Peach Bellini

Prep 5 mins
Total 5 mins
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This frozen Peach Bellini recipe is an upgrade on the classic Italian cocktail made with just three ingredients: sweet peaches, prosecco and peach schnapps!

I have a plan. Let’s make these Peach Bellinis, close our eyes and pretend we are on vacation. 

I did it just last weekend. And it worked great, until the kids found me hiding on the front porch. 😉 

Peach Bellinis are fruity perfection in a glass and this frozen version is no exception.

The refreshingly light peach flavor and cool frozen slushy texture make these the perfect Summer cocktail

Three Peach Bellinis with fresh peaches on top.

Traditional Peach Bellini

A traditional Bellini is a little different than what we have here. The biggest difference – white peaches. 

The original Bellini, created in Italy, was made with white peaches and had a pink hue to it. 

White peaches are not commonly available in the U.S., at least not in Florida, so instead we use traditional peaches giving our Bellinis a brighter orange color.

Traditional Italian Peach Bellinis are also made with fresh peach puree, not frozen peaches.

If you prefer that style, follow the recipe below, just use fresh peeled peaches instead of frozen!

Peach Bellini Ingredients in a blender


To make this Peach Bellini nice and frosty like in the photos, you will want to use frozen peaches. 

However, that doesn’t mean you can’t use fresh peaches if you are lucky and found a great deal on peaches or have a peach tree!

Just peel and freeze your fresh peaches and then you will have frozen peaches to make bellinis with! 

Peach Bellinis freshly pureed in blender

Prosecco & Peach Schnapps 

While the traditional, old school version of a bellini was made with just peaches and Prosecco, a little Peach Schnapps takes it to the next level. 

It’s optional and not necessary, but it gives it the perfect added flavor punch! 

Also, in the recipe you will see that it lists 2 tablespoons of sugar as an optional ingredient. 

I usually do not need the added sugar, however if the peaches you use are not as sweet, you may want to add a little sugar. 

My best advice is to make your Peach Bellinis and give them a try. If they aren’t sweet enough for you, add the sugar and puree one more time! 

Up close photo of peach bellini in a glass with fresh peaches and mint leaves.

Can I make these ahead?

Yup, I knew you were wondering that. And while my answer is usually yes, sadly, my answer this time is no. 

There are a couple of reasons why you can’t:

  • First, your frozen peaches will make it so perfectly slushy and a great texture. If you make these Peach Bellinis ahead of time, by the time you go to serve them, they will be melted. 
  • Second, the Prosecco is bubbly and needs to be added fresh as well. If not, it goes flat fast. 

So while that’s not great news, I do have good news. They only take 5 minutes to make fresh! 

That’s right, just 5 minutes. So grab that blender and get busy. 

However, if you really need a fun fruity cocktail you can make ahead, I recommenced these two instead: Pineapple Coconut Mojito and this Blackberry Smash.

Three Peach Bellinis in glasses on a marble slab.

I hope you are going to love this easy Peach Bellini recipe just as much as I do! 

If you love this Peach Bellini recipe, make sure and also check out my Peaches & Cream Streusel Muffins!

Make sure and leave a review when you make them below in the comments and let me know how they turn out. 

For garnish, adding slices of fresh peaches and a few sprigs of mint can really dress up your Bellini! 

Yield: 6 cocktails

Peach Bellini Recipe

Up close image of peach bellini with fresh peaches and mint on top.

This frozen Peach Bellini recipe is an upgrade on the classic Italian cocktail made with just three ingredients: sweet peaches, prosecco and peach schnapps!

Prep Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes


  • 1 lb frozen peaches (chunks or slices)
  • 3 cups Prosecco
  • 1/3 cup Peach Schnapps (or peach vodka)
  • 2 tablespoons sugar, optional

Optional garnishes:

  • fresh peach slices
  • mint leaves


  1. Place all ingredients in a blender, puree until smooth. Serve immediately and garnish as desired.

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Nutrition Information:


6 servings

Serving Size:

1 serving

Amount Per Serving: Calories: 164Total Fat: 0gSaturated Fat: 0gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 0gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 6mgCarbohydrates: 20gFiber: 2gSugar: 17gProtein: 1g


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36 Responses
  1. Kim Seghers

    Wow! Your Peach Bellinis looks so delicious. I wish I could close my eyes and be on vacation sipping a few of these in Italy! Forget closing my eyes and pretending to be on vacation!

  2. Hillary

    These look so tasty! The only suggestion I have for this is more schnapps! I like a little peach with my booze.

  3. Jessica

    Haha girl dont you know if you play at the table the drinks are free! I did well when Cody and I went on our cruise, I told him I didnt like slots and we were waiting on the blackjack tourney to starts so we both sat at the penny slots…turns out we each put $10 in and I won $135! The next two times I went I spent $40 and lost…so much for the luck! This drink looks good I will have to try it!

  4. Averie @ Love Veggies and Yoga

    I love peach drinks. And champagne!

    I have always had peach bellinis with champagne but love your DIY at-home version.

    Mmmm, must try

    And yes, drinks when out are a total ripoff. $9.50 is actually a value for a drink like this one when on vacay. Sad but true…Those cruise ships and hotel bars REALLY rip you off!

  5. Joanne

    Alcohol and casinos…that is definitely where the cruises get you. Oh and the twenty pounds you manage to gain in a week from those all-you-can-eat-buffets. Bellinis definitely make it worth it though. Love em.

  6. amanda @ fake ginger

    I told my husband the other day that I wanted to do brunch with our friends… just so I have an excuse to make bellinis before noon. Can’t wait to try this recipe!

  7. Chiara @ The Wandering Cook

    Bellini is one of my favorite cocktails… have you ever tried a Rossini? Same concept, but you substitute strawberries for the peach.

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