Store cupboard peach Bellini

peach Bellini

Serves 6

  • 200 ml tinned peach slices, in fruit juice

  • 750 ml Champagne, chilled

Add the peaches and their juice to a food processor or liquidizer. Whiz for a few minutes until really smooth.



Divide the peach purée between your glasses – you want a couple of centimetres worth in each one, then gently top them up with Champagne. Be careful as it can easily bubble over and you don't want to waste any Champagne! Serve immediately and enjoy.

Nutritional Information

Store cupboard peach Bellini

A cheeky cheat's twist on the classic

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This spin on a bellini uses tinned peaches – still lovely, and there's usually some in the cupboard!
Serves 6
05m
Super easy
Method

A Bellini is the perfect drink for any special occasion. I've used tinned peaches here so you can be certain the fruit will be lovely and soft, rather than struggling to blitz harder, out-of-season fruit. Tinned peaches are also the kind of thing most people have lurking at the back of the cupboard and this is a brilliant way to use them up!

Add the peaches and their juice to a food processor or liquidizer. Whiz for a few minutes until really smooth.

Divide the peach purée between your glasses – you want a couple of centimetres worth in each one, then gently top them up with Champagne. Be careful as it can easily bubble over and you don't want to waste any Champagne! Serve immediately and enjoy.

Nutritional Information Amount per serving:
  • Calories 109 5%
  • Carbs 4.8g 2%
  • Sugar 4.8g 5%
  • Fat 0.0g 0%
  • Saturates 0.0g 0%
  • Protein 0.6g 1%
Of an adult's reference intake

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