Looking for a new twist on the classic mimosa recipe? Why not try a lavender mimosa that swaps out orange juice for a more floral and unique flavor.
This refreshing cocktail is perfect for brunch, a bridal shower, or any occasion where you want to add a touch of elegance to your drinks menu. In this recipe, we will use a sugar-free lavender syrup to create a guilt-free and delicious alternative to the traditional mimosa. So, grab your favorite bottle of champagne or sparkling wine and get ready to mix up something special!
This was a surprise sugar free mimosa for us, especially the Chief Taster. When I mentioned lavender, he shuddered at the thought. One sip and he requested another. It's now a firm request for any brunch.
If you are looking for another unusual mimosa flavor to serve at brunch, try an apple cider mimosa. It's very refreshing!
Carbs in a Mimosa
A standard mimosa made with 2 parts champagne and 1 part orange juice (about 2 ounces of each) would contain approximately 8.5 grams of carbohydrates. By replacing the orange juice with a sugar free lavender syrup, reduces the carbs down to just 4g a glass.
This is a simple keto mimosa recipe with just 3 ingredients. You can use either champagne or prosecco for this drink.
The lavender syrup is our sugar free recipe and is easy to make.
How to Make a Low Carb Lavender Mimosa
Once you have your lavender syrup made, this is as simple as pour the ingredients and serve. It can be served in a straight or wide champagne glass. We like to serve ours with a glass dipped in lemon juice and a powdered low carb sweetener. Entirely optional.
More Low Carb Cocktails
You can still enjoy a glass or two of a cocktail without the high carb content. Here's a few recipes you might like to enjoy.
Low Carb Lavender Mimosa
- 1 oz lemon juice
- 2 oz sugar free lavender syrup
- 6 oz champagne or prosecco
- Add the lemon juice and lavender syrup to a champagne glass.
- Gently top up with chilled champagne or prosecco.
- Serve immediately.
The information shown is an estimate provided by an online nutrition calculator.