These next two weeks are dedicated to Romance in honor of Valentine’s Day. So since this is a family blog I am sharing these Romantic Mocktail Drink recipes for your spouse and family.
We set aside some alone time during the holiday, but we do spend quite a bit of time with our children. I try to include some fun for them in the things we do.
My daughter loves it when she gets to have a fun mocktail like a Shirley Temple when we go out to eat.
This month is also about staying on a budget while celebrating love in our household. So I have to be pretty creative with all my ideas.
Romantic Mocktail Recipes
Cranberry Kiss Mocktail from 3 Boys and a Dog
Lipton Tea and Sangria Mocktail from Flour on the Face
Apple Cider Slushie from Real Kitchen and Beyond
Healthy Frozen Fruit Punch from Jeanette’s Healthy Living
Shirley Temple Recipe from Recipe Boy
Raspberry Mojito from Unexpected Elegance
Watermelon Limeade from Were Parents
Blueberry Limeade from Ciao Florentina
Mai Tai Mocktail from Cupcake Diaries
Grapefruit Ginger Mocktail from Lauren Caris Cooks
You don’t have to wait until February to try some of these ideas. Surprise your spouse or family, any time of the year and plan a surprise picnic in the living room or if it’s spring or summer in the backyard, and bring a basket of food, some romantic music and of course some chocolate covered strawberries.
Make sure you visit our recent posts in our Romantic Valentine’s Day Series and pin to your Valentines and Romance Boards:
14 Days of Romance and Love in February
- Romantic Movies for Valentines Day
- Romantic Mocktail Drinks
- Valentine’s Day 14 things I love about you printable
- Romantic Date Night Gift Basket
- Red Velvet Oreo Poke Cake
- Hugs and Kisses Printable
- Red Velvet Fudge
- Red Velvet Desserts that speak love
- Red Pink and White Valentine’s Mantel
- Fun ways to celebrate Valentine’s Day as a Family
- Berry Delicious Nachos
- Valentines Day Free Printable
- Chocolate Dipped and Decorated Pretzels
- Red Velvet Pancakes
So pretty, Candi! Stopping by from Flashback Friday and pinning to Pinterest!
Candi Elm says
Thanks for stopping by. Have a great week.
Rose Atwater says
When I was little, I used to enjoy being included with the “adult” drinks as well. I didn’t like feeling singled out due to being little, I just wanted what everybody else had! Thanks for linking up with delicious dishes recipe party!