A classic peach bellini cocktail has peach puree, chilled prosecco and garnished with a fresh peach slice. Ready in 5 minutes, this frozen peach bellini is easy, delicious and refreshing.
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- 📝 Ingredient notes:
- 🔄 Substitutions
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- 🥂 How to make a peach bellini, basic instructions
- 📷 Peach Bellini Recipe, easy, photo instructions
- ⚪ Tips for keeping the Bubbles under control:
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- 👩🏻🍳 Sarah Mock
😍 Here is why this recipe is amazing:
- The perfect cocktail to toast the beginning of a bridal shower, a summer party or sip poolside.
🍑 Ingredients needed:
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- 2 cups fresh or frozen (and thawed) peaches
- 4 oz. prosecco, chilled
- Fresh peach slices for garnish
📝 Ingredient notes:
- Peaches - frozen peaches are called for but fresh peaches are also perfect if they are in season. I would advise peeling the peach and removing the peach pit before blending.
- Prosecco - Prosecco is the American version of Champagne. Champagne can only be called champagne if it is produced in Champagne, France. (along with a bunch of other regulations)
Pureed peaches are the basis of this amazing refreshing cocktail but for a bit sweeter bellini substitute in peach nectar. Peach nectar is a sweeter version of peach juice. It is full of flavor and fiber.
For another layer of flavor add a small splash of peach schnapps or even triple sec to take this Italian cocktail to the next level.
For a rosy peach bellini, add a drop or two of cherry juice or raspberry juice. Just like you will find at Harry's Bar in Venice, Italy.
🥣 Helpful Kitchen Tools
Blendtec Classic Blender - High-quality blender for smoothies, shakes, cocktail drinks, soups, crushed ice (snow cones, margaritas), juicer, ice cream maker, mixer, and self-cleaning.
Champagne Flutes Set of 6 - Compared with other champagne flutes, these champagne glasses are thinner while still maintaining durability.
🥂 How to make a peach bellini, basic instructions
- First, make the peach puree: Add frozen peaches to a blender, and blend for 60 seconds, until pureed.
- Add 2 oz. of peach puree to the bottom of the champagne flute.
- Top with 4 oz. prosecco
- Garnish with a fresh peach slice.
📷 Peach Bellini Recipe, easy, photo instructions
- Add frozen peaches to the blender.
2. Close the lid and blend for 60 seconds on high or until the peaches have turned into a lovely puree.
3. Add 2 ounces of peach puree to the bottom of the glass.
4. Gently pour 4 ounces of Prosecco over the peach puree.
5. Garnish with a slice of fresh peach.
⚪ Tips for keeping the Bubbles under control:
- Everything is cold: peach puree, Prosecco, and even your flute glasses. These are kitchen secrets from my culinary school days!
- Pre-open Prosecco (10 to 15 minutes) - We all love the POP of a prosecco cork, it is very festive and showy but the bubbles need about 15 minutes to 'settle' before pouring for this cocktail. Nothing is more disappointing than when your peach bellini drink overflows the glass.
👩🍳 Chef Tip
If your blender has a puree setting, it will work perfectly for getting the perfect peach puree for your bellini. For best results, chill peach puree for 2-3 hours before serving.
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- 2 cups Peaches Frozen or fresh
- 1 bottle Prosecco
- 1 Peach sliced for garnish
- Add frozen peaches to the blender.2 cups Peaches
- Close the lid and blend for 60 seconds on high or until the peaches have turned into a lovely puree.
- Add 2 ounces of peach puree to the bottom of the glass.
- Gently pour 4 ounces of Prosecco over the peach puree.1 bottle Prosecco
- Garnish with a slice of fresh peach.1 Peach
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👩🏻🍳 Sarah Mock
Sarah Mock is a classically trained Chef and graduate of Johnson & Wales University. A culinary blogger for 13 years Sarah helps the home cook prepare her recipes with professional results.