This raspberry champagne float is a terrific idea for a signature drink at your next party.
Today I’m bringing you a refreshing raspberry champagne float recipe that is perfect for upcoming luncheons or showers. I’ve been making versions of this for years as you can see in my modern owl baby shower, but if you’re in need of a pink colored drink to coordinate with your pink party, then this is the thing for you!
This can be your signature drink for any occasion as you set out the ingredients and let guests help themselves. There are a couple of things you can do to make your presentation attractive – make simple drink stirrers that match your decor, and pre-scoop your sherbet using a mini size scoop. Set out your champagne or sparkling wine along with fluted glasses and you’re all set.
Raspberry Champagne Float
- Bottles of bubbly, chilled
- 1 container raspberry sherbet
Pre-scoop the sherbet into a serving bowl and keep in the freezer until ready to use.
Add 2-3 scoops of sherbet to a fluted glass and fill with sparkling wine or champagne.
Use your stirrer to help break up the sherbet if you like.
This is so light and refreshing and I love to serve it for baby or bridal showers. For the mom-to-be you can use ginger ale instead of the champagne.
Doesn’t this raspberry champagne float sound tasty! Try it with orange, lime, or strawberry flavored sherbet too. Cheers!