Rainbow Sherbet Champagne Floats

Treat yourself with these two ingredient Rainbow Sherbet Champagne Floats.

These Champagne Floats made with rainbow sherbet are such a fun and easy celebration drink!

Ice cream and bubbly. That’s pretty much all that’s on my wish list for this Mother’s Day. Well, maybe a nap, too, but I’m trying to be realistic here.

I feel almost embarrassed posting this non-recipe on the site, but when you have something this fun (and delicious) it just has to be shared. Besides, sometimes we need a celebratory treat that takes 5 minutes to make and even less time to clean up.

These Pink Champagne Floats with rainbow sherbet are the perfect dessert for Valentine's Day, Mother's Day, or bridal showers.

The premise here is simple: rainbow sherbet + pink champagne = the best floats ever. Creamy and frothy, bubbly and sweet, you can eat this float with a spoon or wait until the sherbet has melted a bit and drink up.

There are so many possibilities with this treat, you could really suit any craving. I’m thinking a strawberry sorbet would be lovely (and delightfully pink) or a lemon sorbet if you’re looking for a little pucker. You could even use orange sherbet and call this a mimosa. Breakfast in bed, anyone?

Creamy rainbow sherbet and champagne make the best bubbly champagne floats!

These are obviously a great choice for Mother’s Day, but they’d also be lovely for a bridal shower, bachelorette party, or Valentine’s Day. Whatever the occasion, these champagne floats will make you feel downright fancy…even if you’re in your sweatpants on the couch.

champagne floats with bottle pouring bubbly champagne over sherbet

These Champagne Floats made with rainbow sherbet are such a fun and easy celebration drink!

Rainbow Sherbet Champagne Floats

Yield: 4
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes

These two ingredient Sherbet Champagne Floats couldn't be easier to make, and they're the perfect festive drink to celebrate any occasion!


  • Rainbow Sherbet (or your favorite flavor)
  • Pink Champagne, chilled


Fill each wine glass with a few scoops of sherbet. Pour the champagne over top, until almost covered. Allow to set for a few minutes to let the ice cream melt a bit for serving.

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