Peach Bellini Juice
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These light and refreshing Bellini with Peaches are delicious! Peaches are the ideal complement to a sparkling Prosecco.

Bring this recipe to your next spring brunch and your guests will be blown away. Nobody will believe these peach Bellinis were created by you. They won’t believe it when you tell them they just took 5 minutes to make!

Why Is This Recipe So Delicious?

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  • This is one of the few dishes that has left me dumbfounded. There are no words to describe how great this cocktail is – it’s just so, so good. On a hot spring day, they’re very tasty and refreshing.
  • They are made up of only five simple ingredients, one of which is simply water! They also take only five minutes to create, possibly less. These peach Bellinis can be made by even the most unskilled bartenders!
  • It’s simple to prepare for a large group. Make a batch of peach puree and set out champagne glasses and a chilled bottle of Prosecco for your guests to pour. Everyone can make their own peach Bellini with the peach-to-Prosecco ratio that they choose!

Important Ingredients

Peaches in season – Before dicing and mixing your peaches, remember to skin them. Nobody wants chunks of peach skin floating around in their Bellini! You can use frozen peaches if you’re in a hurry and can’t find fresh peaches, but fresh is always better.

Sugar – Use granulated Swerve, honey, stevia, or monk fruit sweetener instead of sugar to make dish sugar-free.

Lemon Juice – Adds a lovely tangy flavor to these Bellinis and helps to balance out the sweetness of the peaches while also adding some vibrancy.

Prosecco — Prosecco is traditionally used to make Peach Bellinis, but any sparkling white wine will do! Instead, I’d suggest a crisp Cava or Champagne.

Chef’s Advice

  • Do you want to chill your beverage? Fill your glass halfway with frozen peaches! This will serve as an ice cube without diluting your drink.
  • If you’re worried about peach bits or pulp in your Bellinis, strain the puree through a fine-mesh strainer before serving.
  • To taste, adjust the amount of sugar. If your peaches are extremely ripe and delicious, you may want to cut back on the sugar. If your peaches aren’t quite ripe, you’ll need to add another tablespoon of sugar to sweeten them up.

Bellini with peaches

5 minutes to prepare
0 minutes to cook
5 minutes total
Sweet peaches and a frothy, crisp Prosecco make for a light and pleasant spring or summer cocktail. Impress your loved ones with your new bartending skills by serving this peach bellini recipe at your next brunch!


  • 3 cups fresh peaches peeled and diced
  • ½ cup cold water
  • 2 tablespoons sugar see Notes
  • 1 teaspoon lemon juice
  • 1 bottle Prosecco chilled


  • Blender

Instructions For Bellini With Peaches Recipe

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  1. Blend peaches, water, sugar, and lemon juice until smooth in a blender.
  2. Half-fill champagne flutes with peach puree, then top with prosecco.


  • Use granulated Swerve, honey, stevia, or monk fruit sweetener instead of sugar to make it sugar-free.
  • Use sparkling cider or seltzer water instead of Prosecco to make it non-alcoholic.
  • Chill by placing a frozen peach in the bottom of each glass.

This recipe serves roughly 8 people. The nutritional values displayed are for one serving. The macros may differ slightly based on the ingredient brands utilized.

Nutrition Information

Serving: 1serving, Calories: 80kcal, Carbohydrates: 10g, Protein: 1g, Fat: 1g, Saturated Fat: 1g, Sodium: 7mg, Potassium: 193mg, Fiber: 1g, Sugar: 9g, Vitamin A: 188IU, Vitamin C: 4mg, Calcium: 12mg, Iron: 1mg, Net Carbs: 9g