(Closed) Champagne Recipes

posted 10 years ago in Food
Post # 3
32 posts

I’ve been looking for similar drinks because we’re serving a brunch menu.  One of the most helpful places I’ve found for recipes so far is the Food Network New Year’s site.  There’s a link on the lower righthand side for top celebratory cocktails.


Allrecipes also had a few champagne recipes that sounded tasty.  I’m excited to try this mimosa variation:


For a non-alcoholic option I recently served this at a friend’s

baby shower and it was a total hit.. 


Does anyone else have any good champagne or brunch type drink recipes to share?

Post # 4
158 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: March 2009

Poinsettias. Triple sec, cranberry juice and champagne. Very pretty red color.

Post # 5
98 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: December 1969

This isn’t champagne-based, but it IS bubbly, pretty and refreshing:

1/2 to 1 oz. Cointreau (depending on how strong you want it to be)

Fresh Strawberry slices

Club Soda or seltzer

Combine the above in a tall glass (or flute) over ice and garnish with a fresh lime wedge.

If you wanted to pre-make these to a degree, you could have the strawberry slices already cut and marinating in a chilled bowl with the  Cointreau and fresh lime juice.  Then, your guests could just ladle a bit into the iced glass and add the soda.

I love this drink in the summer b/c it’s light and not too sweet.

You might even be able to substitute champagne for the seltzer, though I’d eliminate the lime in that case.

Post # 6
1061 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: September 2008

We’re doing a prosecco bar at our wedding, so here’s a few ideas: pomegranate juice, mango juice, peach nectar, cassis, blueberry juice, orange juice (looks like you got that one covered). I’ve also heard of people doing flavored simple syrups.

Post # 7
12 posts
  • Wedding: February 2004

Here is a recipe from Martha Stewart Weddings. It’s called the Blushing Bride.

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