Pregnancy during the holidays is joyous; everyone celebrates the arrival of your new baby. However, you don’t get to enjoy all of the alcoholic beverages at parties, so have a few holiday mocktail recipes ready to enjoy this season.
Now, pregnancy isn’t all that bad since you’re growing your future bestie inside of you, but this was one of the hardest pregnancy changes for me to handle, especially around the holidays.
It can be tough during the holiday season as you may miss the cocktails at Christmas Eve dinner or toasting accomplishments at your company’s holiday party. But have no fear! There are still ways to get you in the holiday spirit and still feel festive during Christmas.
With the trend in non-alcoholic beverages continuing to rise, a festive and merry non-alcoholic drink is just the thing.
28 Holiday Mocktail Recipes for Pregnant Women and Kids
Check out these holiday mocktails perfect for pregnant women, or even kids, so you can feel like you’re having a fancy drink without the guilt or calories. The best part about these holiday mocktails is you won’t wake up with a hangover!
Candy Cane Mocktails
Peppermint is one of the festive flavors of the season, and this candy cane Christmas mocktail tastes like Christmas. You can make this alcoholic by adding some peppermint schnapps, but it tastes great as it is!
Holiday Orange Cranberry Mimosa Mocktails
Here is a fun and pretty holiday mocktail recipe that tastes as great as it looks. The recipe uses sparkling cider for the bit of bubbles you want and offers various ways to make this an alcoholic cocktail.
Cranberry Mistletoe Mocktail
This Holiday Cranberry Mocktail is perfect for your next Christmas or holiday celebration! It’s lightly sweet and bubbly and completely Whole30 compliant, made with simple ingredients like 100% cranberry juice, 100% apple juice, and seltzer (and no alcohol). The perfect drink to satisfy a pregnant woman’s cocktail cravings.
This homemade eggnog recipe is thick and creamy with just the right touch of spice that will convince you to never buy store-bought eggnog again. If you’re wondering, this eggnog is safe for pregnant women because the eggs are heated to a temperature that would kill any bacteria.
Clausthaler can take your holiday party from Ho Hum to Ho Ho Ho…no alcohol required. Topped off with the popular holiday seasonal non-alcoholic beer Santa Clausthaler, Santa’s Shandy is simple to put together & share. Santa Clausthaler is also delightful on its own with a blend of award-winning Clausthaler Original and cranberry & cinnamon flavor.
The simple recipe is as follows :
1-ounce cranberry juice, 1-ounce orange juice, 1-ounce chai tea, ½ ounce maple syrup. Top with Santa Clausthaler Non-Alcoholic Beer (2 ounces), and garnish with cranberries, cinnamon sticks & rosemary.
Sparkling Blood Orange Mocktail
Another one of the popular holiday mocktail recipes is this sparkling blood orange mocktail. It’s a holiday mocktail that uses blood orange juice, honey, and vanilla to create a sparkling drink. You only need a bit of sparkling lime soda to give it carbonation.
Christmas Peppermint Julep
Here is a twist on the classic mint julep and turn it into a Christmas peppermint julep. The recipe uses cranberry ginger ale, peppermint simple syrup, and a bit of fresh mint. Don’t forget the candy cane!
Cranberry Cosmo Mocktail
This non alcoholic Cranberry Cosmo Mocktail is really fun, festive and the perfect holiday drink during pregnancy and even for kids! Made with only 4 ingredients- cranberry cocktail, orange extract, sparkling water, and lime juice, it’s super simple to make too.
Sparkling Chai Christmas Punch
This sparkling chair Christmas punch is a great drink for holiday parties. It’s a mixture of chai and ginger ale with fruit juices, creating a delicious yet refreshing holiday mocktail.
Santa Hat Shirley Temple
Let the kids in on the Christmas drink fun with this festive Santa’s Hat Shirley Temple! With it’s bright red color and coconut rim, it’ll be the hit of the holiday season with the little ones.
Puerto Rican Chocolate Coquito
Creamy, rich, and full of coconut and chocolate -a combination you’ve never expected together in a drink, this chocolate coquito recipe will blow your mind away!
