Champagne Jelly Flutes

The secret to keeping the floating bubbles in these champagne jellies is making sure your liquids are very cold, and cooling the mixture[ quickly so that the gelatin sets before the bubbles dissolve. Inserting the raspberry creates more bubbles, as the trapped gasses move around before the jellies are fully set. The result is a dramatic and festive sparkling treat best scooped with a spoon.]

Total Time:
3 hr 10 min
Prep:
25 min
Inactive:
2 hr 35 min
Cook:
10 min

Yield:
8 servings
Level:
Easy

Ingredients
  • Three 1/4-ounce packets unflavored powdered gelatin
  • 1/2 cup sugar
  • 1 bottle dry sparkling wine, such as Champagne or Prosecco, chilled
  • 2 cups sparkling pale white grape juice, chilled
  • 8 raspberries
  • 1 tablespoon half-and-half
Directions
  • Prepare an ice bath in a large bowl and set an 8-cup glass spouted measuring cup inside of it. Also, chill 8 champagne flute glasses in the refrigerator.

  • Sprinkle the gelatin evenly over 2 cups cold water in a medium saucepan. Let sit until the gelatin softens (it will become translucent), about 5 minutes. Add the sugar then cook over medium-low heat, stirring gently, until the sugar and gelatin dissolve completely, about 5 minutes (don't let the liquid come to a boil). Pour the gelatin mixture into the prepared spouted measuring cup over the ice bath, stirring the mixture a few times until it feels lukewarm. Stir in the sparkling wine and grape juice. Pour 1/2 cup liquid into a small bowl then neatly pour the remaining liquid into the 8 flutes.

  • Refrigerate the flutes and the reserved liquid in the bowl for 30 minutes (the jelly will be lightly thickened). Gently push a raspberry down into the center of each glass with a skewer, letting some gelatin cover it until the raspberry is held in place.

  • Add the half-and-half to the reserved gelatin and whisk vigorously until the mixture looks like foam. Spoon the foam on top of each glass of jelly. Return the glasses to the refrigerator and chill until the gelatin sets completely, about 2 hours.

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