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Recipe: Holiday Mimosa

A real treat for the holidays. My family enjoys these on Christmas morning.

Holiday Mimosa Ingredients

  • cup orange liqueur (such as Grand Marnier)

  • 2 tablespoons white sugar

  • 1 cup orange juice

  • 1 (750 milliliter) bottle brut champagne, chilled

How to Make Holiday Mimosa

  1. Pour the orange liqueur in a shallow bowl; put the sugar in a saucer. Dip just the rims of 6 glasses in the orange liqueur and then in the sugar to form a thin sugared rim.

  2. Divide remaining orange liqueur and orange juice among the 6 prepared glasses. Top with champagne. Serve immediately.

Holiday Mimosa Nutritions

  • Calories: 173.3 calories

  • Carbohydrate: 16.2 g

  • Cholesterol: 0 mg

  • Fat: 0.1 g

  • Fiber: 0.1 g

  • Protein: 0.4 g

  • SaturatedFat: 0 g

  • ServingSize:

  • Sodium: 7.3 mg

  • Sugar: 12.6 g

  • TransFat:

  • UnsaturatedFat:

Holiday Mimosa Reviews

  • Wonderful easy recipe for the holidays To ensure the sugar crusted on the rim, I made these the evening before with red and white sugar crystals and let them "sit up" Preparing ahead of time, allowed the sugar to last through more than one refill of champagne Beautiful, festive, fun and turned an ordinary glass of champagne into a work of art. Guests definitely felt special when sipping these

  • This is insane good. I could drink these all night. Even my husband, the whiskey drinker, liked this. YUM.

  • I gave my sister in law the task of making the Christmas brunch cocktail and she came in with this little gem Oh my it was so good that 3 of us drank the whole pitcher ourselves. Oh and dont skip the sugar rimmed glass it gave it the right festive touch.

  • OH HOLY COW These were outstanding I served these New Years eve and they blew the USD50.00 bottle of Gruet Champagne out of the water I used Patron Citronage, and Turbinado sugar There were requests for these for brunch Alas I was out of champagne... will definitely make again This recipe is a keeper

  • A great drink to celebrate Mothers Day (or any occasion for that matter). These are easy to prepare and a tasty twist on traditional mimosas. A definite make again.

  • I have been looking for this drink and no one knew how to make it. i will try this drink out this weekend, thank you for the recipe. i find out alot of good menues on all recipes this is the best web site to go to

  • Easy and delicious I loved the rim with sugar, it looked special Will make again.

  • This has been our regular mimosa recipe Ive used for years.....nothing is better than this composition in my opinion

  • Made this recipe for our Christmas brunch. We have a big family so I recalculated the recipe for 36 servings and made it in my 3-gallon drink dispenser. I rimmed the glasses with red and green sanding sugar (like you use for Christmas cookies) and put one marachino cherry in the bottom of each glass before serving. It was delicious Be careful with it since it goes down so easily Thanks for the great recipe

  • Yum This was fun and festive for a New Years Eve breakfast

  • I change the champagne I used Presco And also I used Cranberry juice Very delish

  • Weve never had a mimosa before, so we really didnt know what to expect. It was tarter than we thought it would be. In a separate little sample, I tried to add a little more liqueur to sweeten it. That did make it sweeter, but it made it too strong in alcohol; therefore, I left it as the recipe stated. I used turbinado sugar for the rim and did it the night before. It worked very welllooked, tasted, and stayed on great. Once we got used to the tartness we liked it. It definitely was a hit and most everyone had seconds. The mimosa added an elegant touch to our Christmas brunch. Im giving it four stars because I think we would have liked it better a little sweeter. Thank you for sharing.

  • I really like the addition of the orange liquor. It makes my favorite drink even better

  • This was sooooo fun and yummy on Christmas morning while opening presents Will def make these a tradition

  • Be careful, these have a kick

  • Used triple sec instead of grand marnier.

  • I loved this recipe and will now make it every New Years Day.

  • I tried this recipe for x-mas and loved it

  • Great drink without sugar, and preety sweet

  • I made this for our new year party. Our friends loved it. Easy to mix but gives the sizzle to get the party started.

  • This is a great twist on the mimosa Its crazy stupid great and something that I can drink all night long.......or at least 1:2 the night Its simply amazing and incredibly delicious If you will excuse me, I need to get back to my mimosa

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