Hot Cranberry Punch
This hot cranberry punch just glistens with holiday spirit. Made with cranberry, apple, and orange juices, brown sugar and some other goodies, you won’t even need alcohol this season with this tasty treat.
Try a grinch punch to satisfy your cravings! Made with Sprite, lemonade concentrate, pineapple juice, and Kool-aid mix, this holiday Mocktail is sure to be a hit with pregnant women.
Peppermint Hot Chocolate
If you’re looking for holiday mocktail recipes, look no further than this delicious peppermint hot chocolate. Whether you are having a Polar Express night with your kids or enjoying an adults-only get-together, the creaminess and richness of the chocolate with the mint from the peppermint is the perfect combination.
This Holiday Punch is a great way to “cheers” the holiday season with all your family and friends! Made with frozen limeade and orange concentrate, cranberry juice, and some other delicious drinks, you can still cheer a holiday cocktail with this festive drink; just hold the vodka.
Sparkling Pomegranate Punch
Take some pomegranate juice, orange juice, apple cider, and lemon juice and turn it into this delicious holiday mocktail recipe. The candied rosemary in the recipe makes this punch stand out!
Mock Champagne Punch
This Mock Champagne Punch only has 3 ingredients and it comes together quickly! It’s great anytime you need a non-alcoholic alternative to the real thing. A perfect holiday cocktail to ring in the New Year.
Another festive cocktail made with Clausthaler holiday seasonal non-alcoholic beer. This one uses 2 ounces cranberry juice, 1 ounce lime juice, ½ ounce mint syrup. Top with Santa Clausthaler Non-Alcoholic Beer (2 ounces), and garnish with fresh mint & cranberries.
Sparkling Cranberry Punch
It’s not a party until the punch is served. This Sparkling Cranberry Punch is non-alcoholic, kid-friendly, and lightened up with less sugar and dairy-free ice cream or sorbet. It’s perfect for the holidays or other special parties.
This Non-Alcoholic Sangria is a holiday must – because non-drinkers need to have fun drinks too! Easy and delicious recipe.
Cranberry Pineapple Mocktail
This Cranberry Pineapple Mocktail is a delicious non-alcoholic holiday drink, perfect for toasting on Christmas or New Years Eve! Enjoy this holiday mocktail during pregnancy or for those little kiddos who want to cheers too!
This easy, creamy Green Peppermint Mocktail is non-alcoholic version of the famous Grasshopper drink (cocktail). Made with white chocolate and peppermint flavors, it’s a fun drink for pregnant women and kids and the perfect way to celebrate!
Christmas Kinderpunsch (Warm punch)
Apple cider, cherry juice, orange juice, and warm winter spices like cinnamon, cloves, and star anise make this the best warm Christmas Kinderpunsch recipe!
Cranberry Mint Mocktail
This cranberry mint mocktail is the perfect holiday party beverage! The red cranberries and green mint echo the season’s colors, with a sweet, refreshing, and bubbly tang!
Shirley Temple Mocktail
This Shirley Temple Mocktail is non -alcoholic and quick and easy to make, with stuff you have on hand (gingerale, sparkling water, juice and grenadine) It’s the perfect ‘special drink’ for New Years or celebrations of any kind!
Low Carb EggNog
This low carb and sugar free eggnog is delicious without the alcohol. Have a special treat for the holidays without the guilt!
You are 3-ingredients away from the perfect Christmas punch for the family! Make this Kid-Approved Christmas Grinch Punch for your next holiday party. Consisting of lemonade, spinach, and strawberries, it even contains hidden veggies that your picky eaters won’t even know!
Beet Wassail Holiday Punch Mocktail
A twist on classic wassail, Beet Wassail Holiday Punch (Mocktail) is brimming with natural juices and spiced flavors! Wassail is a hot mulled cider-like beverage traditionally made with various ingredients, such as roasted apples, cloves, ginger, nutmeg, sugar, and curdled cream.
I hope you enjoyed these fun ideas for holiday mocktail recipes for pregnant women. I can’t wait to enjoy these myself as I await baby number three!