Refreshing Strawberry Fizz Cocktail contains the sweet and fruity tang of strawberry puree mixed with sparkling wine. It’s a winning mimosa recipe.
These are a refreshing twist on the classic mimosa. Mimosas are festive, elegant, sparkly, and easy, perfect for entertaining.
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Strawberry Fizz Cocktail
I’m in a full-blown love affair with this Refreshing Strawberry Fizz Cocktail. It is the easiest, tastiest cocktail ever and perfect for a lady’s brunch. Remember that Strawberry sauce I had you make with all those wonderful, in-season strawberries a couple of weeks ago? If you didn’t make it then, you’ll want to make it now.
This blushing cocktail is a simple combination of strawberry puree cooked with sugar until the sugar is melted and the strawberries are mushy. After it cools, I blend the mixture to break the strawberries into a jam-like consistency.
I like to add a spoonful of the strawberry mixture to the glasses before guests arrive, needing only the addition of the sparkling wine to complete the drink!
Another fun, festive, and easy drink is Champagne Floats.
They’re a festive cocktail for brunch parties or any occasion. Additionally, if you’re looking for an alcohol-free version, a strawberry or raspberry-flavored kombucha would make a lovely mocktail.
Strawberry Fizz Cocktail Ingredients you’ll need
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For this straightforward, easy recipe, you’ll need just two ingredients
- Strawberry sauce
How to make the Strawberry sauce
- strawberries, fresh or frozen
- granulated sugar
In a saucepan, combine strawberries and sugar. Bring this mixture to a boil. Continue boiling for 3 to 4 minutes or until the sugar has dissolved. Using a potato masher, break the strawberries down. (You can also puree the strawberries in a food processor before cooking.) Set aside to cool before using.
You can make the strawberry sauce beforehand and refrigerate. It will keep in the refrigerator for 3 to 4 days in an airtight container.
This is my brunch menu if you need ideas.
- Strawberry Fizz Cocktail and Classic Bloody Mary
- The Best Breakfast Casserole
- Honey Bun Cake
- Fresh Strawberries with fresh whipped cream
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- 2 tablespoons Strawberry Sauce chilled, recipe here
- ½ cup champagne chilled
- Put two tablespoons of strawberry sauce in the bottom of a champagne flute.
- Top with champagne. Enjoy!