Make A Delicious Raspberry Mimosa Perfect For Brunch


This three ingredient raspberry mimosa is the perfect drink to serve for Easter or Mother’s Day brunch. You can also make a non-alcoholic version.

Hello! Michelle from Our Crafty Mom back today with a delicious raspberry mimosa that can be made with just three ingredients.

Raspberry mimosa shown in front of colorful art print

You may be surprised to see me sharing a cocktail recipe today, as I normally share crafts or DIY projects.

I have some exciting news. With the popularity of cocktails on Our Crafty Mom, I decided to launch a second site, Our Crafty Cocktails.

I hope you will visit me there as well. If cocktails is not your thing, no worries. I will still be sharing crafts/DIY and all things home.

With Easter and Mother’s Day quickly approaching, this would be a great cocktail to serve for brunch. It can easily be made into a mocktail too!

We love to have Easter brunch and one thing the adults enjoy is a mimosa. There are so many different varieties and you can mix it up with your favorite fruits and juices. Raspberry is one of my favorites, so I thought I would share the easy recipe with you today.

Raspberry mimosa glass with floating raspberries

How to Make A Raspberry mimosa

While this recipe is for raspberry, you can follow the same steps changing out the fruit and raspberry liqueur if you like. Pomegranate would be another flavorful option. Go with your favorites and enjoy!

What you need: 

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Ingredients Needed: 

  • Champagne
  • Raspberry Liqueur
  • Raspberries

Raspberry mimosa Tips

This is a really simple mixed drink that turns out super fancy. The entire recipe is in the printable card at the bottom of this post. First, I have a few tips and questions that I answered to help you out.

1. what is the best champagne to use in mimosas?

Go with your favorite champagne to make mimosas. I love to use Prosecco, but you can also use sparkling wine. Since there are only three ingredients in this cocktail, you want the main ingredient to be one that you love. The good thing is a decent bottle of Prosecco or sparkling wine is not pricey at all-about $12-$16. Don’t use a super expensive bottle of champagne for mimosas. Save that for another occasion!

supplies for raspberry mimosa

2. chill the champagne prior to serving

Mimosas definitely taste better chilled, so be sure the champagne is nice and chilled prior to serving. If you are using juice, make sure that is chilled as well.

raspberry liqueur poured in glasses

When ready to serve, add a few raspberries to each glass. If they are not in season, you can definitely use frozen. Also, be sure to tip the glass when pouring the champagne, so it doesn’t make a mess and also preserves the carbonation.

two glasses of raspberry mimosas with raspberry liqueur
raspberry mimosa being held
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Raspberry Mimosa

Make a delicious raspberry mimosa with only three ingredients.
Prep Time10 minutes
Course: Beverage, Beverages, Drinks
Cuisine: American
Keyword: cocktails, drinks, mimosa, raspberry
Servings: 2
Author: Michelle James
Cost: 15


  • 2 oz raspberry liqueur
  • 10 oz champagne
  • 12 raspberries


  • Add raspberry liqueur to champagne flutes.
  • Top with champagne.
  • Add 6 raspberries to each flute.
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raspberry mimosa two champagne flutes

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  1. Might just be me and my husband on Easter this year, but this sure looks yummy! Nice to think about something other than COVID-19:) Happy Easter!

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