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- Buttermilk pancakes
This is a delicious way to use up any leftover bubbly the morning after a celebration like Valentine's Day or New Year's!
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- 240ml buttermilk
- 2 eggs
- 2 tablespoons butter, melted
- 185g plain flour
- 2 tablespoons caster sugar
- 2 teaspoons baking powder
- 1/4 teaspoon salt
- 180ml Champagne
MethodPrep:10min ›Cook:5min ›Extra time:10min › Ready in:25min
- Whisk buttermilk, eggs and butter together in a bowl. Mix flour, sugar, baking powder and salt together in a separate bowl. Whisk flour mixture into buttermilk mixture until smooth. Set pancake batter aside until bubbling, 10 to 15 minutes. Pour champagne into batter; stir gently.
- Grease a non-stick pan lightly and heat over medium-high heat. Pour a ladle of pancake batter onto the pan; cook until bubbles form and the edges are dry, 2 to 3 minutes. Flip and cook until browned on the other side, 1 to 2 minutes more. Repeat with remaining pancake batter.
Make homemade buttermilk by mixing 250ml of milk with 1 tablespoon lemon juice or vinegar. Let sit 10 minutes before using.
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by Tammy Lynn
These turned out well after adding a little more flour to the batter. The first few I made were too thin for me. They tasted fine--I ate them with sliced strawberries and whipped cream. I probably won't try them again--the champagne really didn't add that much more flavor than regular pancakes. I would rather just drink any leftover champagne. However, they were worth trying, and they tasted good.-04 Apr 2016
Leftover Champagne Recipes That Make Great Use Of Your Bubbly
When New Year's Eve has come and gone, you may find yourself in a common conundrum. Allow us to paint the scene: You invited everyone you've ever met or interacted with on social media over to your apartment because you refuse to leave the house on New Year's Eve and had too many recipes you needed to squeeze in before the end of the 2014. The only problem was that too many other people also had a stay-at-home rule on New Years and maybe you overestimated the amount of cheap Champagne you could collectively consume with the close pals that did show up to your party. It happens to the best of us.
Chances are, after a night of trying to finish all that Champagne, you won't be looking to drink more bubbly anytime soon. This is why we've compiled some excellent recipes that can help you use up those extra bottles.
It might not be immediately obvious, but the fruity, yeasty, and sometimes nutty flavor of Champagne goes great in food. It naturally complements desserts like cakes and sorbets and adds oomph to frosting, but it can also give a surprisingly pleasant kick to staples like salmon, risotto and Jell-O. You cook with wine, so why not cook with Champagne?
Here are 17 recipes that include Champagne as an ingredient, so you don't have waste any of that precious bubbly.
The sweetness of Champagne and the tart flavor of tomatoes would be perfect for a warm tomato risotto dish.
According to chef Palak Patel, a "Food Network Star" finalist in season 14, the charm of tomato risotto is all about balance.
"A tomato risotto is really good because there is that sweetness that comes in with Champagne," Patel, a winner of "Chopped" and "Beat Bobby Flay," told Insider.
"When it's reduced down, it pairs really nicely with a tang of the tomato and balances out those two flavors really nicely," she added.
Patel suggested using onion, garlic, and a combination of olive oil and butter to create the risotto base in a pan. She said the Champagne or sparkling wine should be added after the Arborio rice has been toasted.
"Then, you'll put your Champagne or sparkling wine in and reduce it down so that the grains absorb the flavors. You put your tomato paste in, cook out the tomato paste, and then, business as usual, you'll heat up some stock and gently start pouring the stock into the rice until the rice is just almost done," said Patel.
Patel, who created the first Curry Cube for BOU, warned that people should avoid stirring too much or the risotto will lose its form.
"You don't want a completely mushy grain. You still want the grain to hold its texture so you can see it, but be saucy enough so that it feels like a comforting rice dish," Patel said.
"It's a delicate grain, and the idea is to see the grain when it comes to your plate," she added.
For a final touch, Patel suggests adding some Parmesan cheese or a delicate herb to top off the dish.
Leftover Champagne pancakes recipe - Recipes
I’m not a big New Year’s Eve person. My plans over the years have run the gamut, from staying in and doing nothing (and I mean ab-so-lutely nothing), to hanging out at a club (ha! not my scene), to renting a cabin with friends for a long weekend of lounging, day drinking, and card games. I tend to prefer the latter, as it feels social but also like it’s not a big deal. I don’t think I’ll ever go to a bar again for New Year’s Eve – I’m too introverted for that many people, my voice is too soft to even talk to anyone above the roar of the crowd, and holy crow is it expensive. No thanks.
