If you ask me, these raspberry sorbet champagne floats are basically the adult version of sherbert punch (which, apparently isn’t something that most people have had and it blows my mind).
Growing up, I knew it would be an awesome party if they had sherbert punch and now that I’ve grown up and can host parties of my own, I wanted a fancier way to showcase something that I loved as a child.
And thus, the raspberry sorbet champagne float was born.
- Raspberry sorbet
That’s literally all you need to make this. Two ingredients!
Keep in mind that the sorbet can be literally any flavor you’d like. You can even use rainbow sherbert if you’d really like to!
How to make raspberry sorbet champagne floats
Ready to make these incredibly simple champagne floats? Here’s what you’ll need to do.
Using a small cookie scoop (or a spoon) scoop out two good sized helpings of sorbet. Then, top it off with your champagne! Voila – you have champagne floats ready to enjoy ♡
Can you make these non-alcoholic?
Absolutely you can!
Feel free to swap the champagne for some sparkling cider or sprite to keep these floats non-alcoholic 🙂
One final note
In my opinion, these raspberry sorbet champagne flutes can be made any day of the year but they’re perfect for Valentine’s Day! I also love making these for my girlfriends and I whenever we hangout at the house.
Pro tip: If you want to serve them for Valentine’s Day, I highly recommend serving them with some rose petals on top. It really makes the drinks pop!
I hope you love these! Let me know if you’ve made them in the comments below and what your thoughts were (or if you swapped the raspberry sorbet for another flavor)!Print
How to Make Raspberry Sorbet Champagne Floats
These raspberry sorbet champagne floats are the grown up version of sherbert punch! These are made with two ingredients and take less than 5 minutes to assemble!
- Prep Time: 5 Minutes
- Total Time: 5 Minutes
- Yield: 2 Servings 1x
- 2 – 4 scoops raspberry sorbet
- 2 cups champagne
- *Optional – raspberries for garnish
- Add 1 – 2 scoops of raspberry sorbet to each glass. Then, pour in 1 cup of champagne to each glass (or enough to fill the glasses).
- Garnish with raspberries or leave as is and enjoy!