15 Mimosa Recipes For Easter Brunch

15 Mimosa Recipes

Easter brunch is only days away, and if you’re like us, you are probably still working on the last-minute details! One staple that is a must for any brunch is a mimosa, and this year, we can’t wait to mix it up a bit with a fresh take on this classic drink. From strawberries and grapefruit to carrots (after all, it is Easter), we’ve rounded up some of the best (and delicious) mimosa mixtures we’ve come across this season. So, hop on over to the recipes featured below and pick one or two to serve at your Easter brunch this year.

Mimosa Cubes: Freeze up your favorite fruit juices and serve these pretty drinks on Easter.

Blood Orange Mimosa: Just a slight twist on the classic, this recipe calls for freshly squeezed blood oranges.

Fresh Fruit Mimosa: This mimosa has us yearning for warmer weather.

Grapefruit Mimosa: Mmmm…fresh grapefruit juice and orange slices!

Watermelon Mimosa: We are obsessed with the cute ice cubes in this mimosa.

Apple Cider Mimosa: You can’t go wrong with apple cider and bourbon!

Peach Mimosa: A double dose of peach makes this mimosa a sweet choice.

Orange Rose Mimosa: Try adding a bit of rose water to your traditional mimosa for a floral treat.

Orange Sorbet Mimosa: Make your own sorbet and add it to a glass of bubbly for a refreshing cocktail.

Strawberry Grapefruit Mimosa: This mimosa is almost too pretty to drink.

Clementine and Rosemary Mimosa: Though a bit more involved, this herbal-infused mimosa has definitely earned a spot on our list of must-try drinks.

Carrot Mimosa: Yes, you heard us right! Perfect for an Easter brunch if we do say so!

Menning Mimosa: These mimosas pack a punch, thanks to a splash of Grand Marnier!

Strawberry Lemon Basil Mimosa: For a drink that is as refreshing and delicious as it is beautiful.

The Perfect Mimosa: Sometimes it’s best to stick with the original!

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Author: Caitlin Kruse