Looking for the perfect brunch drink? These Raspberry Mimosas are easy to make and you can make them with or without alcohol for a Mimosa drink everyone can enjoy.
I am wanting to make Mother’s Day fun this year so I have been testing out different drink ideas. I have fallen in love with this easy Raspberry Mimosas recipe. I have tested it with different alcoholic and non-alchoholic options to make it the best mimosa recipe that can be enjoyed by all.
My plan is to have a fun and tasty Mother’s Day brunch and this Mimosa drink recipe is perfect. I wanted something that would be pretty and I love how these easy mimosas look in a champagne flute.
I love that you can see bits of the fresh raspberries floating in it and the colors that happen when you combine the ingredients. I am excited for us all to have tasty Mimosa drinks on Mother’s Day.
Looking for More Mother’s Day Brunch recipes? Check these out!
- Blueberry Pancakes
- Homemade Pancakes
- Brown Sugar Bacon
- Chocolate covered cherries
- Blueberry Bread
- Chocolate Covered Strawberries
- Biscuits and sausage gravy
- Ham and cheese omelet
- Breakfast Charcuterie Board
- breakfast casserole
Can I use frozen raspberries?
Yes, you can use frozen raspberries when making this mimosa drink recipe however, you will need to thaw them out beforehand.
How to Make non-alcoholic Raspberry Mimosas
If you want to make these Raspberry Mimosas a virgin mimosa you can easily. Just use sparkling water or sparkling cider instead of champagne.
Is a Raspberry Mimosas sweet?
This Raspberry mimosa is on the sweet side due to the fresh fruit and orange juice. It will be sweeter if you use champagne so to keep the sweetness down stick with less sweet champagne or sparkling wine. I suggest going with a sparkling wine over a champagne if you don’t want them super sweet.
What is the best champagne for mimosas?
I don’t suggest going crazy on champagne since you are hiding most of the flavors under the fruit and orange juice. I like to stick with a cheaper sparkling wine over champagne when I am making them. If you are wanting to use a champagne stick with a dry one. Dry champagne is not sweet which is ok when making mimosas because you will get plenty of sweetness from the orange juice.
I personally like to use Gran Campo Viejo as I think it is the perfect pairing with the orange juice and raspberries.
What type of glass do you use for Mimosas?
When making and serving mimosas you want to use champagne flutes.
How to Make a large Batch of Raspberry Mimosas
This recipe will make a single raspberry mimosa but if you are wanting to make a large batch to be able to pour into glasses use a glass pitcher. In a bowl crush the raspberries and then spoon them into the bottom of each glass.
In a glass pitcher add the champagne, sparkling wine, sparkling water or sparkling cider and orange juice and stir.
When it is time to serve, pour the mixture into the glasses with the mashed raspberries in them.
Raspberry Mimosas Ingredients
- 5 raspberries
- 2 ounces champagne, sparkling wine, sparkling water or sparkling cider
- 2 ounces orange juice
How to Make Raspberry Mimosas
Place your raspberries into the bottom of your champagne glass; use the backside of a wooden spoon and gently smush the raspberries to make a puree.
Pour the champagne into the glass and allow the foam to settle down.
Top it off with the orange juice.
Stir the drink to combine.
Easy Raspberry Recipes
- 5 raspberries
- 2 ounces champagne sparkling wine, sparkling water or sparkling cider
- 2 ounces orange juice
- Place your raspberries into the bottom of your champagne glass; use the backside of a wooden spoon and gently smush the raspberries to make a puree.
- Pour the champagne into the glass and allow the foam to settle down.
- Top it off with the orange juice and stir the drink to combine.
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