Give me champagne, give me people I enjoy, and give me a bedtime at around 12:30. Done deal.
This year we’re going to hang out at a friend’s house to watch the ball drop. It should be pleasant, uneventful, and perfect for my need for a simple NYE.
A low-key NYE doesn’t not mean I won’t be enjoying some champagne. If it were up to me I’d order champagne regularly at restaurants, but no one wants to be that girl. You know the girl I’m talking about. Let’s not even go there.
Whatever your plans might be, you should consider kicking off 2014 with a boozy breakfast, because why not keep the celebrations going and enjoy some fluffy pancakes?
These pancakes were a distraction for me. I’ve been battling with a cookbook recipe for healthy, protein-filled pancakes for about a month. Despite several (SEVERAL) attempts, nothing has turned out well enough for me yet. That recipe is full of whole wheat, Greek yogurt, oats, and all that healthy stuff. That recipe is NOT the recipe you see here today. These pancakes happened after I was exhausted by my failed attempts, and just wanted some damn good pancakes. I consider these special occasion pancakes, because they’re filled with all kinds of slightly naughty good stuff: white flour, white sugar, eggs, buttermilk, and champagne.
Apart from the fact that champagne is delicious and decadent, the bubbles make for some fluffy, puffy, seriously perfect pancakes. I assume that any carbonated beverage would work, but why not add some bubbly? I like to CELEBRATE the start of the day, and of the YEAR, in this case. So should you.
While the champagne results in pancakes with great texture, it gives the simple strawberry sauce a nice kick. The sauce comes together quickly, and doesn’t even need to be strained. It’s fresh, tart, and a great complement to those damn good pancakes.
Happy New Year! Are you a resolution person? What are you hoping for this year?
Vegan Strawberry Champagne Pancakes
With the warm weather upon us, everyone is reaching for white wines, rosés and champagne. While I don’t do a lot of alcohol, I honestly love to throw it in recipes as it adds more depth to savory dishes and puts a fun twist on desserts. One of my favorite concepts is champagne cupcakes. For whatever reason, champagne just pairs well with cake and icing and the combination is just magical. Have an affinity for all things champagne and cupcakes, I wanted to explore champagne pancakes.
Let’s be honest, when brunching, if you’re doing champagne, the last thing you want to do is throw champagne into a recipe. However, if you have some leftover or love champagne in recipes, this one requires a total of 3/4 cup! (you could also skip the champagne in the pancakes and just go for the fruit)
I personally loved the way these came out. It’s my standard pancake quick and easy pancake recipe that requires no dairy, eggs or oil. They are light and fluffy, have notes of strawberries, vanilla and champagne. They are perfect for any season, reason, great for brunch entertaining, the berries could be used on various desserts and they are just a fun take on classic pancakes!
If you love fun modern vegan pancakes, you have to try these new vegan Strawberry Champagne Pancakes !
Tips for Making Mimosa Pancakes
- When are pancakes ready to flip? Knowing when to flip a pancake is really the biggest key to fluffy, golden-brown pancakes. Here are two things to look for: (1) Bubbles appear on the surface of the batter AND pop. (2) The edges of the pancake are firm.
- Can I use leftover champagne in pancakes? Leftover champagne pancakes are a thing and this is a wonderful way to use up extra bubbly after a night in. Consider them for a morning after option for New Year's day breakfast.
- Will store-bought orange juice work in this recipe? While you can definitely use your favorite bottled OJ in this recipe, fresh-squeezed is a nice extra touch and all you have to do is squeeze the orange you zested for the pancake batter.
- What to serve with mimosa pancakes? These hotcakes are good all by themselves but you can add a side of cheese eggs and bacon or sausage for the full homemade bruch treatment. My smoky breakfast potatoes would also be a good look.
These Strawberry Champagne Pancakes Make the Perfect Holiday Breakfast
A holiday breakfast recipe so good, you'll forget all about the presents.
There&aposs nothing better than waking up on a holiday morning (whether it&aposs Christmas, Hanukkah, or New Year&aposs Day) to the smell of freshly brewed coffee and the sounds of breakfast being made.
But this isn&apost a day to nosh on your run-of-the-mill oatmeal, eggs, or bagels. For any special occasion, you&aposll forever want to whip up these strawberry champagne pancakes from Veggie and the Beast. Not only is there champagne in the pancake batter (which makes them especially light and fluffy), but you top the cakes with a smashed strawberry champagne syrup that&aposs sweet, tart, and perfect for an indulgent (and hangover-soothing) morning treat.
