Peach Bellini Cake

This Peach Bellini Cake is made using standard boxed cake mix and sparkling wine. It’s a fun and easy way to make cake in a snap!

Peach Bellini Cake

Drink your Peach Bellini and eat it, too!

This is the EASIEST CAKE I have ever made. No exaggeration. It uses a standard boxed white cake mix. I hardly ever use boxed mixes. I have nothing against them.

They taste fine, they bake consistently, and they take the mess out of baking. But most of all, they’re a big time saver because you don’t have to measure and scale out the ingredients.

Peach Bellini Cake

Because it’s summer and the last thing anyone wants to do is clean the kitchen, let’s take the shortcut route. Let’s take cake mix and turn it into something outside of the box. I was super intrigued to test out this recipe.

Sparkling wine in cake? Yes, please! I’m sharing this over at BHG’s Delish Dish blog. The recipe was inspired and adapted from this champagne cake.

Peach Bellini Cake

Peach Bellini Cake

Upgrade boxed cake mix with wine!

Instead of using water to combine the cake mix, simply substitute in equal part sparkling wine.

No need to use any fancy, expensive sparkling wine. The resulting cake is very light and fluffy. The alcohol will cook out during baking but you’ll be left with the lingering aroma of the sparkling wine.

Assembly couldn’t be any easier. No turn table needed since I’m leaving this cake naked. I spread a layer of homemade peach jam in between the cake layers and frosted with the cake with a whipped cream (mixed with a dollop of peach jam).

For the finishing touch, some fresh peach slices and a drizzle of honey to top the cake.

From start to finish, this Peach Bellini cake took an hour to bake, cool, and assemble. (!!!)

This cake would be perfect for impromptu get togethers, bridal showers, afternoon tea, and everything in between. Or in my case, it’s perfect to satisfy any sudden cake cravings.

Peach Bellini Cake

I’m calling this my Sunday Brunch cake. Sunday brunch isn’t complete without a glass of bubbly. Perhaps my next champagne cake will be a mimosa cake!

Peach Bellini Cake

Yield: 8-inch cake

Author Maryanne Cabrera


  • 1 package white cake mix of choice
  • sparkling wine in place of water in cake mix directions
  • 1 1/2 cups heavy cream, cold
  • 2 Tablespoons granulated sugar
  • 1/2 cup peach jam, or preserves
  • sliced peaches, to garnish
  • honey, for drizzling


  1. Follow boxed cake mix directions, substituting equal parts sparking wine in place of water.

  2. To make peach whipped cream: Whip chilled heavy cream with 2 Tbsp granulated sugar and 2 Tbsp peach jam.

  3. To assemble: Spread remaining peach jam between cake layers. Frost with peach whipped cream. Top with sliced peaches and honey drizzle.

    For additional sparkling wine flavor, brush sparking wine on cake layers before assembling.

Peach Bellini Cake

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Amanda @ Cookie Named Desire

I love how simple the cake is! It’s one of those cakes you can decide to make last minute and it still come out incredible and no one would even be the wiser!

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I love peaches and loving how simple but beautiful this cake is!! I’ll have to try this soon! Thanks Maryanne

Melanie | Melanie Makes

What a perfect cake for the end of summer – and so pretty, too!


So easy and delicious – that’s always a winning combination!

Des @ Life's Ambrosia

How fun! I love this!

carrie @ frugal foodie mama

I just love doctoring up boxed cake mix! This cake looks & sounds absolutely fabulous. I mean, who doesn’t like a boozy cake? ;)


Wow! What a great recipe using peaches!!

Justine | Cooking and Beer

This is my kind of cake! Love peach and I LOVE that you used a boxed cake mix! Saving for later!


Fun! Do you know of any recipes that could substitute for the boxed mix? I never know how large a cake they make, or if the taste or texture is appreciably different from an average basic sponge cake.

Meg @ With Salt and Wit

Simple cakes are great! Makes the wait much better! This one looks amazing!

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