This frozen peach bellini recipe is perfect for a crowd at your next summer gathering.
There’s nothing like an icy drink on a hot day and this peach bellini is perfect. It’s practically a smoothie with wine, so it combines 2 of my favorite things.
It’s okay if you tell yourself this is a health food drink. 😉 I certainly do!
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What is a peach bellini made of?
A peach bellini is made with Prosecco (a sparkling white wine similar to champagne) and peach puree.
This recipe used Prosecco, frozen peaches to create the peach puree and a light juice. I used pineapple juice because I had it on hand, but peach or apple juice would also work.
The frozen peaches act as ice without watering down the drink.
Juice is added for sweetness, because without it, the drink is very tart. Add more or less as desired.
What’s the difference between a mimosa and a bellini?
A mimosa is made with orange juice and champagne. A bellini uses peach puree and prosecco.
Personally, I think they would be amazing if you combined the drinks.
The Best Blender for Frozen Drinks
I love my Ninja blender so much and use it all the time. It’s the best blender I’ve ever owned and crushes ice with no problem at all.
I often joke about making ice slushies on hot days and I’m pretty sure the ninja could handle it.
The ninja blender has minimal parts, so it’s easy to clean. Just be careful of the blades: they are extremely sharp.
Side note: The ninja blender is not just perfect for drinks. I use it for cooking too. It purees mashed cauliflower into the most perfect texture. I also use it for sauces. One day I’ll use it to make the world’s best hummus.
Frozen Peach Bellini Recipe
This frozen peach bellini recipe is easy to whip up for a crowd of friends on a hot day.
- 16 oz frozen peaches
- 1 cup pineapple juice
- 750 mL prosecco
- Pour frozen peaches into blender.
- Slowly add bottle of prosecco to blender.
- Add pineapple juice.
- Blend thoroughly.
- Serve immediately.
You can substitute the pineapple juice for other light juices, such as peach or apple juice.
- Ninja Professional Countertop Blender with 1100-Watt Base, 72oz Total Crushing Pitcher and (2) 16oz Cups for Frozen Drinks and Smoothies (BL660)
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Amount Per Serving: Calories: 141 Total Fat: 0g Saturated Fat: 0g Trans Fat: 0g Unsaturated Fat: 0g Cholesterol: 0mg Sodium: 6mg Carbohydrates: 15g Fiber: 1g Sugar: 12g Protein: 1g
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