Christmas mimosa recipes

Is it ever too early to start drinking during the holiday season? It’s 5 o’clock somewhere right!? In this post, I’m sharing some Christmas mimosa recipes that I tried and tested for you all… These 3 recipes require a handful of ingredients, most of which you probably already have in your kitchen.

Creamsicle mimosa

I was expecting this one to be my favourite but it was actually my least favourite out of the 3. Don’t get me wrong, it tasted good but the texture was a bit too creamy for my taste. If you’re looking for a mimosa recipe that doesn’t taste too much like prosecco then I would go with this one.

Ingredients
  • Prosecco
  • Orange juice
  • Double cream
  • Sugar
  • Orange slice

Use an orange slice and go around the edge of the glass, then dip it in sugar (You can skip this step although I wouldn’t as the sugar makes this mimosa taste way better).

Combine the double cream and orange juice in a separate glass, make sure it’s mixed properly and has a smooth texture. Pour a bit of that mixture at the bottom of your champagne flute and top with prosecco. Add a slice of orange to the rim and voila!

Apple cider mimosa

Now be careful with this one! It tastes so good and can easily be drunk quickly…next thing you know you’ve had the whole bottle of prosecco.

Ingredients
  • Prosecco
  • Ground cinnamon
  • Cloudy apple juice or Apple cider
  • Sugar
  • Lemon juice

Mix the ground cinnamon and sugar in a small plate or bowl. Rim your champagne glass with the lemon juice and then dip it in the cinnamon-sugar mixture you’ve just made.

Pour some of the cloudy apple juice and top up with prosecco. It’s really up to you how much apple juice to prosecco ratio you want to go with.

Christmosa

This Christmosa not only tasted great but looked like Christmas in a champagne flute. You could also substitute the pomegranate for frozen cranberries to make it even more seasonal.

Ingredients
  • Prosecco
  • Sparkling white grape juice
  • Apple
  • Pomegranate seeds

Start by cutting your apple into small cubes. Add them to your champagne flute as well as a few pomegranate seeds.

Pour in about a shot of the sparkling white grape juice and top with prosecco, super simple!

I hope you all get to try these Christmas mimosa recipes yourselves as they really did taste amazing and definitely put me in a Christmas mood. If you do end up making these, feel free to tag me on Instagram and let me know which one was your favourite. For more Holiday recipes click here!

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