This raspberry mimosa with fresh berries and orange juice will brighten up any special occasion. With a touch of honey, it's naturally sweet and easy to make in just 15 minutes!
If you love fresh raspberries, also try our coconut macaroons with raspberry jam or coconut raspberry popsicles!
We love raspberries for their bright red color and sweet juicy taste. They're also full of fiber and antioxidants, making them healthy, too. This raspberry mimosa is the perfect rosy drink for Mother's Day, Valentine's Day, or to make any morning feel special.
It's easy to make with just a few ingredients and a blender. Adjust the sweetness to your liking, or omit it for a drier mimosa. Add a sugar rim to the flute and top with fresh raspberries for an extra fancy feel. Cheers!
What you'll need
This raspberry mimosa recipe uses only four ingredients:
- Raspberries – fresh ripe raspberries.
- Orange juice – freshly squeezed is a wonderful treat, but we often go for the ease of store-bought.
- Honey – optional, to sweeten things up.
- Sparkling wine – a dry sparkling wine works best and we usually go for cava or prosecco.
If you love champagne cocktails, also try our mimosas!
How to make a raspberry mimosa
It's easy to make a raspberry mimosa by following a few simple steps:
- Start by adding the raspberries, orange juice, and honey (if using) to your blender then give it a whirl until frothy and smooth.
- Then, strain the juice through a fine-mesh sieve to remove the raspberry seeds.
- Pour about ¼ cup of the raspberry juice into each flute glass, then carefully top with sparkling wine. It will bubble up a lot so go slow!
Full recipe instructions are in the recipe card below.
Like a sugar rim on your flute glass? Simply dip the rim in water and then in sugar.
Raspberry Mimosa: FAQS
You can definitely make the raspberry orange juice ahead of time and store it in the fridge in a sealed jar for up to 3 days.
This recipe makes 2 cups of raspberry orange juice which is enough to make 8 mimosas. If you don't use it all right away, store the extra in the fridge for up to 3 days.
You could use maple syrup in place of the honey but it will taste slightly more woodsy. Agave syrup also works.
Ideas for serving a raspberry mimosa
Make any breakfast or brunch more beautiful with a rosy raspberry mimosa. Serve it with our chocolate nut superfood granola and yogurt for a healthy and heavenly chocolate-raspberry combination.
It pairs well with savory dishes too, like our asparagus goat cheese and cherry tomato tart, or lightened up feta tomato spinach frittata.
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- 2 cups raspberries
- 1 cup orange juice
- ¼ cup honey, see notes
- 1 bottle sparkling wine
- Place the raspberries, orange juice, and (if using) honey into your blender and blend on medium speed until the raspberries have broken down.2 cups raspberries, 1 cup orange juice, ¼ cup honey
- Strain the juice through a fine-mesh sieve, pressing on the pulp to squeeze out the juice.
- Add ¼ cup of the raspberry juice to a flute glass then carefully fill the glass with sparkling wine. It will foam a lot so go slowly and pour against the side of the glass. Add a few raspberries to the glass to garnish.1 bottle sparkling wine