Gummy Champagne Hearts


Gummy Champagne Hearts

Whether you're making champagne gummy hearts or a just because treat, your honey is sure to love these.

Discover a new way to toast your love with this gummy champagne recipe. Simple and tasty, you could easily rework this recipe to make gummy bears, too! This tasty Valentine's Day recipe includes just 5 ingridients, making it easy peasy to cook up as a last-minute surprise. 

From the Chef: "My husband and I spent a few years dating long distance. When we were still in courting mode, I would do as many silly, yet sweet, things as I could think of during our limited time together. Making gummy champagne hearts to drink with champagne would fall into that category." 
- Addie Gundry

This recipe is from RecipeLion's 103 Cookbook series, No-Bake Desserts 103 Easy Recipes for No-Bake Cookies, Bars, and Treats.

Want to make champagne gummy bears? All you need to do is pick up a bear mold instead of a heart-shaped mold.

Yields12 hearts

Preparation Time15 min

Chilling Time2 hr

Cooking MethodNo Bake

Cooking Vessel SizeHeart-shaped molds



  • 1 cup champagne or prosecco
  • 1 tablespoon lemon juice
  • 3 packets unflavored gelatin
  • 1 teaspoon granulated sugar or Stevia
  • Edible gold glitter


  1. In a small saucepan, bring the champagne and lemon juice to a boil over medium heat.

  2. Add the gelatin and stir continuously for 3 minutes until dissolved.

  3. Remove from the heat and stir in the sugar until dissolved.

  4. Pour the mixture into heart-shaped molds and transfer to the refrigerator to set for at least 2 hours.

  5. Remove from the molds and brush with edible gold glitter.

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This recipe is definitely going to be put to the test for all of my gummy loving friends this year...can you imagine how many different types of molds there are out there! The champagne is such a great idea but I'm wondering would it be ok to use flavored gelatin in this recipe? I was thinking maybe strawberry since I've been told many times, it's supposed to bring out the flavor of the champagne.

I love the way Annie tells a side story about the recipes she makes. I particularly love this one, what a great idea! I also love the fact that they only take 15 minutes to make. I'm definitely going to make some of these and I'm keeping this recipe to remember for valentine's day next year.

I have a bachelorette party to go to this weekend, and I think these would be PERFECT! I can't believe how easy they are.

I love this idea, as with baking with alcohol, any cooking time will cook off the alcohol so you don't get the same affect. Great idea, I need to go to my bakers store and buy the molds and edible gold glitter. This would be what I'll be making with that next bottle of champagne that is given to me. I don't drink champagne, but eating it may be a different story. LOL I wonder if you can do this recipe with other types of alcohol? Time to experiment and I know that my cake decorating store sells other colored edible glitter.. Thank you so much for sharing this free recipe.

These little things are so cute! They would make a wonderful adult treat to give as a valentines day gift, or even to give out as a party favor for the guests at a wedding reception! Jut a question, though - Where on Earth (or online) would I find this edible gold glitter stuff? I have never seen this before, but could think of a lot of fun things to use it on.


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