Champagne Jello

January 1, 2012 at 9:51 pm | Posted in Uncategorized | 1 Comment

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SOLID CHAMPAGNE!  This is the one of the cutest ideas I have come across – and it was a hit for New Year’s Eve in our new house!

 

First, sprinkle 3 tablespoons of unflavored gelatin over 2 cups of cold white grape juice in a saucepan.  Slowly heat over low heat until the gelatin has melted, and add 2 tablespoons of sugar.

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Remove from the heat and cool to room temperature – then add two cups of champagne, and add roughly 1/3 cup to each champagne flute (15 flutes for me).  This should leave about half of the mixture.

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Float one hulled strawberry to each flute and chill for one hour.

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After the one hour, blend the remaining mixture in a blender until it is frothy.

 

ImageTop each glass with the remaining froth – about another 1/3 cup for each flute.

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Chill for another 3 hours at least, and serve with a spoon… how great is this?

 

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  1. Super Uber CUTE!!! Definitely going to be trying this for an adult dessert for me and my boyfriend on his birthday. This would be the perfect topping to end a romantic evening… I just have to figure out the proper measurements to make it for two. Thanks for the idea!


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