Soupe de Champagne

Recipe from Kate Logan
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Cook time: 35 min
Servings 4
Updated 23.01.2023
Soupe de champagne. We present to you a French recipe with an amusing name. There are a lot of similar cocktails, they are liked to be served during the holidays. This variant is distinguished by its bright berry and summer taste. Even those who do not like the taste of champagne will like it.


  • Raspberries
    16 oz.
  • Lime
    4 pcs.
  • Orange
    4 pcs.
  • Strawberries
    16 oz.
  • Liqueur
    8 fl.oz.
  • Sugar
    16 oz.
  • Brut Champagne
    16 fl.oz.

Nutrition facts per serving

  • Calories

    198.9 kcal

  • Protein

    43.3 g

  • Fat

    36.1 g

  • Carbohydrates

    21.8 g


  • It is advisable to start preparing the soup a day before serving. Wash the orange and remove the zest with a knife or a fine grater, squeeze the juice with a juicer. Take a lemon, wash, cut into two halves. Remove one, and also squeeze the juice out of the second using a juicer.

  • Mix orange juice, lemon juice, orange zest, raspberries, strawberries, strawberry liqueur and sugar. The cocktail turns out to be quite sweet, you can put less sugar, and add more at the end if something happens. Put in the refrigerator overnight.

  • Then grind this mixture in a blender. But you can leave the berries whole. As you like. Add chilled champagne before serving. Additionally, you can add 1 tablespoon of cold low-fat cream or ice cream. So the soup will taste a little more tender and creamy.


  • If you choose raspberries for making jam, mashed potatoes or confiture, then the shelf life is not so important. For these purposes, classic raspberry varieties are suitable. Such raspberries are stored for only 1-2 days, so you need to use it quickly. If raspberries are necessary for decoration and decoration of desserts, then give preference to remontant varieties. Such raspberries are stored longer, are frost-resistant and suitable for transportation. If your task is to choose raspberries with a minimum number of seeds, then I advise you to pay attention to standard varieties

  • Lime peel luster should be natural. If the fruit is too shiny, then this may be a sign of the use of paraffin to extend the shelf life, and the inside of the fruit may already be spoiled.

Bon Appetit!

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