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    Champagne Popsicle with silverware "sticks"! Unique wedding finger food

  • Dana Adams

    Champagne Popsicle with silverware sticks! per serving calories: 207 preparation time 40 min Plus cooling time ingredients Serves 4 125g icing sugar 175 ml champagne (or sparkling wine) 1 sheet of white gelatine 100 g frozen raspberries 75 g white chocolate 75 g cream aluminum foil First 75 ml water and 75 grams of sugar and simmer until the sugar has dissolved. Soak the gelatine in cold water, dissolve sugar in warm water. Cool for 5 minutes, then stir in the Champ Agener. Second Pour the mixture into small containers (each about 4 oz like mini yogurt cups or espresso cups) fill. Vessels individually fixed cover with aluminum foil. Prick each in the middle of a small aperture and small spoons (are beautiful silver spoon) put into it as straight as possible, so that they are supported by the aluminum foil. The champagne ice for at least 8 hours, but most freeze overnight. Third Raspberries can easily thaw. Puree with sugar übrigem. Delete at will through a sieve to remove seeds, refrigerate. Coarsely chop the chocolate and melt to cool with the cream over the hot water bath can. So the sauce is not secure, leave in a warm place. The ice molds briefly in warm water. Detach ice and serve with the raspberry and Schokolsauce for dipping.

  • Patti Brockhoff Hobin

    Champagne Popsicle with silverware sticks! Great idea for a New Years Eve

  • Vikki Higa

    Fanciest popsicles ever (Champagne Popsicle with vintage silverware sticks) #popsicle #champagne #silverware

  • Jill M

    Champagne Popsicle with silverware sticks a great wedding shower or engagement party or News Eve Party idea

  • Thistle Coltsfoot

    Champagne Popsicle with silverware sticks! For us non-German speaking slobs, a simpler (English) alternative: Pink Champagne Popsicles The perfect drink for toasting summer, only this time with popsicle sticks instead of stemware. Thanks to Brie Cadman via Divine Caroline. Ingredients 1/2 cup (or so) raspberries Sparkling wine or champagne Pulse raspberries in a blender and stir in champagne. Pour in molds and freeze for an hour; insert silverwares and freeze another hour or two.

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