This strawberry mimosa mocktail is a refreshing, fruity, and non-alcoholic spin on the classic mimosa, featuring the sweet flavor of strawberries.
About This Recipe
This mocktail is fruity, bubbly, and perfect for a spring weekend brunch or any time you want a gorgeous and delicious drink. A combination of sweet strawberries with a touch of orange juice will have your all guests asking for more and more. It typically consists of strawberry puree mixed with orange juice and sparkling water or lemon-lime soda.
Why You Will Love Non-alcoholic Strawberry Mimosa Mocktail
- Refreshing: The combination of sweet strawberry, tangy orange, and fizzy lemon-lime soda or Sprite creates a vibrant and flavorful drink that is perfect for brunch or as a cool drink on a warm summer day.
- Non-alcoholic: This virgin strawberry mimosa is a fun and fruity drink perfect for all age groups and non-drinkers.
- Easy to make: Simply mix the strawberry puree with orange juice, add a splash of chilled sparkling water or lemon-lime soda, and you have yourself a fruity and bubbly strawberry mimosa mocktail.
- Visually appealing: The red hue of strawberries mixed with the bright color of the oranges creates an eye-catching drink perfect to serve for special occasions such as baby showers, holiday gatherings, or Valentine’s Day.
Strawberry Mimosa Mocktail Ingredients
- Fresh strawberries: They can add a delightful burst of sweetness, flavor, and color to the mimosa.
- Orange juice: Using fresh orange juice is recommended. Freshly squeezed orange juice offers a natural freshness and acidity that cannot be compared to packaged or bottled juices. If you don’t like pulp in your drink, strain the orange juice through a fine mesh sieve before using it.
- Lemon-lime soda or Sprite: Use Sprite or any lemon-lime soda to add a refreshing element and balance out the flavors.
How to Make Strawberry Mimosa Mocktail
- In a blender, blend a handful of fresh strawberries to make strawberry puree.
- In a champagne flute, pour in 1 tablespoon of strawberry puree.
- Fill the glass 2/3 of the way with fresh orange juice. Feel free to adjust the ratio of orange juice to Sprite to suit your taste preferences. Stir gently to mix the orange juice and strawberry puree.
- Top off the glass with Sprite or lemon-lime soda.
- Garnish with strawberries, if desired.
- Adjust the ratios to suit your taste preferences. If you prefer a sweeter mocktail, you might want to increase the amount of Sprite to orange juice ratio.
- Garnish the strawberry mimosa mocktail with small strawberries, mint leaves, and orange slices.
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- 10 medium fresh strawberries, plus more for garnish
- 3 cups orange juice
- 1½ cup lemon-lime soda
In a blender, blend a handful of fresh strawberries to make strawberry puree. In a champagne flute, pour in 1 tablespoon of strawberry puree.
Fill the glass 2/3 of the way with fresh orange juice. Feel free to adjust the ratio of orange juice to Sprite to suit your taste preferences. Stir gently to mix the orange juice and strawberry puree.
Top off the glass with Sprite or lemon-lime soda. Garnish with strawberries, if desired.