Apple Cider Mimosa

Let’s raise our mimosas and toast to my youngest starting daycare, betches! To all the first-time moms out there sobbing in the daycare parking lot, I get it. I was you once. I too cried as I drove off to work, wishing more than anything that I could quit my job and become a stay at home mom. Ten years and three babies later though, things are drastically different. The urge to cry is gone and not only am I not sad, I am fucking celebrating. Daycare means I can go back to my day job, get a paid lunch break and drink my coffee while it’s still hot. It means I get to have adult conversations. It means I get to take a dump with the door closed. Don’t get me wrong, I love my children more than anything, but with time I’ve realized that my mental health is much better when I am not caring for children 24/7. To the moms who choose the stay at home life; you ladies are goddamn warriors. Your roles are difficult, exhausting and often totally thankless. I highly recommend these Apple Cider Mimosas to you because lord baby Jesus knows you probably need it. Cheers!

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Here’s what you’ll need:

  • Apple cider
  • Sparkling wine (I used Prosecco)
  • Cinnamon
  • Coarse sugar

Here’s what you’ll do:

  1. Dip champagne flute rims into water. Place sugar in a shallow plate and turn the rim of the flute on it until the sugar coats it.
  2. Add a pinch of cinnamon to 1 cup of apple cider and stir.
  3. Pour apple cider into the prepped flutes and top off with equal parts sparkling wine.
  4. Serve and enjoy!

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