I know it’s still freezing outside in some areas, but for others, spring is right around the corner! It seems like the appropriate time to share some of my favorite mimosa recipes that you can try for your next girls day, baby shower, bridal shower, or Mother’s Day social.
I am on a super low carb diet, and thankfully most champagnes are low in carbs. With almost all of these recipes, I would only add a splash of the juices and flavors, or try to use lower sugar options.
Favorite Mimosa Recipes
- Moscow Mule-Mosa– This is a play on a traditional orange juice and champs mimosa. I love the addition of ginger beer, because it gives it even more of a sparkle, and a less sweet flavor profile. You can also find ginger beer that has low or no added sugars, which is a bonus. Throw in some lime, and you are good to go!
- Grapefruit Lime Mimosa– This is going to be a more tart and bright form of a mimosa. I use just a splash of grapefruit juice, line the rim with lime juice and a grapefruit wedge, and you have a beautiful (and delicious) mimosa.
- Mimosa Punch– Listen… this recipe is not for the faint of heart. However, if you are making a large batch for a party, this is the way to do it. Add one full bottle of Brut Champagne or Prosecco, one bottle of good vodka, Diet Ginger-ale (maybe half of a two liter), some orange juice, and strawberries and raspberries for garnish. DELICIOUS.
- Traditional Mimosa, Splash Cran– I know, it sounds super basic, but that small addition of cranberry juice really changes the acidy levels and the entire flavor of your cocktail. I always use real cranberry juice or Diet, so there are hardly any sugars added. I saw this recipe where they added coconut to the rim, and I feel like that would be delicious!
What is your favorite kind of mimosa? Are you more of a champagne splash juice or a 50/50 mix?
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*Cheers to all of the bubbly*