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Updated September 18, 2017
ripe peaches, sliced + more for garnish
Place the peaches, sugar and water in a large saucepan and bring to a boil. Simmer until the peaches are soft and have released their juices, about 5-10 minutes.
Strain the mixture through a fine mesh strainer, discard the peach pulp and place the peach syrup in the fridge until well chilled, at least 1 hour.
Slowly pour the beers into one large pitcher or between 4 large glasses. Hold pitcher or glasses at angle to minimize froth. Add the peach syrup and stir to combine. Serve with a peach wedge and enjoy immediately.
- Try swapping in plums, nectarines or even apples in the fall!
- If you don’t want to make your own peach simple syrup, try subbing 1 cup peach juice.
Serving Size: 1 Serving
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0 Starch; 0 Fruit; 0 Other Carbohydrate; 0 Skim Milk; 0 Low-Fat Milk; 0 Milk; 0 Vegetable; 0 Very Lean Meat; 0 Lean Meat; 0 High-Fat Meat; 0 Fat;
*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
More About This Recipe
- Make the most of fresh peaches with this mimosa.It’s the time of year when the late summer produce begins piling up in my kitchen, making me a tad bit stressed. Not stressed in bad way, just that I won’t be able to use all of the glorious produce before it starts to spoil.Around here it’s Palisade Peach time and they’re just hitting their peak, so I’m always looking for new and exciting ways to cook and bake with them. Today I made these super fun, refreshing and delicious peach beer mimosas.These cute cocktails are so easy to make and perfect for game day entertaining. Just make a quick peach simple syrup, mix it with your favorite lager beer, and drink up!Slowly pour the beers into one large pitcher or between 4 large glasses. Serve with a peach wedge and enjoy immediately!
10 Best Mimosas for a Fantastic Brunch
Break out the bubbly because it's time for mimosas! The famous Champagne and OJ cocktail is a fantastic drink for brunch and a brilliant addition to any special occasion.
While the original mimosa recipe is a fabulous drink, it has served as inspiration for many new sparkling wine recipes. Today's array of mimosa flavors include cranberry, pomegranate, and pineapple. Whether you're looking for a seasonal recipe or a year-round go-to, there's sure to be a mimosa recipe for you.
Tips for the BEST Mimosas
Even though mimosas are simple drinks, here are a few tips that may come in handy.
- Fresh Squeezed Orange Juice Is Best. If you’re only making mimosas for a small group, go with fresh squeezed! The taste is much better and considering mimosa are half orange juice, you want it to be the best daggum orange juice ever! For a twist try using blood oranges with a few tangerines! Yum!
- Use Good Champagne: Use your favorite dry, sparkling non-sweet champagne. Prosseco is the most popular for mimosas.
- Keep It Cold: Make sure all ingredients are super cold before you make your pitcher of Mimosas. I usually make the fresh-squeezed orange juice the night before and stick it in the freezer prior to that it gets a bit slushy. I also chill my glasses.
That’s it! Easy, peasy and so delicious! And who says you need to have a brunch in order to make this?? Make it for yourself one morning ……while wearing a silk robe and smoking a long cigarette! Just playing about the smoking part, that’s just how I remember it as a kid in all those old soap operas my granddad use to watch.
Peach Beer Mimosas - Recipes
Fresh squeezed orange juice and chilled Mexican beer combine together for a fun twist on the classic mimosa.
Hello, friends! Welcome to another installment of The Secret Recipe Club. I've been apart of the SRC for a couple of years now, and have really enjoyed discovering new blogs from all over the world, learning about different cuisines, trying new recipes, and of course, making new friends along the way. Sadly, The Secret Recipe Club is coming to an end this month.
My assignment this month is The Spiffy Cookie written by PhD researcher in Microbiology, Erin, whose favorite food group is dessert. (Mine too!) But don't let the name of Erin's blog fool you, The Spiffy Cookie is about more than just cookies. There are lots of enticing sweet and savory recipes to choose from like pizzas, burgers, appetizers, entrees, soups, salads, and lots of yummy desserts. Erin's blog also has a selection of recipes for those cooking for one (or two).
Some of Erin's recipes that caught my eye were her Grilled Chocolate Chip Cookies, Peanut Butter Banana Bagels, and Peach Chicken with Balsamic Glaze. Ultimately I chose her Beermosa (Beer Mimosa), because I love beer cocktails and also because I have been craving mimosas since Hubby and I celebrated our 22nd wedding anniversary last month with a breakfast date that included a few fruity mimosas. And well, I can't think of a better way to bid farewell to a wonderful run with The Secret Recipe Club than a toast to celebrate of all the wonderful moments we've shared over the years. I will miss my SRC family, but plan to continue to visit everyone's blogs. And I will continue to share recipes here in my cocina, so be sure to stop by every once and a while to say "¡Hola!"
These beer mimosas are light, refreshing, and a little stronger than a traditional mimosa which makes them perfect for happy hour, tailgating, bonfires, or just hanging out with family and friends.
(Recipe adapted from The Spiffy Cookie)
- Juice of 1 lime
- 1/4 cup orange juice, chilled
- 2 oz. orange liqueur (Licor 43, Cointreau, or Grand Marnier)
- 1 (12 oz.) can beer, chilled
Squeeze the juice of 1 lime into a chilled beer mug. Pour in the orange juice and orange liqueur stir gently to combine. Top off with chilled beer. ¡Salud!(Cheers!)
*Tip: I used orange liqueur, but you can also use orange-flavored vodka.
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