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Passion Peach Vanilla Bellini Slushies

Serves 6 to 8


    Passion Peach Vanilla Bellini Slushies

    Hot weather screams for slushies. But Bellini Slushies? Wow! You can jazz these up with a shot of Grand Marnier for a double header. But honestly, the passion fruit has so much intense flavour, it’s mouth puckering. You will scream for more.


    Passion Peach Vanilla Bellini Slushies


    • 6 very ripe peaches, pitted and peeled
    • 2 passion fruits
    • 1 vanilla bean
    • 750 mL bottle of sparkling white wine such as Prosecco, or sparkling water


    Per serving:

    • calories33
    • protein1g
    • fat0g
      • saturated fat0g
      • trans fat0g
    • carbohydrates8g
      • sugars6g
      • fibre1g
    • sodium1mg



    In high-speed blender, place pitted and peeled peaches. Cut passion fruits in half and scoop pulp into sieve. Scrape pulp through sieve into blender bowl using spatula, extracting as much juice as possible. Cut vanilla bean in half, lengthwise, and with the sharp point of knife, scrape seeds from bean and add to blender. Whirl at high speed, scraping down sides of bowl occasionally, until mixture is fully blended and pureu0301ed.


    Divide mixture among individual Mason jars large enough to fill them half full. Top with lids but do not twist shut. Place in freezer and freeze. Once frozen, twist caps tight.


    Remove from freezer and thaw jars just until fruit is slushy. Uncap lids and pour sparkling wine or sparkling water into jars to almost full. Stir each and serve with spoons.



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