This Frozen Mimosa Is What Brunch Dreams Are Made Of

This Frozen Mimosa Is What Brunch Dreams Are Made Of

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Lauren Kodiak
Sep 8, 2017
(Image credit: Foodness Gracious)

By now you've probably heard of frosé, or frozen rosé — but have you heard of frozecco? Essentially a frozen mimosa, with orange juice, Prosecco, and ice, a glass of frozecco is the perfect thing to serve at brunch this weekend.

If you want to sip frozecco this weekend, you'll need to get a head start the day before to allow the Prosecco to freeze. Simply pour Prosecco into a 13x9-inch baking dish and place it in the freezer overnight. The next day, when you're ready for brunch, place chunks of the frozen Prosecco in a blender with orange juice, ice cubes, sugar, and orange zest.

While the author suggests using fresh-squeezed orange juice, which is certainly a nice touch, feel free to use store-bought here if that's easier for you. Just make sure there's no added sugar in the juice, as there is already sugar in the recipe and it'll make the drink entirely too sweet.

After blending on high until smooth, pour the frozecco into individual glasses and garnish with fresh mint. Your guests will love this frosty twist on a mimosa — especially while the warm days of summer are still here!

Get the Recipe: Frozen Orange Prosecco - Frozecco from Foodness Gracious

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