Updated November 6, 2014
can (12 oz) frozen pineapple juice concentrate, thawed
can (6 oz) frozen limeade concentrate, thawed
Champagne, prosecco, sparkling water or juice (you'll need about 6 cups for the whole batch)
Cascadian Farm™ frozen organic strawberries, for serving
Combine pineapple juice concentrate, limeade concentrate, and water. Stir well and chill.
To serve, pop a frozen strawberry or two into each glass. Add about 1/4 cup of the mixture to each glass and top with champagne, sparkling cider or bubbly water.
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Here’s a cocktail that’s tropical, fruity, and bubby all at once: the Pineapple Mimosa! This spin on the classic brunch cocktail might be even better. Sweet pineapple juice is a unique offset to crisp, dry champagne. The best part? Creamy coconut milk makes a frothy topping so it looks like the bubbles never die! This one is the perfect signature drink for a special brunch or party. In fact, we like it better than the original.
What is a mimosa?
A mimosa is a simple cocktail made with champagne and citrus juice, typically orange juice. It's a classic brunch cocktail, or is also good as a light welcome drink for a party or bridal shower.
Growing up in the UK, I knew of the Bucks Fizz. When I first came across mimosas in New York, I figured they were the same thing. Apparently the Bucks Fizz is stronger with two parts champagne to one part orange, while a mimosa is equal parts of both. So, close.
DELICIOUS PINEAPPLE MIMOSAS
Pineapple Mimosas is really are a luscious, tropical spin on conventional mimosas! Therefore simple, using only three ingredients that are common. Everytime that I hear that the phrase”mimosa,” I laugh. Why? Because only the reference to this expression reminds me of a few of the funniest shows in the history of television, Parks and Recreation. I believe Amy Poehler can be just a comedic genius, also among my favourite pieces with this particular always funny series was the one which entailed mimosas.
Therefore I started experimenting, and fell inlove with this specific lemon mimosa utilizing champagne, lemon juice, and also a little lemonlime soft drink to make it completely. You may well be enticed to use only champagne and lemon juice. I am not planning to prevent you. The lemon juice is sour and acidic, which I truly recommend including a dab of something sweeten the mix. I used lemonlime soft drink (aka 7-Up ), however a dash of syrup could also do just fine. When causeing the particular pineapple mimosa, utilize chilled champagne as your own base. Bonus points when a lemon juice was chilled, however we can not all be organized.
No booze? No problem! This mimosa can easily be made nonalcoholic in a few ways. A good quality club soda like Q Club would thin out the juice while giving the drink a pleasant effervescence.
For more complexity, nonalcoholic sparkling wines will also give you bubbles as well as more fruity notes in the glass. If you find your nonalcoholic wine is on the sweeter side, add in a splash of club soda into the mix as well.
Goji Pineapple Mimosas
The following post was made in collaboration with Ashley Durand of Plate & Pen and Garden of Flavor. Product was provided by Garden of Flavor and recipe development and photography were provided courtesy of Ashley Durand.
With so much time spent at home, I’ve had to get a little bit more selective with what I’m eating and drinking to stay healthy.
I love a good mimosa, so I thought, why not use a good cold-pressed juice to really kick up the immune-boosting properties of my cocktails? Garden of Flavor has a great new blend called Goji Pineapple. It has an amazing ginger flavor and pairs perfectly with some bubbly prosecco!
Break away from the standard orange juice mimosa and make this delicious Pineapple Ginger Mimosa for your next brunch or girl’s night. This pineapple cocktail will still satisfy all of your mimosa needs, they are just as delicious!
I first tasted the drink this recipe is inspired by at our local pizza place when we were there for an early lunch. I was instantly in love and knew I was going to have to recreate it at home. I talked to the bartender and they use a combination of ground dried ginger, fresh ginger and crystallized ginger.
I tried to make this pineapple mimosa recipe as simple as possible while still capturing as much of the flavor from the original.
Mathlete is a huge pineapple fan so we always keep pineapple juice at the house. With only three ingredients, this mimosa is definitely one that you can easily whip up on short notice. Plus, I love it because it is a fun departure from the normal orange juice and champagne that can get a little boring.
I typically use a drier Champagne or sparkling wine so the mimosa isn’t too sweet. If you prefer your cocktails on the sweeter side, swap out the Champagne for prosecco instead.
I use dried pinepple pieces as a garnish. If you have crystallized ginger in the pantry, you could also garnish the glass with that for fun! Or, drop it into your mimosa for some added ginger flavor!
