Friday Favorites: 10 Mimosa Recipes

I love a good mimosa…I know I’m not the only one! With Mother’s Day coming up, it’s time to plan a yummy brunch for your mom (or have one planned for YOU of course!) and it is my humble opinion that a mimosa always makes brunch even better.  I mean, when else can you sip booze for breakfast and not be judged?

For this week’s Friday Favorites, I rounded up 10 of the most delicious looking mimosas on Pinterest! If you have a bun in the oven this Mother’s day, have guests who don’t drink, or would like to make a kid-friendly version, many of these  recipes could substitute seltzer for the champagne or prosecco to make mock-mimosas.

Raspberry limoncello

Raspberry Limoncello Mimosas from One Project Closer

Pineapple mimosas

Pineapple Mimosas from Blackberry Babe

Blood Orange mimosas

Blood Orange Mimosas from What’s Gaby Cooking

Strawberry Pineapple

Strawberry Pineapple Mimosas from Damn Delicious

Blackberry Mint Mimosa

Blackberry Mint Mimosa from Bright Eyed Baker

Grapefruit mimosa

Grapefruit Mimosa from Blahnik Baker

Cranberry Orange Mimosa

Cranberry Orange Mimosas from Crazy for Crust

Watermelon mimosa

Watermelon Mimosas from 1000 Lovely Things

peach mimosas

Peach Mimosas from B. Britnell


What better way to finish off our list than with classic mimosas by the pitcher, “aka MOM-osas” from Diethood

Is it just me, or do you also totally want a mimosa after reading this list?

Happy Friday Mamas!

Friday Favorites Mimosas


4 thoughts on “Friday Favorites: 10 Mimosa Recipes

  1. I love you layout, first of all! Its really clear 🙂
    Loved the post, but I actually never drink a mimosa (?) ahaha, think I’m gonna try it now 🙂

    Best luck with your blog 🙂


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