You'll Never Drink Warm Champagne Again

Next time you're preparing for a champagne toast, try The Kitchen's easy ice cube hack!

Making champagne ice cubes is so easy. It comes down to a simple 1 to 3 ratio of sparkling water to your favorite prosecco, cava or champagne. Combine them in a measuring cup and pour into a silicone ice cube mold. Since alcohol doesn't freeze, adding the water allows the sugary sparkling wine to set up. Freeze the tray until it's solid, then use them in brunch mimosas and champagne cocktails without the dilution of regular ice cubes.

Next Up

How to Open Champagne

Don't be intimidated about opening up a bottle of champagne. Food Network has your no-fail how-to for opening champagne without breaking objects or hurting onlookers.

What's New

Latest Stories