Halloween Mimosa’s

Halloween Mimosas

Sometimes, the smallest touches make the biggest difference when entertaining and this recipe is the epitome of the easiest way to make your brunch spookily festive.  Normally, I don’t associate early morning meals with Halloween – usually spooky celebrations make me think of late at night in a costume, stuffing my face with candy. If you want to change things up a bit and have your pals over for a Sunday brunch pre-Halloween, you have to serve these mimosas.  


To make these drinks, you will need:


  • Dry Champagne of your choice
  • Fresh orange juice
  • Vodka of your choice
  • Black food coloring


  • Champagne flutes
  • A mason jar or wide rimmed glass
  • Spoon
  • A jigger


To make these drinks:

  • To start, add a small amount of vodka to your mason jar based on the amount of mimosas you think you’ll be serving.  Note, a little bit will go a long way, each drink needs about a quarter shot.
  • Dip the very tip of a spoon into your black food coloring if you’re using a gel color or add a drop of food coloring if you’re using a liquid coloring and stir into the vodka.
  • In your champagne flute, fill the glass a third of the way with Champagne and then another third with orange juice.
  • Carefully add some of your black vodka to the smaller side of your jigger and gently pour a small amount over the top of each mimosa.  The black vodka will float to the top of the glass, and then you’re ready to serve!



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