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Orange Creamsicle Mimosas

These Orange Creamsicle Mimosas are the perfect pep up this week! Bubbly Champagne meets sweet & creamy vanilla ice cream mixed with orange sherbet, and just a touch of mint.

It’s no secret that Champagne makes everything better! And this cocktail does not dissapoint! It’s the perfect take on a “Dreamsicle” – no blender required!

To start you’ll need a bottle of your favorite champagne! When it comes to using champagne in a cocktail, it does not need to be pricey! There are plenty of affordable, high-quality champagne options out there, perfect for this! So, grab your favorite bottle. (Note – You can also use Friexenet or Prosecco!)

Orange Creamsicle Mimosas

Start by scooping vanilla ice cream and orange sherbet into your glass. There are premade creamsicle ice creams you can easily pick up or you can add them separately!

Next, pour your Champagne right on top of the ice cream. Add a sprig of mint – this is not only the perfect garnish it pairs really well with the flavors in this cocktail too!

It’s that easy to make! Just scoop & pour. The ice cream sort of melts into the champagne and the flavors just get better and better.

Orange Creamsicle Mimosas

Print Recipe
Serves: 1 Cooking Time: 10 minutes


  • Scoop vanilla ice cream & orange sherbet into a champagne glass.
  • Pour Champagne over ice cream.
  • Add a mint leave!
  • Sit back and enjoy!



1/2 Scoop Vanilla Ice Cream


1/2 Scoop Orange Sherbet


1 Cup Champagne


Mint leave (optional)

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