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Pomegranate Valentine Mimosas


  • 1 bottle dry white sparkling wine
  • 3 cups 24 ounces orange juice
  • pomegranate juice amount will vary depending upon how many ice cubes you use in each drink


  1. Make pomegranate ice cubes the day or days before so that they have time to freeze. If you have a special tray, you may want to start even a few days ahead if you only have one tray and you want to make multiple batches. I stored the finished ice cubes in a zip top freezer bag to free the tray for more batches.
  2. Place a few of the frozen juice cubes in the bottom of a fluted champagne glass.
  3. Pour orange juice to just under the halfway point on the glass.
  4. Top with sparkling wine and serve.

Recipe Notes

*If you use equal ratios of juice and wine in your drink and a champagne flute holds about 6 ounces, you'll use about 3 ounces of wine per drink. Assuming about 25 ounces (750 ml) in an average bottle of wine you should be able to get 8 mimosas.

*Make a mocktail and substitute plain seltzer for the wine.

*Or skip pouring the orange juice and make orange juice and pomegranate cubes,then just fill your glass with lots of the juice cubes, then fill with sparkling wine! Then the hearts will really shine through! Yes! Next time I'm doing that!

*Use the ice cubes in kid friendly drinks like lemonade.