Strawberry Champagne Sorbet

Remember last week when I shared my Strawberry Sherbet recipe? Well, after making that deliciousness, I had a lot of strawberries left over. I decided to keep the frozen treats coming.

So strawberry sorbet it was. But, not just any old strawberry sorbet, this one has champagne in it. Champagne makes everything better, especially when combined with strawberries. I’m definitely making this one again, except next time, I’m doubling the recipe and adding more champagne. It’s like happy hour and dessert all in one. Happy Friday.

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Strawberry Champagne Sorbet

Yield: 2-3 servings

Prep Time: 10 minutes (plus chill time)


  • 2 1/2 cups hulled strawberries (fresh or frozen)
  • 1/3 cup water
  • 1/3 cup sugar
  • 2 tbs. lemon juice
  • 1 cup champagne


  1. Combine the water and sugar in a small saucepan over medium heat. Heat until the sugar dissolves. Set aside and cool. The mixture should thicken into a simple syrup as it cools.
  2. Add the strawberries to a food processor or blender and puree until smooth. Pour the mixture into a bowl. If you do not want seeds in your sorbet, place a mesh strainer over a bowl and pour the mixture through the strainer to remove the seeds.
  3. Stir in the simple syrup, lemon juice, and champagne. Cover and chill completely (at least 2 hours).
  4. Add the mixture to the bowl of an ice cream maker and freeze according the the manufacturer's instructions.

You can adjust the sweetness in this recipe to be sweeter or less sweet. Just remember that to make the simple syrup, you should have equal parts sugar and water.



  1. Hi Stephanie =)) looks like you got the hang of that new camera ;-) Your photos are incredible!!!! I’ll have one of these and some of those biscotti cookies, mmmmmmmmmmmmm =)) Have a great night!!!

  2. Berries and a cup of champagne?! Now who could say no to that! It looks absolutely stunning Steph!

  3. Love this! I agree, I like my after dinner drink and my dessert rolled into one sometimes. So pretty too!

  4. This looks fantastic; I love the presentation. Strawberries and champagne are always a special treat.

  5. Very elegant presentation and the champagne I am sure gave it a very special kick! It looks delicious!

  6. Hi Stephanie!

    Thats a great idea to add champagne and lemon to the strawberried, the flavoures will compliment each other well. neat for dinner parties! thank for the share! =D

  7. Beautiful ‘plating’ in the martini glass. What a treat for spring! And, accompanied by the strawberry garnish, you simply can’t go wrong…

  8. Love the champagne added to this. Sorbet is one of my favorites!

  9. Oh, this would be my favorite ever sorbet – nothing beats strawberries with champagne :) Glorious recipe!

  10. This looks amazing!! I love that it is strawberry, reminds me so much of summer!

  11. Sounds like a great way to kick off Friday night. :) This looks amazing!! What a great treat for you and your hubby. Hope you two have a great weekend. :) ~ Ramona

  12. Wow, this looks beautiful. I love that you photographed it in a martini glass. I love the combination of strawberries and champagne- classic!

  13. Looks totally yummy and so refreshing. Spring is here.

  14. This frozen collision of champagne and strawberries does look like it will require 2 per serving at my house. Delicious and refreshing-cheers!

  15. I just posted a sorbet recipe yesterday–it’s such a perfect spring dessert. The texture on yours looks really fabulous–and you’re right that champagne makes everything better!

  16. Champagne definitely makes everything better!! This looks amazing. I went on a spiked sorbet kick a couple summers ago and need to get back on it. SO good!

  17. Steph, how fun and easy!! I have never done this, but it’s getting warmer so I’m going to have to try it! Love it!! Buzz buzz!

  18. Wow – these look amazing! so delicious and simple to make to boot!

  19. Oh dear, this is something I would love right now! This is so awesome, Steph!

  20. The color of your sorbet is just amazing!!! And I know it tastes as wonderful as it looks…yum, yum!

  21. This sorbet is so beautiful and elegant! I can only imagine how delicious is is as well :)!

  22. Champagne does indeed make everything better! Delicious.

  23. Yummy! Love the colour and I buzzed these.

  24. This is so pretty and delicious! I’m loving your new blog layout! Hope you have a great weekend :)

  25. I love the champagne in this! cocktail desserts are the best. I bet this is perfectly light – the best finish to a spring meal.

  26. Great way to use up leftover strawberry,,,looks so refreshing drink,great color and picture too :)

  27. What a beautiful dessert – colours and flavours must be insanely delicious :D

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  28. Beautiful photo and a great sounding sorbet. Champagne is my favorite and I know this had to be delicious.

  29. I loved the sherbert recipe, but this one definitely beats it. Adding champagne is so fun!

  30. Beautiful! And I love that it’s served in a martini glass! :D

  31. Beautiful and delicious sorbet. I was surprised how easy it is to make!

  32. How refreshing and fun! I could eat this every night ;) Happy berrylove & Cheers!

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