How To Make a Pineappple Mimosa

Pineapple Mimosas
Pineapple Mimosas

The traditional Mimosa, popular at breakfast and brunch gatherings, is typically made with orange juice. This Mimosa variation uses frozen pineapple-orange-banana juice concentrate, and tastes delicious. So why not switch things up a bit and make yourself a pineapple mimosa. 


  • 1/2 cup of sparkling wine
  • 1/4 cup of cold water
  • 2 tablespoons of frozen pineapple-orange-banana juice concentrate, thawed
  • ice cubes
  • fresh pineapple wedge or orange wedge 


  1. Mix the pineapple-orange-banana juice concentrate, sparkling wine, and cold water together in a cocktail shaker with ice.
  2. Strain the mixture into a glass with ice cubes, and garnish with a fresh wedge of pineapple or orange. 

Nutritional Information:

calories-147, saturated fat-0g, total fat-0g, cholesterol-0g, sodium-4mg, carbohydrates-18g, fiber-0g, protein-1g Daily Values: vitamin A-1%, vitamin C-34%, calcium-1%, iron-3%

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The Pink Panther 6 years ago from Sydney, Australia

Mmmmm - Looks delicious. I've always wondered how to make mimmosa after that scene of the 'Incredibles' film.

Great hub!

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