Sugared Champagne Raspberries

Do you love raspberries? Of course, this little red berry is delicious. Well, how to make sugared champagne raspberries is AMAZING!

Besides the fact berries are low in calories, these provide potassium, they are great for the heart and they lower blood pressure.

Also, this fruit contains omeg-3 fatty acids which makes these even healthier. This little berry is also a super source of vitamin C and fiber. Because this berry has a good amount of fiber, they keep us full.

Tip: Storing This Red Fruit to Keep Fresh

When storing raspberries, it’s a great to store these in the container they come in or in a breathable container. Also, avoid keeping them in the coldest section of the refrigerator.

For the most part, when buying these red beauties, look for plump dry berries in their container. Avoid purchasing any that seem wet to avoid mold.

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How to Make Sugared Champagne Raspberries springling the berries with organic golden sugar
How to Make Sugared Champagne Raspberries in serving dish with spoon

How to Make Sugared Champagne Raspberries

Ingredients Needed:

  • raspberries
  • champagne
  • sugar
  1. To begin, carefully wash the fruit and pat lightly with paper towel to remove excess water.
  2. When freezing berries, it’s best to spread them on a baking pan. This keeps them separate otherwise they may become a clump.
  3. Add the champagne to the fruit in a plastic container with a lid. Also, I used Verdi Spumante because I like the flavor much better. Give it a try.
  4. Place the container in the refrigerator for 12 hours. Tip: As these are sitting in the fridge, I lightly swirled the container every so often to make sure every berry is covered with the Champagne.
  5. Drain the berries well
  6. Toss gently in the sugar to coat
  7. Separate the fruit on the sheet pan and freeze for 12 hours

Freeze until ready to serve. Serve these with a pretty spoon for your guests to scoop this delicious berry up. I also advise having small forks for your guests to enjoy this sweet treat.

How to Make Sugared Champagne Raspberries close up

By the way this frozen treat is great as a snack, dessert, appetizer or ad to drinks or cocktails.

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Sugared Champagne Raspberries

Sugared Champagne Raspberries are great on their own as an appetizer or dessert. Add these to cocktails. Your guests will LOVE bit of red sweetness!
Prep Time 2 mins
Cook Time 0 mins
Total Time 12 hrs 2 mins
Course Appetizer, Dessert, Drinks, Snack
Cuisine American
Servings 6 people
Calories 50 kcal

Equipment

  • 1 Sheet Pan
  • 1 Plastic container with lid
  • 1 Strainer

Ingredients
  

  • 3 cups Raspberries make sure plump and not mushy
  • 1 cup Champagne I used Verdi, you can use vodka too
  • 3 tablespoons sugar I use organic golden sugar, it's less processed

Instructions
 

  • wash and dry 3 cups raspberries
  • Add Champagne/Verdi and Marinate in a marinate in the refrigerator for 12 hours
    3 cups Raspberries, 1 cup Champagne
  • Remove the mixture from freezer and lightly toss and cover the berries with 3 tablespoons of sugar and separate the berries to be individual to avoid them from sticking together in a clump. Use a sheet pan for this step
  • Place the sheet pan in the freezer for 12 hours
  • Remove and add to a bowl of your choice right before serving

Notes

Sugared Champagne Raspberries
 
  • carefully wash the fruit and pat lightly with a paper towel to remove excess water.
  • When freezing berries, it is best to spread them on a baking pan. This keeps them separate otherwise they may become a clump.
  • Add the champagne to the fruit in a plastic container with a lid. Also, I used Verdi Spumante because I like the flavor much better. Give it a try.
  • Place the container in the refrigerator for 12 hours. Tip: As these are sitting in the fridge, I lightly swirled the container every so often to make sure every berry is covered with the Champagne.
  • Drain the berries well
  • Toss gently in the sugar to coat well
  • Separate the fruit on the sheet pan and freezer for 12 hours
Freeze until ready to serve. Serve with a pretty spoon for your guests to scoop this delicious berry up. I also advise having small forks for your guest to enjoy this sweet treat.
By the way, this frozen treat is great as a snack, dessert, appetizer, or ad to drinks or cocktails.
OPTIONS: champagne, vodka
Keyword berries, berry, fuit, raspberries

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Hello, my name is Cindy and welcome to Cloches & Lavender. I enjoy making our house a home with antiques and thrifted finds. Antiques are used as my staples in my dcor to remain on a budget. I will often upcycle pieces with paint to make them new again. I enjoy DIYs

35 thoughts on “Sugared Champagne Raspberries

  1. I love raspberries but I usually don’t buy them because they go bad so quickly! Your recipe sounds fabulous and would make a great treat for summer! I’ll have to try this! Donna

  2. Sugar, champagne and strawberries … count me in! These would be great on a skewer atop my favorite Raspberry Kir Royale. Yum! xo

  3. This is so pretty and unique! I love it and want to give it a try this summer.

  4. I’ve never heard of these before Cindy but they look so good! I can’t wait to try your recipe. It’s totally going to up my summer picnic game. Big hugs, CoCo

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