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16 Holiday Mocktails Perfect for Pregnant Moms

Being pregnant for 9 months means that any way you shake it, a couple holidays will fall into that zone of stretchy waistbands, safety precautions, and sobriety. But that doesn’t mean you can’t have fun! Mocktails were created for a reason, people (AKA: preggos and kids with fancy taste.) With these 16 sweet and sophisticated recipes, partygoers will never be without a drink in hand, and you will be regaled as a mixologist extraordinaire … which you are, obviously.

Frost Bite 1 of 16
Chock-full of fruity flavors, this frost bite mocktail is so refreshing, you won't miss the alcohol.

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Cranberry Cutie 2 of 16
Is there anything more seasonal than cranberries and clementines? This mocktail combines both, and a hint of lemon-lime soda, for a sweet and fizzy treat.

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Ginger Eggnog Fizz 3 of 16
You can't have a holiday drink roundup without including some eggnog! This recipe substitutes the typical alcoholic additions for ginger ale, creating a delicious, creamy, and bubbly drink.

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Pomosa 4 of 16
Substitute champagne for white grape juice for a non-alcoholic version of this tasty pomegranate cocktail. Then sit back, relax, and leave the Christmas day cleanup to your family.

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Cranberry Thyme Sparkler 5 of 16
Toast to the New Year and your soon-to-be babe with this sophisticated, non-alcoholic take on a cranberry martini. The hint of thyme and the rush of sugar will keep you partying like it's 1999... er 2015!

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Frozen Cocoa Shake 6 of 16
Looking for a scrumptious after-dinner drink for the diehard chocolate lover? Look no further than this frozen cocoa shake that's not only pregnancy-friendly, but vegan too!

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Virgin Frozen Strawberry Margarita 7 of 16
Add a little sweet and sour kick to your holiday party with these margaritas. Between the blend of tangy lime juice and strawberries, who even needs tequila?

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Almond Pear Mocktail 8 of 16
On the hunt for an easy mocktail that pairs well with your holiday hors d'oeuvres? Look no further than this almond pear spritzer that blends all the flavors of the season into one sensational drink.

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Non-Alcoholic Frozen Mango Margarita 9 of 16
Add a fruity, fiesta-ful kick to your New Year's Eve party with this virgin margarita. And with fresh mangos, bananas, and yogurt, it's a much healthier alternative to your traditional party drinks.

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Cranberry Orange Smoothies 10 of 16
Even though this smoothie is meant to be made with Thanksgiving leftovers, it's sweet and tangy taste will be a welcome treat year round!

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Iced Mint Mocktail 11 of 16
Perfect for a summer afternoon, or some late night festivities, this take on an arnold palmer will be a hit during (and even after!) pregnancy.

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Pomegranate Peach Sangria 12 of 16
Pregnancy has it's pro's and con's. Pro: baby!! Con: No wine for months. But once you sip on this fruity pomegranate peach sangria, you won't mind at all.

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Herbed Matcha Iced Tea 13 of 16
We get it, drinking green things is scary. But once you have a taste of this herbed iced tea, you'll never want to go back to other colored beverages again!

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Virgin Mimosa 14 of 16
Be warned – once you give this amazing virgin mimosa to a pregnant woman, they'll be demanding brunch every weekend just to have an excuse to drink it again.

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Blackberry Cherry Vanilla Smoothie 15 of 16
The only thing more appealing than the deep burgundy color of this smoothie is the rich combination of berry and vanilla flavors. It's pretty much the total package of non-alcoholic beverages.

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Pink Coconut Water Frosty 16 of 16
This drink is as healthy as it is pretty. You might as well forget those fancy seasonal cocktails, because this frosty will be everyone's favorite.

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