Champagne Slushies

LAST UPDATED: Oct 01, 2020 | PUBLISHED: Jul 15, 2016 | By: Julie Blanner

Easy champagne slushies are a quick and easy to sip summer strawberry cocktail recipe. Made with just two ingredients and ready in a matter of minutes, these refreshing frozen champagne cocktails are perfect for summer entertaining, Mother’s Day and 4th of July celebrations.

Three champagne slushies garnished with fresh strawberries

If you haven’t noticed, I’m over-the-moon excited about our lake cottage. I’ve been anxious to return all week and can’t stop thinking about floating on the lake, finding a boat and making s’mores with the girls. It’s so peaceful, I can’t help but feel that with every weekend, a vacation lies ahead of us.

And you know with vacations sometimes comes a little day drinking. I made these Champagne Slushies to enjoy a little day drinking without risk of over consuming while getting a healthy dose of fruit in as well.

My mom was the queen of light alcoholic drinks – especially frozen. We always joked about how tipsy she would get from half of a boat drink, which is just one of the many things I loved about her. She didn’t need to have an abundance to have a good time. Inspired by her and my friend Christina, I mixed up some champagne slushies for easy weekend sips at the lake. It’s kind of like a boozie smoothie, just in time for the weekend.

Since this boozie smoothie consists of champagne and fruit, I also think it’s perfectly acceptable to enjoy at brunch. It’s also light enough to enjoy a glass (or two) on a summer afternoon. It’s so refreshing and such an easy drinker, and quite honestly, champagne is never a bad idea!

I love how quick and easy it is to make a batch of these strawberry cocktails. 

To Make This Frozen Champagne Cocktail, You Will Need

You need just two ingredients to make this refreshing summer strawberry cocktail

  • Strawberries – Use frozen strawberries for a quick and easy way to make these grown up slushies. You can either buy them frozen, or freeze fresh strawberries.
  • Champagne – I like to use champagne in this drink, but you can also use Prosecco, which is lighter and fruitier, or your favorite sparkling wine.

How To Make Champagne Slushies

You can easily make a batch of these cocktails in minutes!

  1. Blend strawberries until smooth.
  2. Blend in chilled champagne and serve immediately.

Pouring champagne into the frozen strawberries

A Light And Refreshing Champagne Cocktail

Pouring the champagne slushie into glasses

Pouring the strawberry cocktail into tall glasses

 

Champagne Slushies in tall glasses with garnish

Tips

  • Be sure to chill your champagne before you add it to the frozen fruit. If the champagne is warm the ice will melt too quickly.
  • It’s best to make them as soon as you plan to serve them so that they stay iced and the champagne doesn’t lose its fizz.
  • Garnish with a fresh strawberry, but a lemon or lime slice would work equally as well.
  • Why not try this champagne slushie with different berries? Frozen blueberries, blackberries and raspberries will all work well.
  • If you prefer your slushies thicker, once the frozen strawberries are blended, you can add in ice cubes and blend until you get your preferred thickness.

Frozen champagne cocktails with strawberry garnish

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Boozy Smoothies - 2 ingredient champagne slushies

Champagne Slushies

Julie Blanner
Easy Champagne Slushies – a quick and easy to sip summer cocktail recipe that comes together in minutes with just two ingredients
5 from 4 votes
Prep Time 2 mins
Total Time 2 mins
Course Drinks
Cuisine American
Servings 3 drinks
Calories 161 kcal

Ingredients
  

  • 3 cups strawberries frozen
  • 3 cups champagne or prosecco, chilled

Instructions
 

  • Blend strawberries until smooth.
  • Blend in chilled champagne and serve immediately.

Notes

  • Be sure to chill your champagne before you add it to the frozen fruit. If the champagne is warm the ice will melt too quickly.
  • Why not try this champagne slushie with different berries? Frozen blueberries, blackberries and raspberries will all work well.
  • If you prefer your slushies thicker, once the frozen strawberries are blended, you can add in ice cubes and blend until you get your preferred thickness.
  • Substitute Prosecco for champagne if desired.
  • These slushies are great for brunch!

Nutrition

Serving:1gCalories:161kcalCarbohydrates:13gProtein:1gSodium:17mgPotassium:428mgFiber:2gSugar:9gVitamin A:15IUVitamin C:84.6mgCalcium:44mgIron:1.5mg
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