I’m sharing a delicious Pineapple Mimosa brunch cocktail recipe to make this weekend! Perfect for Mother’s Day or any weekend brunch celebration.
Weekend brunch is one of my favorite things. I have no idea why I don’t host them more often. Maybe a great idea for my summer bucket list! I could host a weekend brunch at least once a month.
I’m really not too much of a drinker but a bubbly brunch cocktail is right up my alley. Especially when it’s served up with some tasty brunch goodies like my Buttermilk French Toast Casserole or maybe my Cheesy Sausage Breakfast Pull Apart.
I made these easy cocktails with just three ingredients: pineapple juice, orange juice and Moscato Asti. So simple to put together and they seem a little extra special served up in a pretty long- stem glass.
Garnish them up with a slice of fresh orange and pineapple for the prettiest presentation. I never want the kids to feel left out, so I topped their glasses off with a little Sprite instead of the bubbly Moscato.
I’m so ready for summer and these cocktails would be fun to sip by the pool. I mean if you have a pool, which I do not. Our log cabin sets on top of a limestone bluff.
I had dreams of a swimming pool until I called for pricing and then realized it would likely cost a bazillion dollars more to blast out the rock. Oh well, we will still enjoy the lake this summer.
We have wonderful wrap around porches that will perfect for summer evenings. We can kick back and enjoy a pineapple mimosa or one of my favorite pineapple margaritas!
We really want to get out and do a little more exploring this summer. Summer is always crazy busy on the ranch but at least we aren’t building a house this year. There’s so many awesome parks and museums nearby and we might even go to the zoo. Fun!
I’m sure we won’t venture too far but I’d love to take the kids to the Corpus Christi or Gulf Shores Alabama one of these days.
We laugh about our last family vacation was when Emmet was little and he screamed the entire way to Mount Rushmore and back. That poor kid hated riding in the car seat.
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- 8 oz pineapple juice
- 8 oz orange juice
- Moscato D'Asti (or other bubbly Moscato)
- (substitute Sprite for Moscato for a virgin mimosa)
- Fresh orange slices and fresh pineapple for garnish
- Add one ounce of pineapple juice and one ounce of orange juice to each glass and top with Moscato D'Asti or Sprite. Garnish with fresh orange slices and pineapple chunks.