Easter brunch beverage

What is your favorite beverage for a causal relaxing weekend brunch?  I enjoy a mimosa, but it would seem that I’m not the only one who occasionally indulgences in the day time beverage.  Data from Google trends shows that search interest in brunch has been rising since 2004.  Those spikes in interest correspond to Easter and Mother’s Day-two days that are evidently synonymous with brunch, with mimosa leading the way as the favorite.

I personally like having brunch at home as I find it overpriced at restaurants, plus I love the causal vibe it creates.  AND its so easy to set up. 



What you will need
-Your finest Orange Juice
-Your favorite Prosecco

1.     Find a place where your guests can easily help themselves.  The last thing you need or want are your guests coming in the kitchen interrupting you while you are busy preparing.
2.    Set the Prosecco in a wine bucket filled with ice
3.    Place Orange juice on a tray along with plenty of glasses.

For guests who prefer a mocktail, how about an Orange juice, mineral water spritzer with elderflower syrup—2 parts Orange Juice—1 part fizzy water—a splash of elderflower syrup.

What better way to welcome your guests and wish them a Happy Easter- than with a bubbly glass of happiness.