So we all know that alcohol is a suggested no-no during pregnancy. There is some debate around a cheeky glass of red a couple of times a week but the hardtack liquor found in the likes of cocktails is not likely a good idea.
Which is why mocktails have become a great favourite among pregnant women who like to participate in the social aspect of drinking without compromising their baby in any way.
Mocktails, or mock cocktails – those that do not contain any alcohol, are great for serving the entire family and a nice alternative for party guests who prefer not to drink alcohol.
More and more bars and restaurants seem to be including mocktails on the menu, as the trend grows in popularity. But if a home-grown party is on the cards, or perhaps a baby shower, impart.com’s 50+ Most Popular Mocktail app is a must!
The app includes more than 50 ‘most popular’ cocktail recipes with simple steps and a very clear list of ingredients.
The obvious idea behind mocktails is to simply leave the alcohol out of regular cocktail drinks – the rum out of a Pina Colada, the vodka from a Harvey Wallbanger and the Tequila out of a Margarita – which usually works.
But there times when removing the alcohol makes the drink kind of boring and so other ingredients need to be added to spice things up a little, making the mocktail super yum. This is where the mocktail app comes in handy.
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