Brunch and autumn are two of my favorite things, so why not take a seasonal favorite and combine it with a bit of bubbly for a fall-themed twist? Upgrade your run-of-the-mill orange juice mimosa with some cozy apple cider instead!
This fun spritzer is perfect for showers, birthday parties, Thanksgiving morning, or even a book club gathering. If your guests are fans of pumpkin spice lattes and sweater weather trust me, they’ll fall in love with your signature cocktail.
Start by gathering a few easy-to-find seasonal ingredients. Don’t be afraid to enlist some help in putting these together while you’re busy with other party details, since these are pretty foolproof to make.
Use champagne flutes or go eclectic with various shapes and sizes of wine glasses. Arrange them on beautiful serving trays for an elegant touch.
Be sure to have the drinks prepared before your guests arrive, so you aren’t stuck playing bartender and so your partygoers can enjoy them right away.
(Bonus: They make for a gorgeous centerpiece!)
Here’s what you’ll need to whip up a batch for your next soiree:
Apple Cider Cranberry Mimosas
1/2 cup apple cider
1/4 cup cranberry juice
1/2 cup of champagne
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