Christmas Morning Mimosas #christmas #drink
Rosemary just ornament, so don’t be surprised. Your drink won’t taste like rosemary.
Sugared Cranberries are also really just decoration and you drop them in just before serving. You can eat them if you want to be a rebel.
Do you have a tradition every Christmas morning? Eddie and I are still working on our own, especially as Max just two. But it grows, we will wake up to hand a huuuuge wrote a letter from Santa (the year we got our first computer, TYPED his letter to Santa that so insane! omg!), my father would read it and in the letter it would tell us that the wrapping paper belongs to my brothers and me.
We will be opening gifts and just hung out for the whole morning in front of the Christmas tree with Christmas music playing. It’s the best.
This year, our morning may be the same here, but with just the three of us. Eddie’s been lighting the tree and turn on Christmas music every morning. I was thinking to do cinnamon rolls or something and then-mimosas for us!
- rosemary springs, for garnish
- sugared cranberries for garnish
- 1 (750mL) bottle champagne
- 3/4 cup cranberry, blood oramge or pomegranate juice (your preference!)
- 4 ounces fresh cranberries
- 1 1/2 cup granulated sugar
- 1/3 cup water
- Add an ounce or so of juice down champagne. Fill it with champagne, garnish with sugared cranberries and rosemary and serve!
- Add 1 cup of the sugar and water into a saucepan over medium heat. Whisk until the sugar is dissolved and bring the mixture to a boil, Cook for 2 to 3 minutes. Set aside until cool enough to touch. Once the syrup is cool, good dunk cranberries in it or pour liquid over them in a bowl. Place the remaining sugar on a plate. I found the prettiest stay cranberries if you try to remove any syrup “WAD ” and rolled them in sugar one at a time.