This strawberry mimosa recipe is made with fresh squeezed orange juice and pureed strawberries. It is a delicious and festive drink perfect for Sunday brunch or any holiday. It can be made with champagne or as a mocktail with non-alcoholic champagne or sparkling cider.
It’s hard to believe, but Christmas is just 2 days away! I have been scrambling to get all of my shopping done over the past week, but I am finished. So, now it is time to start preparing for Christmas morning breakfast. It is always such a busy time, so I like to prepare something the night before like my Vegetarian Breakfast Casserole that can be popped into the oven the next morning.
I also love making this Strawberry Mimosa Recipe to serve with breakfast. It is so easy to make! I make it with champagne for the adults and with sparkling cider for the kids. It is always a huge hit at Christmas or any special occasion.
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What is in the Strawberry Mimosa Recipe?
There are just 3 ingredients in the strawberry mimosa recipe:
- Champagne (or Sparkling Cider)
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How do I make the Strawberry Mimosas?
First, cut the oranges in half and press them over a juicer.
Then, remove any seeds and set juice aside. If you do not like pulp in your juice, pour it over a fine mesh strainer with a large bowl underneath of it.Next, wash and dry the strawberries. Cut the tops off of the berries and hull the insides.
Chop the strawberries in half and place them in a food processor or blender. At this point, you can add a little sugar if desired for extra sweetness. Pulse the strawberries at first.
Then, blend on low speed moving to high speed until they are pureed.
Evenly divide the strawberry puree into 4 champagne flutes.
Add the champagne or sparkling cider to the halfway point in the flutes.
Then, top with the fresh squeezed orange juice.
Add a strawberry to the rim of the glass and whatever other garnishes you like and enjoy!
What is the best way to prepare these without alcohol?
As I mentioned above, I use sparkling cider in place of champagne for the kids. However, there are several excellent kinds of non-alcoholic champagnes available. A few examples are:
- Sutter Home FRE Brut Non-alcoholic Champagne Wine
- Chateau De Fleur Non-alcoholic Sparkling Wine Champagne
- St Regis Sparkling Brut (Non Alcoholic Wine)
- Zero Zero Deluxe Sparkling
What are the best garnishes to use?
I used half of a strawberry and cut a slit in it to place on the edges of the flutes.Then, I added a small piece of orange and 2 mint leaves. However, you can use anything that you like or nothing at all! These strawberry mimosas are beautiful all on their own.
Strawberry Mimosa Recipe
- Brut Champagne chilled
- 8-10 medium-sized oranges
- 1 lb strawberries
- Sugar optional
- Orange Slices
- Cut oranges in half and press over an orange juicer. Then, remove any seeds.
- * If you do not like pulp in your orange juice, pour over a fine mesh strainer with a large bowl underneath.
- Set juice aside.
- Wash and dry strawberries.
- Cut the tops off the strawberries and hull the insides.
- Chop the strawberries in half and place in a food processor or blender.
- Add sugar if desired, for extra sweetness.
- Begin by pulsing the strawberries, and then blend on low speed, moving to high speed until the strawberries are blended into a puree, stopping and scraping down the sides as needed.
- Evenly divide the puree into 4 champagne flutes.
- Add champagne to the halfway point in the glass.
- Top with fresh squeezed orange juice.
- Then, top with sliced strawberries on the rim of each glass.
- Add extra garnishes like mint leaves or orange slices, as desired. Enjoy!
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So Tell Me…
Are you ready for Christmas? What is your favorite thing to make for Christmas breakfast? Have you ever made strawberry mimosas?
Do you enjoy cocktail recipes? Give this Refreshing Cucumber Melon Vodka Cocktail a try!
Thank you so much for stopping by. As always, I would love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below. Have a Merry Christmas!