Make these cranberry sorbet champagne floats for your next party! They’re perfect for this time of year, and such a fun way to celebrate the season!
Hey, my friend! We are well into November already, can you believe it??
I don’t know about you, but as the calendar advances, my thoughts are turning more and more towards holiday entertaining. Cranberry sorbet champagne floats have been on my must-make list for SO long, and I’m so glad to finally have made them. And to be sharing the idea with you!
Can you think of anything more fun than a bubbly pink drink topped with a sweet scoop of frozen fruitiness? Just looking at it makes me feel happy.
And it’s perfect for the season too. Cranberries are abundant at this time of year and they’re at their peak of freshness. Their tart flavor is a perfect counterpoint to all the rich fall flavors we’re cooking with for Thanksgiving and Christmas.
If you’re hosting a cocktail party, cranberry sorbet champagne floats are a great accompaniment to your cheese board! Or they’d make a great after-dinner treat, or even a palette cleanser in between courses!
Those bouncy pink bubbles and that sweet-tart frozen treat are just a great way to get everyone in the party mood. I hope you’ll give this idea a try!
Cranberry Sorbet Champagne Floats
Make these cranberry sorbet champagne floats for your next party! They're perfect for this time of year, and such a fun way to celebrate the season!
- 6 cups (560 grams) cranberries (fresh or frozen)
- 1 ½ cups (300 grams) granulated sugar
- 1 ½ cups (237 grams) water
- champagne or sparkling wine
Please visit KitchenAid's blog, The Kitchenthusiast, for the recipe directions and full tutorial.