The best part? Aside from the fruit, you most likely bought all this stuff for your holiday baking anyway, so it&aposs already in your kitchen. Use up some leftover champagne from the night before (or pop a whole new bottle in the name of mimosas) and you&aposll be ready for the breakfast of champions. Here&aposs what you&aposll need:
- lowfat buttermilk
- canola oil
- unbleached all-purpose flour
- fine sea salt
- baking powder
- granulated sugar
- orange zest
- fresh-squeezed orange juice
And while these aren&apost exactly the healthiest pancakes out there, there&aposs a time and place to #treatyoself, and this is it. (If you&aposre looking for healthy ones, try these protein pancake recipes instead.) Want more genius ideas incorporating bubbly that are perfect for the holiday season? We&aposve got every genre covered, from champagne vinaigrette salad dressing and champagne risotto to champagne jello desserts, champagne-soaked gummy bears, and fluffy champagne cupcakes. So go ahead-get poppin&apos.
Leftover Champagne Recipes!
Have leftover Champagne from New Year’s Eve? We’ve got you covered! We’re sharing some great recipes you can make with your leftover Champagne for breakfast, lunch, dinner, or dessert!
Great for a New Year’s Day brunch, these pancakes are fluffy and have a sweet fruity taste. Of course, pair with a glass of Champagne!
This vinaigrette pairs perfectly with a salad or some veggies. It’s light but has a slight kick to it!
Skinny Champagne Alfredo
If you’re looking for a healthy alternative, this skinny Alfredo is great! It’s made with greek yogurt, so it’s creamy, light, and delicious!
Easy Baked Champagne Risotto
Have to do a lot of New Year cleaning and don’t want to watch over the stove? This baked Risotto recipe is perfect!
Chicken With Champagne Cream Sauce
Add a champagne sauce to any meal and it’s elevated! This champagne cream sauce pairs perfectly with chicken, it’s so creamy and flavorful!
Strawberries & Champagne Donuts
Did you garnish your Champagne with Strawberries and have leftovers? Turn them into donuts, they’ll be a crowd pleaser!
Champagne Pound Cake
This pound cake is a velvety, tender, boozy bundt cake topped with homemade champagne icing!
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While the pancakes are cooking, make your strawberry champagne sauce:
In a medium saucepan, combine the smashed strawberries (smash with a potato masher or the bottom of a bowl!), sugar, cornstarch, lemon juice, and champagne. Place over medium heat until boiling. Turn down to a simmer and allow to simmer uncovered for 10-15 minutes or until reduced to about half of original volume. Remove from heat and allow to cool for a few minutes before smothering your pancakes with the sauce!
After the Party: 6 Ways to Use Leftover Wine
I know, I know. Leftover wine? What’s that? But if there is one time of year where you’re likely to find yourself with a bottle or two of unfinished wine it is now, during the holiday hustle of parties and celebratory dinners. Beyond guzzling it on the couch in a post-holiday-shopping stupor — another perfectly legitimate use — we have six more ways to make the most of those half-finished bottles of wine on the counter.
1 Freeze it. Pour leftover wine into ice cube trays or muffin tins and freeze it to use in future recipes. Because of the alcohol content, the cubes won’t be rock-hard, but they are solid enough to pop out to transfer to a freezer-safe container for storage. Perfect for recipes where you only need a tablespoon or two of wine!
2 Make wine syrup. Mix leftover wine with sugar and reduce it down to a rich syrup that can be poured over fruit, ice cream, and pancakes, or mixed into marinades and salad dressings.
3 Make wine jelly. Take your wine syrup one step further by adding pectin and turning it into wine jelly — just the thing to serve with cheese at your next party.
4 Turn it into vinegar. If you don’t mind waiting a few months, your leftover wine or Champagne just needs a little time in a dark, cool place to transform into the best vinegar you’ve ever had.
5 Use it to flavor salt. Here’s a tip from Claire, a reader who blogs at Livia Sweets. After reducing the leftover wine to a syrup, she uses it to flavor salt.
Simply reduce the wine down until it becomes a thick syrup and add in 1 1/2 cups of coarse salt for every tablespoon of wine. The result is a richly flavoured salt that makes a perfect seasoning for beef or duck and, when put in a jar with a sweet card, makes a gorgeous hostess gift!
On top of that, your house will smell amazing as it simmers away on the stove, while you curl up on the couch and nurse your hangover.
→ Get the recipe: Red Wine Salt at Livia Sweets
6 Cook dinner with it. A cup or two of leftover wine is all you need to turn out a comforting winter meal the day after the party.