This Apple Cinnamon Rolls with a Mimosa Glaze Recipe has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. The Mister and I LOVE to host brunch at our house. We like to host because (1) it makes us clean the house, (2) we get to see our friends and visit over a great meal and (3) we get an excuse to drink MIMOSAS! Unfortunately, until our kitchen gets redone, we only have a tiny 3-burner electric stove, so anything that can be prepared using the oven, such as Baked French Toast Casserole, Hash Brown Muffins, or Pepperidge Farm Apple Cinnamon Sweet Rolls really makes it easier!
Today, I’m sharing how I serve my Pepperidge Farm Apple Cinnamon Sweet Rolls with a delicious Mimosa Glaze along with setting up the perfect Mimosa bar.Let’s start with the Sweet Rolls and Mimosa Glaze. I found the Pepperidge Farm Apple Cinnamon Sweet Rolls in the refrigerated section near the biscuits and butter. And Florida’s Natural Orange Juice with 100% Florida Orange Juice is in the juices. Now cooking the Apple Cinnamon Sweet Rolls is pretty simple, just follow the directions on the packaging and while they bake, you can quickly whip up a Mimosa Glaze. The recipe is below, but first, you are going to need a few ingredients, so let’s pop open that champagne bottle!
- 1.5 cups confectioners’ sugar, sifted
- 1 Tsp melted butter
- 3 Tbsp Orange Juice
- 2 Tbsp Champagne
- Dash of salt
- In a medium bowl or mixer, mix together your melted butter, orange juice, and champagne.
- Then slowly whisk in the sifted confectioners’ sugar until you reach your desired consistency of a thick honey.
- If mixture is too thick, add more orange juice or champagne 1 tsp. at a time.
When the Pepperidge Farm Sweet Rolls are done baking, simply remove from the oven, place on your favorite serving platter, drizzle your Mimosa Glaze over the sweet rolls, add optional orange twist garnishes, and serve!Now, you may have noticed you have quite a bit champagne left over … and you can’t let that go to waste … so let’s set up a mimosa bar with 100% Florida Orange Juice!
I like to mix and match my glasses, and notice you do NOT have to use champagne flutes. I also like to break out the fancy paper straws when hosting brunch and I get fresh flowers to brighten up the table. I’ve shared a fun brunch recipe with you and I’d love to hear about yours! Leave a comment sharing your favorite recipe below!