Last year for Friendsgiving I made Cranberry Jello Shots, and I decided to keep the cranberry tradition running for this year’s cocktail.
Prosecco Cranberry Mimosa, serves one.
There is much debate on the proper proportions for a mimosa. I believe half champagne, half juice is technically correct. In my opinion, the 2 parts champagne (and in this case, Prosecco) to 1 part juice is the best version.
It’s less sweet and deeeelicious.
Choose between sparkling juice (I used peach) and ginger ale to replace the Champagne or Prosecco. These are great alternatives that still create a sparkling drink. Ginger ale is sweeter.
Do you make cocktails for your Thanksgiving celebration? If so, share your traditions! I’d love to hear.
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- fresh cranberries
- There is much debate on the proper proportions for a mimosa. I believe half Champagne, half juice is technically correct. In my opinion, the 2 parts Champagne (and in this case, Prosecco) to 1 part juice is the best version.
- Garnish with a few pieces of thyme inside the glass and a few cranberries on a stick.