Mango Mama Mimosa (The MOMosa!)

Mango Mama Mimosa aka The MOMosa is the BEST mimosa recipe! Your mama friends will all be begging you for this irresistible mimosa cocktail! Serve a single glass of mimosas or mimosas for a crowd – perfect for mother’s day brunch, bridal showers, or a girls night-in get together.  Mimosa Recipe for a crowd Mimosa Pitcher Recipe

Mango Mama Mimosa

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Like most of my favorite cocktail drinks, this Mango Mama Mimosa recipe is inspired from Mexico 🙂

And how I love a mimosa cocktail! Any reason to drink champagne at breakfast is good with me!

Everyone knows the classical mimosa recipe: orange juice and champagne.

But do you want in on a little secret on how to make the classic mimosa even better? 

Mango juice!

I started drinking mango juice with champagne at our favorite resort in Mexico, and it literally changed my view on the classic orange juice mimosa.

Something about the mango makes it so. much. better.

Fresh mango juice might be hard to come by and can take some time to make yourself – so I found the next best thing – Orange Juice with Mango!

Mix the mango orange juice with your favorite Prosecco or sparkling wine and add a bunch of slices of fresh citrus fruits. 

And if you REALLY want to take the traditional mimosa up a notch, you’ll can also add a splash of pineapple juice and papaya juice. This tropical quartet (orange juice, mango juice, papaya juice, and pineapple juice) is SO delicious!! You can mix all four together, or use mango or pineapple flavored orange juice, or pick and choose your favorites to your taste.

These four juices are called the “Riviera Maya” juice at the resort we go to in Mexico. When we’re on vacation I love to drink Riviera Maya juice with champagne every morning at breakfast. At the resort they make all their juices fresh, but when I make it at home I just use store bought juices. My favorites are the Simply Orange Orange Juice with Mango, and the Jumex Papaya Juice, Pineapple Juice and Mango Juice

Mix all of these juices with sparkling wine and you’ve got the best mimosa recipe ever! Or what I like to call the Mango Mama Mimosa!

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Mango Mama Mimosa Ingredients

Mimosa Pitcher Recipe

  • 2 750 ml bottle Prosecco 
  • 3 cups of preferred juice (I like to use orange juice, pineapple juice, mango juice, and papaya juice – but you can pick and choose your tropical juices to taste!)
      • 2 cups Simply Orange mango orange juice
      • 1/2 cup pineapple juice
      • 1/4 cup mango juice
      • 1/4 cup papaya juice 
  • mango slices
  • orange slices
  1. In a glass pitcher, pour in 2 bottles of Prosecco or sparkling wine. 
  2. Add in 3 cups of your favorite juices. The juice ratio I use for this recipe is above. You can alter the juices to your taste and what you have on-hand. 
  3. Add slices of fresh fruit to the pitcher. I like to add sliced oranges, mango, and pineapple. 
  4. Pour yourself a refreshing glass and enjoy!

Mimosa Recipe Single Serving

  • 5 oz Prosecco or Sparkling Wine
  • 2 oz Simply Orange mango orange juice
  • 1/2 oz pineapple juice
  • splash of mango juice
  • splash papaya juice 
  1. Fill chilled wine glass with 1 part mango orange juice and 2 parts Prosecco or sparkling wine. 
  2. Add a splash of pineapple juice, mango juice, papaya juice for added citrus zest and flavor.
  3. Garnish with mango and orange slices.
  4. Enjoy!

Mimosa Recipe Tips

  • Chill your wine glasses in the freezer for 10 minutes before pouring. You can also freeze your sliced fruit right before you pour your glasses for added chill to your drinks!
  • Because the mixed fruit juices make this mimosa sweet to taste, try to choose dry champagne that’s not too sweet. 
  • If making the pitcher recipe for a crowd, try not to stir as you lose some bubbles from sparkling wine.
  • A classic mimosa is equal parts juice to sparkling wine, but I like to have more sparkling wine! You can serve individual servings instead of the pitcher recipe if you want guests to choose their own ratio of juice to sparkling wine. 
  • You can experiment with juice ratios and add or takeaway to your preferred taste. If I only have mango orange juice, I just use that or I sometimes use regular orange juice and add mango juice. 

What Kind Of Juice Is Good For Mimosas?

Freshly squeezed juice will taste the best for mimosas.

But for less time and ease, the juice I prefer to use is mango flavored orange juice. This type of orange juice makes mimosas so yummy!

Also If you have it, add a splash of pineapple juice, mango juice, papaya juice for added citrus zest and flavor. These tropical juices mixed together make the PERFECT mimosa!

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How To Make The Perfect Mimosa?

Yield: 6

Mango Mama Mimosa (The MOMosa!)

Mimosa Pitcher Recipe “The MOMosa“

Mango Mama Mimosa aka The MOMosa is the BEST mimosa recipe! Your mama friends will all be begging you for this irresistible mimosa cocktail! Serve a single glass of mimosas or mimosas for a crowd - perfect for mother's day brunch, bridal showers, or a girls night-in get together.

Prep Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes

Ingredients

  • 2 750 ml bottles Prosecco or Brut Champagne
  • 3 cups Mango Orange Juice (I like the Simple Orange brand)
  • 1/2 cup Pineapple Juice
  • 1/4 cup Papaya Juice
  • 1/4 cup Mango Juice
  • Mango slices for garnish 
  • Orange slices for garnish

Instructions


Mimosa Pitcher Recipe:

  1. In a glass pitcher, pour 2 bottles of Prosecco or sparkling wine. 
  2. Add in 3 cups of your favorite juices. The juices I use for this recipe is mango orange juice, pineapple juice, papaya juice, and mango juice. You can alter the juices to your taste and what you have on-hand. 
  3. Add slices of fresh fruit to the pitcher. I like to add sliced oranges, mango, and pineapple. 
  4. Pour yourself a refreshing glass and enjoy!


Mimosa Recipe Tips:

  1. Chill your wine glasses in the freezer for 10 minutes before pouring. You can also freeze your sliced fruit right before you pour your glasses for added chill to your drinks!
  2. Because the mixed fruit juices make this mimosa sweet to taste, try to choose dry champagne that's not too sweet. 
  3. If making the pitcher recipe for a crowd, try not to stir as you lose some bubbles from sparkling wine.
  4. A classic mimosa is equal parts juice to sparkling wine, but I like to have more sparkling wine! You can serve individual servings instead of the pitcher recipe if you want guests to choose their own ratio of juice to sparkling wine. 
  5. You can experiment with juice ratios and add or takeaway to your preferred taste. If I only have mango orange juice, I just use that or I sometimes use regular orange juice and add mango juice. 


Single Serving Recipe:

  1. Fill chilled wine glass with 1 part mango orange juice and 2 parts Prosecco or sparkling wine. 
  2. Add a splash of pineapple juice, mango juice, papaya juice for added citrus zest and flavor.
  3. Garnish with mango and orange slices.
  4. Enjoy!

Nutrition Information:

Yield:

6

Serving Size:

6

Amount Per Serving: Calories: 344Total Fat: 1gSaturated Fat: 0gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 0gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 17mgCarbohydrates: 38gFiber: 2gSugar: 30gProtein: 2g

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How do you like your mimosas? Do you stick with the classic OJ or do you add in other juices too? I hope you try adding mango in your next mimosa recipe – let me know if you like it!! 

Happy brunching and mimosa sipping,

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