingredients going so well together, there is no wonder why The Spruce Eats has created a holiday pomegranate mojito mocktail. This is perfect for those who want their classic mojito with a twist.

The pomegranates add a fresh new flavor so this is the perfect drink for any pregnant woman.

8 Pumpkin Spiced Apple Cider

The best drink to have during the colder fall and winter months is apple cider, but you don’t want just any apple cider bought at a store. You want something more special for your holiday parties. House Of Yumm has blended everyone’s two favorite things (pumpkin spice and apples) to create an amazing apple cider that you definitely needt o make this Christmas.

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This cider is going to be so popular that everyone will want some. You can rest easy knowing that it's made from whole food, healthy ingredients!

7 Frost Bite Mocktail

If you are looking for a perfect winter-themed mocktail to make you need to try The Little Kitchen’s Frost Bite mocktail. This mocktail is perfect for expecting women who want something fruity to drink.

This mocktail is made with raspberry juice, fresh basil, fresh lime juice, and blueberry juice, and you can even add fresh blueberries to it to make it even more special. Thanks to this drink's name, you'll be in the holiday spirit before you even take your first sip!

6 Warm Christmas Glogg

Glogg is traditionally known for being a warm sweetened and spiced wine, but when you are pregnant, you need to be careful not to drink any alcohol. Luckily, Green Kitchen Stories has made a mocktail for anyone who wants to keep their traditions going without drinking alcohol.

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This Christmas glogg will still have the spices and nuts that you love in it, but the wine is replaced with fruit punch. Enjoy this warm classic drink on the cold winter nights when you have a holiday party to host.

5 Grapefruit Jalapeno Lime Margaritas

Just because you are pregnant and it is winter doesn’t mean that you can’t enjoy a nice margarita. Oleander and Palm has made a perfect party margarita that has no alcohol for those who are expecting! Just aware that this margarita has a bit of a kick to it since it has jalapenos in it.

Take a sip of this margarita to picture yourself somewhere far away from the cold weather. Know you can have your favorite go-to drink with this grapefruit jalapeno lime margaritas recipe!

4 Hot Buttered Rum

Drinking rum during the holidays is a tradition for many, but when you're pregnant, you have to be careful about avoiding alcohol. That is why we have gone out and found a non-alcoholic version of the classic hot buttered rum.

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A wonderful mocktail for your typical hot buttered rum is this version from Town and Country Mag. This hot buttered rum is made with sugar, monk fruit, spices, and heavy cream.

3 Ginger Basil Grapefruit Mimosa

If you're looking for a pregnancy-friendly mocktail for Christmas morning and New Year's Day, this recipe is perfect. Since there are so many parties and celebrations during this time of year, you want an all-purpose drink that can fit the many different occasions, no matter what time of day, and this recipe would work great.

From Splenda, this recipe is for a ginger basil grapefruit mimosa. With this mimosa, you won’t even miss the champagne since it's made with sparkling water instead!

2 Cran-Raspberry Martini

Cranberries are one of the most popular fruits to enjoy around the winter holidays. Delish has made a wonderful cran-raspberry martini for those who cannot drink alcohol throughout the holiday season.

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This recipe is full of the fruity flavors that you love around Christmas. To really give it a martini vibe, the recipe uses raspberry-flavored sparkling water in it. Make this mocktail for your holiday parties!

1 Eggnog

A drink that is only seen around Christmas is eggnog. Eggnog is a very hearty drink that you have to sip slowly since there is so much flavor to it. Although eggnog can definitely be made without any alcohol, there are many recipes out there that do include the addition of alcohol.

If you're pregnant and want to get into the holiday spirit by enjoying some eggnog, since it's such a classic drink, then you want something that is made without the alcohol. Town and Country Mag has an amazing eggnog recipe that uses no alcohol so you can still have this holiday tradition while you are pregnant.

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