6 Delectable Desserts to Make with Leftover Bubbly

by Michelle Guerrere

If you're anything like me, you seriously over-purchase everything when you're hosting a party. For all the NYE hostesses out there, I bet you have more sparkling wine in your humble abode than you've seen in ages (especially because your oh-so-grateful guests each came with beverages in tow). But after all the midnight toasting, you might not be ready to pop open a new bottle for drinks anytime soon. Here are a few recipes for delicious sweets that can be made with your champagne surplus: 

Pomegranate Champagne Sorbet

The trick for this recipe is to boil the champagne and other ingredients first, then chill in the freezer so the consistency is just right before putting in the ice cream maker. A whipped cream and pom arils garnish is right on point. Visit The Cookie Rookie for the recipe.

Strawberry Champagne Shortbread Cookies

Strawberry preserve shortbread cookies topped with a confectionary-sugar-and-champagne icing? We're sold. Visit Place Of My Taste for the recipe. 

Champagne Salad Frozen Dessert

Now this is a salad we'd like second helpings of: Cream cheese, sugar, strawberries, bananas, crushed pineapple, pecans, and Cool Whip are beaten together and frozen overnight. Best part? You can freeze individual servings for when the craving strikes. Visit Hello Homebody for the recipe. 

Champagne Macarons

The traditional macaron gets a modern-day makeover with a champagne-infused buttercream filling. Visit Eats Well With Others for the recipe. 

Chocolate-Champagne Truffles

Champagne and Cognac are the perfect pairing for a boozy semi-sweet chocolate truffle rolled in sparkling sugar. Visit Martha Stewart for the recipe. 

Champagne Cupcakes

Champagne-infused vanilla cupcakes with bubbly-flavored frosting (and dusted with shots!) are made with ingredients you should already have in the house. Visit Life, Love & Sugar for the recipe. 

Purchase a chic, tiered cake stand to show off all of your yummy treats. 

What is your favorite champagne-infused dessert? Tell us in the comments section. 

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