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Homemade Champagne Gummies

Homemade champagne gummies are the perfect balance between elegance and fun! Serve these yummy gummies at your next event!

champagne gummies in a bowl

Have y’all tasted those champagne gummies from Sugarfina? They are, in a word, amazing.

And something about them just means it’s time to celebrate. Although I wouldn’t blame you for sitting on a couch alone and eating these like there’s no tomorrow (me_irl).

The occasions in which to make these are endless: bridal showers and bachelorettes, dinner parties, NYE parties, Oscar watching parties, girls’ night, cocktail parties and everything in between! Thankfully these bad boys are super easy to make.

As with most gummies you need 3 things: gelatin, a flavorful base, and sometimes sugar. In this case, our base is champagne (duh), but you can make gummies with anything from coffee to wine, fruit juice and more!

And whether or not you add sugar is completely up to you and your tastes. Because when you hear the word gummy, you immediately think sweet. However, there are lots of dry champagnes out there and I’d hate for you to go through this, try it and hate it. 

So I say go with the bottle you like and make sure to taste it beforehand. You’ll have plenty left over to drink and you can judge its sweetness for this recipe.

What does it mean to let the gelatin ‘bloom”?

That’s when you mix gelatin with water and let it sit. The gelatin absorbs the water and expands. Doing this ensures the gelatin will dissolve easily. It also creates a really nice, clear gummy.

If you see a recipe with super cloudy gummies, it’s likely the gelatin was added directly to the base instead of “blooming.”

And another fun fact – if you want to get a little creative with this recipe and make mimosa gummies (omg yes) avoid fresh juices from papaya, kiwi, mango, and pineapple. They contain enzymes that destroy the gelatin. Instead, if you want these flavors, opt for canned juices as the pasteurization kills the gelatin-destroying enzymes.

In all, this recipe is easy and delicious – it’s just the right touch of fun and elegance for your next event!

These are the gummy molds I use. I suggest using them with a dropper or condiment bottle to keep things nice and neat.

Until next time. X

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Homemade Champagne Gummies

champagne gummies in a bowl

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champagne gummies in a bowl

Homemade Champagne Gummies

Homemade champagne gummies are the perfect balance between elegance and fun! Serve these yummy gummies at your next event!

  • Total Time: 55 minutes
  • Yield: 60-100 gummies 1x


  • 3 Tbsp powdered gelatin
  • 1/4 cup water
  • 1 cup champagne
  • 2 Tbsp granulated sugar (optional)


  • small bowl
  • small saucepan
  • whisk
  • dropper or condiment bottle
  • candy molds


  1. Place the water in a bowl and sprinkle the gelatin over it. Stir and set aside for 5 minutes to bloom.
  2. In a small saucepan, bring the champagne to a simmer and stir in the sugar (optional) until it fully dissolves.
  3. Stir in the gelatin and whisk until dissolved. Set aside for 10-15 minutes to cool.
  4. Using a dropper or condiment bottle, fill your molds. Chill for 30 minutes or until firm.
  5. Remove the gummies from the molds and store chilled.


Taste your champagne before cooking to determine whether or not you want to add sugar.

Place your molds on a sheet pan or flat serving tray that fits easily in your fridge. It will make transferring the molds to the fridge much easier.

  • Author: Sarah | AwayFromTheBox
  • Prep Time: 5 minutes
  • Cook Time: 50 minutes
  • Category: Candy
  • Method: Stove
  • Cuisine: American

Keywords: champagne gummies, champagne gummy, champagne gummy bears, wine gummies

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