Super Sparkly ‘Monster Mash Mimosas’ Are Perfect for Halloween

Updated: Dec. 03, 2023

This recipe is bound to be a graveyard smash!

You have to have a mimosa at brunch or breakfast. It’s a staple. I mean, does anything say “brunch” like the signature orange juice and champagne combo of a mimosa? We think not. For a spooky take on this simple drink, people are making hauntingly tasty “Monster Mash” mimosas!

This recipe is ideal for Halloween breakfast or a Hocus Pocus party at any time of day. Here’s how to make the perfect All Hallows’ Eve cocktails.

What’s in this Halloween mimosa?

It may sound like the mimosas are full of creatures of the night, but the glittering drinks are actually quite sweet. According to TikTok creator The Spritz Effect (@thespritzeffect), her Monster Mimosas taste “like sweet champagne with a hint of melon!” Thanks to the magic of edible glitter, this sparkly delight of melon liqueur and champagne makes for a mimosa worthy of Frankenstein.

How to Make Monster Mash Mimosas

The mimosas are a pretty straightforward recipe. As The Spritz Effect says, “these couldn’t be any cuter (or easier)!” That may explain why they’re so popular, racking up nearly 600,000 likes on TikTok. Here’s how to make the eerie viral cocktail. Or, as one TikTok user commented, “the most beautiful mimosas we’ve ever seen!”

@thespritzeffect Monster Mash (melon) mimosas for your spooky brunches this month! Just add a half ounce of melon liqueur to your bubbly! Follow along for more halloween recipes edible glitter is @Fancy Sprinkles®, sprinkles are from target! #halloween #thespritzeffect #mimosa #halloweendrinks #halloweencocktailreciepes #monstermash #fallcocktail #fallrecipes ♬ Monster Mash – Bobby “Boris” Pickett & The Crypt-Kickers


  • Just enough vanilla frosting to rim a glass
  • Halloween sprinkles
  • Pinch of edible glitter
  • 1/2 ounce melon liqueur
  • Enough champagne to fill the glass


To create this sparkly Halloween mimosa, start by rimming a drinking glass with vanilla frosting and Halloween sprinkles. The Spritz Effect uses bats and ghosts from Target but any spooky sprinkles will do.

From there, add a pinch of edible glitter to the glass—The Spritz Effect’s is from Fancy Sprinkles—and half an ounce of melon liqueur. Fill the rest of the glass with champagne for a cocktail that offers “no tricks, just treats!” as The Spritz Effect says.

Now that you know how to make ’em, add these mimosas to the list of Halloween drinks for the season. In fact, bring a batch of Halloween mimosas to any upcoming brunches, potlucks or Halloween parties for a smash hit!