Mimosas with Cranberry Juice

Mimosas with Cranberry Juice

Mimosas with Cranberry Juice Overview

Confidently make Mimosas with Cranberry Juice for any celebration or event. This is a recipe for Mimosas without OJ and includes vodka. It is a Mimosa with Cranberry drink is created in an extremely easy fashion. You’ll find it’s very straight forward and simple. We’ve tested several changes of ingredients, along with different sequences of the steps. And, because of its impactful ingredients, we had to run the tests over a period of several weekends. LOL! This is absolutely the best method possible.

This is an incredibly VERY EASY cranberry mimosa to make. It has a special additive of vodka with a touch of vanilla extract, topped off with Champagne.
Cranberry Mimosa Recipe


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Completed Cranberry Mimosa

Cranberry Mimosa Recipe

Cranberry Mimosa

JoJo
This is an incredibly VERY EASY cranberry mimosa to make. It has a special additive of vodka with a touch of vanilla extract, topped off with Champagne.
5 from 1 vote
Prep 5 mins
Total Time 5 mins
Servings 1 drink
Calories 109kcal

Equipment

Shaker or Blender

Ingredients
 

  • 1 oz cranberry juice
  • 1 oz vodka
  • ¼ tsp vanilla extract or double amount vanilla flavoring
  • 2 oz champagne or any sparkling wine such as prosecco or cava
  • ¼ cup ice just for the shaker

Instructions
 

  • Pour the cranberry juice, vodka, vanilla, and some ice into a shaker or blender. Then, shake or blend
    1 oz cranberry juice, 1 oz vodka, ¼ tsp vanilla extract, ¼ cup ice
    Adding the measured red liquid to Shaker view 1 - 200x270
  • Pour 2 ounces of the mixture (no ice, if using a shaker) into a champagne flute or wine glass.
    Pouring shaken cranberry vanilla vodka into flute view 1 - 250x260
  • Top it off with sparking wine, i.e., champagne, prosecco, or cava.
    2 oz champagne
    Top off Cranberry Mimosa with Champagne view 1 - 200x280

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Nutrition

Calories: 109kcal | Carbohydrates: 4g | Protein: 1g | Fat: 1g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 1g | Monounsaturated Fat: 1g | Sodium: 5mg | Potassium: 73mg | Fiber: 1g | Sugar: 4g | Vitamin A: 13IU | Vitamin C: 3mg | Calcium: 7mg | Iron: 1mg

SOURCE

DarnGoodRecipes.com™

Mimosa Cranberry Juice

The first stage of how to make a cranberry mimosa starts with using the best cranberry juice for Mimosas. For the popular drink, you’ll want to use an unsweetened cranberry juice. “Ocean Spray” or “365 brand via Whole Foods” make such a product. And, Ocean Spray also has a diet cranberry juice shown as 5 calories per 8 ounces.

How much Mimosa per Person

The standard amount for one Mimosa per person that goes into a flute is about 4 ounces. However, for everyday celebrations or events, a bit more is an accepted volume per drink.

How many Mimosas per Person

That depends if you’re asking how much to make in a batch or if you’re asking what should be the amounts to control per person. So, this is dependent on how well you can manage your party for the intended duration, including the guests, which is also based on the type of celebration or event.

Having a cranberry mimosa
Having a cranberry mimosa

Overall, a common volume of intake will be a minimum of 1-2 per person with a max of 3-4. It will also have an impact on whether you serve appetizers, hors d’oeuvres, or a meal.

Appetizers to Serve with Mimosas

This cranberry mimosa cocktail is very good alone but it serves better with some well deserved appetizers. Some excellent choices along those lines would be like some bagel crisps served with this real crab dip or liver pate served with Club crackers. Visit the appetizers section of DarnGoodRecipes.com™ for other ideas.

Are Mimosas Made with Champagne?

The actual mimosa is made with what is termed a “Sparkling Wine”. That includes items such as champagne, prosecco, or cava. Champagne is popularly the most common.

Traditional Mimosa

You can make the traditional mimosa quite easily. It’s a flute filled with 1/2 orange juice and finished with champagne (or other sparkling wine). So, who invented this drink?

Origin of Mimosa Drink

The origin of the mimosa cocktail drink is varied but there are several notations of 1921 in England and 1925 in France. Hitchcock popularized it somewhat in the 1940s but it didn’t become commonly popular in the United States until the 1960s. The name comes from a popular yellow-flowered Mimosa plant. Regarding cranberry juice, read more about the cranberry and its nutritional values.


Adding the measured red liquid to Shaker view 1 - 200x270

Add juice

Measuring the vanilla for the shaker view 1 - 200x260

Measure other adds

Pouring shaken cranberry vanilla vodka into flute view 1 - 250x260

Pour into flute

Top off Cranberry Mimosa with Champagne view 1 - 200x280

Top off with Champagne


Conclusion

In conclusion, adding cranberry juice and vodka to your mimosa instead of orange juice makes for a delicious and festive drink. Not only is it tasty, but it’s also healthy and packed with antioxidants. So next time you’re planning a brunch or get-together, be sure to include this drink on the menu. And, it’s a classic tradition for weddings and New Year’s Eve celebrations!

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