December 26, 2017

How to Make Pink Champagne Floats for New Year's Eve

Nothing says New Year's Eve quite like champagne.

How was your Christmas?

Who can believe that Christmas has come and gone? We certainly can’t!

We hope you had a wonderful day filled with lots of love and laughs with your loved ones. And hopefully you’ll be able to take it a bit easy this week.

And now we have New Year’s Eve on the brain! So, keep on reading for a delicious recipe you can whip up in seconds next weekend.


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You’ll Want to Make This Drink for New Year’s Eve

By Holly Wade

What says celebrate better than champagne? The answer: PINK champagne!

To celebrate the new year, try combining two party favorites to make a pink champagne float with strawberry ice cream that is worthy of a toast.

Make it a pink party with pink ice cream, such as strawberry or raspberry, and pink champagne or sparkling pink moscato wine. The ice cream intensifies the champagne bubbles and creates a drink that’s reminiscent of childhood root beer floats but WAY better. Sip it or spoon it – it’s delicious even as the ice cream begins to melt into the champagne.

And, spoiler alert, it’s so quick and easy to make!

Pink Champagne Floats


Add 1-2 scoops of ice cream to a champagne glass (I used a couple).

Slowly pour pink champagne over the ice cream.

Serve alone or with garnishes for the glass, such as a strawberry or a sprinkled rim.

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  • Strawberry or raspberry ice cream
  • Pink champagne

New Year’s Eve Plans?

Again, we hope you had an incredible Christmas, and now we’re just days away from New Year’s Eve! Do you have any big plans for it? Or laying low? Whatever you end up doing, these pretty and festive drinks would be perfect for your evening!

We’ll see you back here in the morning!

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