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Creamy Pink Champagne Cocktail

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Creamy Pink Champagne Cocktail
  • Prep Time 10 min
  • Total Time 10 min
  • Servings 8
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Creamy Pink Champagne Cocktail

Quick and simple, this bright and creamy cocktail tastes like a Strawberry Bellini put on a bikini and decided to dance!

Ingredients

1
(2.2 oz) Betty Crocker™ Candy Shop Decors, pink
1/2
cup white chocolate chips
1
cup fresh strawberries, hulled and sliced
1
cup piña colada mixer (or melted vanilla or strawberry ice cream)
1
bottle pink champagne or Moscato, chilled

Directions

  • 1 Crush the Betty Crocker™ candy decors with a kitchen mallet to create smaller pieces, pour into a medium-sized bowl.
  • 2 Melt white chocolate chips in a small bowl. Dip the top of 8 champagne glasses into the white chocolate, then press into crushed candies to rim. Allow to cool and harden.
  • 3 In a medium-sized bowl, muddle strawberries. Add mixer or ice cream, stir until well combined. Pour about 2-3 tablespoons of the mixture into the bottom of a champagne glass (filling the bottom 1/4 of the glass). Slowly top off with champagne.
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Quick and simple, this bright and creamy cocktail tastes like a Strawberry Bellini put on a bikini and decided to dance!

As prepared by Cheeky Kitchen,

There’s nothing that says “party” quite like pink champagne. Like a glass of Marilyn Monroe, all decked out and ready to steal the show, fill a cocktail cup with a bit of blushy bubbly and you’ve added instant sparkle to just about any occasion.

With this pretty pink cocktail, you can add a kiss of sweetness to your celebration, too.

Pretty pink champagne, mixed with mulled strawberries and a splash of creamy pina colada mix (or melted ice cream—you pick the flavor combo here!) creates a gorgeous party punch that tastes like a bellini in a bikini. It’s pure cocktail perfection.

 

Here’s the mixology behind this marvel:

creamy pink champagne cocktail

Just a few simple ingredients are needed.

1)     Chilled pink champagne (or Moscato)

2)     Strawberries (hull the green leaves from the berries)

3)     Pina colada mixer or melted ice cream (vanilla or strawberry)

 

creamy pink champagne cocktail

Start by muddling the strawberries in a large bowl.

 

creamy pink champagne cocktail

Then add in the pina colada mixer (or melted ice cream) and muddle again until pretty and pink.

 

creamy pink champagne cocktail

The quick spin of a hand blender is a good way to break up any chunky hunks. Strawberry pieces are good, but keep ‘em on the smaller side. When well-muddled, you’ll end up with a mixture that looks like this.

 

creamy pink champagne cocktail

Time to rim your glasses! Grab some pink sprinkles or Betty Crocker™ Candy Shop Decors Pink Rock Candy.

 

creamy pink champagne cocktail

A little white chocolate melted into a small bowl… then dip the tops of your glasses into white chocolate and rim with pink candy. Allow the chocolate harden until ready to serve.

 

creamy pink champagne cocktail

Just before serving, spoon several tablespoons of your muddled strawberry cream into the bottle of fluted champagne glasses.

 

creamy pink champagne cocktail

Time for the bubbly! Top it all off with some champagne.

 

creamy pink champagne cocktail

And serve! If your glasses are big enough, you can add a pretty pink straw. Or simply give to your guests let them sip to their hearts content.

 

creamy pink champagne cocktail

This bubbly little sipper is sure to be a party time starlet. Serve and enjoy!

creamy pink champagne cocktail

 

creamy pink champagne cocktail

Brooke blogs at Cheeky Kitchen, where she shares crazy simple, healthy family recipes. She joined Tablespoon to share some of her best, so keep an eye on Brooke's profile to see what she cooks up next!

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