Apple cider mimosas are the perfect fall twist on a classic drink. These are great for brunch or any occasion that calls for champagne!
They used some caramel vodka which sounds awesome but I wanted a bit more traditional and to keep it easy. And you really can’t get any easier than two ingredients.
We went away for a little weekend in the Berkshires back in September for my sister’s birthday. We made these apple cider mimosas for her birthday brunch and they were fantastic. My family is big on mimosas anyways so this was a really great fall spin on them.
There’s just something special about a little bubbly to get your day started. Then add some pancakes, eggs, and bacon and you’ve got yourself a Sunday brunch to remember!
Or you can be like me and make these on Sunday afternoons and drink them while watching football. I mean, why save champagne for brunch and special occasions? Champagne can be a game day drink. It can also be a Wednesday evening drink instead of your usual wine.
Champagne all day err day. (Says the girl that used to drink a bottle of champagne from her Nalgene bottle at UCONN’s spring weekend.
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- 2 oz. apple cider
- 2 oz. champagne
- cinnamon sugar, optional
- apple slices, optional
- Dip the rim of a champagne glass in water. Dip in cinnamon sugar to rim the glass.
- Pour 2 oz. of apple cider in the glass and top with 2 oz. (or more) of champagne. Garnish with apple slices, if desired. Serve immediately.
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 89 Total Fat: 3g Protein: 14g