Apple Cider Mimosas – Delicious Fall Wedding Treats!

Enjoy these delicious apple cider mimosas fall wedding treats!

You only need two ingredients to make these little delicious Apple Cider Mimosas.  It’s not rocket science! Pair the two together and you have the most delicious fall wedding drink. I can’t believe it took me so long to try it! Such a success. This is a new favorite! I think hard apple cider mimosas need to become a thing!

This cocktail looks both delicious and refreshing. No doubt it would be great for any wedding, but it would be especially good for a fall wedding.

I love Mimosas.  I love the simplicity.  They’re the perfect way to celebrate, start a day, of just unwind.  Nothing a little bubbly can’t fix.  I also love Apple Cider! I’ve used it in two of my all-time favorite cocktails, Apple Pie Punch and Apple Pie Sangria.  For some reason, I never considered blending the two!  Apple Cider Mimosas…the perfect cocktail!


  • Apple Cider
  • Champagne
  • Gold and silver sprinkles for rim of glass (optional)
  • Apple slices for garnish (optional)


  1. Dip the top of each champagne glass into water and then dip in the sprinkles to coat.
  2. Pour each glass champagne flute ½-3/4 full with apple cider.
  3. Top with champagne.
  4. Enjoy!

Note for the boys: Add some whiskey into your cider before mixing with the bubbly and you have something the fellas will openly say they love.

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Source: The Cookie Rookie

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