Non Alcoholic Mulled Wine Safe for Pregnancy


Indulge in the season’s warmth with this easy, non alcoholic mulled wine recipe that’s pregnancy-safe without the boozy wine bit. This non-alcoholic mulled wine recipe is specially crafted for expecting moms and mums whilst also being a fun, festive drink kids will love. With just a few ingredients, it’s packed with vitamins and other goodness for a healthy pregnancy. Perfect for chilly evenings, it’s warming and creates an enchanting aroma, making it a festive treat that everyone can enjoy.

Benefits To Your Body

The oranges and cranberries in this non alcoholic mulled wine recipe provide plenty of immune-boosting, skin glowing vitamin C and antioxidants making you less prone to colds, flu and coughs. Cranberries may help prevent urinary tract infections, common in pregnancy and contribute to healthy skin and collagen production. Containing vitamin A, Cranberries help support good eyesight, too. Ginger is an excellent aid in easing nausea.

Non Alcoholic Mulled Wine Recipe

Serving: Makes 4
You can double, triple and quadruple the quantities to make more.

Prep Time: 2 minutes

Cooking Time: 20 minutes

Special Equipment:

A large pan or slow cooker


2 oranges
1 red apple
1 litre cranberry juice
2 cinnamon sticks
1 cm fresh piece of ginger
4 whole cloves
Nutmeg (pinch)
Handful of fresh or frozen cranberries (optional)

How to make:

  1. Slice one of the oranges and squeeze the other orange for the juice.
  2. Core the red apple and slice.
  3. Add all the ingredients, including the sliced orange and orange juice to the pan.
  4. Simmer for 20 minutes.
  5. Pour into glasses and enjoy!

Check out our other related post:

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