Every mom should get a pretty drink on Mother’s Day, and with these beautiful booze-free Mother’s Day drinks, even pregnant and breastfeeding moms can drink away.
Lemon and Lime-Ade Mother’s Day Drinks
Herbs, fruits, vegetables, and sparkling mixers can turn a simple lemonade or limeade into a fancy Morther’s Day drink fit for a queen.
This lavender lemonade is the very first mocktail I ever made, when we moved into our new home and I decided to plant some lavender. The floral notes of the lavender give a bright and unexpected finish to each sip of this cheerful lemonade.
This beautiful blueberry meyer lemon fizz from my friends Todd and Diane combines so many incredible flavors into one gorgeous mocktail.
This raspberry lemonade fizz uses strained raspberry syrup made with frozen raspberries, but I think it would be really beautiful if you didn’t strain it, and would save a little time as well.
Cucumber, basil, and lime give this fizzy mocktail fresh garden flavors. I like my mocktails more on the tart and aromatic side, so I’d cut the sugar in half for this recipe.
This dye-free pink lemonade slushy looks like summer in a tall frosty glass. I’ve never tried watermelon lemonade, but I think I’m sold!
If a slushy isn’t your style, this watermelon lemonade blends watermelon and lemon together, then strains it to make a juice.
This lemonade is also naturally pink by muddling fresh cherries. I love the picture she paints of drinking this lemonade during the corn harvest with a sexy farmer!
Sparkling Mother’s Day Drinks
Whether you call them spritzers, or a fizz there are all sorts of ways to make sparkling Mother’s Day drinks without the champagne.
This recipe includes options for a raspberry lemon sparkler and a pomegranate blood orange sparkler, using sorbet in a Bellini style drink worthy of a fancy glass.
Sage is a fantastic herb that can grow all year long in many areas. It’s also pretty sturdy so I love the idea of candying it for a garnish in this pretty sparkling drink!
I used sparkling apple cider and mango sorbet to make this simple alcohol free Bellini for SheKnows. But you could also mix it up using whatever flavor of sparkling cider you prefer.
I love the combination of rosemary and sage, and they’ve got to pair incredibly with the red grapefruit in this sparkling seltzer mocktail.
Mother’s Day Mocktails
Serve up these pretty Mother’s Day drinks in cocktail glasses and no one would suspect they’re actually alcohol free.
This cute appletini mocktail was actually a naturally green juice I made for St. Patricks Day. But it would make a great alcohol free appletini for mom that’s perfect for serving with breakfast in bed.
This passion fruit mocktail will make mom feel like she’s gone straight to Hawaii. If you can’t find fresh passion fruit, try substituting passion fruit nectar and skipping the sugar in the recipe.
Blackberries and mint are a really fun combo, so I would also add a few sprigs of mint to the syrup with the blackberries to punch up the flavor.
Not only is this mocktail made with tongue tingling fresh ginger, but the post includes the sweet story of how Sarah’s husband proposed!
Mojitos are one of the easiest cocktails to turn into a mocktail because you can play with so many different flavors. I’ve never tried on with peach but this looks right up my alley and is definitely going on my must have list!
Rosemary simple syrup and fresh grapefruit juice make this mocktail a Mother’s Day drink that seems perfect for breakfast in bed.
Here’s another mojito mocktail for you, this time with fresh cranberries and cranberry juice.
This mocktail sounds like it will take me right back to Hawaii with every sip. It’s a vacation in a glass!
This mojito uses cucumbers for a garden fresh version of a minty mocktail. She also includes the measurements for rum if you want to do a boozy version another time.
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