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A Christmas morning mimosa is the best way to start your day on Christmas. A fun twist on a classic mimosa with bright flavors of cranberry and pomegranate.

Christmas Morning Mimosa

Start your Christmas morning with a Christmas mimosa. It’s the perfect way to get you in the holiday spirit. With it’s simple ingredients it’s an easy cocktail to make first thing. This festive cocktail that is perfect for a Christmas brunch or gathering. You can also serve it in a large pitcher.

Christmas morning mimosas are made with Prosecco, pomegranate juice, cranberry juice finished with frozen cranberries and a sprig of rosemary.

Looking for more Christmas cocktails recipes? Try this Christmas margaritaWhite Christmas Sangria or this Red Christmas Sangria. You can see all the holiday drinks here.

Are you more of a cranberry orange person? Try this other version of a Christmas mimosa. Did you know you can make a non alcoholic Christmas mimosa? A simple yet perfect and inclusive mocktail recipe for Christmas that everyone can enjoy.

Christmas Morning Mimosa Ingredients

Christmas Mimosa Ingredients

  • Sparking wine -Use your favorite sparkling wine or champagne. A dry wine like Prosecco is best.
  • Cranberry Juice – I will recommend that you use cranberry juice cocktail for this recipe, not the 100% juice.
  • Pomegranate Juice– You can find this in the produce section of the grocery store.
  • Cranberries– Use frozen cranberries to keep your drink chilled. I buy fresh cranberries and freeze them for holiday cocktails. Whole cranberries don’t add to the flavor but make a festive garnish.
  • Rosemary Sprigs– A sprig of rosemary adds a nice holiday twist mimicking pine or evergreen.

What Champagne is Best for Mimosas?

You can use Champagne but a dry sparkling wine makes for the best mimosas. I will usually use a bottle of Prosecco but Cava works well too. A dry wine complements and balances the sweetness of the juice for the perfect drink. You can use champagne just make sure to get a Brut or Extra Brut. Same goes with a classic mimosa just using orange juice.

How to Make Christmas Morning Mimosa

For this holiday cocktail you’ll want to start with a champagne flute, fill it halfway with your Prosecco, then another quarter of the way up with orange juice and the last quarter with cranberry juice. Garnish with frozen cranberries and fresh rosemary sprigs.

Enjoy with your Christmas breakfast or holiday brunch!

Yield: 1 Serving

Christmas Morning Mimosa

Christmas Morning Mimosa

A Christmas morning mimosa is the best way to start your day on Christmas. A festive twist on classic mimosas with cranberry and pomegranate.

Prep Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes


  • 1/4 Cup Sparkling Wine
  • 2 oz Pomegranate Juice
  • 2 oz Cranberry Juice
  • Frozen Cranberries
  • Fresh Rosemary Sprigs


    1. In your champagne flute combine sparkling wine, Pomegranate juice and cranberry juice.
    2. Garnish with cranberries and sprig of rosemary.

Nutrition Information:



Serving Size:


Amount Per Serving: Calories: 160Total Fat: 0gSaturated Fat: 0gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 0gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 15mgCarbohydrates: 30gFiber: 4gSugar: 19gProtein: 1g

Nutrition values are estimates only.

Making Holiday Mimosas for a Crowd?

Make a Christmas morning mimosa punch. Use 1 bottle of champagne or Prosecco, a cup of pomegranate juice and a cup of cranberry juice. This recipe can easily be doubled or tripled.

Christmas Cocktail Recipes

My favorite Christmas cocktail recipes that are perfect for holiday gathering, Christmas party or Christmas dinner.

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About Michelle Beaton

Welcome to Weekend Craft. Life is busy so I am all about getting projects done on the weekend, whether it be crafts, DIY, home decor, or crafting with your Cricut.

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