Peach Bellini Sorbet
Peach Bellinis are one of my favorite spring and summer time drinks. I am after all originally from Georgia which means I kind of have to like peaches (and peanuts, preferably boiled (yes boiled) but that’s another story for another day). I would lose my Georgia Peach card if I didn’t and I’m just not willing to give that up. Nope.
There’s something about biting into a fresh juicy Georgia peach (I’m sure there are lovely peaches grown elsewhere but again back to that whole being born in Georgia thing. Route for the home team and all.) you know it’s a good peach when you end up with sticky sweet lips afterwards.
And okay a sticky chin too, that’s just going to happen, unless you’re perfect and well I’m not so don’t forget the wipes.
We’ve taken the idea of that gorgeous drink and turned into a frozen treat. Peach Bellini Sorbet. It’s seriously swoon worthy. We’ve used frozen peaches for this which cuts down on the chill time.
If fresh peaches are in season feel free to use those, you’ll just need to adjust your chill time and the amount of sugar used. That will depend on how sweet your peaches are and how much sugar your taste buds prefer.
I am a sorbet fanatic (just search sorbets on the site and you’ll see there are a WIDE variety to choose from) and this flavor combo is high on the top of my gotta have it now list. I’m going to be making this stunner all summer long.
Besides eating this all by it’s peachy self, it would be great to put a few scoops into a glass and top with Prosecco if you’re feeling fancy. You’re welcome.
Get our PEACH BELLINI SORBET RECIPE on Dixie Crystals site.
Disclaimer: I am a recipe developer for Dixie Crystals. I was compensated for my time. Opinions are my own. Always have been. Always will be.
i have never tried a Bellini but if I were into cocktails this one certainly makes me want to try one, I’d just need to make it sugar free. Gorgeous photos!
claire @the realistic nutritionist says
Oh my yes please!
heather | girlichef says
Oh, yes please! There’s nothing like a fresh, juicy peach. I made a point of stopping for a bunch the summer I drove through Georgia! Want.
Ginny McMeans says
Sounds so refreshing and it really does sound great with Prosecco!
Cookin Canuck says
I can’t wait for peach season, even though Georgia peaches are rare here. What a refreshing dessert for a hot summer’s day!
This is beautiful and sounds absolutely delicious!
Thanks for the sweet words about my Camille 🙂
I love that the sorbet is formed into perfect balls, so cute!
I am imagining sitting on my deck, watching the sun go down on a hot summer night, and savoring this… it sounds so good! Of course, with all of the rain here in Texas I may just have to keep imagining it for awhile!
Oh I will most definitely top this sorbet with prosecco! Genius!
Martha @ A Family Feast says
This is the perfect summertime dessert! Yum!
Rose | The Clean Dish says
Haha! Boiled peanuts… I’ll never get used to that 😉 Your peach bellini sorbet is a total winner! Going to check out your recipe now…
Michelle @ A Dish of Daily Life says
What a yummy dessert! It’s absolutely perfect for a hot summer day…or any other day for that matter! I could definitely go for some right now!
Angie | Big Bear's Wife says
I really need to up my bellinis games and make these! Peaches are one of my all time favorite fruits too!
Isabelle @ Crumb says
All of the goodness of a ripe, juicy peach, but without all the messy cleanup afterwards? Yes, please!
Saving this one for later this summer, when the local peaches are in season. (Unfortunately, the Georgia peaches are just no good by the time they make it all the way up to Canada. Good thing Ontario peaches are so tasty!)
Colleen (Souffle Bombay) says
My mouth is literally watering at the moment…I need a scoop of this in my life!
I need a big bowl of this right now, yum!