Raspberry Sorbet Champagne Float

With Valentine’s getting closer, I figured it would be a perfect time to share this easy and delicious champagne float with you all! I’m not a big fan of root beer floats but when it comes to champagne floats… it’s a different story 😉 ! This treat is so yummy and I love how easy it is to customize! It can be made for so many holidays and events other than V-Day, think baby showers, bride showers, birthdays, girl’s nights… the list goes on. I figured raspberry sorbet would be perfect for Valentine’s Day but I think strawberry would be yummy too! I used Talenti’s Sorbetto and would definitely recommend it! It’s such a high quality and deliciously smooth and flavorful sorbet. Top it with your favorite champagne in your favorite glasses and get to sipping’! Check out a few pretty wine glasses I’ve linked below to enjoy this yummy dink in ;).

P.S. How fun would it be to set up a champagne float bar at a party? Set out different flavored sorbets and individual bottles of champagne for the perfect set-up. Cheers! 

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xx, Amanda

February 7, 2017



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    Megan Haney

    February 21, 2017

    This seriously looks so delicious and it sounds yummy too! Can’t wait to try this recipe.


    Megan Haney | http://www.styledbymegan.com

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      February 21, 2017

      Thanks so much Megan! You’ll love it 😉

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    February 10, 2017

    This looks incredibly delicious Amanda!! I can’t believe I have never had something like this, but it is definitely on my list now!! I can’t wait to try it out! Your photography is beautiful!!

    Thank you for sharing!!

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      February 11, 2017

      Thank you so much Morgan… you are so sweet! It’s definitely one of my new favorite cocktails 😉 It’s so easy and fun to whip up!


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