I think we can all agree that champagne is the quintessential New Year’s beverage. It is an icon, a symbol of the holiday itself. And since champagne is such an enormous part of any New Year’s celebration, there’s no reason that it should only be for drinking. So, I have compiled a list of some of the most delicious ways that you can eat your champagne this year. And of course, drink it, too.
You know what’s better than dessert for breakfast? Boozy dessert for breakfast.
This meal is the utter epitome of class. Champagne and Eggs Benedict? A recipe for drunk brunch success.
Microwave cooking just got an extremely bubbly and sophisticated upgrade.
Everything is better when it’s bite-sized, and pink, and covered in glitter, and tastes like champagne. Cake is certainly no exception.
A waffle recipe even Rufus Humphrey would approve of.
I’m a cupcake fanatic. And if you are too, these cupcakes and buttercream frosting will rock your world.
When it comes to chocolate, there’s something for everyone. Whether it’s milk or dark or white or semi-sweet, no one is impervious to chocolate’s charm. Throw in some champagne and you’ve got an unbeatable combo.
#SpoonTip: For the .01% out there who DO hate chocolate, feast your eyes on these amazing non-chocolate dessert recipes.
Sometimes taking a flight to Paris for an authentic French macaron infused with authentic French champagne is a bit out of the average college student’s price range. But it’s ok because these are next best thing.
Cream puffs are very under-appreciated in the dessert world. Let’s put an end to that.
Layers of brownie, strawberry, and champagne. Over and over again. There really isn’t a downside here.
Think of these as a drunken Cookie Monster’s dream come true. Plus they’re pink and covered in sugar. Double win.
Please eat, and drink, responsibly. Cheers!