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Lemonade Mimosas

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Lemonade + mimosas? Yes please! These are so simple, you’ll barely need a recipe. We like the 3-parts champagne (one bottle= 3 cups) to 2-parts lemonade, but feel free to just use our proportions as a guide and change it up as you prefer. Once you’ve got that down, you’ll be set whether you’re making a cocktail for one or a whole breakfast crowd. Check out our top tips for making these the best they can be, and happy brunching!

Make your own lemonade. There are some great store-bought options out there, but nothing compares to homemade. The best part? You can control the amount of sugar. These will work whether you prefer a sweeter or more tart lemonade, so use whichever you prefer. You can also get wild with what kind of lemonade you use. Check out our other lemonade-based cocktails—like our spiked sparkling basil lemonade, our blueberry lemonade margaritas, or our spiked watermelon lemonade—for flavor inspiration.

Choose your champagne wisely. By which we mean, you don’t have to use actual champagne. Any sparkling wine will do, so pick the quality and price point you’re comfortable with.

What should you serve these with? We’re fans of mimosas year-round, but these do kind of ring of a hot summer day. Serve them alongside your favorite light breakfast, like crepes, a parfait, or our sunny side up eggs, or go heavier with some blueberry buttermilk pancakes, chicken and waffles, or shakshuka. These lemonade mimosas kind of go with everything, so make a full batch to share at your next brunch.

Made these? Let us know how it went in the comments below.

Editor’s Note: This recipe was updated on July 29, 2022.

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Yields:

4
– 6

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10

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Total Time:

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10

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1


lemon, thinly sliced, plus a wedge for rimming

2
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lemonade or pink lemonade

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  1. In a shallow dish, mix lemon zest and sugar.
  2. Rim champagne flutes with a lemon wedge and dip in sugar mixture.
  3. Place one slice of lemon inside each champagne flute, bending if needed.
  4. Fill flute halfway with champagne and top with lemonade. Serve.

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