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Easy Strawberry Mimosas | Brunch Favorites

Looking to bring a blush to your brunch or add a little sparkle to your sunrise? With our sultry strawberry mimosa cocktail, you’ll be crafting a morning libation that will paint your palette (and your day!) with hues of bright and bubbly.

Easy Strawberry Mimosas | Brunch Favorites

Not too long ago I published a post for some quick, easy adult beverages. With the world going nuts like it has I think we can all agree that we NEED one or two. Today I’ve got a quick and easy recipe for strawberry mimosas that is perfect for brunch or anytime.


  • 2 cups orange juice (no pulp)
  • 1/2 cup fresh strawberries (stems removed)
  • 1 bottle champagne, Brut, Cava, or Prosecco (chilled)

Easy Strawberry Mimosas | Brunch Favorites

I think us parents deserve a drink or two now that our kiddos, big and small, are due to be in-home with us until further notice. Sanity and patience in these trying days are certainly key, so when I feel like I’m on the verge of a meltdown there is no better way to unwind than with a cold drink of choice. 
That’s why Strawberry Mimosas are at the top of my list. Mimosas themselves have been a brunch staple for moms for years. They’re light, refreshing and have just the right amount of alcohol content to take the edge off while staying responsible. Traditional mimosas are one part champagne, one part chilled fruit juice.


  1. Can I use frozen strawberries instead of fresh? Absolutely! Just thaw them before use and expect a slightly sweeter taste.
  2. Is there a non-alcoholic substitute for champagne? Try substituting with a non-alcoholic sparkling wine or even sparkling water for a booze-free brunch beverage.

Tips and Tricks To avoid your mimosas going flat, pour your champagne slowly and at an angle to retain those all-important bubbles. Also, using freshly squeezed orange juice over store-bought makes a world of difference. The fresher the juice, the better the mimosa!

Origins Mimosas hail from the sophisticated region of Valencia, Spain, where the prized citrus fruits for this cocktail originate. The strawberry version of the classic mimosa, however, is a modern twist aimed at adding a little romance to the original.

Easy Strawberry Mimosas | Brunch Favorites
Typically the fruit juice is a blend of orange juice and other light fruits but for my recipe I like to incorporate Strawberries while they’re in season.


Mimosas are extremely versatile! Swap strawberries with raspberries or peach puree for a change in flavor profile. Substitute the orange juice with pineapple or pomegranate juice for an exotic twist.Easy Strawberry Mimosas | Brunch Favorites

Where to Serve

This strawberry mimosa is perfect for brunch, bridal showers, Mother’s Day, or just to make your average Sunday morning feel like a holiday.


Mimosas are best served immediately after being made to maintain the fizz and freshness. If you need to store it, chill the fruit juice separately and mix it with the champagne right before serving.

While you can buy strawberries in your local grocery store almost all year around, nothing beats fresh berries during peak season. Those are always the sweetest, and the juiciest, which makes them the ideal candidate to use in a Sunday brunch mimosa

Common Problems and How to Avoid Them

Overly sweet or flat mimosas are a common issue. Avoid this by using fresh fruit and good-quality, dry sparkling wine. Make sure to add the champagne last and gently stir to keep the bubbles intact.Easy Strawberry Mimosas | Brunch Favorites

Topping Options

Garnish your mimosas with a strawberry on the rim of the glass or float an orange slice for an extra fancy touch. Edible flowers can also add a visual flair.

Using 3 ingredients, and a blender you’ll be on your way to some much needed personal time in just a few short minutes. If you’re a fan of mimosas and strawberries, then I have a feeling you’ll be impressed with my recipe for this particularly refreshing mimosa
Why This Recipe Works This strawberry mimosa recipe is not just about the zingy flavor combination, it’s about creating an experience. The fresh, sweet strawberries harmonize beautifully with the tartness of the orange and the bubbles from the champagne tickle your palate, making every sip a celebration.Easy Strawberry Mimosas | Brunch Favorites

What are some other fun recipes to try?

If you are looking for more fun cocktails be sure to check this comprehensive list 40+ Easy Mixed Drinks That You Can Make At Home!

Check out the quick and easy recipe!

Easy Strawberry Mimosas
Yield: 2-4 glasses

Easy Strawberry Mimosas

Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 10 minutes

A super easy and fruity twist on the classic mimosa!


  • 2 cups orange juice (no pulp)
  • 1/2 cup fresh strawberries with stems removed
  • 1 bottle champagne Brut, Cava, or Prosecco (chilled)


  1. Add orange juice to the blender.
  2. Add strawberries 
  3. Blend until smooth.
  4. Fill a champagne flute halfway with champagne.
  5. Top with orange-strawberry juice mixture.
  6. Garnish with strawberry.

Nutrition Information



Serving Size


Amount Per Serving Calories 552Total Fat 1gSaturated Fat 0gTrans Fat 0gUnsaturated Fat 0gCholesterol 0mgSodium 29mgCarbohydrates 43gFiber 1gSugar 28gProtein 2g

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