This Peach Bellini Slushies recipe is a frozen take on the classic brunch cocktail! Made in the blender with just 4 ingredients, this easy champagne cocktail is a refreshingly boozy beverage to enjoy all summer.
A Peach Bellini as a fun change from classic mimosas, and when the weather gets hot, these icy Peach Bellini Slushies are the most refreshing way to have a boozy brunch!
This classic cocktail gets a summertime twist when you use frozen peaches slices instead of juice. While traditional bellinis are both delicious and beautiful, the slushy texture of this version is fun and seriously crave-worthy on a balmy day.
And if you’re pregnant, like me, or you just want a virgin bellini, I’ve included recipe substitutes in the recipe card for ya! Enjoy!
What Is a Peach Bellini Made Of?
A traditional Bellini is made with peach puree and prosecco, that’s it, just two ingredients! It is occasionally served with a splash of grenadine to add a layer of color, this is primarily for presentation purposes and not for taste.
In this frozen version, you’ll find frozen peaches, prosecco, peach schnapps, and powdered sugar. So yes, more ingredients, but it’s soooo delicious and so worth it! You’ll also need a blender to get that perfect slushiness!
How To Make a Non-alcoholic Bellini:
For a virgin frozen peach bellini, substitute the Prosecco for club soda and replace the peach schnapps with a peach juice or nectar.
Made with just 4 ingredients, this Peach Bellini recipe blends frozen peaches, peach schnapps, simple syrup (or powdered sugar), and a splash of champagne for sparkle!
Poured into flutes and garnished with peach slices and sprigs of mint, you’ll have a round of drinks that are just as pretty as they are tasty.
These chilly cocktails are perfect for balmy morning brunches, especially if you’re dining outside. Paired with French toast, pancakes, bacon, and fresh fruit, these dreamy drinks are easy to sip while relaxing on leisurely weekend mornings.
In addition to brunch, Frozen Peach Bellinis can be served at summertime celebrations, showers, and garden parties, and your next girls’ get-together! You can even sip these slushies poolside — as long as they’re served in plastic tumblers, of course!
No one said you had to be a bartender to make fancy frozen drinks, and this Peach Bellini recipe proves that it doesn’t have to be difficult, either! A few ingredients and a blender are all you need to make a frosty gourmet beverage that will impress guests.
If you’re looking for a cold cocktail that’s as refreshing as it is boozy, pull out the blender to whip up some Peach Bellini Slushies to enjoy at brunches and get-togethers all summer long!
More Delicious Champagne Beverages:
- Cranberry Orange Mimosa
- Champagne Mojito
- Champagne Shirley Temple
- Planter’s Punch Cocktail
- Pomegranate Orange Mimosa
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Frozen Peach Bellini
- 1 cup Prosecco wine
- 8 ounces frozen sliced peaches
- 3 ounces peach schnapps
- 2 tablespoons powdered sugar
- 3 cups ice
- fresh peach slices, for garnish
- Combine the Prosecco, peaches, schnapps, powdered sugar, and ice in a blender and blend until a slush forms, pour into champagne glasses and serve with a peach slice.
- For a virgin frozen peach bellini, substitute the prosecco for club soda and replace the peach schnapps with a peach juice or nectar.
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Comments & Reviews
Can this be made in large batches and kept in the freezer to pull out whenever I need one… or 2 😁
Rebecca Hubbell says
Yes, that should work. You could freeze flat in individual ziploc bags and then thaw slightly before adding to a glass.
I love how it’s frozen, so perfect for these hot summer days!
I could go for one (or two) of these right about now – they look super refreshing! So vibrant, too!
Bintu Hardy says
Is it wrong to want to drop everything and make one of these like right now??
Rebecca Hubbell says
Not at all!