You are only two ingredients away from the best, most refreshing, and seriously delicious Apple Cider Mimosas!
Prepared with just apple cider and a good dose of Prosecco, these Apple Cider Mimosas will be the stars of Thanksgiving brunch! Stop worrying about what drinks you’ll be serving this Holiday Season because combining apple cider with champagne makes the most wonderful sipper you’ve ever had. A fantastic Fall twist on this classic drink makes it an excellent choice for Holiday parties or just for a regular Sunday brunch.
What Is A Mimosa?
Mimosas are light and refreshing, so they are the most preferred choice for a brunch cocktail. The classic Mimosa is always prepared with equal parts champagne and orange juice. However, the ratio can always be adjusted to your taste and preferences.
Apple Cider Mimosa Ingredients
- Apple Cider: This is a drink made from pressed and fermented apples. The distinctive taste of Apple Cider transforms this into an ideal Fall-themed drink.
- Prosecco: Use a champagne (or Prosecco) you genuinely enjoy. While there’s no need to break the bank, remember it’s a key component of this two-ingredient cocktail.
How To Make Apple Cider Mimosas
- Rim the glasses with sugar and cinnamon. Combine ground cinnamon plus granulated sugar in a shallow plate. Then, pour about a 1/4 cup of apple cider into a separate bowl or container. Dip the rim of each champagne flute in the apple cider, then dip it in the cinnamon-sugar to coat. Set aside for a minute to dry.
- Make the cocktail. Pour apple cider into each glass and top it with champagne.
- Serve. Garnish with a slice of apple and serve.
- To make a pitcher, I suggest using 4 to 6 cups of apple cider and 1 (750 ml) bottle of champagne.
- Add a caramel twist and drizzle in some caramel before adding the drinks.
- For a nonalcoholic option, use sparkling grape juice – it works like a charm for an all-ages-friendly version.
What Champagne is Best For Mimosas?
You want to use a dry sparkling wine. Prosecco is the most popular option, as well as Cava, or use a good bottle of your favorite Champagne.
More Mimosa Recipes
- Sunrise Mimosa
- Mimosa Pitcher Cocktail
- Peach Thyme Mimosas
- Pineapple Mimosa Cocktail
- Christmas Mimosas
Apple Cider Mimosas
- ¼ cup fresh apple cider
- 2 teaspoons ground cinnamon
- 1 tablespoon granulated sugar
- apple slices
- 4 cups fresh apple cider, chilled (NOT apple cider vinegar)
- 1 bottle (750 ml) Prosecco, Cava, or your favorite Champagne, chilled
- Pour 1/4 cup apple cider in a plate or bowl.
- Combine cinnamon and sugar in a separate plate.
- Dip the rim of the champagne glasses in the apple cider, then dip it in the cinnamon-sugar to coat; set aside for a minute to dry.
- Then, fill the champagne flutes about halfway with apple cider and top with champagne.
- Garnish with apple slices and serve.
- Use chilled apple cider and chilled Prosecco or champagne.
- For a larger batch, combine 4 to 6 cups of apple cider with a 750 ml bottle of champagne in a pitcher.
- Enhance the flavor by swirling some caramel inside the champagne flutes before pouring the drinks.
- Opt for sparkling grape juice to create an alcohol-free alternative.
Nutritional info is an estimate and provided as courtesy. Values may vary according to the ingredients and tools used. Please use your preferred nutritional calculator for more detailed info.