Sweet Find: Champagne-Flavored Candies to Serve at Your Oscar Party

Sweet Find: Champagne-Flavored Candies to Serve at Your Oscar Party
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While we love Oscar parties where the host pulls out all the stops with DIY-ed golden decorations and themed meals, we also love a good party shortcut.

If you're hosting a low-key Oscar party this Sunday, consider making it sparkle with our favorite Champagne-flavored candies. From gummy bears for grownups to Champagne marshmallows topped with edible 24kt gold, your friends will toast to your discerning sweet tooth.

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Above: Strawberries and Champagne "It" Chocolate Bar ($6, dylanscandybar.com) is made of dark Belgian chocolate, strawberry bits, and infused with Champagne.

Below: Serve these gummy bears ($8 for 3.3 oz., sugarfina.com) in a Champagne flute and ready your acceptance speech for Best Party Host Ever. The delightful little sweets come in two flavors: classic Brut and Rosè.

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Above: Made with light-as-a-cloud Champagne marshmallow and leafed with a delicate, edible skin of 24kt gold, these marshmallows ($24 for 16, wondermade.com) would make the most decadent s'mores ever.

Below: Greet your guests by handing them a flute of bubbly and one of these sparkling, Champagne-flavored lollipops with edible gold stars ($16 for 6, vintageconfections.com).

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Champagne flavored sweets from Prestat, Williams Sonoma
Left: Prestat fans include Charlie and the Chocolate Factory author Roald Dahl and the Queen so it's no surprise that their Marc de Champagne Truffles in milk chocolate ($24, chelseamarketbasket.com) and pink chocolate ($24, chelseamarketbasket.com) are the ultimate in luxury.

Right: The confection creators promise they "stir a spoonful of whimsy into every batch" of these addictive Champagne bubble candies ($10, williams-sonoma.com).

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