9 delicious caffeine-free hot drinks for mums to be

9 caffeine-free winter drinks to keep you warm | Mum's Grapevine

Warming up in winter takes no time at all when you’re cuddling your morning cup of coffee. But for mums-to-be who are steering clear of caffeine, finding a hot drink with the same hug-in-a-mug feel is harder than it sounds.

To help keep you (and your bump) toasty during the colder months, we’ve hunted down a stack of delicious caffeine-free hot drinks for you to make at home.

Here are 9 cups of joy to warm you up when you’re off the coffee.

Exotic gold

Golden turmeric milk with saffron

Start your day with a cup of saffron gold milk. The sun may not be shining outside but we guarantee this turmeric blend will have you beaming in seconds.

An apple a day

Mulled apple juice

Wind down on winter nights with a mug of mulled apple juice. The delicious combination of star anise, cloves, honey and ginger packs a mighty flavour punch.

Super food, super drink

Maca hot chocolate recipe

This rich and delicious hot cacao gets a superfood boost from a pinch of mood-boosting maca. Like we needed any more reasons to dive right in.

Beet the blues

Warm beetroot juice

Crammed with vitamins and nutrients, slurping a cup of warming beet juice is sure to give you that ‘pick-me-up’ without an ounce of caffeine in sight.

Add a little spice

Spiced Hot Almond Milk Drink

It’s frothy, flavourful and a little bit fierce (thanks cayenne pepper!). We’re loving everything about this spiced almond milk


Cosy with carrots

Warm carrot and apple juice

Don’t knock it til you’ve tried it. A glass of warm apple and carrot drink will tick all your winter wish lists.

Tastes like Christmas

Gingerbread latte recipe

Take your senses to the land of snow with a healthy take on the gingerbread latte. The clever addition of cacao butter creates a heavenly silky smooth texture – yum!

Gut-loving broth

A warming cup of homemade bone broth

Drinking bone broth has wide range of benefits. It’s high in mineral content, helps ease gut inflammation and is a fantastic source of protein. The fact that it’s ridiculously tasty is just an added bonus.

Freshen up

Peppermint tea

It may seem simple, but steeping a bunch of fresh mint in boiling water releases natural sweetness you can’t get from a conventional tea bag. Homemade peppermint tea for the win!

Looking for more recipes to keep you cosy this winter? Check out our 10 warming porridge recipes to make tummies smile.

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Caffeine-free hot drinks for winter