Mimosa bars are colorful, festive, fun, and easy to set up. Set it up before your guests arrive, and they’ll have a good time building their own mimosa. At that point, no work is needed on your part, so that you can enjoy your guests, AND your own mimosa (or two!).
- an ice bucket for the champagne
- champagne flutes
Mimosa Bar Ingredients:
- Sparkling wine or champagne, chillled
- Fruit juices or favorite fruit, pureed (strawberry, blueberry, and peach are delicious options.)
- If using pureed fruit, 1 cup Simple Syrup (equal cups sugar and boiling water)
Making the Puree
Puree 1 pound of fruit and 1/3 cup of simple syrup in a food processor. Once blended, push the fruit puree through a strainer to remove any leftover fruit pieces. (Note: There was no need to strain mine.)
Add a rough 1/4 cup of puree to each cup and top with your favorite bottle of bubbly before serving.
Optional: Add fruit for more fruity goodness.
I love mimosa bars. They’re festive and it gives party guests the ability to pick their flavor.