Frozen Peach Bellinis are the perfect cocktail for summer! Fresh, fruity, and frozen, this drink recipe is light and bubbly. Great for brunch, Mother’s Day, a bridal shower, special occasion, or just sipping by the pool on a warm day. Frozen Peach Bellinis are quick and easy to make and can easily be doubled or tripled to make a large batch for a party or get together. Blend and sip those hot summer days away!
Can I Use Fresh Peaches?
You sure can! They will still need to be frozen though. If you’ve got fresh peaches from the season you’d like to use up, simply slice the peaches into wedges. Lay them in a single layer on a parchment paper lined baking tray and place in the freezer for 1-2 hours or until completely frozen. From there you can store the peach wedges in a freezer safe bag and bring them out when you’re ready to make the cocktail, or store them until ready to use. Frozen peaches will stay fresh in the freezer for about 6 months.
Can I Make A Non-Alcoholic Version?
Of course. If you want to enjoy this refreshing drink without alcohol, swap the Prosecco for a sparkling white grape juice, sparkling water, seltzer, or lemon lime soda. Instead of peach vodka, use extra peach nectar. This is a great option if you have a crowd where some may not want to drink or are underage but still want to feel like they’re part of the fun. Rim the glass and garnish and it’s still a delicious drink!
What You Need To Make Frozen Peach Bellinis
- Coarse Raw Sugar
- Lime Wedge
- Frozen Peach Slices
- Peach or Other Fruit Nectar
- Peach or Regular Vodka (Optional)
- Strawberry Slices
- Fresh Mint Leaves
How To Make The Recipe
Start by adding the raw sugar to the rim of the glass. To rim the glass: spread the sugar out on a plate. Run the lime wedge around the rim of your champagne flutes or wine glasses. Dip the rims of the glasses in the sugar to coat. Set aside.
Combine the frozen peaches, fruit nectar, Prosecco, and vodka (if using) in a blender. Process until blended.
Pour the frozen peach mixture into the rimmed glasses. Garnish with fresh strawberry slices and mint leaves. Cheers.
Storing The Recipe
Frozen peach bellinis are best served and enjoyed as soon as they’re made. Since these are frozen, you could store them in the freezer and reblend or slightly thaw to get the slushy texture again. They really are better freshly made though.
For a slightly milder version, use peach schnapps instead of vodka.
You can use the same base recipe to make different fruity flavored versions. Try this as a strawberry, mango, or even pineapple bellini!
The strawberry slices and mint are my favorite garnishes but you can also just use leftover peach slices as a garnish as well.
If you don’t want the slight lime flavor when rimming the glasses with sugar, you can swap that out for simple syrup.
You can add a splash of grenadine for color and extra flavor.Print
These frozen peach bellinis are the perfect refreshing and light cocktail to serve for brunch or a special occasion, such as Mother’s Day. These are so easy to make. The recipe can also be doubled and made in a bigger batch. For a non-alcoholic version, use lemon-lime soda, seltzer or sparkling water in place of the Prosecco.
Coarse raw sugar, for rimming
1 ½ cups frozen peach slices
½ cup peach or other fruit nectar
2 small bottles Prosecco, chilled
1 oz. peach or regular vodka, optional
Strawberry slices, for garnish
Fresh mint leaves, for garnish
1. To rim the glasses: Spread the sugar on a plate. Run the lime wedge around the rim of 2 champagne flutes or stemmed wine glasses. Dip the rims in the sugar to coat. Set aside.
2. Combine the peaches, nectar, Prosecco, and vodka, if desired, in a blender and process until blended.
3. Pour the mixture into the rimmed glasses. Garnish with strawberry slices and mint leaves.
- Serving Size: 3
- Calories: 129
- Sugar: 29.9g
- Sodium: 7.7mg
- Fat: 0.3g
- Saturated Fat: 0
- Unsaturated Fat: 0
- Trans Fat: 0
- Carbohydrates: 32.7g
- Protein: 1g
- Cholesterol: 0mg
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