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4 Recipes For Fun Mocktails While Pregnant!

fun mocktails while pregnant

Ready to whip up some fun mocktails while pregnant this summer?

Alright Mamas, it's time to spill the tea. Did you know that tea is the perfect base for a summer mocktail? That’s right. So get out your tiny umbrellas and dust off those cocktail glasses you’ve been flirting with all summer...Cause we are makin’ dranks! Don’t miss out on all the fun at summer cookouts or the pool party next weekend. Our teas are delicious hot, but in this summer heat you’ll need an iced drink to cool you and your bump off. We’ve come up with a list of iced herbal tea based beverages that are pregnancy safe, delicious, and oh so cute with a little pink umbrella!

How to Make Fun Mocktails While Pregnant All Summer Long!

Lavender Ginger Collins For Morning Sickness 

♥ 1 tsp. of Happy Mornings Herbal Tea
♥ 2 tsp. dry lavender muddled
♥ 2 tsp. ginger syrup
♥ 1/2 oz. lemon Juice
♥ 3-4 fresh mint leaves
♥ 1 1/2 oz. sparkling water
♥ Ice

This ginger tea based “bevvy” is a great addition to your summer festivities. Did you know ingesting things with ginger is good for pregnant women? Ginger is highly known to relieve pregnancy nausea, loss of appetite (bring on the BBQ), and even pain relief. So drink up Mama, this mocktail is a jack of all trades.


  1. In a strainer, brew half a cup of Happy Mornings Herbal Tea for 1-2 minutes (or longer if you like it stronger). 
  2. Muddle 2 tsp. of dried lavender
  3. Combine ginger syrup, cooled Happy Mornings Herbal Tea, and lemon juice in a glass
  4. Fill glass with ice
  5. Top with sparkling water
  6. Garnish with lavender sprig & candied ginger
pregnancy mocktail recipe 

Third Trimester Tea Raspberry Smash

♥ 1 tsp. of Bottom of the 9th Herbal Tea
♥ 1 tsp. freshly squeezed lime juice
♥ ¼ cup raspberries
♥ 3-4 fresh mint leaves
♥ 1 1/2 oz. sparkling water
♥ ¼ tsp. simple syrup or favorite sweetener (optional)
♥ Ice

A delightfully refreshing drink to cool off with by the pool on a hot summer day. The star of this mocktail is our Bottom of the 9th herbal tea. It is packed with organic red raspberry leaf and organic stinging nettle leaf. Drinking red raspberry leaf and nettle tea during pregnancy in the third trimester can help strengthen and tone your uterus in preparation for childbirth.


  1. In a strainer, brew half a cup of Bottom of the 9th Third Trimester Herbal Tea for 1-2 minutes (or longer if you like it stronger).
  2. Muddle raspberries and mint in the bottom of your fanciest glass.
  3. Mix fresh squeezed lime juice and sweetener (if you choose to)
  4. Fill glass with ice
  5. Add your cooled steeped tea to the glass and fill to the top with sparkling water

ic:Pregnant mom holding pink fruity mocktail

Breastfeeding Herbal Tea Mo’ Milk Mojito

♥ 1 tsp. of Lactation Herbal Tea
♥ 1 tbsp. blackberries
♥ 2 chopped strawberries
♥ 3 chopped mint leaves
♥ ½ tsp. lime juice
♥ 1 1/2 oz sparkling water
♥ Ice 

Who said you couldn't have your drink and milk it too? This effortlessly yummy mojito is essential for all of our breastfeeding Mamas this summer. Rich with nutrients that are proven to increase milk production, this refreshment is a staple. So drink up ladies! It’s pumping season.


  1. In a strainer, brew half a cup of Lactation Tea for 1-2 minutes (or longer if you like it stronger).
  2. In a cocktail glass muddle the berries and mint
  3. Add ice, cooled Lactation Tea, lime juice, and sparkling water to a glass
  4. Stir to combine. Garnish with a sprig of mint and some berries
Bottom of the 9th Labor Prep Tea Mint Watermelon Mocktail for pregnant mothers
📸: @nextplaywithmrs.j

Labor Prep Tea Mint Watermelon Mocktail

1 1/2 tsp. of Bottom of the 9th Tea
 1/2 lime
 1/3 cup watermelon cubes
 4 fresh mint leaves (if possible)
 1 tsp agave nectar
 4 oz sparkling water – (she used Pamplemousse La Croix)

Lastly, we're featuring the perfect summer mocktail recipe from one of our Brand Ambassadors, @nextplaywithmrs.j. If you give it a try, show her some love on Instagram and let her know we sent ya! You can also read the full recipe on her blog here. It showcases our herbal labor prep tea-- packed with ingredients that contain vitamins, bioflavonoids, and calcium-rich herbs proven to lower the chance of cesarean sections and forceps birth.

"Try it out, and for my pregnant mamas you should get your hands on The Spoiled Mama “Bottom of the Ninth” Labor Prep Tea to really complete this drink, towards the end of your pregnancy! The Spoiled Mama has amazing mocktail and tea recipes (for every trimester) on their website, I decided to use one by putting my own spin on it. It gave me watermelon margarita vibes!"
- @nextplaywithmrs.j


  1. Get your tea brewing first! I used 3/4 cup water, and in a little strainer. (No strainer? We got one here.) I let it brew for about 3 minutes as I got my glass ready!
  2. Muddle your watermelon and mint leaves in the bottom of the glass.
  3. Add in the freshly squeezed lime juice, and then muddle a little more.
  4. Add in your agave nectar next!
  5. Add in 6-8 ice cubes.
  6. Pour your cooled tea into the glass, and then top with your sparkling water!
  7. Enjoy your refreshing mocktail!

Whether you’re sippin’ by the pool or hosting a BBQ cook off these tasty bevs will keep you cool and pregnancy glowin’ all summer long. Have a delicious recipe for fun mocktails while pregnant to share? Let us know below!

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