31 Fruity Mimosa Recipes for Your Best Brunch Ever

Start your day off right—with a mimosa!

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Time to pop open a bottle of champagne and celebrate! Here you'll find easy and delicious bubbly recipes for your next spring brunch with friends and family.

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peach melba mimosas
QUENTIN BACON
Peach Melba Mimosas

Berry + peach + champagne = mimosa perfection.

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grapefruit and rosemary mimosa
Jon Melendez
Grapefruit and Rosemary Mimosa

Fill up your glasses with this extra refreshing mimosa and top it off with elegant sprigs of rosemary.

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pear mimosas
ETHAN CALABRESE
Pear Mimosas

Keep it simple and classic with this no-fuss drink.

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mango mimosas
Courtesy of Holly Clegg
Mango Mimosas

Serve this two-ingredient cocktail with cubed mango skewers for an extra special touch.

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caramel apple mimosas
Jonathan Boulton
Caramel Apple Mimosas

Whether it's a beautiful autumn day or a Tuesday in February, this sweet cocktail is destined to impress. With cinnamon sugar around the rim, you'll get that burst of flavor with every sip.

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paloma mimosas
Courtesy of Crumb Kitchen
Paloma Mimosas

A quirky mix of the two classic drinks, this colorful cocktail combines tequila and grapefruit soda with champagne and grenadine, topped with slices of lime.

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pomegranate kombucha mimosa
Courtesy of The Real Food Dietitians
Pomegranate Kombucha Mimosa

Orange-flavored kombucha and pomegranate seeds give this mimosa its unique flavor. The best part: Each glass is only 100 calories!

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classic mimosas
Courtesy of Veuve Cliquot
Classic Mimosa

•1 ½ oz Fresh Squeezed Orange Juice

•1 ½ oz Tangerine Juice

•½ oz St. Germain

•4 oz chilled Veuve Clicquot

First add juices then St. Germain and Champagne.

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tangerine sorbet mimosas
Courtesy of Completely Delicious
Tangerine Sorbet Mimosa

Ice cream + booze = brunch nirvana.

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Cinnamon Pear Mimosas

Blogger Danae suggests heating up the pear juice and letting cinnamon sticks steep in it, then refrigerating overnight. Whipping up this delicious cocktail up the next morning will be a breeze.

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Courtesy of A Night Owl
Creamsicle Mimosas

Treat yourself at your next brunch with this sweet twist on a classic mimosa. With a small scoop of vanilla bean ice cream and a creamsicle base of orange juice, milk, and more ice cream (yum!), this dessert cocktail has won our hearts.

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Courtesy of Aberdeen's Kitchen
Sparkling Raspberry Lemon Mimosas

All you need is raspberry lemonade, champagne, and fresh sugared raspberries to create this elegant breakfast drink.

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Chelsea Lupkin
Strawberry Shortcake Mimosas

This delightful drink is part cocktail, part dessert for those days when you need to treat yourself. 

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Strawberry Mango Mimosas

For mornings when your fruit smoothie needs more of a kick, opt for this delightful strawberry mango mimosa. You can also make non-alcoholic ones with Sprite!

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Blackberry Mint Mimosa

This recipe ditches the citrus in flavor of blackberry juice and fresh mint, giving it a more intense fruity flavor.

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Tequila Sunrise Mimosas

If you're out of champagne but still craving mimosas, substitute tequila and add a splash of grenadine for that beautiful sunrise color.

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Courtesy of Diane A Broad
Watermelon Agua Fresca Mimosas

Make a watermelon agua fresca by blending chunks of watermelon to a pulp, and strain. Mix the remaining juice with lime and champagne.

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Courtesy of Wicked Spatula
Cranberry Orange Mimosa

Perfect for Easter, Christmas, and every holiday in between, this recipes takes the mimosa to a whole other level.

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Apple Cider Mimosas

Bring brunch into the fall season with Apple Cider Mimosas 

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Lindsay Funston
Pineapple Mimosa Slushies

Who says slushies are just for kids? This boozy beverage is a fun alternative to the simple orange juice and champagne pairing. 

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Pineapple Coconut Mimosa

One sip, and you'll be feeling the island breeze.

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Pineapple Strawberry Mimosa

Simple but refreshing, this mimosa combines pineapple and orange juice—top with a few slices of fresh strawberry for an extra fruity touch.

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Raspberry Cream Mimosa

Trust us, you won't be able to have just one of these tasty tipples.

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Mexican Pomegranate Mimosa

A little splash of tequila turns this mimosa into a festive cocktail .

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Pear Nectar and Thyme Mimosa

Woodsy thyme balances out the sweet taste of pear nectar in this mimosa recipe.

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Courtesy of Delish
Strawberry Mimosa

Calling all strawberry fans: This is the mimosa for you.

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Courtesy of Pizzazzerie
Cherry Mimosas

Tart cherries give this mimosa a flavorful punch that will make you pucker up.

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White Cranberry Mimosas

White cranberry juice gives this mimosa a sweet but tart flavor profile.

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Lemonade Mimosa with Blood Orange

Blood orange and champagne join forces to make your favorite warm weather drink even better.

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