Fresh-squeezed Mimosa Mocktails

Shanthi Appelo
Shanthi Appelo

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These fresh-squeezed mimosas are a non-alcoholic version of the classic brunch cocktail made with orange juice and champagne. This refreshing drink is perfect for those who want to enjoy the flavors of a mimosa without the alcohol content. It’s simply made with fresh juice and sparkling water or soda, giving it a light and bubbly texture.
Serving Amount
  • Plain or flavored sparkling water (see instructions below)

  • 1 orange

  • 3 peaches or 1 can of peaches (packed in juice or water)

  • Edible glitter

  • Step 1

    For a classic mocktail mimosa: Cut an orange in half. Slice a thin wedge from both halves, if desired for garnish. In a champagne flute, squeeze juice from ½ orange and combine with plain or orange sparkling water. Add a pinch of edible glitter if desired and stir.

  • Step 2

    For a peach Bellini mocktail: Slice 3 peaches, removing the core, reserving two slices for garnish. Blend with just enough water to allow it to blend (2-4 Tbsp.). Alternatively, blend 1 can of peaches in a blender until smooth. Add 4 tablespoons of the mixture to a champagne flute and top with peach-flavored or plain sparkling water. Add a pinch of edible glitter if desired and stir.

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