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Farm Fresh Strawberry Mimosas

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Mimosas aren’t just for brunch. These Farm Fresh Strawberry Mimosas are great to serve for any party or occasion. This easy cocktail is perfect when strawberries are at their peak.

Mimosa Cocktails aren't just for brunch. These Farm Fresh Strawberry Mimosas are great to serve for any party or occasion. This easy cocktail is perfect when strawberries are at their peak.

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Mimosas anyone? Um…yes! My hand raised pretty quickly for that question. The beginning of strawberry season here on the farm is a wonderful day in my book. Jersey strawberries are the best. So in order to celebrate the start of an all too quick season, I whipped up these refreshing Farm Fresh Strawberry Mimosas.

While a classic mimosa cocktail is usually served at brunch, it doesn’t have to be. I serve them for all occasions too – Mother’s Day, Easter, Christmas and even the 4th of July. These Cranberry Mimosas are perfect for the holiday season. Want to make a non-alcoholic version? Simply swap out the champagne for sparkling cider and you will have a strawberry mimosa mocktail.

Check out this delicious strawberry recipe!

Mimosa Cocktails aren't just for brunch. These Farm Fresh Strawberry Mimosas are great to serve for any party or occasion. This easy cocktail is perfect when strawberries are at their peak.

What Ingredients Do I Need To Make Strawberry Mimosas?

Prosecco or Cava Champagne: No need to splurge for expensive champagne for this recipe. Either Prosecco or Cava will do the trick and are equally delicious

8-10 medium-sized oranges: If you don’t want to squeeze your orange juice, be sure to use orange juice that is not from concentrate.

Quart of fresh strawberries: Hit up your local farmers market for some fresh-picked berries. 

Sugar (optional): If the strawberries are on the tart side, you can adjust the sweetness of the mimosa cocktail by adding some sugar to taste.

How Do I Make a Fresh Strawberry Mimosa Cocktail?

Step 1:

Mimosa Cocktails aren't just for brunch. These Farm Fresh Strawberry Mimosas are great to serve for any party or occasion. This easy cocktail is perfect when strawberries are at their peak.

Cut oranges in half and press over an orange juicer. Remove seeds, if any. If you do not like pulp in your orange juice, pour over a fine mesh strainer with a large bowl underneath. Set juice aside

Step 2:

Mimosa Cocktails aren't just for brunch. These Farm Fresh Strawberry Mimosas are great to serve for any party or occasion. This easy cocktail is perfect when strawberries are at their peak.

Wash and dry strawberries. Cut the tops off and hull the insides. Chop in half and place in a food processor or blender. Add sugar if desired, for extra sweetness.

Mimosa Cocktails aren't just for brunch. These Farm Fresh Strawberry Mimosas are great to serve for any party or occasion. This easy cocktail is perfect when strawberries are at their peak.Begin by pulsing the strawberries, and then blend on low speed, moving to high speed until the strawberries are blended into a puree, stopping and scraping down the sides as needed.

Mimosa Cocktails aren't just for brunch. These Farm Fresh Strawberry Mimosas are great to serve for any party or occasion. This easy cocktail is perfect when strawberries are at their peak.

Evenly divide the puree into 4 champagne flutes. Add champagne to the halfway point in the glass. Top with fresh-squeezed orange juice.

Mimosa Cocktails aren't just for brunch. These Farm Fresh Strawberry Mimosas are great to serve for any party or occasion. This easy cocktail is perfect when strawberries are at their peak.

Top with sliced strawberries on the rim of each glass. Add mint leaves or orange slices, as desired. Enjoy!

Mimosa Cocktails aren't just for brunch. These Farm Fresh Strawberry Mimosas are great to serve for any party or occasion. This easy cocktail is perfect when strawberries are at their peak.

Mimosa Recipe Tips:

Adding the strawberry puree to the bottom of the glass is to make the drink look pretty. To get the delicious flavor of the strawberries, you can stir the drink. Another alternative is to pour champagne into the bottom of the glass, then the orange juice, and top with strawberry puree. You will not get the separation of colors that you see in the photos, but the flavors will be combined.

Please note that this can be substituted for a non-alcoholic Champagne. There are some great suggestions at this link. You could also substitute with Martinelli’s Sparkling Cider.

Must-Have Cocktail Recipe Resources

Champagne Flutes

Food Processor

Juicer

Sparkling Cider

Celebrate All Things Strawberry! Try These Strawberry Recipes:

Whether you picked a basket of strawberries at your local farm or grabbed a quart or two at the local farmers’ market, these easy strawberry recipes will put them to great use.

Strawberry Rhubarb Oatmeal Bars

Strawberry Shortcake Daiquiri

No-Bake Strawberry Cheesecake Parfaits

Classic Strawberry Pie

Strawberry Basil Moscow Mule

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Mimosa Cocktails aren't just for brunch. These Farm Fresh Strawberry Mimosas are great to serve for any party or occasion. This easy cocktail is perfect when strawberries are at their peak.

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Mimosa Cocktails aren't just for brunch. These Farm Fresh Strawberry Mimosas are great to serve for any party or occasion. This easy cocktail is perfect when strawberries are at their peak.
Yield: 4

Farm Fresh Strawberry Mimosas

Prep Time: 15 minutes
Total Time: 15 minutes
Mimosa Cocktails aren't just for brunch. These Farm Fresh Strawberry Mimosas are great to serve for any party or occasion. This easy cocktail is perfect when strawberries are at their peak.

Ingredients

  • Ingredients:
  • Brut Champagne, chilled (Prosecco or Cava)
  • 8-10 medium-sized oranges
  • 1 lb fresh strawberries
  • Sugar (optional)
  • Garnish:
  • Strawberries
  • Orange Slices
  • Mint

Instructions

  1. Cut oranges in half and press over an orange juicer. Remove seeds, if any. If you do not like pulp in your orange juice, pour over a fine mesh strainer with a large bowl underneath. Set juice aside
  2. Wash and dry strawberries. Cut the tops off and hull the insides. Chop in half and place in a food processor or blender. Add sugar if desired, for extra sweetness. Begin by pulsing the strawberries, and then blend on low speed, moving to high speed until the strawberries are blended into a puree, stopping and scraping down the sides as needed.
  3. Evenly divide the puree into 4 champagne flutes. Add champagne to the halfway point in the glass. Top with fresh-squeezed orange juice.
  4. Top with sliced strawberries on the rim of each glass. Add mint leaves or orange slices, as desired. Enjoy!

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