Frozen Strawberry Bellinis

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Frozen Strawberry Bellinis

It’s really starting to get hot here. And by hot, I mean like 80 degrees. I love it. I love being so close to the beach! Especially when I see highs of 119 back in Phoenix. I mean it’s only been a year since we lived there, but I don’t know how we lived there and survived the summers.

I want ALL of the frozen drinks this time of year! The Bellini has always been one of my favorite cocktails and a frozen Bellini is the perfect, simple summer cocktail. Though the Bellini is traditionally made with peaches, I’m crazy for this strawberry version too! And since it’s summer, this is a frozen Bellini which makes it even more refreshing! The timing was great too because my friends at Riondo Prosecco sent me a bottle of their light and refreshing Prosecco.

Riondo is an authentic Italian import, is affordable, and has a screw top! I’m all about screw top bottles these days.  While I love Prosecco just on its own, I really like to add fruit. Fruit and Prosecco go so perfectly together whether it’s a warm night or over a summer brunch! Bellinis are so easy to make. All you need is Riondo Prosecco, frozen berries, ice, and a touch of sugar! These Bellinis are great for entertaining this summer as you can make bigger batches. They are refreshing, simple, and so pretty!
 

Frozen Strawberry Bellinis

Frozen Strawberry Bellinis


Frozen Strawberry Bellinis

Ingredients:

  • 2 cups frozen strawberries
  • 1 cup ice
  • 1 750-ml bottle Riondo Prosecco
  • 4 tablespoons sugar (or to taste)
  • sliced strawberries (for garnish)

Directions:

  1. In a blender, add the frozen strawberries, Riondo Prosecco, and sugar. Blend until smooth or until mixture meets desired texture. Add ice or more fruit to thicken or more Prosecco or some club soda to thin. Garnish with fresh strawberries. Serve.
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Frozen Strawberry Bellinis

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