Welcome to your one-stop shop for all things related to mimosa recipes.
I’m talking OG OJ, pretty in pink strawberry, tutti frutti mango, and more!
From elegant bridal showers to low-key brunches, you’ll never go wrong with a sparkling mimosa.
And while I love the original recipe with orange juice, it’s nice to have some variety too.
That’s where these mimosa recipes come in!
They’re super colorful, wonderfully versatile, and all bubbly and delicious.
So whether you prefer something sweet, sour, or spiced, I know you’ll find a drink here to love.
25 Easy Mimosa Drink Recipes for A Fantastic Brunch
Before we get into all the fun flavors, let’s check out the classic mimosa.
It’s crisp and tangy with just a hint of sweetness (traditional mimosas are not overly sweet).
As with all classic mimosa recipes, this one is a simple mix of orange juice and Champagne (or Prosecco).
It’s the ultimate in fine brunch dining. However, it’s also perfect for hot summer days by the pool.
So start (or end) your day right with this simple, two-ingredient cocktail.
A strawberry mimosa takes the recipe for a mimosa and adds half a cup of fresh strawberries.
That makes it a little sweeter and a whole lot fruitier.
It also gives it an absolutely enchanting and pretty peachy color.
If Disney Princesses drank cocktails for brunch, this is the one they’d drink.
Are you a busy mom desperately needing a sweet treat with a boozy kick? If so, the MOMosa is for you.
It has all the flavor and buzz of a genuine mimosa.
However, the scoop of orange sherbet makes it an extra special treat. Add a few fresh berries for an even tastier cocktail.
Are you someone who likes their cocktails just a little sweeter? The raspberry mimosa may be a good option for you.
You’ll sweeten the recipe with honey, so it isn’t as dry as a typical mimosa.
Meanwhile, the raspberries are bright, tart, tangy, and sweet, and lend all those flavors to your drink.
Because you’ll do some blending and straining, this one takes about 15 minutes. Even so, the recipe yields eight drinks, so that’s not too bad overall.
Four-ingredient peach mimosas are another sweet and yummy option.
They feature a gorgeous peach-orange color and are delightfully fruity, thanks to the peach puree, peach nectar, and orange juice.
It’s so fruity, in fact, you’ll barely taste the alcohol. So sip slowly!
Anyone who’s as obsessed with mango as I am will go gaga for this fruity, tropical drink.
So break out this mimosa recipe if you’re headed to the beach or the pool. It works for either option.
Plus, it’s easy to customize to suit your tastes.
Use dry Champagne for a crisper, tangier flavor. Or use a sweeter one if you enjoy more sugary drinks.
If tart and tangy cocktails are your jam, you’ll love these Meyer lemon mimosas.
They look a bit different than most options on the list, but they taste just as spectacular.
They have a ton of bubbles, loads of lemony flavor, and a sugared rim for a kiss of sweetness.
They’re gorgeous, elegant, and ideal for more formal occasions.
Speaking of formal occasions: check out these pink lemonade mimosas. They look like something you’d find at a royal wedding or bridal shower.
Fortunately, you don’t need a special occasion to whip them up.
You’ll need pink lemonade, Prosecco, fresh berries, and lemon slices. Oh, and the desire to have a good time!
You can prepare four of them in about 2 minutes.
Of course, you may want to go ahead and make eight, 12, or 16 because no one will want to stop at just one.
Need a fun, festive drink for your next holiday party? How about this candy-cane delight?
The crushed candy cane rim is enough to get you in the Christmas spirit. And luckily, the drink is just as scrummy.
You’ll need peppermint vodka and clear Creme de Cacao for that bark taste. Then bubbly to add fizz.
It’s super simple, but will definitely put a smile on your face.
Nope, I didn’t forget about that other rare lemonade favorite: blueberry lemonade.
This recipe can help you make flawless blueberry mimosas.
They’re totally scrumptious and have the most vibrant, eye-catching color. Give them a try if you’re looking for cocktails that will turn heads.
These invigorating cocktails are a must-try for anyone who loves mimosas. They’re light and delicate, sweet and flowery.
They smell, look, and taste amazing, and you can serve them for practically any occasion.
Better yet, they’re a cinch to whip up. You should be able to prepare a tray in about 15 minutes.
12. Tiffany Mimosas
You may not have the budget for a new piece from Tiffany’s, but you can still bring that beautiful blue hue to your next party.
