Fresh Fruit Sparkling Mimosa

A few months ago, my daughter made a delicious drink for our family gathering. We couldn’t stop filling our glasses. This fresh fruit sparkling mimosa was so good that we finished it off.  Normally, we would have been drinking soda or a mixed drink. It just seems that this simple recipe is a little better option and it was a definite hit with everyone.

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Stretch Your Dollar

She made two variations. Some of us liked the recipe with the white sparkling juice and others liked the red sparkling juice version. No matter which one you prefer, this is a very easy recipe to make and it also helps stretch your dollar. Wine and champagne are expensive and the addition of the sparkling juice and fresh fruit helps the bottles go a bit further.

Easy Recipe Looks Great in Fancy Containers

I have had some beautiful etched glass containers for years. This is a great way to actually use them rather than let them collect dust. My glass container really shows off the mimosa and lets the freshness shine.

Glass Container for Mimosa

Here are some glass containers that would make great containers.

This glass container has a great country look.

We served the mimosa in wine glasses.

Glass Container for Mimosa

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Here are some beautiful wine glasses to show off your mimosa for your guests.









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Fresh Fruit Sparkling Mimosa Yum
Fresh Fruit Sparkling Mimosa
Course Beverage
Cuisine American
Prep Time 15 minutes
Servings
5 Oz. servings
Ingredients
Course Beverage
Cuisine American
Prep Time 15 minutes
Servings
5 Oz. servings
Ingredients
Fresh Fruit Sparkling Mimosa
Instructions
  1. Put all the ingredients in a beautiful large glass container or punch bowl. Give it a little stir to incorporate the ingredients. Use a ladle to scoop and fill the wine glasses. This will help make sure that your guests get some fresh fruit in each glass. I like the eat the fruit at the end of each glass before I fill up again. I like to do this approximately 1 hour before guests arrive to give the fruit time to infuse into the beverage.
Recipe Notes

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