FROZEN RASPBERRY CHAMPAGNE

FROZEN RASPBERRY CHAMPAGNE

About two years ago, when we had my sister stay for a week, we decided to experiment, and make frozen coca cola. Turning some cola, and then smashing the hell out of it, turned out to be really tasty and not just fun. I kinda remembered that since my sister’s visiting us soon again, and… Read more »

About two years ago, when we had my sister stay for a week, we decided to experiment, and make frozen coca cola. Turning some cola, and then smashing the hell out of it, turned out to be really tasty and not just fun. I kinda remembered that since my sister’s visiting us soon again, and turned it into something more classy. 
I’m pretty sure you’ve never heard of frozen champagne right? I did my research, and couldn’t find something similar, hopefully not for a particular reason! Having grown in Russia, it’s only normal that i’m obsessed with raspberries, and lately i’ve discovered a new juice, with raspberries  and strawberries that’s pure heaven.
Ingredients

Raspberry Juice
Raspberry champagne or pink champagne, or simple champagne 
Fresh raspberries if you prefer
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Being as lazy as i am, i usually prefer really simple recipes. Like put this and that -which you already have in the fridge- and you’re done. The closest thing we have to raspberries here is the frozen ones, which i haven’t tried yet. So if you prefer you could put some fresh raspberries in the blender, and then mix them with some raspberry juice. 
So basically, there are only two ingredients, the juice and champagne – i was lucky enough to find raspberry champagne. This is not your ready to go drink. You have to pour the champagne and the juice separately in two bowls and freeze them. I did them separately, just to have the option to control how much juice and how much alcohol my guests want. 
Once it’s ready, you take the big ice cubes from the (small) bowls, and have fun smashing them! You won’t believe how delicious it will smell. It’s basically as easy as 123, the only effort is in the time to put everything in the fridge a night before. And yes, prefer small plastic bowls to freeze the liquids in, so it’s easier to control the measurements. 
It’s so much more fun to have your drinks frozen! Can’t wait to try different flavours with this one. Enjoy!