If you’ve been keeping up with the blog, you’ll know that I’ve been really getting into the fall mood. Last week, I published a fall rum punch that literally hugged my in-laws’ taste buds. That’d be perfect for any upcoming fall parties on your social calendar. Today, I wanted to show you this fall mimosa recipe that I came up with which is a great brunch or girl’s day cocktail. I’m sure you can tell by now that I absolutely love my cocktails. Dealing with terrible two’s has me appreciating mommy time after Dominic goes to bed. I’m sure other toddler moms can relate…. Anywhooo, this recipe was easy peasy and pretty budget friendly. Perfect to put you in the fall mood!
Fall Mimosa Recipe Featuring Cook’s Champagne
Mimosas are so light and tasteful but have a bit of punch in every glass which I love. Sometimes it’s too early to drink liquor and you don’t want to get bloated off of a beer. That’s when mimosas are perfect. Usually, I just add cranberry juice or orange juice to create my mimosa. But, these days I’ve been heavy on the fall kick. For the past few weeks, I’ve just been so excited to celebrate the season anyway I can. My fall fever has only gotten worse since visiting the Moapa Valley Pumpkin Patch with Dominic in Las Vegas last weekend.
Fall Mimosa Recipe Ingredients
Serving Size: 3 Cups
1 Cup of Cranberry Apple Juice
1/2 Cup of Apple Cider
1/2 Cup of Pinot Grigio
1 Dash of Cinnamon
1 Cup of Cook’s Champagne
Feel free to modify the amount of Cook’s Champagne you would like. I’m the kind of girl that loves a good cocktail. But, if you’re a lightweight or aren’t too fond of strong cocktails, you may want to only add 1/2 cup of Cook’s Champagne.
Since this recipe calls for champagne, I mixed the juice and wine in the blender absent the champagne. The last thing you want is for the champagne to fizz all over the place. I don’t know about you but popping the champagne bottle is traumatizing enough. No need to see how crazy it’ll get when blended.
Fall Mimosa Recipe Directions
- Add cranberry juice, apple cider, wine, and cinnamon to the blender or pitcher ( your choice)
- Blend on low or use a large spoon to mix the above combination.
- Add the champagne to the mix.
- Pour and Enjoy! Don’t forget to drink responsibly.
SN: I definitely put WAYY too much Cinnamon. I should have followed my recipe and only put one dash of cinnamon LOL! Don’t be like me guys.
Cook’s Champagne is my go-to for a regular day kind of mimosa. Whether it’s for Sunday brunch or just the perfect addition to my breakfast with babe, I’m usually purchasing Cook’s Champagne. The price is 5-hour! I don’t think I’ve ever paid more than $7-8 bucks in any state I’ve visited. The taste is great especially when you’re pairing it with any of your favorite chasers. I don’t know about you guys. It’s highly unlikely that I’ going to ball out on a bottle of champagne just to catch up with the girls and have a movie night with babe. Cook’s Champagne is affordable with quality taste. Definitely a no-brainer for this recipe!
Coming soon will be an inside look into my time in Vegas this past month, how I managed to survive flying with a toddler on a 5 hour flight roundtrip, and so much more! In the meantime, catch up on the following seasonal posts on the blog at the moment.
Until next time…..