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As we navigate the incredible journey of pregnancy, it’s natural to miss those nights out with friends and the freedom to indulge in a delicious cocktail. We think being pregnant doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice all the fun. In fact, there’s a whole world of tantalizing mocktails waiting to be explored, perfect for satisfying those cravings and keeping you feeling fabulous and refreshed. So, sit back, and make a toast to your pregnancy journey!

Mocktails to Order While Pregnant

It’s girl's night out, you’re dressin’ up the bump, satisfying those cravings by looking at the menu of the restaurant beforehand, rubbing on your Happy Legs Aloe Gel before putting on those wedges you bought pre-pregnancy, and embracing that pregnancy glow. You want to be able to cheer with the girls to new beginnings and celebrate new chapters, but you only have water? Hey Mama, more power to you, it is so important to stay hydrated, but why not order a mocktail? 

No mocktail menu? No problem, ask your server (or bartender) about making one of these mocktails for you (pregnant or not)! 

Virgin Mojito: A classic favorite, refreshing and bursting with lime and mint flavors.

Ginger Ale Fizz: Ginger ale mixed with a splash of lemon or lime juice and garnished with a slice of fresh ginger for a zesty kick.

Virgin Margarita: Ask for a virgin margarita or simply a mix of lime juice, orange juice, club soda, a splash of lemon, and a little agave or simple syrup. The bartender usually makes it in-house!

Soda with a Splash: Another easy order is club soda/seltzer with a splash of your favorite juice. We like the idea of pineapple or grapefruit.

Shirley Temple: A classic and simple choice, maybe ask for a bar glass with some extra garnish.

Virgin Mule: Everything a mule has to offer but without the vodka. Ginger beer, lime juice, simple syrup, and garnish. Maybe add a splash of club soda to tame it!

Anything else we may have missed? Comment below for our other Mamas to see!

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Mocktails Recipes for Pregnancy

The sun is shining, the scent of BBQs fills the air, and the urge to bask in the warmth of a comfortable summer evening beckons. But wait, you're not just planning any soirée – you're hosting a gathering tailored to the needs of your expecting friends. We have the ultimate solution to ensure everyone can sip in style without compromising their precious cargo. With that in mind, we have the perfect non-alcoholic cocktails you can make for your fellow pregnant ladies. Get fancy, Mama!

1. Grapefruit Spritz Mocktail 


  • 1 fresh grapefruit (you can 100% use grapefruit juice, but fresh squeezed is WAY better!), juiced
  • 1 Pellegrino (or any brand of sparkling water)
  •  Ice
  • Lavender (for garnish)


  •  In your fanciest glass, fill halfway with ice.
  •  Pour in the grapefruit juice to fill the glass halfway.
  •  Fill the rest with sparkling water.
  •  Garnish with a slice of grapefruit & a sprig or 2 of lavender.
  •  Cheers!


2. Watermelon Lime Spritz Mocktail


  • 1 Lime Bubly (or any lime-flavored sparkling water)
  • 1 Simply Watermelon fruit juice
  • Ice
  • 1 Lime


  • In your fanciest glass, fill halfway with ice.
  • Pour in your desired lime-flavored sparkling water to fill the glass halfway.
  • Fill the rest with Simply Watermelon fruit juice
  • Garnish with a slice of lime
  • Feel refreshed and enjoy

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3. Strawberry Basil Mocktail


  • A handful of strawberries and basil
  • Lemon juice
  • Ice
  • 1 Sparkling pink grapefruit juice
  • 1 Sparkling mineral water
  • Instructions:
  • Start by muddling your strawberries and basil together in the bottom of a glass
  • Add 1 oz of lemon juice, and your ice, then shake
  • After shaking, add 5oz of sparkling grapefruit juice and stir
  • Fill your desired glass with ice and strain your mixture over
  • Top your glass with sparkling mineral water
  • Garnish with a lemon, basil, strawberry, or all three!

4. Better Bedtime Mocktail for Any Trimester


  • 1 Tart Cherry Juice
  • 1 Seltzer water (your favorite flavor or plain)
  •  Ice


  • In a glass, fill halfway with ice
  • Pour in your tart cherry juice halfway
  •  Fill the rest with your seltzer water
  • Goodnight!


5. Spicy Marg Mocktail


  •  Tajin & Salt
  •  Ice
  •  1 Jalapeno (optional)
  •  1 tbs of Agave
  •  1-2 Limes
  •  1 Bottle of ZERO PROOF Tequila alternative
  •  1 Orange Poppi


  •  Grab a slice of your lime and rim it around your fanciest glass
  •  Cover rim of your glass with that Tajin and salt mixture, set it aside
  •  Of your choosing, in a shaker, add slices of a jalapeno to the bottom of your glass
  •  A big squeeze of agave (about 1-2 tablespoons) into the same glass
  •  Squeeze half of a lime into the same glass
  •  Muddle all ingredients above together
  •  1.5 oz of your zero proof tequila
  •  Add some ice and give it a nice shake
  •  Add some fresh ice into your Tajin and salt-covered glass and strain mixture on top
  •  Fill the rest of your glass with the orange Poppi
  •  Garnish with jalapeno, lime, or both!


6. Third Trimester Tea Raspberry Mocktail


  • 1 tsp. of Bottom of the 9th Herbal Tea (red raspberry tea and pregnancy  go hand in hand!)
  • 1 tsp. freshly squeezed lime juice
  •  1/4 cup raspberries
  •  3-4 fresh mint leaves
  •  1 1/2 oz. sparkling water
  •  1/4 tsp. simple syrup or favorite sweetener (optional)
  •   Ice


  • 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)
  • Muddle raspberries and mint in the bottom of your fanciest glass.
  • Mix fresh squeezed lime juice and sweetener (if you choose to)
  • Fill the glass with ice
  • Add your cooled steeped tea to the glass and fill to the top with sparkling water

7. Breastfeeding Herbal Tea Mo’ Milk Mojito


  • 1 tsp. of Lactation Herbal Tea  (breastfeeding and tea drinking  work together to create better lactation!)
  • 1 tbsp. Blackberries
  • 2 chopped strawberries
  • 3 chopped mint leaves
  • 1/2 tsp. lime juice
  • 1 1/2 oz sparkling water


  • In a strainer, brew half a cup of Lactation Tea for 1-2 minutes (or longer if you like it stronger).
  • In a cocktail glass muddle the berries and mint
  • Add ice, cooled Lactation Tea, lime juice, and sparkling water to a glass
  • Stir to combine. Garnish with a sprig of mint and some berries
  •  Ice 

8. Aperol Spritz Mocktail


  • 1 Sparkling water
  • 1 Bottle of Lyre’s Italian Spritz (non-alcoholic)
  • Optional: Additional fruit juices of your choosing


  • Fill a wine glass or balloon glass with ice
  • Pour 2 ounces of Lyre’s Italian Spritz into the glass
  • Top up the glass with sparkling water
  • Give it a gentle stir, garnish with a twist of citrus peel


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9. 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


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

We hope you Mama’s will enjoy this summer a little more with these yummy pregnancy mocktail recipes from using the most effective remedy for morning sickness, using our herbal tea that helps with lactation, and knowing labor prep tea benefits can be used in a Mama mocktail! Let us know if there is any at-home recipes you have made and would like to share with our Mom’s! Which recipe above sounds the best? We got our eyes on the virigin Aperol Spritz!

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