Blended Mimosas

Who doesn’t love a mimosa on a gameday morning? Step up your brunch drink game this season by making these deliciously chilled Blended Mimosas!

Love this blended mimosa? Be sure to check out how to make a Prosecco Mimosa and a Mimosa Bar, too!

Pitcher of orange juice pouring into glass of mimosa

As y’all should know, it is officially FOOTBALL SEASON! College football kicked off last weekend, and the NFL kicks off this evening.

And since it’s officially FOOTBALL SEASON!, I am starting up a new feature here at The Speckled Palate… Tailgate Thursday.

We’re LSU fans at this house, and y’all better believe that every weekend, we will be tailgating for the Tigers in some form or fashion. And I plan on sharing a few of our favorite tailgate foods, as well as some new tailgate food discoveries, with this feature throughout the season.

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    Close up of mimosa in glass

    My friends and family will attest that I am a big fan of mimosas of any form. Give me a regular mimosa or a Maui one or even one with orange/pineapple juice, and I am a happy girl. And if you throw in a little amaretto while at it? I’m probably in heaven.

    This past weekend, my sister and I were preparing for her team’s game when she had the brilliant idea to blend up some orange juice. This was something we loved as kids… something about the foamy OJ, and I suggested that we throw in some champagne for good measure. The experiment was a hit, and this riff on a regular mimosa was born.

    Trust me when I say that you will love this if you love chilly drinks. Or mimosas. Or orange juice.

    Overhead angled view of mimosa in glass

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    Blended Mimosas

    Erin Parker, The Speckled Palate
    Who doesn't love a mimosa on a gameday morning? Step up your brunch drink game this season by making these deliciously chilled Blended Mimosas!
    5 from 2 votes
    Servings 2 mimosas
    Calories 140 kcal
    Prep Time 5 minutes
    Total Time 5 minutes


    • 1 cup orange juice
    • 1 cup dry champagne
    • 10 cubes ice

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    • Pour the orange juice and half of the champagne in the blender with the ice cubes.
    • Run the blender, breaking down the ice cubes and thoroughly mixing the liquids.
    • When the ice cubes are in small enough pieces, pour the mixture into a glass.
    • Pour the rest of the champagne into the glass.
    • Enjoy!


    Serving: 1 drinkCalories: 140kcalCarbohydrates: 16gProtein: 1gSodium: 8mgSugar: 11g
    Keyword at home brunch, blended cocktail, blender cocktail, blender drink, Brunch, brunch cocktail, brunch drink, brunch recipe, cocktail, cocktail recipe, cocktails, drink recipe, drinks, Easter brunch, easy brunch recipe, easy drink, easy frozen drink, Mother's Day brunch, summer drink
    Course Drinks & Cocktails
    Cuisine American
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    So if you’re tailgating this weekend, think about starting your day off with a Blended Mimosa. You won’t be disappointed!

    Are you a Mimosa or a Bloody Mary fan?

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    About the Author:

    Erin Parker is a Southern gal living in Texas with her husband and two daughters. She started The Speckled Palate to share what she was cooking as a newlywed… and over the years, it’s evolved to capture her love for hosting. Specifically, the EASIEST, lowest key entertaining because everyone deserves to see their people and connect over good food. Learn more about her

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      1. Thanks, Nilsa! I thought that might make things easier for everyone… and that way, I can somewhat recap what we had the previous week, too!

    1. TAILGATING IS HERE!!! We are going to have lots of early morning tailgates this season since TCU won’t be playing any home games after dark – we will definitely be trying these out!

    2. YES! Mimosas on game days are a must!!!!!!!! The Parker girls whipped these up in my kitchen and they were delightful. xo

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