Fun Non-Alcoholic Drinks for Pregnant Women

Skip the booze, but keep the fancy glass and straw.
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ByPaula Kashtan
Updated
Apr 2017
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We asked our readers for fun drink ideas that are safe for baby. Here’s what they said…

“Mixed drinks are always good because you can order them virgin — pina coladas, daquiris, etc.” — NYPD wife

“Cranberry juice with a lime — hold the vodka!” — vivivoom

“I’ve been asking to bartender to just ‘make something good’ without alcohol and have been getting some really amazing drinks. Bartenders can be really creative.” — wanitten

“I used to get gin and tonic with lime, so I now just minus the gin!” — kitty22

“If you like pomegranate juice, you can mix it with some Perrier or Pellegrino and it looks really pretty and bubbly.” — trophywife

“Parties I’ve gone to have offered cranberry juice and Sprite mixed — very colorful, and it’s delicious.” — ryananderin04

“Sparkling white grape juice with fruit puree looks and tastes pretty much like a Bellini or a Kir Royale.” — TamaraS

“I absolutely LOVE pomegranate juice and Reed’s Extra Ginger Ginger Ale. It’s so sparkly and nummy! In a wine or champagne flute, it’s pretty and almost festive enough for the real thing!” — nkintzel

“I was at a party that had a punch with sherbet in it, and they mixed sparkling grape juice with Sprite too. Both were really good!” — Dressage99

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