Frosé – A frozen rosé wine slushie with strawberries. A super simple idea that is refreshing and delicious all summer long!
Have you heard of or tried Frosé yet? It is a very popular summer cocktail because it is basically a slushie for grown ups! I am all for a refreshing summer cocktail and this one has been a favorite for a couple of summers now, so I am pretty sure it is here to stay!
What is Frose
The word is a combination of the word “frozen” and “rosé”. It is basically a frozen slushie with rosé wine and berries. The most common combination is strawberries mixed with your favorite rosé wine and then it is blended and frozen to make a slushie that is refreshing and perfect for sitting outside with friends.
This obviously uses rosé wine, so it is basically just a wine slushie! You could mix up the kind of wine you use to make all sorts of wine slushies.
What’s in Frosé
- Frozen Strawberries
- Sugar (or your sweetener of choice)
- Rosé Wine
How to Make Frosé
There are a couple different methods to make this, but my favorite is to use frozen berries so that you can enjoy it right away. Others use fresh strawberries and then the mixture requires hours in the freezer for everything to get all slushie. I will give instructions for both, but the frozen method is my favorite and I find the easiest.
- Add strawberries and wine to the blender and puree until smooth.
- Add sweetener and adjust the amount if necessary.
- If you are using frozen berries you can serve immediately. If using fresh, pour into a baking dish and freeze for about 6 hours. You can then blend the mixture quickly to have everything come together and serve.
Tips for Making Frosé
- Use a wine that you would normally like to drink. It doesn’t have to be expensive, you are mixing fruit in with it. But make sure it is something that you would enjoy on its own.
- If you want your frose thicker you can add in ice cubes when you are blending.
- Use whatever sweetener you like. I like to use sugar because it doesn’t change the taste. But honey or agave works great. You could even use simple syrup if that is what you had. Just start with a small amount and taste to adjust.
- Mix up the fruit. It is traditional to use strawberries, but raspberries, watermelon and even peaches would be delicious.
This super simple cocktail recipe will be on repeat all summer long! You can even freeze the leftovers (there is enough alcohol it won’t freeze solid) that you can blend again a couple days later to enjoy. So it is great to make for parties or just hanging out on the weekend.
More Great Cocktail Recipes
- Mojito Margarita
- Vodka Lemonade
- Tom Collins
- Jamaican Rum Punch
- Frozen Strawberry Daiquiri
- Sex on the Beach Drink
- Mai Tai
- Long Island Iced Tea
- 1 (750 ml) bottle rosé wine
- 12 oz bag frozen strawberries
- 2 Tbsp sugar
- Combine the strawberries and wine in the blender and process until smooth.
- Add sugar and taste to adjust the amount as necessary.
If you aren't using frozen fruit pour mixture onto a baking tray and freeze for 6 hours. Then re-blend the mixture to serve
Amount Per ServingCalories 68Total Fat 0gSaturated Fat 0gTrans Fat 0gUnsaturated Fat 0gCholesterol 0mgSodium 3mgCarbohydrates 12gFiber 1gSugar 9gProtein 0g
Nutrition Disclaimer: All information presented on this site is intended for informational purposes only. I am not a certified nutritionist and any nutritional information shared on dinnersdishesanddesserts.com should only be used as a general guideline.
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