Easy Cranberry Mimosa Recipe that takes a minute to prepare. You only need two ingredients to make this delicious sparkling champagne cocktail.
This is the perfect holiday cocktail! It only takes a couple of minutes to prepare and it looks beautiful when served.
I also love that you can change the ratios of cranberry juice and champagne depending on how strong of a cocktail you are wanting. A fun twist on the standard mimosa great for the holidays.
The combination of cranberry juice and sparkling wine is so good! The holiday season is busy and can feel a bit overwhelming. Our goal is to share quick and easy holiday recipes that take a little stress away and give you the opportunity to have a wonderful holiday.
We are already looking ahead to the new year and planning what recipes we want to share including a ton of fun easy cocktails.
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- Cranberry Juice
Champagne - You can use champagne, Prosecco, Cava, or any sparkling wine.
Cranberry Juice - Pure Cranberry Juice is going to be tarter than the sweeter Cranberry Juice Cocktail. It is up to you the flavor you prefer.
Cranberry Orange Mimosas - Add a splash of orange juice for a fun new flavor combination.
How to make Cranberry Mimosas
The Classic Mimosa is defined as being made with champagne (or other sparkling wine) and chilled citrus juice, usually orange juice unless otherwise specified.
For this recipe we changed up the classic mimosa and made it with just cranberry juice. If you love the orange/citrus flavor you can easily add orange juice to this recipe.
To make a cranberry mimosa you want to pour the juice first and then the sparkling wine last. This allows you to decide how much champagne you want to add to the cocktail.
The carbonation of the champagne also looks amazing at the top of this winter cocktail.
Make sure your Champagne and Cranberry Juice are cold/chilled.
If you don't like a strong mimosa you can add more cranberry juice and cut back on the champagne.
The raw cranberries should not be eaten but they look amazing in the cocktail.
If you are making these for a holiday gathering make sure you don't make them ahead of time. You don't want to lose to many of the champagne bubbles by having it sit in a pitcher before you can serve it to guests.
Printable recipe card instructions are below.
Nutrition information, including calories, protein, calcium, carbohydrates, fiber, vitamin c, potassium, cholesterol, sodium, trans fat, monounsaturated fat, polyunsaturated fat, and more, will vary depending on the products used.
Great Holiday Cocktails
Cranberry Mimosa Recipe
- 4 Ounce Champagne
- 2 Ounce Cranberry Juice
- Cranberries Garnish
- Fill champagne flute ⅓ full with cranberry juice, add in champagne.
- Optional - float cranberries in the glass for garnish.