Adventures in Everyday Entertaining
Brunch and Mimosas, for many, go together like peanut butter and chocolate. You can have one without the other, but isn’t it so much more fun when they are combined! Why not do a twist though on an old favorite. The blending together of the orange juice and the fresh blackberries really makes for a delicious combination. The other great thing is that you can also make this into a fun, non-alcoholic drink for those who prefer not to have champagne. Combine the juice mixture with either club soda or ginger ale for a bubbly non-alcoholic alternative!
Blackberry Citrus Mimosa
Blend together the orange juice and blackberries until smooth consistency.
Refrigerate juice mixture for at least one hour.
Pour champagne to half way point of glasses. Add juice mixture until glass is full.
Click glasses and enjoy!
How fun! I love blackberries — think thawed out frozen ones would work just as well?
The kids always lobby for brinner (“breakfast for dinner”) — so I’m thinking that my husband and I might enjoy these instead of decaf coffee. They almost seem like a dessert! Thanks so much for sharing!
I think the thawed frozen blackberries would work just fine!! And I think this would be perfect for brinner! 🙂
Mmmm, I love these cocktails you’re sharing! I think I need to host a brunch ASAP. 😉
Hehe!! Thanks Leah! I always think there should be more brunches in the world 😉
Simple yet so elegant!
I love that the recipe allows for a non-alcoholic version too…what would you suggest works best…the club soda or ginger ale?
Thanks! And I’ve tried it with both the club soda and the ginger ale, both are great, though if I would have to choose I would say the club soda.
thank you! I just added Club Soda to my grocery list.
YES! This sounds amazing! Love the alcohol-free options 🙂
Thanks so much!! 🙂
This sounds so good. I love mimosas.
Thanks Cynthia! I do too!! 🙂
I love mimosa anything!!! This one looks especially delicious!!!!
Thank you! It really was!!
I love blackberries! This sounds so good 🙂
Thanks Judy!! 🙂
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This sounds so good. I need a brunch.
Yes! I think brunch is needed quite soon!!
Agree with the comment above. We could definitely use a brunch!
Hehe! If only we could all do something beyond just a virtual brunch with us all!! 🙂
Oh, I wish I would of seen this when I was in Texas! I could of picked the grapefruits right off the tree! Thanks for sharing!
I think this means you’re just going to have to come back to visit your family (and Texas) very soon! 😉
You had me at champagne 🙂
Hehe 🙂 Indeed!
This sounds divine. It’s OK to have mimosas at midnight, right?
It is ALWAYS ok to have a mimosa! (Especially at midnight!!)
Looks so good! I shared it on my Facebook Page!
Thanks so much! Glad you like it and thanks for sharing! 🙂
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