:: Orange Marshmallow Mimosas ::
Cheers friends to the holidays! This month has been very busy, but we are planning to slow down, take a breather and enjoy a little downtime with this recipe for Orange Marshmallow Mimosas. I love this time of the year, but with any holiday, you can get wrapped up in the hustle and bustle. Sara and I have enjoyed you all stopping by, commenting, and liking our little Simply Happenstance. We are very thankful this year for the support, but we will be taking a little break starting next week to enjoy this holiday season with our family. I am looking forward to enjoying the good food, the good cheer, the smiling faces, and a couple of these Orange Marshmallow Mimosas on Christmas Day. We hope you try them too!
When Shane is able to be home on Christmas morning, we have made it a tradition of making Eggs Benedict and mimosas. The kids enjoy a pile of seasonal pancakes, and we sit back and enjoy the morning at hand. We make these after the presents have been opened as it’s at that time we can slow down and enjoy the morning happenings. This recipe for Orange Marshmallow Mimosas is a great celebratory evening drink or a fun way to start a holiday brunch.
As you can tell I love a glass of good bubbly and if you haven’t found a favorite, I highly suggest this bottle of Laetitia Brut Rose. It’s a favorite of mine, full of citrus and cherry flavors…and the best part of all it’s pink! Since it’s the holidays I added a few other flavors; orange juice and marshmallow vodka. Together they meld to make the perfect mimosa. We hope you toast your next holiday event with a bubbly glass of Orange Marshmallow Mimosas.
Orange Marshmallow Mimosas
- 1 bottle of Brut Rose Sparkling Wine-I used Laetitia.
- 2 cups of orange juice
- 1 fresh orange squeezed
- 1/2 cup marshmallow vodka.
- optional sugar or stevia.
- In a small pitcher add the orange juice, the fresh squeezed orange, and the marshmallow vodka.
- Mix together.
- If the orange juice seems tart add a small packet of stevia or two tablespoons of sugar.
- In the base of two to four cocktail glasses add ice to the bottom of the glass.
- Pour the orange juice mixture over the ice and top the drink with sparkling wine.
Wishing you and your families a happy and safe holiday season. Cheers to 2015!