Enjoy a delicious and refreshing low-carb Frozen Peach Bellini cocktail. It’s so simple to make. Perfect for hot summer days and special celebrations!
I know what you’re going to say, peaches aren’t low-carb. Depending on your goals, some people can occasionally fit peaches into their low-carb lifestyle. A medium peach has approximately 14.3 carbs and 12.1 net carbs. This recipe makes 4 drinks. Each drink depending on the sparkling wine you use, has 3.9 carbs. Again, it’s about moderation. You do you!
Why you’ll love this Peach Bellini
I love the simplicity of blender drinks in the summer. My low-carb frozen peach Bellini is made with fresh peaches and Prosecco or sparkling wine. Throw the ingredients in the blender, and you’re ready to hit the pool! This recipe is easily customizable. I’ll give you plenty of ideas to take it to the next level!
Ingredients & Substitutions
Peach – This recipe uses a fresh peach, but sometimes depending on the time of year, that can be hard to find. I’ll give instructions on using frozen peaches.
Lemon juice – Enhances the peach flavor and balances out the sweetness of the bellini. Fresh lemon juice is preferred, but you can use bottled if you don’t have lemons.
Sweetener – This recipe uses confectioners sweetener because it dissolves easier. You can also use sugar-free simple syrup.
Prosecco – You can use any dry sparkling white wine or brut champagne of your choice. Just be sure it’s low in carbs.
Raspberries – Optional for garnish but recommended because the flavor pairs perfectly with peach. You can experiment with your choice of berries, such as strawberries, blueberries and blackberries.
Mint – Optional, but the mint adds a beautiful and vibrant touch. It’s a simple way to elevate the flavor and presentation of the bellini.
A high-speed blender makes the best frozen cocktails. I use a Blendtec, but any blender should work. A magic bullet or hand-held immersion blender are good options, but you must make one drink at a time.
Bamboo Skewers – I love using these skewers to add a decorative touch to my drinks and serving appetizers like berries, cheese cubes, and meat.
How to make Frozen Peach Bellini
It couldn’t be any easier to make this frozen cocktail. You place all the ingredients in a blender and blend on high until smooth. Serve and enjoy immediately!
Using frozen peaches – Approximately 1/3 pound or 5.3 ounces equals 1 medium peach. Thaw the frozen peach slices, drain the excess liquid, and continue with the recipe as directed.
- Choose the right peaches- Ripe peaches are imperative to achieving the perfect flavor for your peach bellini.
- Chill glasses – Serve the bellinis in chilled glasses to ensure they stay frozen longer.
- Adjust the sweetness – If you prefer your drink to be more or less sweet, it’s simple to adjust the sweetness in this recipe. Add more or less of your preferred sweetener.
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This drink can easily be modified to suit your tastes. Here are a few ideas to get you started:
- Strawberry Peach Bellini – Blend in a few fresh strawberries for a delicious twist.
- Coconut Peach Bellini – Give your drink a tropical vibe by adding a sprinkle of unsweetened coconut flakes to the blender.
- Orange Peach Bellini – Add a tablespoon of orange extract to the mix for extra pop of citrus flavor.
- Spicy Peach Bellini – Add a touch of heat by muddling a couple of jalapeno slices in the bottom of the glass before pouring in the frozen bellini.
Frequently Asked Questions
Are peaches keto-friendly
It depends on your individual goals. A medium peach has approximately 14.3 carbs and 12.1 net carbs. It can occasionally be incorporated into a low-carb or keto lifestyle in moderation.
Can I make this recipe nonalcoholic?
Of course. It won’t be quite the same, but it will still be delicious. You can substitute an equal amount of your favorite carbonated beverage for the Prosecco for a nonalcoholic frozen peach bellini. Diet ginger ale would be a good choice.
Is Prosecco keto-friendly
Prosecco is generally low in carbohydrates, but it’s important to consider your individual goals. Drinking alcohol can also impact blood sugar levels, so it’s best to enjoy Prosecco and other alcoholic beverages in moderation. If you’re tracking your intake, be sure to factor in the carbohydrate and calorie content of any drinks you consume as part of your overall daily intake.
Can I store leftover frozen peach bellini in the freezer?
You can store leftovers in an airtight container in the freezer for up to a week. Then, when you’re ready to enjoy it, let it thaw for a few minutes and give it a quick stir or blend to restore its creamy texture. It’s important to note that the texture may change slightly after being frozen and thawed, but it should still be delicious!
Is a bellini the same as a mimosa?
No. Mimosas are typically made with equal parts champagne and orange juice, while bellinis are made with Prosecco or sparkling wine and peach puree or peach nectar.
Frozen Peach Bellini (Keto, Low carb)
- 1 medium peach peeled, pitted and sliced
- 1 tablespoon freshly squeezed lemon juice
- 1 tablespoon confectioners sweetener
- 1 750-ml bottle Prosecco
- 2 cups ice
- fresh raspberries for garnish
- fresh mint leaves for garnish
- Place the peach slices, lemon juice, sweetener, Prosecco, and ice in a blender. Blend on high speed until smooth. Pour into four 8-ounce glasses and serve immediately, garnished with raspberries and mint.
Disclaimer: Nutritional information is included as a courtesy and is calculated to the best of my ability, using my preferred brands. I recommend calculation your own macros, as they can widely vary depending on the brands of ingredients you use.
Author: Natasha Newton (Natasha's Southern Flavor)
Natasha is the founder of Natasha’s Southern Flavor. She has a passion for sharing delicious family friendly low-carb recipes that are easy to make and use readily accessible ingredients. Natasha has published three bestselling cookbooks. Her books and recipes have been featured by CNET, Delish, Mindbodygreen, Parade and Women’s Health. She enjoys traveling and spending time with her husband, two adult children, and three furbabies.
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