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Strawberry Champagne Bellini Recipe

I was a bit bummed that the Red Velvet Hot Chocolate I made for Valentine’s Day last year didn’t turn out nearly as red as I had hoped. So this year I’m making us a different fun and festively colored beverage on Valentine’s Day: Strawberry Champagne Bellinis!

Strawberry Champagne Bellini

This recipe is quick, easy, and delicious! And it’s perfect for any celebration or occasion, not just Valentine’s Day. So what’s not to love?!

Strawberry Champagne Bellinis:

With the ingredients below we made enough for about 4 glasses of champagne.

You need:

  • a bottle of champagne
  • 10-20 strawberries (frozen or fresh, doesn’t matter)
  • 1-2 T simple syrup (optional: you can skip this if you like dry champagne and don’t need it sweeter)

Cut the green tops off the strawberries, and slice them up a bit to make it easier for your blender. Both fresh and frozen strawberries will work, but if you use frozen berries, make sure to let them thaw before blending!

Put the strawberries in a blender along with the simple syrup and blend. Once the strawberries are totally liquid, you’re done!

Pour just under an inch of strawberry purée into a champagne glass, then slowly fill the glass with champagne and enjoy!

Strawberry Champagne Bellini

Feel free to experiment with the amount of strawberry in your glass. I think just under an inch of purée makes it delicious, but you can make it stronger or weaker depending on your tastes. And add more or less simple syrup to the strawberry mixture if it’s too dry or too sweet!

I was thinking maybe one day I would try this with some raspberries instead. I bet that would be delicious too, don’t you think?!

Do you have any good champagne recipes? I made Champagne Jello Shots for New Year’s this year and they were a huge hit!

Strawberry Champagne Bellini

Prep Time: 10 minutes

Total Time: 10 minutes

Yield: 4 glasses

Strawberry Champagne Bellini

Strawberry Champagne Bellinis are the perfect fun, festive drinks for any celebration!

Ingredients

  • a bottle of champagne
  • 10-20 strawberries (frozen or fresh, doesn't matter)
  • 1-2 T simple syrup (optional: you can skip this is you like dry champagne and don't need it sweeter)

Instructions

  1. Cut the green tops off the strawberries, and slice them up.
  2. Put the strawberries in a blender along with the simple syrup and blend. Once the strawberries are totally liquid, you're done!
  3. Pour just under an inch of strawberry puree into a champagne glass, then slowly fill the glass with champagne and enjoy!

Notes

If you use frozen berries, make sure to let them thaw before blending!

Feel free to add more or less puree to each glass, depending on taste. And feel free to change the amount of simple syrup in your mixture if it's too dry or too sweet, or eliminate it entirely.

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Comments

  1. Chic and delicious! I love it!! The photos are great, I can practically taste it right now…

  2. Jessi, I love this!!! Thanks so much for sharing your recipe:)

    Katie Drane
    http://www.funhomethings.com

  3. I love champagne! This sounds and looks tasty! Cheers!

  4. These look so good! Perfect for upcoming baby and weddings showers. Thanks for sharing at Pinworthy Projects.

  5. Looks delicious! I love the Pink Moscato Champagne from Barefoot, I bet that would be delicious with the strawberries added! Stopping by from I Heart Naptime link party.

  6. This looks so delicious!! Thanks for linking up at Romance on a dime!!

  7. Jessi, yummmm! I love using simple syrup – and the addition of strawberries is perfect. Will be trying soon :)

  8. Jessi, you are speaking my language! i love me some champagne!!!

  9. I could definitely go for one of these right about now – yum!

  10. Looks delicious! Thanks for sharing at Artsy Corner :)

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