These vibrant, almost fluorescent mimosas will have everyone staring. And it’s the addition of Blue Curacao that makes them stand out in the crowd.
Fortunately, there’s more to them than just their appearance. They also taste incredible – sweetly tart with a lemonade base. Yum!
Looking for something festive for the holiday season? Check out these 2-ingredient cranberry mimosas.
All you’ll need is cranberry juice and sparkling wine.
Of course, you’ll want a sparkling sugar rim to make them look their best. A few fresh cranberries and a sprig of rosemary wouldn’t hurt, either.
14. Blushing Mimosas
These tasty mimosas get their name from their striking appearance.
The blend of pineapple juice, OJ, and grenadine, makes it look like your glass is blushing!
Some say they look like Tequila Sunrises or a ripening peach. But whatever you compare them to, these drinks are undoubtedly delectable.
They’re fruity, tropical, and not overly sweet. They make a lovely, yummy addition to any brunch table.
I love these pineapple mimosas for two reasons.
- I prefer pineapple juice to orange juice, so they taste better.
- Any cocktail with a kick of heat is a must-try in my book!
I mean, seriously. What’s not to love?
If you’d rather have that sweet pineapple tang without the spice, try this one instead.
You’ll still get the yummy flavor of a standard pineapple mimosa, but it’s much, much creamier!
And the decadent whipped topping? Divine.
Do you like the idea of a thicker, creamier mimosa but find pineapple too tart? Try adding heavy cream to your classic recipe.
It’s just as fruity as you’d expect with a nice, smooth, rich finish.
Light, tart, bright, and refreshing, the Dirty Shirley mimosa is downright delightful.
It’s the mimosa’s take on the traditional Dirty Shirley. (Which is the boozy take on the traditional Shirley Temple! We’re going down the rabbit hole here!)
It’s a little on the dry side, though the sour mix and grenadine help combat that.
But it’s not overly sweet. In fact, it leans closer to the side of outright sour than sweet. Still incredible, though.
These strawberry shortcake mimosas are some of the prettiest on the list. They’re also some of the sweetest and the strongest.
You won’t find any orange juice here. The only ingredient these share with regular mimosas is sparkling wine.
Beyond that, you’ll add strawberry ice cream (YUM!) and vanilla vodka, making them sweet, thick, creamy, and spectacularly delicious.
If you like piña coladas… and mimosas…
Okay, that’s not how the song goes exactly. But if you do like piña coladas and mimosas, you’ll love these four-ingredient cocktails.
They have plenty of sweet, tropical piña colada flavor, but they’re also bubbly and bright, like a mimosa.
They’re a terrific drink for escaping to your favorite island paradise.
Do you prefer a fall bonfire to the beach? If so, you aren’t alone.
I make some of my favorite drinks and desserts in the autumn. And these apple cider mimosas are always on my list.
They’re a simple combination of cider and Champagne. You can add some apple slices and sparkling sugar for aesthetics, but you don’t have to.
These cocktails taste so fantastic that they don’t have to look good. They’re sure to become a new fall favorite if they aren’t already.
Pomegranate mimosas are another spectacular choice for Christmas parties.
They look very similar to the cranberry mimosas above. But these are noticably sweeter, tangier, and slightly less bittersweet.
And with fewer than 100 calories per serving, they’re definitely hard to turn down.
Is there anything more quintessentially summery than watermelon mimosas?
After all, those two things are both summer staples. Put them together, and WOW!
It’s like you bottled summer and poured it straight into your glass.
These light, fresh drinks will be everyone’s choice to cool down when the weather gets warm.
Grapefruits are somewhat polarizing.
Everyone knows how nutritious they are, but that doesn’t stop some people from hating them.
They have this bittersweet flavor that’s skewed more toward the bitter side. And that’s noot always pleasant
If you do enjoy them, though, you’ll appreciate these grapefruit mimosas.
They have a ton of grapefruit flavor and lots of bubbly goodness. Plus a hint of refreshing mint.
They’re an excellent choice for an after-dinner palate cleanser.
Fruity and flowery – that’s what you’ll get with green pear mimosas.
They flawlessly blend elderflower liqueur, Prosecco, and pear nectar, transforming them into a light and delicate drink that’s sweet but not too sweet.
In other words, they’re kind of perfect. So if you love pears as much as I do, you’ll definitely appreciate this recipe.
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