Halloween Mimosa’s

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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