Mimosa Jello Shot Recipe

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Mimosa Jello Shot Recipe

Mimosas are one of the most famous drinks in the world. This drink is perfect for both casual and festive occasions, such as holidays, mothers’ days, birthdays for the family, and even weekend brunches. You will realize over time why it has been a favorite choice since the 1920s when you try this fruity drink named after the yellow mimosa flower.

This classic jello shot has the advantage of the bubbles mixed into it by the wine. This is an excellent pour-and-serve shot that is easy to make. If you like your mimosas sweeter, pour equal quantities of orange juice and sparkling wine, or choose a sweet sparkling wine.

Tips

  • You can serve it with your favorite brunch dishes from frittatas to French toast or you can eat it with cheese, crackers, and fresh seasonal fruits as a light snack.
  • Champagne is a nice option, but saving money with a nice prosecco or cava is also a good choice. (Cointreau does a great job) The triple sec is an optional but recommended.
  • Other than making a mimosa with wine, make one with a sparkling grape juice or cider.

Cocktail strength (from 1 to 10 scale)

The strength of Mimosa Jello Shot Recipe is 2 out of 10.

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Nutrition (calories per serving)

The estimated calories of Mimosa Jello Shot Recipe is 133 per serving.

Preparation time (minutes)

The time it takes to create Mimosa Jello Shot Recipe is 30 minutes.

Tools needed

  • mixing bowl

Glass

  • shot glass

Ingredients (ML/OZ)

  • 4 oz champagne
  • 3 oz orange jello
  • 1/2 tbsp plain gelatin
  • oranges

Steps to Make It

  • Cut the orange in half, scoop the flesh and set aside.
  • Mix the orange jello and plain gelatin into a mixing bowl filled with 240 ml of hot water.
  • Once the mixture is cooled, add the champagne and stir gently.
  • Place the scooped orange flesh on each glasses (depends on how many glasses you'll make).
  • Pour the gelatin mixture on each prepared glasses, place in the refrigerator and let it sit.
  • Serve cold. Enjoy.

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