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Baby Shower Drinks and Mocktails
by Babble Editors
| Posted 2 years ago
The dips are made, the veggies cut, and the cake assembled. Don’t forget the drinks, sister! Skip the soda and stir up one of our refreshing recipes sure to keep your guests a sippin’ while Mom-to-be’s unwrappin’.
Perfect Fruit Punch
A little of this, a little of that, turns into a fabulous punch for your guests. Serve in carafes and garnish with sliced fruit. Delicious! Get the recipe!
Pineapple Crush Smoothie
The riper the pineapple and banana, the sweeter your outcome. This smoothie has it all—fresh, tropical, and an excellent source of vitamin C for the mom-to-be.Get the recipe!
Cucumber Melon Aqua Fresca
Agua fresco—made with sweet watermelon and cool cucumbers—is served at stands throughout Mexico and is the perfect refreshing drink to serve with any party food. Ole! Get the recipe!
This rich and creamy drink has to be tasted to be believed. Did you know that avocados are commonly used in drinks and desserts—including ice cream!—throughout Asia and South America? Get the recipe!
Sun Tea Punch
Here's an iced tea that's just right for the adults and any kids who attend the shower. It gets its zip from fruit slices and fresh mint—not caffeine.Get the recipe!
Rainbow Ice Cubes
Frozen fruit cubes transform any drink into a rainbow of colors. Talk about impressing the guests! Learn how!
Even the mama-to-be can enjoy this
sweet and creamy frozen hurricane. If you don't have frozen yogurt on hand, substitute regular yogurt and ice cubes. Get the recipe!
Sweet blueberries and tart lemonade meet to make a refreshing drink. Top each glass with some frozen blueberries for a splash of color. Get the recipe!
Sparkling Star Punch
This brightly colored party punch can be dressed up with an optional ring of frozen berries and, for those like its distinctive licorice flavor, bits of floating star anise. Get the recipe!
Lemon Juice Juleps
Fresh-squeezed lemon juice and a hint of mint make this soft drink recipe a guaranteed winner. Garnish with a simple sprig of mint. Get the recipe!
It is cold outside? Turn the classic hot chocolate treat on its head by serving up steaming mugs of this vanilla-flavored tummy warmer—topped with dollops of chocolaty cream.Get the recipe!
How about one more hot option? This cider recipe, tinted a snappy red with melted cinnamon candies, makes for an extra-festive salute to shower guests. Get the recipe!