Raspberry Pink Champagne Floats, made with pink champagne and raspberry sorbet, are the perfect Valentine’s treat!
I’ve never been a girl that’s all about pink. Never the girly girl. Never the one for frills and hearts. BUT…I’m definitely a champagne girl. Definitely a girl that still loves Valentine’s Day. So I compromise on pink for the holiday that celebrates love. February 14th is definitely a day for pink things, bubbly things, and all things girly.
Raspberry Pink Champagne Floats are the perfect sweet treat to make for your sweetie (or yourself).
You could also call these Champagne Floats “Sorbet Mimosas”. I made something similar (Click HERE for the recipe) when I first started blogging, and I was hooked. I love how the sorbet melts into the champagne and creates a sweet mix of fruity and bubbly. Refreshing, fabulous, and EASY! Such a fun way to impress your guests.
I love these for Valentine’s Day, but also for so many other occasions. They’re great for New Years Eve, girl’s baby showers, birthday parties, or wedding showers. You can use a clear champagne and use any color sorbet that fits the color of the day! Fun, right?
Cheers to love, and to raspberry pink champagne floats! Enjoy :)
Raspberry Pink Champagne Floats, made with pink champagne and raspberry sorbet, are the perfect Valentine's treat!
- 2-3 scoops raspberry sorbet
- 1 cup pink champagne I used Barefoot Pink Moscato
- fresh raspberries for garnish
- Place scoops of sorbet in large wine glass.
- Pour champagne over the sorbet.
- Top with raspberries.
- Allow to melt while you sip or eat with a spoon, either way works!
I hope you’ll love my raspberry pink champagne floats recipe, but LOOK… my friends have some great recipes using champagne, too:
Frozen Peach Champagne Cocktail (Spend with Pennies)
Champagne Punch Bellini (Crazy for Crust) – I could drink a pitcher full of this right now!
Champagne Cocktail Sugar Cubes (In Katrina’s Kitchen) – These would be SO cute floating in the pink champagne floats!
Champagne Mango-Lime Agua Fresca (Boulder Locavore)