Sometimes, a simple mimosa is just what you need to add to a perfect brunch. Rather than the traditional champagne and orange juice, have you thought of using other juices or fruit drinks? If you prefer non-alcoholic drinks, the recipe can be easily adjusted. These four delicious mimosas for brunch are all two ingredients, making them quick and easy to make, but they all pack a lot of great flavor!
Mimosa recipes can be made with a variety of juices or fruit drinks and using sparkling wine like a sweet Moscato d’asti is a more budget friendly than champagne.
If you prefer your mimosa to be non-alcoholic, substitute the wine with ginger ale. You’ll still get the bubbly look when you pour, but it can be served to all guests.
Four Delicious Mimosas
Make a variety of delicious mimosas for your next brunch.
- 1 Bottle Moscato d’Asti
- 2 to 4 Cups Juice or Fruit Drink Try Peach, Tangerine Lemonade, Pineapple/Orange, or Pineapple Juice
Using a champagne flute, fill it one-half to two-thirds of the way full with sparkling wine or ginger ale. Top with juice or fruit drink.
Garnish with fruit if desired.
Adjust ratio of juice to wine as preferred.
For these mimosas, we used Pineapple/Orange Juice, Tangerine Lemonade, Pineapple Juice, and my favorite, Simply Peach.
Add a colored pick to the top of the glass and let your guests know what flavor matches each color. I also added a fun flamingo party pick.
If you’d prefer to let your guest serve themselves, use drink dispensers. I found these at the Dollar Tree and they matched the Flamingo decor I had out for the party. Use some small chalkboard labels to note the flavor.
While I’ve always enjoyed a champagne and orange juice mimosa, using a variety of drink/juice flavors just adds a little more fun to my brunch.
Do you have a favorite mimosa? Tell us about it in the comments!
For an easy brunch recipe that’s sure to please a crowd, try our French Toast Bake.
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