15 Amazing Champagne Recipes

Instead of just pouring a glass right out of the bottle, why not jazz up your evening with something a bit more unique? Whether it’s for a bridal shower or a dinner party with your closest of friends, these 15 champagne recipes will add the right kind of bubbles to the party. Whether it’s a dessert or a new twist on a cocktail that you can toast with, let’s see how you can infuse this sparkling sip into other edible parts of the celebration!

1. Raspberry Champagne Float

Well Plated starts out our celebration of all things bubbly with a float that’s main ingredient is, well, you guesses it: champagne. Combine it with ice cream or sorbet for an extra-special after-dinner treat. Your guests will thank you.

2. Champagne Brioche Bread

Who knew that champagne could even help you make delicious slices of bread? Check out this recipe over at Jenni Field’s Pastry Chef Online. And then serve it up at your next dinner party!

3. Champagne Vinaigrette

Champagne can even be used to make a delicious vinaigrette for your salads. Learn how to make it from scratch over at Epicurious. Mixed greens, candied pecans, goat cheese, and a bit of dried cranberries seem like a yummy assortment to drizzle this over.

4. Pink Champagne Ice Cream

1 Fine Cookie knows how to really top off your bachelorette slumber party with the ladies – or even a spa night with them! Learn how to create your very own pink champagne ice cream. It doesn’t need any toppings either, it can stand on its own.

5. Creamy Champagne Chicken

Cafe Delites went the entree route and used champagne as their inspiration. This creamy, champagne chicken is a knockout meal. Whether it’s for a date night in or for the entire family, it’s a great choice.

6. Champagne Shirley Temple

Make an adult-style Shirley Temple with some champagne as the kick! Sugar & Soul will give you all of the details. This is a great cocktail for celebrations like bridal showers, engagement parties, birthdays, and more.

7. Champagne Soaked Gummy Bears

These are a definite to serve up on New Year’s Eve or your bachelorette weekend. They’re pretty too, don’t you think? Check out how to get your gummy bears a bit tipsy over at The Skinny Fork.

8. Lobster with Champagne Sauce

There’s even some champagne sauce to be had. Learn how to make some over at Food To Love and you’ll get the added benefit of being taught this delicious lobster dish to boot. This is a great way to impress the in-laws.

9. Champagne Cupcakes

Life Love and Sugar went the dessert route with some champagne-infused cupcakes. Again, these are the perfect treat for celebrating with. At a wedding, at the bridal shower, or even at a birthday, they’ll definitely delight the taste buds.

10. Hibiscus & Ginger Champagne Cocktail

Spoon Fork Bacon has another cocktail that you may learn how to whip up. Hibiscus and ginger is a fun and unique flavor pairing as it is. It’s a great way to celebrate plus get a new sip to try.

11. Champagne Sugar Cookies

Show Me the Yummy made some beautiful cookies that not only look delicious but they actually are. We’ve made them and can attest to the fact that they’re melt-in-your-mouth yummy. And that frosting isn’t something you should skip out on.

12. Pink Champagne Truffles

HGTV teaches us all how to create some pink champagne truffles. These can be favors or act as the topping to a great night with your beau. Or, you can whip up a batch as a DIY gift for your bestie to enjoy!

13. Champagne Risotto

Here’s another entree that utilizes a bit of the bubbly too. Risotto is known for being a bit harder to make but, it’s so worth it. And that’s especially true with this champagne pasta dish from ZagLeft.

14. Champagne & Truffle Cheese Fondue

Who loves fondue? Well, you can whip some up right at home and make it an extra special bite with this recipe from Epicurious. A bit of champagne and a bit truffle flavoring will make that “special” come alive.

15. Blackberry Champagne Punch

And finally, we leave off with another cocktail recipe we’re loving. Blackberries are a beautiful accompaniment to a good champagne. How Sweet Eats will give you all the know-how behind its creation.

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  1. Jenni

    Thanks for including my brioche. Please note that it doesn’t contain champagne but uses champagne yeast rather than bread yeast for its rise. I just don’t want your readers to be surprised when they go to see and don’t find actual champagne in the recipe. Thanks again.

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