Cotton Candy Champagne

Here’s a sweet and festive way to start your New Year.

Cotton candy champagne, as seen on The Kitchen, Season 19.

Photo by: Scott Gries

Scott Gries

What you'll need:

  • Cotton candy
  • Champagne glasses
  • Champagne

How to:

  1. Add about 1/3 cup cotton candy to each glass.
  2. Pour champagne over cotton candy. Serve.
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