HOWTO make Champagne marshmallows from leftover bubbly

Here's a recipe for using up your leftover Champagne: combine it with corn syrup and gelatin and make champagne marshmallows.

When you’re not feeling especially celebratory, make these with any sparkling wine or even beer (for a whole different animal!). If you’d rather just make a plain ol’ marshmallow, check out that recipe here. Leave the vanilla out to let the champagne flavor shine through, or use it to soften the champagne’s tartness. If you like the idea of “champagne and roses,” whip in a little rose flower water at the end of mixing, with or without the vanilla.

Champagne Marshmallows (via Neatorama)


  1. You can also make champagne jelly.  It tastes good and is really easy to make and combine with other things that you’re likely to have, like fruit.

  2. Maybe it’s just me, but this seems like something that they’d serve at Guantanamo to break the inmates.

  3. I am going to secretly make this. My mother would slap me in the face if she knew I was using sparking wine in this way.

  4. You can also make a good batch of cherry marshmallows if you use the liquid from a jar of maraschino cherries instead of water and/or champagne.

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