Traditional mimosas are delicious, but when you add juicy watermelon and refreshing mint, It’s next level. Naturally sweetened and perfectly bubbly, this watermelon mimosa recipe is beyond easy to make and is perfect for entertaining guests. Get your brunching game on with these irresistible cocktails!
I don’t know what it is about Summer, but it always seems to fly by. My Summer has been full of life changes and it seems like I haven’t had time to just relax. Like how is it already August?! All these plans for little weekend getaways to become a distant thought because before you know it, Fall is approaching. Don’t get me wrong, I’m all for Autumn too, but let’s live in the now and squeeze everything we can out of sweet Summertime! And the one way we can do that is to enjoy some watermelon mint mimosas.
Okay, so less season changing talk, and more mimosa talk. Watermelon juice is so refreshing and adding mint just takes it to a whole ‘nother level. Mimosas are great for brunch and relaxing by the pool on a hot summer day. This recipe doesn’t use any added sugars so it’s a healthier option than store-bought juices. Even sans alcohol, this drink recipe tastes great and is a healthy juice recipe.
Naturally sweetened, flavorful, easy to make, and delicious?! Cheers to that!
You need to try this flavorful twist on the classic drink. Make this for your next Sunday brunch. Or any day of the week for that matter. We don’t need to limit it to just one day 😉
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Watermelon Mint Mimosas
This delicious watermelon mint mimosa recipe only calls for a few ingredients and is so easy to make. NATURALLY sweetened + simple ingredients make this cocktail a must try! Perfect for Sunday brunch or entertaining guests on any occasion.
- 10 cups watermelon cubed (about 1 half large watermelon)
- handful mint leaves about 1/4 cup
- 1 bottle champagne
- lime for garnish (optional)
Using a mortar and pestle, muddle mint until fragrant
Add cubed watermelon and mint to the blender
Blend until smooth
Using a wire mesh strainer, drain juice into a large bowl or pitcher to remove pulp
Fill champagne glasses about halfway with watermelon juice
Top rest of glass off with champagne
Garnish with lime wedge, mini watermelon slice, and a mint leaf (optional)
I used Andre Brut Champagne for this recipe
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