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This non alcoholic peach bellini is an easy summer mocktail that is perfect for peach season. Made with fresh peach purée, this tastes just like a real bellini!
A classic peach bellini is made with blended fresh peaches and is topped with Prosecco or Champagne.
This mocktail version uses club soda for some fizz instead of alcohol, but keeps all the fresh peach flavor.
Why You’ll Love This Recipe
- Easy — This peach bellini mocktail looks fancy but is really simple to make in just a few minutes.
- Fresh Peaches — Take advantage of peach season! This bellini is made with ripe peaches for the freshest flavor.
- Summer Drink — This bellini mocktail makes a delicious, refreshing summer drink for both adults and kids to enjoy.
- Customizable — Get creative with flavors and add in a flavored simple syrup to make a peach raspberry bellini mocktail or a thyme peach bellini mocktail.
Ingredients & Substitutions
- Peaches: If peaches are in season, use fresh peaches for the best flavor. You can use frozen peaches for a frozen bellini mocktail, or you can let the peaches thaw before blending them for a regular bellini.
- Peach Nectar: Peach nectar or peach juice adds a bit of sweetness to the peach purée and adds some liquid to help the purée blend smoothly. If you can’t find pure peach juice, choose a tropical juice blend.
- Lemon Juice: A dash of fresh lemon juice brightens the other flavors.
- Club Soda: Club soda replaces the Champagne or Prosecco in this mocktail. It adds a fizzy texture without adding any flavor so it doesn’t overpower the peach purée. Alternatively, you can use sparkling apple cider or sparkling non alcoholic wine.
How To Make A Peach Bellini Mocktail
Step 1: Blend the peaches, peach nectar and lemon juice together until smooth.
Step 2: Fill ½ of a champagne flute with the peach purée. Top with club soda and serve immediately.
- Chill the ingredients. Since a bellini is not served over ice, chilling the ingredients in the fridge before making the drink can help the mocktail stay extra cold.
- Strain the peach purée. If you prefer a completely smooth purée, pass the peach purée through a fine mesh strainer before making the drink.
- Blend in some berries. For a mix of flavors, blend in some fresh berries with the peaches, such as raspberries, strawberries or blueberries.
- Add a dash of syrup. Prosecco adds a bit of sweetness to a regular bellini. Without the alcohol in this drink, you may find you want your mocktail to be a bit sweeter. If that is the case, add in a dash of simple syrup. For a stronger peach flavor, use this peach simple syrup. For a creative mix of flavors, try this raspberry simple syrup, this thyme simple syrup, or this blackberry simple syrup.
Yes. You can replace the peach purée with peach juice. Note that peach juice will be sweeter than the natural purée so you may want to use slightly less in your mocktail.
Yes! This makes a delicious frozen bellini mocktail. To make a frozen drink, use frozen peaches instead of fresh peaches, or blend a few ice cubes as you are making the purée.
Yes. You can remove the skins if you prefer, but you will save time by blending the peaches with their skin on.
To make a sweeter drink, add in an extra splash of peach juice, or a dash of peach simple syrup.