Frozen Mimosa Slushie

Frozen Mimosa Slushie

There are few things I love more than brunching and drinking one (or two, three, four) mimosas. In Pittsburgh there is a restaurant that serves frozen mimoas with their brunches, and it just cannot be beat. I don’t even love their food that much. I pretty much only go for the mimosas. What can I say? I love a good liquid brunch.

I decided to see if I could replicate their Frozen Mimosa Slushie, and wouldn’t you know it, it could really not be easier. Basically you freeze some orange juice and stick it in a blender with some champagne (or in my case, prosecco). I’ve previously frozen orange juice in an ice cube tray, and that also works well. This time, I decided to just freeze it as a chunk:

Frozen Mimosa Slushie

I tell myself that it’s thicker when done this way, but I don’t actually know if that is true or not. Freeze the orange juice using whatever method you prefer. Blend it with the Prosecco, and voila! You have the perfect frozen mimosa. I don’t like my mimosas too sweet, so I used a Prosecco. You could also use a Brut / dry champagne. If you prefer a sweeter mimosa, you could use a sweeter champagne like Asti. If you serve these at your next brunch, they will be the hit of the meal.

Frozen Mimosa Slushie

Frozen Mimosa Slushie

 

Frozen Mimosa Slushie

Prep Time: 4 hours

Cook Time: 5 minutes

Total Time: 4 hours, 5 minutes

Yield: 2 servings

Frozen Mimosa Slushie

Ingredients

  • 6 oz prosecco or dry champagne
  • 6 oz orange juice,Β frozen

Instructions

  • For two servings, freeze 6 oz of orange juice for at least 4 hours.
  • Blend it together with 6 oz prosecco or dry champagne in the blender until smooth.
  • Serve!

Notes

For one serving, use 3 oz champagne / prosecco and 3 oz frozen orange juice.

http://justalittlebite.com/frozen-mimosa-slushie/

Frozen Mimosa Slushie

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