Raspberry Mimosas made with fresh berries, raspberry sorbet, grenadine, and prosecco make a festive drink for any occasion! Make this pretty drink for brunch, when your entertaining or serving a crowd. It also makes a great “mocktail” for kids.
I love mimosas! There’s just something special about a pretty drink made with a bit of fruit and bubbles. In the spring I serve Blood Orange Mimosas, the fall is all about Apple Cider Mimosas and at Christmas, we toast with Mistletoe Mimosas. So, I guess you can say I’ve got a thing for this drink.
Mimosas are the perfect cocktail to celebrate any occasion. And, when you have a very special day, like today, Valentine’s Day, you definitely need something extra. This Raspberry Mimosa is it! It’s sweet, cool and will make your heart flutter with every bubbly sip.
What’s The Best Champagne For Mimosas?
I think the best “bubbles” to use for mimosas is Prosecco. It’s bright, fresh and you can find a really good bottle that won’t break the bank. You can also use Spanish Cava. The key is to find something you like to drink. Just make sure it’s not too sweet since you’ll be adding additional sweetness from the fruit.
Can I Make This Drink Without Alcohol?
You sure can. This drink can be turned in a “mocktail” for those who don’t want alcohol or for the young folks in your house. Just substitute lemon-lime soda for the champagne and you’re set.
Tips For Serving Raspberry Mimosas
I love to serve this cocktail in pretty flutes. You can find fun glasses at the Dollar Store or thrift store, as well. I like to fill the glasses with the sorbet, grenadine, and champagne then top it all off with frozen raspberries. It’s easy to turn any day into something special with a Raspberry Mimosa. Cheers!
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- 750 milliliters Prosecco, Cava or Champagne (1 bottle) - chilled
- ½ cup raspberry sorbet
- 4 ounces grenadine
- 12 raspberries - frozen
- Place a small scoop of frozen raspberry sorbet into each glass or flute. Add-in 1 ounce of grenadine and top with chilled Prosecco. Garnish with frozen raspberries and serve.
- Place a small scoop of frozen raspberry sorbet into each glass or flute. Add-in 1 ounce of grenadine and top with chilled lemon-lime soda. Garnish with frozen raspberries and serve.
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Nadine M. Basten
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Hey there Nadine!
My goodness, thank you so much for your sweet words, I really appreciate your support! I don’t have a classic cheesecake recipe on the blog, but I do have a recipe for Snickerdoodle Cheesecake Bars, they’re a delicious combination of two classic desserts and the recipe is super simple to make, I hope you’ll give it a try! Let me know if you ever have any questions about a recipe, I’m always happy to help!