11 Creative Ways To Use Your Leftover Champagne

 

'Tis the season to be jolly, and 'tis also the season when many a champagne cork is popped! While perhaps the majority of bottles are consumed totally, sometimes there's that decent bit leftover following a party. It seems a shame to just pour it away, especially if you've shelled out top dollar for it. Well, champagne-lovers, never fear, as there is plenty you can do with leftover champagne. Check out these 11 ideas and get creative with your leftover drinks.

 

Add it to your bath for a luxurious, extra fizzy experience as you soak.

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morguefile

 

Add some champagne to your donut mixture for a real easy holiday treat.

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davesgarden

 

Make a tasty drink called a Granita. You'll simply need champagne, sparkling wine, syrup, and fruit juice.

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You can make use of flat champagne in a tasty risotto.

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callmepmc

 

Soak strawberries in leftover champagne before coating them in chocolate for an extra delicious champagne flavored treat.

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frostingandasmile

 

Mix champagne with distilled water to create a shine-inducing hair treatment.

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stylebistro

 

Mix your leftover champagne with orange juice to create a yummy Mimosa.

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ocweekly

 

 

Freeze your leftover bubbly in an ice cube tray and use to make delicious fruity brunch drinks for the morning after.

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gqmagazine

 

Turn your leftover champagne into vinegar. Simply place the champagne in the jar, cover it with cheesecloth and store in a cool, dark place for one to six months.

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flickr

 

Make some yummy pink-colored champagne cupcakes with your leftover champagne.

Find the instructions here.

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bettycrocker

 

Don't waste a good amount of perfectly good bubbles. For champagne that's not too far gone, pop a raisin in the bottle and re-cork it for later.

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joannagoddard

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