These delicious mango mimosas are just what you need for springtime soirees. We are enjoying all the flowers blooming from the recent rains and it really makes springtime so beautiful. This is the time of year I love to enjoy fresh flowers and watch the longer sunsets. This post contains affiliate links.
I did not inherit my mother’s green thumb, but I do enjoy fresh flowers. I will pick them up from the grocery store on occasion and they really are a reminder of nature’s beauty.
Hello Friends! We have been enjoying our recently updated yard when the weather allows. We have had a few sunny days with some cloudy and cold days in-between. Luckily, when I hosted my tea the other day, the weather cooperated.
While we brewed some fabulous teas, we also enjoyed some homemade mimosas. Fruit Mimosas are absolutely one of the best beverages for a breakfast or brunch outdoors. While the original mimosas with orange juice are always good, I love to change things up and made Mango Mimosas. If you love these, be sure to also try my Tequila Sunrise Mimosas.
These lovely drinks can be made by the pitcher too! I love using these stemless glasses for the mimosas.
If you are thinking of hosting a spring brunch, I have some wonderful brunch recipes for you that are fabulous with the mimosas:
Chili Rellenos Casserole - A delicious casserole that is easy to make with hints of green chili.
Bacon Hash browns - A wonderful hash browns recipe with green onions and bacon added
Breakfast Tacos - Breakfast tacos with bacon and sausage.
These are best made the morning that they intend to be served. I suggest making a pitcher of these a couple of hours before the breakfast or brunch.
Don't skimp on the champagne you use. Instead of using the cheapest of the bunch (less than $5, go up a step and find nice champagne for about &10-$14 per bottle or more if it fits your budget.
Use the freshest mango juice you can find. These are not canned but in the refrigerated juice section of your grocery store.
Mango Mimosa Recipe
- 1 bottle champagne
- 1 64 oz. carton mango juice
- 1. Combine champagne and mango juice equally in glasses or in a pitcher.
- 2. Serve cold.
Ohh.. that is just the freshest thing ever. I can almost taste it through the screen! Cheers to spring brunches.
It is so tasty and refreshing! Cheers back at you Tamara!
Yum! Grew up with a huge mango tree in the backyard, so this sounds so good! Thanks for sharing on MM. Pinned.