Delicious Peach Bellinis, not just for brunch!

These delicious peach Bellinis are easy to make, and even easier to drink, and best of all no longer reserved for Sunday brunch!
These delicious peach Bellinis are no longer just for brunch on Sundays!

Many will argue that Sunday brunch isn’t complete without delicious peach Bellinis or mimosas. Afterall, how many places do we go to for brunch because they specifically offer a bottomless [insert boozy brunch beverage here]? I won’t argue, a good Bellini with brunch is delicious, but heck, don’t limit yourself to Brunch, or Sundays for that matter! Make yourself a Bellini any day of the week!

I might also add the unsolicited advice that if you give yourself a few extra minutes in the morning before work, you should totally make yourself brunch. It feels daunting and even indulgent, but sometimes self care comes in the form of a perfectly runny egg, prosciutto, and burrata on a biscuit. Peacefully enjoyed in quiet contemplation with your coffee and cats meowing at your feet. On a Tuesday, before you go in to work. Yes. I am absolutely speaking from experience. No, no Bellinis were included with my breakfast. (Had I been working from home, they may have been…. I make no promises)

These delicious peach Bellinis are easy to make, and even easier to drink. In less than 15 minutes you can have a bubbly treat, kick your feet up, and ahhh.

Ingredients:

  • 3 peaches
  • 1 lemon
  • 2 t sugar

Directions:

  • Peel and chop 2 peaches
  • Chop the third but leave the skin on
  • Blend peaches together with the juice of one lemon and 2 teaspoons of sugar
  • Strain puree through a strainer

Now, make your Bellini with your puree!

Ingredients:

  • Peach puree
  • Champagne or prosecco

Directions:

  • Add 2 – 3 teaspoons of peach puree to your glass
  • Top with bubbly
  • Enjoy!

Note:

You can adjust the amount of peach puree to bubbly as you see fit. Additionally, if you are not drinking, or looking to limit alcohol, you could TOTALLY mix your puree with good ol’ sparkling water for a tasty spritzer.

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