Nectarine Bellini

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So today we’re not cooking with booze.

 

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We’re just going to drink it.

 

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Normally a bellini is made with peach puree.  Who says we have to use peaches?  I happen to have a bunch of nectarines, so that’s how we’re gonna roll.

 

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Happy Friday, Y’all!

 

Nectarine Bellini

Nectarine Bellini

Ingredients

  • 2 nectarines, peeled, pitted, roughly chopped
  • 1-2 tablespoons water
  • 1 bottle prosecco

Instructions

  1. Toss nectarines into a blender and puree - if you have a fancy pants high speed blender - well then good for you, hot shot - for the rest of us using a Cuisinart, do your best and add enough water to thin it to the consistency of your liking
  2. Transfer 1 - 1/1/2 teaspoon nectarine puree to each champagne glass and top with prosecco - you know that stuff overflows in a heartbeat, right? Be careful or be prepared to clean up on aisle 3
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21 Responses to Nectarine Bellini

  1. Wait…we can’t cook with booze today? Well then Friday is shot! Haha…just kidding! These sound delicious. I can’t remember the last time I had a nectarine. I should pick some up at the store today just to make this bellini!

  2. These are the perfect way to start the weekend, Rachelle! There is a cute bistro across the street that has every flavor imaginable of bellinis on Sundays, now thanks to you I don’t have to wait until Sunday to get my fix! Cheers to a great weekend! ♡

    • OMG! I’m so jealous! A Sunday bellini bar across the street? You don’t even have to drive home! Perfect! Cheers to your great weekend too, girl!

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