Champagne sorbet: 4 simple steps

Elegantes Champagner-Sorbet für festliche Anlässe.
Elegant champagne sorbet for festive occasions.

Today I have another special recipe for you: homemade Champagne sorbet. A perfect dessert for New Year's Eve and Christmas partiesbut also for other festive occasions.

It is not only incredibly tasty, but also super easy to make. In just 10 minutes and 4 simple steps it is prepared.


For 4 servings
Preparation time: 10 minutes
Freezing time: 30 minutes (ice cream machine), about 4 hours (freezer method).

Preparation of champagne sorbet

  1. First put the sugar, glucose, inulin and salt together with the water in a pan. Heat the mixture gently until everything has dissolved.
  2. Weigh the locust bean gum and guar gum with a fine balance and stir it into the sugar syrup (through a sieve if necessary).
  3. Now take the pan off the heat and add the champagne and orange juice and mix everything thoroughly.
  4. Depending on the temperature of the finished mixture, leave it to cool slightly in the fridge.
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Freezing process

Now you can use the ice cream machine and, depending on the model, leave to cool for a few minutes. Switch on the mixer and pour in the sorbet mixture (takes approx. 30 minutes).

Alternatively in Freezer freeze and mix every 30 minutes with a hand mixer (e.g. Bosch hand mixer MFQ2210P from € 33.62 )* mix well (total time about 4 hours). The ice cream will not be as fine in this production as in an ice cream machine.

If the ice cream has been in the freezer for a while or your freezer is particularly cold, simply let it thaw in the fridge for about 20 minutes before eating.

Tips and tricks for champagne sorbet

  • Instead of champagne or cava, you can also dry sparkling wine can be used. If you want to find out more about the differences, take a look at this Overview an.
  • The Orange juice should best Freshly pressed will be.
  • The recipe is also suitable for the Leftover recycling. Already Open champagne or sparkling winewhich has become a little stale, is suitable without any problems.
  • Serving suggestionPrepare the sorbet in elegant glasses or double-walled bowls so that it doesn't melt so quickly. Garnish it with Mint leaves, pomegranate seeds or berries. If you like, you can also pour a small sip of champagne into the glass.

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