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Perfect for brunch or summertime sipping, my frozen Peach Bellini recipe uses just 4 ingredients and takes less than 5 minutes to make and includes instructions for making in advance.

Frozen Peach Bellini

While I may not be personally imbibing in any Peach Bellinis right now, frozen or otherwise (🤰), with the weather warming up and my craving for icy beverages through the roof, I thought it might be a good time to reshare this old recipe from the archives. I’ve been making it every summer for years and it’s always a refreshing hit at parties. If you haven’t tried it yet, here’s your sign!

Why You’ll Love This Recipe

  • Not your average Peach Bellini. Don’t get me wrong, the basic is wonderful, but my version gives you extra refreshing, icy, slushy results.
  • Only 4 ingredients! It really couldn’t be lower maintenance, yet produces flavorful results every time.
  • Quick and easy: simply add all ingredients to a blender, and blend! That’s my kind of drink!
  • Can be made in advance! While this drink wasn’t designed for making in advance (it’s no sweet tea or lemonade), I share some fun tips for making a frozen slushy version in advance.

What You Need

You’ll only need four ingredients for this recipe. Don’t you just love it when things are simple?

Overhead view of ingredients including frozen peaches, peach schnapps, and  more.
  • Peaches. Use frozen peaches, as that’s where the frostiness for this drink comes from.
  • Prosecco. Prosecco is a fruity sparkling wine that pairs perfectly l with the peach flavors in this drink. Moscato d’Asti or champagne could also be used in a pinch. Or, if you’d like to make a non-alcoholic version of this drink, you can substitute the Prosecco with ginger ale, sprite, or sparkling grape juice.
  • Peach schnapps. This is not necessarily a traditional ingredient, but I love the flavor that it adds, as well as the extra bite! You could just leave it out for a less boozy beverage.
  • Sugar. Just a little bit helps bring out the sweetness of the peaches and actually helps their natural flavor shine.

SAM’S TIP: Some people like to add raspberries or strawberries to their Bellini. I personally like to save mine for garnish, but you can always toss them in the blender too (it makes a pretty rosy-sunset color!).

This is just an overview of the ingredients I used and why. For the full recipe please scroll down to the bottom of the post!

How to Make a Peach Bellini

Blender with a blended peach drink inside.
  1. Add the peaches, schnapps, and sugar to a blender.
  2. Blend until smooth and well combined. If the peaches aren’t pureeing, add a few splashes of the prosecco to help things along.
  3. Add the Prosecco and blitz briefly until well incorporated. Yes, the Prosecco will lose some carbonation and things will get a bit foamy on top, this isn’t a problem with the icy version of this drink.
  4. Pour into glasses, garnish with fresh strawberries if desired, then serve.

SAM’S TIP: I’ve included instructions below on how to turn this recipe into Peach Bellini granitas too–yum!

Overhead view of glasses with a frozen peach drink inside.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the difference between a mimosa and a Peach Bellini?

Both are very similar, with a mimosa containing orange juice and champagne, while a Bellini use Prosecco and peach puree. And a fuzzy navel is almost a combination of the two!

Could I use a different fruit?

I suppose you could, though you technically wouldn’t be making a Peach Bellini at that point. I’d love to hear what other fruits you try and how it goes though!

Can I make this in advance?

Frozen Peach Bellinis are best enjoyed immediately after making, but if I want to have this ready in advance for a party I simply turn it into a granita (like a boozy, frozen slushy) instead. Just make it as indicated, pour it into a glass 13×9 dish, and stir it with a fork every hour for 3-4 hours (cover the dish with plastic wrap to keep from absorbing any freezer odors). It will keep for weeks or even months this way!

Frozen peach bellini in a glass with a strawberry garnish.

If you’re looking for more frozen drinks, try my strawberries & cream daiquiris next (indulgent but oh-so good!)!


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Frozen peach bellini in a glass with a strawberry garnish.

Frozen Peach Bellini

Perfect for brunch or summertime sipping, my frozen Peach Bellini recipe uses just 4 ingredients and takes 5 minutes to make. Includes a frozen option too!


Course: Drinks

Cuisine: American

Prep Time: 5 minutes

Total Time: 5 minutes

Servings: 6 drinks

Calories: 137kcal

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  • Combine peaches, schnapps, and sugar in a blender and blend well until mixture is smooth. If the mixture isn’t blending nicely, add a few splashes of Prosecco.

    16 oz (454 g) frozen peach slices, ¼ cup (80 ml) Peach Schnapps, 1 Tablespoon granulated sugar

  • Add Prosecco and blend until everything is well combined.

    1 bottle (750 ml) Prosecco or other Sparkling Wine

  • Pour and serve.  


Storing: Make it a granita!

You can easily make this recipe into a granita if you would like to store it.  To do this, just follow the recipe instructions and pour ingredients into a 13×9 pan and cover.  Freeze, stirring well with a fork once an hour for 3 hours.  It will keep covered in your freezer for several weeks, a great frozen treat to have on hand during the summer!


Serving: 1drink | Calories: 137kcal | Carbohydrates: 16g | Protein: 1g | Fat: 1g | Saturated Fat: 1g | Sodium: 8mg | Potassium: 250mg | Fiber: 1g | Sugar: 15g | Vitamin A: 251IU | Vitamin C: 5mg | Calcium: 15mg | Iron: 1mg

Nutritional information is based on third-party calculations and should be considered an estimate only. Actual nutritional content will vary based upon brands used, measuring methods, cooking method, portion sizes, and more.

This recipe was originally published in July of 2017. I updated the post to include more information and tips in 2024.


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