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.

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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