Apple Cider Mimosa

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I love October and one of the main reasons is APPLE CIDER. We cannot get enough of it! This time of year, apple cider is the freshest and just the best. It’s also all over the commissary, which makes it easy to grab a jug along with your groceries. I’m embarrassed to tell you how many jugs our household has gone through already! (Okay, it’s 4!) Seriously, so delicious. I knew I had to incorporate it into my favorite drink, the “Mom-osa!” Hahaha. Okay, it’s a play on the traditional mimosa, but with an apple twist. The “Apple-osa?” No? Okay, I’ll stop. 😉

Apple Cider Mimosa 

  • Apple Cider
  • Your favorite sparkling wine, Prosecco, or Champagne. I tend to stick with sweeter wines, like Moscato, but that’s just my preference. You do you!

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Fill your glass with ice and then add apple cider. I did a 50/50 ratio of cider to wine, but you can make yours according to your likes.

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Top with your sparkling wine and you have THEE most delicious, Fall flavored mimosa ever. It’s sweet and tart with the best fresh apple flavor. I just LOVE it.

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You know what this great drink would be good with? Some warm cinnamon sugar pumpkin donut bites. I happen to have a great recipe right HERE! I like to get up earlier than everyone else on the weekends, pop these easy pumpkin bites in the oven and pour myself a delicious mimosa. Can you just imagine being wrapped in a cardigan on the porch (it is October after all) drinking your fresh apple cider mimosa and watching the leaves fall? That can’t just be my dream weekend, can it? 😉

As always, we ask that you please drink responsibly!

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