Cotton Candy Champagne Cocktail {thanks to Bon Puf for the incredible cotton candy!}

There’s nothing better than a grown up version of a favorite childhood treat. (These healthy homemade poptarts for example… yum.) I have such fond memories of eating cotton candy as a kid, so I loved the idea of putting an adult twist on this pink, sugary dessert.

The Bon Puf Cotton Candy cart!

For this cotton candy cocktail, we started with organic cotton candy from Bon Puf. You can use any cotton candy for this cocktail, but we asked Cloe from Bon Puf to collaborate with us because I love how her cotton candy is made with all-natural ingredients and real cane sugar. It also comes in amazing flavors like chai tea and mango chili. My editors and I may have done a little cotton candy tasting while we were photographing this recipe. We couldn’t resist! Here’s how to make your own cotton candy cocktail…

Team LC had an incredible time taste testing Bon Puf's cotton candy creations!

Cotton Candy Champagne Cocktail

Cotton Candy Champagne Cocktails {heaven in a glass}


  • cotton candy (we used strawberry flavor)
  • Champagne or sparkling wine
  • St. Germain liqueur

Pouring champagne over these Cotton Candy cocktails.


Place a bit of cotton candy inside your glass. Add a splash of St. Germain, and then fill to the top with Champagne.

Sweet and simple! The best part of this cocktail is that it truly is Pinterest gold… It looked so pretty sitting upon our table, and it was fun to watch the cotton candy melt away when we poured the Champagne over it. It’s perfect for a girly brunch or birthday party.

Are you going to give this cocktail a try?

Let me know what you think!

XO Lauren

Photos: Stephanie Todaro Photography
  • Martyna Ewa Wypych

    Lovely <3

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  • Yum, love it. What can you substitute if you don’t have St. Germain liqueur.

    Great photo.

    • Aja Joy

      I’ve read that there is no good substitute for St. Germain. I would imagine leaving it out wouldn’t be a problem. You’d still have a fun drink 🙂

  • So sweet ! <3

    Kisses and good continuation,
    Pauline of the blog