When it comes to Bellini cocktails, everyone knows that peach reigns supreme.
But for something more unique, you need to try these bright Bellini recipes.
Most Bellinis are two parts Prosecco to one part peach yumminess. But why stop there?
Light, bubbly, and ideal for summer, these Bellini cocktails prove that they’re just as tasty when you use raspberry, apple, or blood orange.
Honestly, these Bellini cocktails are the perfect celebratory drinks, no matter what flavor you choose.
So, make them for your birthday, anniversary, or to celebrate New Year’s. They’ll be a hit any time of the year.
Best Ever Peach Bellini Recipe and More!
Before we jump to all the other options, let’s start with the OG.
The peach Bellini is so easy to make, and it’s always a winner whether you use peach nectar or puree.
This recipe opts for puree and 1/3 cup of peach schnapps. So it’s super sweet and fruity with an extra kick of booze. Yum!
This recipe has not one but two fun Beliini flavors you need to try asap!
There’s an alternative recipe for the classic peach Bellini. But it’s the rosemary and plum version you’ll want to sip all day long.
It’s richer, darker, and sweeter. It’s also bubbly and beautiful, and the rosemary adds a delightfully herbal touch.
Either of these can be ready in 10 minutes or less. So why not try them both?
Looking for a Bellini drink that’s a little more fall-friendly? Give this apple cider recipe a try.
The maple syrup and apple cider are the perfect complements to the Prosecco.
Add a spritz of orange liqueur for a citrusy finish, and you’re all set.
You’ll love its autumnal taste and gorgeous golden color. I know I do!
The recipe for this apricot Bellini is 100% alcohol-free. So, you’ll use sparkling grape juice instead of Prosecco.
Of course, if you want a boozy version, swap out the juice for the real thing.
Either way, it’s a sweet, refreshing, and flawless drink for summer.
And if you’re a mojito lover, try muddling a bit of mint in the glass first. It’ll add such a pleasant freshness to the mix.
Do you prefer tart cocktails to sweet ones? If so, you’ve got to try the raspberry Bellini.
It needs just three simple ingredients: raspberries, Prosecco, and raspberry syrup.
It’s a brilliant red drink with a wallop of raspberry flavor.
It takes just 5 minutes to prepare and would be an excellent Valentine’s or Christmas drink.
Bright, bubbly, and beautiful – what more could you ask for in a holiday drink?
This delicate pink cocktail might be the most refreshing option on the list.
It has a slightly sweet, crisp, brisk flavor that’s ideal for summer.
So, if you need a unique drink option for brunch or a bridal shower, this stunning pink rhubarb cocktail is the way to go.
You didn’t think I’d leave the frozen peach Bellini off the list, did you? Never!
It may be well-known, but there’s a reason it’ll never go out of style.
People love it, and you will, too.
It has all the same fizzy, fruity flavor as the original, but this one is colder and slushier.
Whip this adult slushie up the next time you want to cool down on a hot day. It’s just what you need when lounging by the pool.
Making a strawberry Bellini is as simple as simple can be.
You only need strawberries, Prosecco, and sugar – summer staples I’m sure you have on hand!
Toss the berries in a blender, puree them, and then strain to remove any seeds.
Add enough sugar to suit your tastes, then top off the rest of the glass with Prosecco.
The whole process shouldn’t take more than 5 minutes.
I absolutely adore the color you get with these honeydew melon Bellinis. It’s a strange, unique hue that’s not quite green and not quite yellow.
It almost seems to glow inside the glass.
And while it’s a lovely drink, I think it could work in spooky situations, too. (i.e., a festive Halloween party)
Either way, it’s a zesty, invigorating cocktail that your guests will love.
Blood oranges are the best oranges. They have all the sweet-n-tangy flavor of oranges but are a much prettier color.
And these blood orange Bellinis are no exception. They’re light and citrusy with a gorgeous blood-red hue.
Ridiculously elegant and impossibly simple to make, these babies are sure to become one of your new favorite mixed drinks.
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