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5 Fruity drinks for Mother’s Day brunch

Whitney Coy is a freelance writer and editor based in Columbus, OH, where she lives with her husband and two daughters. She writes frequently for SheKnows, as well as several other websites. She writes on topics including parenting, trav...

Serve up something fruity

No Mother’s Day brunch is complete without something fruity to wash down all that yummy food. These fruity drinks are the perfect complement to any menu. Make a double batch — you’re going to need it!
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Raspberry peach iced tea

Raspberry peach iced tea

Iced tea is perfect for any meal, but the peach and raspberry twist to this drink will please every palate. This isn’t your ordinary fruity tea — the fruit is pureed before it’s added, giving your tea an undeniable fruity spin.

Get the recipe for raspberry peach iced tea here >>

2

Watermelon and strawberry lemonade

Watermelon and strawberry lemonade

You’ve probably added berries to your lemonade, but have you ever considered adding watermelon? Give it a try, and you’ll never drink plain old lemonade again.

Get the recipe for watermelon and strawberry lemonade >>

3

Party punch

Party punch

The citrus flavors of this punch make it perfect for a gathering early in the day, but the club soda gives it the sparkle you need to make it a party.

Get the recipe for party punch >>

4

Fruity pink moscato wine chillers

Fruity pink moscato wine chillers

Mother’s Day calls for a girly drink, and you can’t any girlier than a pitcher of this pretty pink concoction. Bottoms up, Mom!

Get the recipe for fruity pink moscato wine chillers >>

5

Blackberry basil margarita

Blackberry basil margarita

Margaritas are expected when you have a gathering of ladies, but they won’t expect this crazy flavor twist. Skip the strawberries, and opt for blackberry add-ins, instead. Mom will love it, and so will you.

Get the recipe for blackberry basil margarita >>

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