Frozen Ginger Peach Bellinis are refreshing and full of peach flavor. Ginger simple syrup, frozen peaches, orange liqueur, and Ohza Classic Bellini blended to make the perfect frozen cocktail.
I love a Mimosa, but I don’t love opening a bottle of Prosecco or Champs to only use a quarter of the bottle. I can’t tell you how many bottles of bubbly I’ve had to throw away because I make a Sunday brunch mimosa only to forget about the open bottle in my fridge.
Or how many times I’ve bought a jug of fresh orange juice that no one is going to drink. It’s annoying and wasteful!
I discovered recently a canned ready-to-drink champagne and juice cocktail called Ohza. It is made with zero sugar sparkling wine and juice. It’s less caloric (and let’s be honest – less sugar also means less hangover) and you would never know it. They are refreshing and DELICIOUS.
I created a Frozen Ginger Peach Bellini. It’s like a grown-up slushy that is as beautiful to look at as it is delicious to drink. Just a few ingredients make for a refreshing cocktail that you can enjoy all year round.
- ¼ cup sugar
- ¼ cup water
- 1 3-inch piece ginger root, sliced into rounds
Frozen Ginger Peach Bellini:
- 1 bag frozen peaches
- ½ cup orange liqueur
- ½ cup ginger syrup
- 4 cans Ohza Classic Bellini
- Peach slices
- To make the ginger simple syrup, add sugar, water, and ginger pieces to a small saucepan. Heat until the sugar has dissolved. Let cool completely and strain out ginger pieces. Set aside.
- To make the frozen bellinis, add frozen peaches, orange liqueur, ginger syrup and Ohza Classic Bellini to a blender.
- Puree until smooth.
- Pour into champagne glasses and garnish with peach slices.
Tips and Tricks //
- Ginger simple syrup is something you can make and use in a lot of different ways. It’s great in iced tea, to flavor sparkling water, in lemonade, You can easily double this recipe and use the remaining to flavor drinks. It keeps indefinitely in the fridge.
- If you are lucky enough to have amazing fresh peaches, peel and slice them into wedges. Lay them on a parchment-lined baking sheet and freeze solid. Then transfer to a freezer bag to use when you need a refreshing cocktail.
Variations of Frozen Ginger Peach Bellinis //
You can use this method to make any combination of frozen fruit and simple syrup you like. It might not be a bellini anymore, but it’s going to taste amazing.
Here are some ideas:
Frozen Blueberry and Lemon Slushies – Use frozen blueberries, replace the ginger with lemon peel for the simple syrup, Classic Mimosa, and limoncello. Garnish with more blueberries and lemon wedges.
Strawberry Mango Basil Slushies – Use frozen strawberries and mango, replace the ginger with basil for the simple syrup, Ohza Mango Mimosa, and mango-flavored vodka. Garnish with strawberries, mango slices, and basil leaves.