Strawberry Champagne

Monday, December 28, 2015
Strawberry Champagne is the perfect cocktail for Easter, Mothers Day, Thanksgiving, or Christmas! Such an easy recipe to make!
With the end of the year just days away I thought I would share Strawberry Champagne as a fun cocktail to celebrate the passing of another year.

Strawberry Champagne is super simple to make with only 4 ingredients. We decided to use Prosecco Sparkling Wine to make Strawberry Champagne for it's fresh fruity taste, but Pink Moscato Champagne is equally delicious, with a bit of a sweeter flavor, and leaves the color of the cocktail on the redder side.

I soaked a few strawberries in champagne to garnish the sides of the glasses. After a few hours the strawberries not only become extra juicy, but tickle the tongue with bubbles in every bite! I learned the champagne soaked fruit secret years ago from a friend named Karyn at a summer barbecue.
She loves her champagne, and told me the only thing better was dropping some fruit in the bottom of the glass to enjoy after a few top offs.

Just incase you need another reason to pop the bubbly there was some news back in November that enjoying 1-2 glasses of Champagne per week could help prevent alzheimer's and dementia from the phenolic compounds, they are still working on human trials but I may not mind volunteering myself for this study! 

Since we are trying to be healthier in the New Year one of my resolutions might need to include enjoying a glass of bubbly each week for the sake of memory! 

Soak strawberries in champagne.

First I washed the strawberries well and placed them in a container just deep enough to cover them in champagne. Cover and refrigerate for 4 hours or overnight.

Of course Strawberries soaked in Champagne are a glorious enough treat to enjoy on their own.

Strawberries in blender with sugar and lime juice.

To make the Strawberry Puree: Add 6 whole Strawberries with stem removed, Juice of 1 whole Lime, and 1-2 teaspoons Sugar or Honey (optional and will depend on how sweet strawberries are). 

Strawberry Puree for Strawberry Champagne.

Puree until smooth.

Pour Strawberry Puree into fluted champagne glass.

Fill glasses 1/4-1/3 of the way full of strawberry puree! 

Top off strawberry puree with champagne to make Strawberry Champagne a favorite cocktail for brunch or holidays from Serena Bakes Simply From Scratch.

Garnish side of glass with one of the strawberries soaked in champagne and top off  champagne flutes with Prosecco Sparkling Wine, Pink Moscato Champagne, or your favorite Champagne.

Strawberry Champagne is the perfect cocktail for Easter, Mothers Day, Thanksgiving, or Christmas! Such an easy recipe to make!

If your looking for a cocktail with a little extra kick make sure to check out my Strawberry Grapefruit  Mimosas they contain a bit of tequila for a little extra punch and are always a brunch / party time favorite! 

Make sure to check out all my other favorite Cocktail and Appetizer recipes for your next party! 

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Strawberry Champagne

Strawberry Champagne garnished with strawberries soaked in champagne makes a fun cocktail perfect for New Years Eve, Brunch, Easter, Mother's Day or any other occasion! So fun and elegant from Serena Bakes Simply From Scratch.
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prep time: 5 Mcook time: total time: 5 M


  • 6 whole Strawberries, Washed
  • Champagne (For Soaking Strawberries)
  • 6 whole Strawberries, Washed and Stems Removed
  • 1 whole Lime, Juiced
  • 1-2 teaspoons Sugar or Honey To Taste, Dependent On How Sweet The Strawberries are. (optional)
  • 1 bottle Champagne, Cold ( I like Prosecco Or Pink Moscato Champagne)


How to cook Strawberry Champagne

Champagne Soaked Strawberries
  1. Take 6 whole strawberries and place in a container just deep enough to cover. Smother strawberries with champagne, cover and refrigerate for 4 hours or overnight.
Strawberry Champagne
  1. In a blender add washed and stemmed strawberries, lime juice, and sugar. Puree until smooth. (For parties mixture can be made ahead of time and refrigerated.)
  2. Fill champagne flutes or servings glasses 1/4 - 1/3 full with pureed strawberry mixture.
  3. Slice 1/2 way up the bottom of Champagne Soaked Strawberries and use to garnish edge of glass.
  4. Top glasses off with cold champagne and enjoy! Cheers!
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  1. How many glasses does this recipe make?

    1. About 6 Champagne Glasses. I hope that helps! Have a nice weekend! Serena


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