Strawberry Mimosa Mocktail
This strawberry mimosa mocktail is everything you love about a mimosa with a fresh spring twist! It’s made with sparkling water, orange juice, and strawberries.
What is a strawberry mimosa?
Mimosas are a popular drink in my family! Whenever I get together with Daniel’s family, there’s always a mimosa moment. Mimosas are made with champagne and orange juice, and the addition of strawberries adds even more flavor and freshness for spring. As someone who doesn’t really drink, I wanted to make a mocktail version that everyone can enjoy.
The Ingredients for Strawberry Mimosa Mocktail
- Frozen Strawberries.
- Orange Juice. Make sure it is chilled!
- Sparkling Water. This will go flat, so the mocktail really is best fresh!
How to Make a Strawberry Mimosa Mocktail
- Step 1. Add the strawberries, orange juice, and sparkling water to a blender and blend on high speed until fully incorporated and no large chunks of strawberry remain.
- Step 2. Strain the mimosa through a fine-mesh strainer to remove all strawberry seeds.
- Step 3. Serve fresh.
Tips & Tricks
- Chill the liquids! The sparkling water will go flat if you make this drink ahead of time, so make sure your orange juice and sparkling water are chilled before making the mocktail.
- Add a garnish. Make it even fancier by adding some fresh strawberries or orange slices to the rim of the glass.
- Don’t skip the straining! The straining is an essential step to this drink to make sure that you’re not chewing on strawberry seeds the whole time. You can strain the mocktail all at once through a large mess strainer, or place a small one over the glasses and strain it individually. Just be aware that you’ll need to go slow as the water will fizz.
What blender do you use to make a strawberry mimosa mocktail?
I love my Vitamix blender, but any other high-speed blender should work.
Can you make this recipe ahead of time and keep it in the fridge?
The sparkling water will go flat if it stays in the fridge so this is best fresh. Alternatively, you can blend the orange and strawberry and strain ahead of time, and serve with the sparkling water when you’re ready to serve it.
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Strawberry Mimosa Mocktail
- Yield: 3 servings 1x
- 1 cup frozen strawberries
- 1 1/2 cup orange juice, chilled
- 1 1/2 cup sparkling water, chilled
- Add the strawberries, orange juice, and sparkling water to a blender and blend on high speed until fully incorporated and no large chunks of strawberry remain.
- Strain the mimosa through a fine-mesh strainer to remove all strawberry seeds.
- Serve fresh in glasses.
All nutritional information are estimations and will vary.
- Serving Size: 1 serving
- Calories: 72
- Fat: .4g
- Carbohydrates: 16.8g
- Fiber: 1.3g
- Protein: 1.2g
Sounds delish. My sugar overload would not like so much orange juice natural sugar. Perhaps I could try 1 cup of carrot ginger juice and maybe 1/2 cup of the orange juice. You have provided ideas.
Hope you enjoy it!!