Use the Minnesota Blizzard to Make Snow Mimosas


None of us were asking for this April blizzard. But we don't have to let it interfere with our brunch game.

There are a bunch of recipes out there with snow as the main ingredient. I came across these 5 ways to eat fresh snow from the Food Network, and one of them was to make slushy snow mimosas. 

If you can muster a trip to the store to get these ingredients (if you don't already have them in your snow survival kit), this is what you'll want on your shopping list: apricot nectar or orange juice and Champagne or Presecco. Pour them over fresh snow in a champagne flute and enjoy! 

I think this goes without saying, but you can also make snow margaritas

Photo: Getty Images/Tian Jiang

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