Strawberry Champagne Floats

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Strawberry Champagne Floats: these spiked ice cream floats are the perfect way to toast the New Year with their fruity flavor from homemade no-churn strawberry ice cream!

Three strawberry champagne floats garnished with fresh strawberries.

Who’s excited to say goodbye to 2017 and HELLO 2018!

I honestly had a wonderful 2017. Sure there were some downs, but there were many more highs.

It was a wonderful year for our family and it’s bittersweet to say goodbye.

Three strawberry champagne floats in flute glasses garnished with fresh strawberries.

My girls turned three and are coming more into their own every day.

They started preschool this year which has been great for our family as a whole.

I have had much more time to devote to work: creating videos and many fun recipes for all of you.

Ellie and Lyla have both grown, matured and fallen in love with going to school every day and making friends.

Three strawberry champagne floats in flute glasses garnished with fresh strawberries.

While my 2017 was great, I am always excited to usher in the new year.

It’s a clean start with a fresh new calendar full of goals and good intentions. It doesn’t hurt that it always starts with my favorite cocktail — champagne!

We are having a little get together New Years Eve with lots of appetizers and drinks to go around.

I will be making these Strawberry Champagne Floats and my famous Baked Mustard, Ham and Cheese Sliders!

Two strawberry champagne floats in flute glasses garnished with fresh strawberries.

These Strawberry Champagne Floats are crazy fancy looking, but I promise they are equally as easy to make.

Total, you only need 5 ingredients. And if you are EXTRA short on time you can even use store bought ice cream. 

However, I promise you won’t regret making your own no-churn strawberry ice cream.

It takes about 10 minutes to whip together and has amazing flavor from the fresh strawberries and sweetened condensed milk.

It’s extra creamy and makes a perfect base for the champagne float.

Three strawberry champagne floats in flute glasses garnished with fresh strawberries.

Head on over to Dixie Crystals for the full recipe I developed for them.

RECIPE: Strawberry Champagne Float

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This looks amazing, especially for a warm summer night diner party with friends

Such a fun cocktail! 🙂

I love the bubbly! This looks so good!

Oh yes! This is a drink I would love to have!

What a great idea, and I love the strawberries on the rim!

What a great way to ring in the new year!

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Jessica
For the past 15 years, Jorge & Jessica have loved getting to share their families' favorite recipes with all of you. They live in Florida with their 3 kids.