Use the Minnesota Blizzard to Make Snow Mimosas

posted by @mollieonair - 

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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