- Author: jfletcher
- Prep Time: 5 minutes
- Total Time: 5 minutes
- Yield: 2 full drinks 1 x
A fun twist on a traditional mimosa, these frozen pineapple mimosas will make you feel like you’re sipping away from a beach.
- 2 cups of white sparkling wine (I used Moscato), plus a little extra to top each drink off
- 2 full cups of slightly thawed frozen pineapple
- the juice of 2 limes
- pineapple wedges and lime slices or wedges to garnish
Add the pineapple and lime juice to a blender. Blend. Add 2 cups of wine and blend more until the pineapple is smooth. Add a bit more wine if desired for consistency. Pour into glasses, filling 3/4 of the way. Add a splash of extra sparkling wine to each glass for added fizz. Garnish with a lime slice and pineapple wedge. Serve immediately.
Orange Pineapple Mimosa Recipe
This Pineapple Orange Mimosa is made with pineapple juice, orange juice, and champagne. It&rsquos our favorite of all our pineapple drinks and our best mimosa recipe. And to make it the Best, we added a colorful garnish of fresh pineapple and a bright red cherry.
We love to make the most of the summer, we are truly sun lovers at heart. And this Pineapple Orange Mimosa seems filled with sunshine with its gorgeous color and bright fruit garnish.
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We are often asked how to make a mimosa and the answer is simple, add either fruit juice or a combo of fruit juice to a glass and top with bubbly wine. For instance, one could leave out the orange juice and make this only a pineapple mimosa. The sky is the limit on great mimosa recipes and we love most of them. We also make an amazing Mimosa that contains a splash of grand marnier that is amazing and we have a fall Cinnamon Apple Cranberry Mimosa recipe. In summer or even in winter these Pineapple drinks will bring a festive air to any gathering.
Fresh fruit in a Mimosa makes it so very festive. And it only takes a minute or two to assemble several skewers with pieces of fresh pineapple and a cherry. And who doesn&rsquot want a gorgeous Pineapple Orange Mimosa right now? We love these festive Pineapple Drinks of any kind especially when they are made into mimosa cocktails.
This section will be short and sweet because making a pineapple mimosa is incredibly quick and simple. But, hey, that means it takes less time to get a cocktail in our hands, so I'm OK with it.
We start by adding a splash of pineapple juice to our wine glass, and I stress that this is just a splash. Some mimosa recipes are more of a 50-50 ratio, but that's too much juice for my liking. As we discussed above, we don't want to cover up that delicious Champagne, and too much juice will do just that.
For the wine glasses, we can use either Champagne flutes or white wine glasses. To me, this comes down to how many mimosas you plan on enjoying. If it's just a mimosa or two, a Champagne glass works, but for those bottomless mimosa days, I recommend going with a white wine glass for a larger pour.
Now we fill the rest of our glass with Champagne. No need to stir here. Simply raise a glass, clink and sip away.
Celebrating 2020 with Pineapple Orange Mimosas
What did you do to celebrate the start of the new year? Or what will you be doing to celebrate the new year?
We had a relatively low key New Year’s Eve. I met up with a friend for lunch to catch up. Life has been so busy for the both of us lately that we haven’t had a chance to catch up over a meal. My boyfriend and I baked cookies to give as a gift to his parents. Celebrated a friend’s birthday with a crab dinner. Because I mean, what’s a better way to celebrate than with a crab dinner, right? And then we just kind of hung out with friends afterwards.
But it’s New Year’s Day, and there’s no better excuse to celebrate than a new year, and a new decade, right? So I thought I would share with you these pineapple orange mimosas. You know, to start your day off with some bubbly drinks.
I think at this point, you guys already know I have an obsession with brunch. Unfortunately because of my work schedule, brunch isn’t always something I can do. So whenever I get the chance, I want to enjoy it and savor every little moment. And nothing goes better with brunch than a glass of mimosa.
I love that mimosas can be customized to your taste. Any flavor you want, any juice you want, you can add to champagne and make it into a mimosa. This version is super refreshing.
Pineapple juice and orange juice topped with sparkling champagne. Super simple to make and quick to put together. This breakfast cocktail is perfect for the holidays and for welcoming in the new year. And if you have a little bit of champagne left over and juice on hand, mimosas are always the route to go.
Mix together pineapple juice and orange juice until combined. Top with sparkling champagne or club soda for a non-alcoholic version. Add crushed ice, slice of fresh cut orange, and mint leaves.