Stylish Champagne Cocktails to Make at Home for New Year’s Eve

Holiday season is still in session and it isn’t over until we say it is! Or until January 1st at least. Now 2020 may have not been the best year for all of us, but there’s still no reason you shouldn’t end the year in style! 

If your spending New Year’s eve watching the ball drop at home with loved ones, make sure you’re spending the holiday sipping on something stylish and fabulous. We’ve got 6 snazzy champagne cocktail recipes, that will have you ringing in the new year the right way. Read below to view our sparkly selection.

Sparkly Raspberry Champagne Cocktails

Did someone say sparkly champagne? Well what about pink sparkly champagne? Here’s a sparkly raspberry champagne cocktail, recipe that is easy to make and delicious to drink.

This drink is a great way to celebrate the end of the year and it’s easy to make. Start by dipping the rim of your champagne glass in a small bowl of water, then dip the rim in sugar. After that, you’re going to add in the ingredients for the cocktail. In no particular order, you’ll need 2 cups of champagne, 2 ounces of raspberry liquor or raspberry vodka, and 2 ounces of raspberry simple syrup. You’ll additionally need raspberries and sugar to garnish this shimmering cocktail.

Confetti Champagne 

Some say to pop the champagne, while others say to pop the confetti. We say why not pop both and make a dazzling drink! Check out this confetti champagne  recipe.

It calls for 1 lime wedge, 1/3 c. assorted Pop Rocks, 6 oz. of vanilla vodka, 1 bottle of Champagne (or Prosecco) and 1 (20 oz.) bottle of sprite. You’ll want to wet the rim of your glass with the lime wedge, pour the Pop Rocks on a plate and then dip the glass onto the plate. After that you will pour the champagne and the sprite evenly between the glasses. This bubbly drink will be a festive crowd-pleaser!

Champagne Margarita

When looking for a drink that’s tangy rather than sweet this champagne margarita is the go to! This drink is made by combining ½ c. fresh lime juice, 1 c. silver tequila, ½ c. orange liqueur and 1 bottle of champagne (about 3 cups). 

Then have extra limes to wet the rim of the glass and then dip in salt. After that you can distribute the mixture evenly! This is a great option for the tequila fans who still want to celebrate with champagne on New Year’s.

Champagne Jello Shots

Why take your bubbly to a traditional glass when you can make it into a fun and boozy treat with champagne jello shots! These jello shots may be the cutest ones I’ve ever seen! Not only is it perfect for December 31st, it’s a must try recipe for any festive occasion.

 This one takes a little bit more time, but the outcome is worth it! This recipe will need 1 ½ c. champagne (divided), 1 tbsp. lemon juice, ¼ c. sugar, 3 envelopes gelatin, 1/4c. vodka and rainbow sprinkles. It’s like a regular jello shot, but “way classier.”

Mimosa Floats

Looking for a drink that will serve as boozy dessert? This mimosa float recipe that has a big scoop of sherbet sitting in the middle of it? If this is surrounding like something you might like, try out this recipe!

 First pour melted chocolate on a plate. Then, on another small plate, pour some rainbow sprinkles. Dip the champagne class in the chocolate and then onto the sprinkles. After that add 1 to 2 scoops of rainbow sherbet to each champagne flute and serve with champagne immediately. Make sure you have ¼ c. of melted white chocolate and rainbow sprinkles. 1 750-mL bottle of champagne (or Prosecco) and 1 qt. of rainbow sherbet.

Death in the Afternoon Cocktail

For a totally tipsy vibe try out the Death in the Afternoon Cocktail.  Fun fact, this drink was actually invented by Hemingway. It’s a surprisingly strong  bubbly drink, that’s sure to “get partygoers talking.”

Add ¼ to ½ oz. of absinthe into a champagne flute and top with 4 oz. of chilled champagne or other sparkly wine

Edible Glitter Cocktail

Now last but not least, is a secret to sparkling drink one can’t miss. It’s a recipe composed of only 2 ingredients and takes about 1 minute to make. If you’re someone who likes their classic  champagne but also wants a fabulous looking glass of bubbly, this was made for you! Try out edible glitter!

Stay with me here because if you’ve never heard of it, it may sound weird. Edible glitter is what restaurants use to make your cocktails sparkly and pretty. It is completely safe and can be found at Fancy Sprinkles’ website. This is the ingredient you’re missing to take your drinks to the next level!

What champagne cocktail will you be  mixing up this New Year’s Eve? Drop a comment below and let us know!

Be sure to check out our latest article on must have pajama sets to ring in the New Year in style at home!


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