Fab Friday: Champagne-Infused Desserts

Hello Fabulistas! 2013 has been a wonderful year with my HGTV holiday special and other exciting things. I’m even more excited to see what 2014 will bring! I’m inviting loved ones over for an all-ages New Year’s Eve party, but will have some adults-only champagne drinks and desserts. Champagne always makes it feel like a celebration! Here are a few champagne-infused desserts I’ll be serving at my celebration.

Lemon-champagne sorbet

This sorbet is one of the easiest recipes to make and always wows my guests! It looks luxe and over-the-top, yet it’s so simple. Simply add some store bought sorbet to a beautiful glass and top with your fave champagne. It’s amazing!

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from The Unexperts

Champagne cake pops

Cake pops are trending right now. I love them because they are easy to serve and eat. They don’t make a mess and taste fab! It’s easy to turn plain vanilla cake pops into champagne pops that look luxe.

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from Sweetapolita

Jellied champagne dessert

This champagne dessert recipe is a little more involved than the others, but it will wow your taste buds. It looks like a chic glass of champagne and tastes amazing! It’s one of my faves during the holidays because it looks so beautiful with my metallic decor.

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from Taste of Home

Champagne truffles

These truffles may sound difficult to make, but believe me, it’s an easy recipe. Truffles are one of my faves because they are so¬†decadent. Champagne truffles are even more delicious and this recipe is amazing!

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from Amy’s Cooking Adventures

Fudgy champagne brownies

Everyone goes nuts for fudgy brownies. They are rich, tasty, and the perfect feel-good dessert. This recipe, with some added champagne, is one I often make for guests.

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from 6 Bitter Sweets

Will you be ringing in the New Year with champagne desserts? Which of these recipes will you be making?