Updated: Sep 7, 2022
This past Sunday we had my mom over for brunch. Since it's Summertime, and the peaches are delicious, we decided to have some Peach Bellinis!
Peach bellinis are an Italian drink, so it's made with Prosecco instead of Champagne. You can make them with any sparkling white wine, but I find the flavor profile of Italian Prosecco works the best.
Peach Bellinis are a little sweeter than the typical Champagne Mimosa (Champagne and orange juice). They work reaqlly well with Brunch foods.
I wanted the Bellinis to be really refreshing, so I used frozen peaches instead of fresh. Fresh peaches are even better for this. Since I was using frozen peaches I had to add some grape juice to get them moving in the blender.
1 bottle of Italian Prosecco (or any sparkling white wine)
2-4 Champagne flutes
1 cup peaches (frozen or fresh)
1/3 cup white grape or apple juice (if using frozen peaches)
Mint for garnish
Blend the peaches and optional fruit juice in the blender until it's a smooth puree.
Fill 2 - 4 champagne flutes 2/3 - 3/4 full.
Add peach puree and ganish with mint sprigs.
Serve immediately! Cheers!
I was able to get 6 total Bellinis out of the amount of puree that I made. It was just me and mom drinking them, so I only made 2 at a time...