If there’s any worthwhile excuse to treat myself to¬†a fun drink¬†with dinner, it’s Valentine’s Day, the day when calories don’t count and we can eat chocolate for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. So in honor of all things sweet, I’ve found 6 fun pink cocktails and mocktails¬†to help you celebrate V-Day, whether you’re toasting¬†with your kids, your partner, or your friends. We hope you enjoy these festive drinks and feel the love this weekend.

Top: Rosé Slushie recipe | Style Me Pretty

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Pink Cocktails We Love

A bright, bubbly drink to toast Valentine's Day | Raspberry Moscato recipe at Create Celebrate Explore

I love the crisp, sparkling¬†flavor of a good moscato, and this¬†Raspberry Moscato¬†recipe by Tonya Staab is¬†perfect¬†for Valentine’s Day with its¬†fun heart-shaped ice cubes. If you’re like me and try to avoid artificial sweetener,¬†skip the Sweet ‘n Low in the recipe and use a 1/2 teaspoon ¬†of real sugar or honey instead. (Hint: You can find the heart ice-cube trays at our affiliate Amazon.)


How fun is this playful, sweet pink cocktail for Valentine's Day? | Rosé Slushy recipe at Style Me Pretty

Grown up slushies are so much fun, right? You need to plan ahead to freeze the wine, but other than that, this¬†Ros√© Slushie recipe¬†at Style Me Pretty¬†couldn’t be simpler, and made with one of my favorite liqueurs, too. Add some strawberries and chocolate for dipping on the side and you’ve got¬†the easiest Valentine’s dessert ever.


Drinks with the girls for Valentine's Day? These Thyme Pink Grapefruit Greyhounds at Freutcake are the perfect pink cocktail.

If you don’t have a romantic date¬†planned this year, celebrate with friends instead and make a big batch of these¬†Thyme and Pink Grapefruit Greyhounds at Freutcake, where you’ll learn how to infuse the classic cocktail with a mild, herbal thyme flavor that sounds pretty near perfect. These look pretty, and surely taste even yummier.

Related: 11 outrageous Valentine’s treats that are more creative than a box of chocolates

Pink Mocktails We Love Too!

Yum! Amp up your Valentine's Day lunch with this bright pink mocktail: Hibiscus, Lemongrass, Basil and Honey Sweet Tea | Half Baked Harvest

Teighan’s¬†Hibiscus, Lemongrass, Basil and Honey Sweet Iced Tea at Half Baked Harvest is full of antioxidants, and she says it even gives her an energy boost¬†when she drinks it. Perfect so you can make it through the class parties at your kids’ school and still have plenty of¬†energy left for date night.


A fun, very pink, after-dinner Valentine's Day treat for the kids! | Chia Pudding with Tart Guava Ice at Design Love Fest

Though not exactly a drink, I’m loving this recipe for¬†Chia Seed Pudding with Tart Guava Ice¬†at Design Love Fest. It’s a fun, low-sugar, after-dinner treat for your kids on Valentine’s Day. Because a chocolate-induced Valentine’s evening¬†sugar crash is no fun when you’re trying to head out the door to celebrate.


Treat your kids on Valentine's Day with this Strawberry Sweetheart Cocoa at Two Peas and a Pod. So fun!

If you’re of the mind that no amount of sugar is too much on Valentine’s Day, then skip the chia business and whip up these¬†Strawberry Sweetheart Cocoas at Two Peas and Their Pod. If you think that food coloring is what gives these their color, guess again. Check out the genius recipe‚ÄĒperfect for a Valentine’s family¬†movie night‚ÄĒfor the secret.

Related: 6 must-try clean chocolate desserts for Valentine’s Day. Because sugar comas aren’t sexy.

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