Not that you need an excuse to make a batch of mimosas or anything, but this Sunday does happen to be Mother's Day. Traditionally, the mimosa is one part champagne and one part orange or other citrus juice. The following nine mimosas take the classic to another level of yum. So dust off those tall champagne flutes and get ready to toast mom on her special day.
Simply Real Moms skipped store-bought juice and added fruit puree to the champagne instead for incredibly delicious and healthier results.
There is absolutely no need to wait for autumn to come around to enjoy a few glasses of this simple cocktail. The Cookie Rookie mixes champagne with apple cider for a concoction that is as pretty as it is delicious.
Eat 2 Be Healthy purees strawberries adds them to chilled champagne. Easy Peasy!
Laylita's Recipes adds freshly squeezed mandarin juice instead of regular OJ, as well as orange liqueur, to chilled champagne or sparkling wine. Oh, my, yes. We do think we'll have some of that.
Confections of a Foodie Bride whipped up these pretty pink mimosas made with Prosecco and Texas grapefruit.
The Glitter Guide went all out with this bold mimosa, foregoing the usual orange juice for pear nectar and then adding some herbal magic with thyme.
Wine and Glue starts by throwing some raspberries in a champagne flute, then mashes up the raspberries, pours in some orange-infused simple syrup and sweet champagne over them, topping with orange juice. So pretty. So good.
You can't have a sunrise without a sunset. A Cup Full of Sass flips the script and pours champagne in a flute, then pours in some orange juice, topping with a splash of raspberry syrup.
Big Bear's Wife's secret to this refreshing mimosa is frozen peaches. She fills the champagne flute with them first, pours in a little pineapple juice, then pours in a bit of pineapple OJ and tops it off with some champagne.