These Champagne and Raspberry Ice Cream Floats are a sweet and fun way to toast the New Year!
Another Christmas is in the books! I hope yours was as wonderful as mine was. With the last week of 2015 finally here it’s time to start thinking about New Year’s Eve and how you should probably make these Champagne and RaspberryIce Cream Floats to ring in the new year.
Glitz, glamor, appetizers and fancy foods are what most people associate New Year’s Eve with. I love this idea and dream of one day being invited to a rooftop party in New York City wearing my fanciest dress (yoga pants won’t do for this kind of party), jewels and hair done up. However in reality like I mentioned yesterday, it’s a miracle if I’m even awake to see the clock strike 12:00. I’m more of a 9:00pm girl, 10:00 if I’m out doing something. Being a dedicated early morning runner, late nights and getting up at 5:00am don’t mix very well. Sure I could push back my run and sleep in later, but I’ve got my routine and when you’re a routine person it’s hard to break them.
Instead of the fancy party, this year will be the same as the last couple years. My husband and I making appetizers and fun little desserts all while playing a wild game of monopoly….you know you want to come over and join us! This year instead of toasting the new year…I mean the 9 o’clock hour, with the usual glass of champagne we’ll be faceplanting into these champagne and raspberry ice cream floats.
I don’t know what gave me the idea to add ice cream to champagne, but I’m sure glad I did! It’s an adult ice cream float made classy with champagne of course. The homemade raspberry sauce, which is ridiculously easy to make, not only adds a beautiful pop of dark red color to the all white floats, but also the most delicious sweet raspberry flavor. Think of these like dessert mimosas! Heck you could even make them to go with New Year’s Day brunch the next morning if you need a little pick me up after a night of partying. Come back on Wednesday for one more New Year’s Eve appetizer!
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