These are the perfect champagne cocktails for any occasion! They are kid friendly and are bound to be a huge hit no matter what your age group is!
Make a new Starburst Champagne Cocktails using actual Starburst candy! Add your favorite Starburst flavor to any sparkling wine or cider and allow to dissolve for beautiful color and fun flavor!
This past New Year’s I was introduced to a new drink: Starburst Champagne Cocktails and now I’m a little obsessed. Imagine 25 adults shuffling around a house giddy about their orange, yellow, pink and red bubbly. This will be the most fun you’ve had in a while!
Apparently someone brought back this tradition from college. You know, when “the good stuff” tasted horrible and now that your palette is refined, you realize Boone’s Farm is pretty gross.
Starburst Champagne Cocktails are someplace in the middle. Not too sweet and slight flavor, or at least enough to mask the taste of cheap, sweet bubbly. Kind of like adding a Jolly Rancher to your Zima, remember those days?
But now you can enjoy your bubbly beverage with your kids too. Champagne for the adults and turn them into kiddie cocktails with sparkling cider.
In my books that makes them perfect for New Year’s Eve or Valentine’s Day, Starburst Champagne Cocktails and fun and flirty! They are also an excellent drink for bachelorette parties and bridal and baby showers. Just buy the Starburst flavor to match your theme!
You can whip these bad boys up in just 5 minutes! You can even make these fun drinks when your guests are over as they do not require that much time.
If you like these Starburst Champagne Cocktails, then you also love Champagne Floats, which you can also make with sparkling wine or sparkling cider! Scroll on down for a few more cocktail ideas!
If you loved this kiddie cocktails recipe, make sure you check out these other easy kid friendly recipes:
- 8 ounces sparkling wine
- 1 Starburst cut into fourths
Place your favorite flavor of Starburst in a champagne fluke or other glass, pour sparkling wine or cider over. Stir lightly and wait 4-5 minutes for color to develop.
If you've tried this recipe, let us know how it was!