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Our Frosé Recipe is a rosé cocktail blended into a frozen wine slushie mix, using frozen fruit and a little honey! It’s crisp, fruity, and so refreshing.
With just 3 ingredients and 3 steps, this make ahead frozen strawberry cocktail couldn’t be any easier. All your favorite restaurants are serving this fruity drink, and now you can easily make it at home!
Frosé is one of the best summer drinks you can make at home. Using frozen fruit, like frozen strawberries or watermelon, and rosé wine, it makes a perfect wine cocktail recipe for any pool party or adult birthday party!
Add this to your list of simple mixed drink recipes for a backyard BBQ menu or picnic, or just enjoy it for yourself on a hot summer weekend! A Frosé Rosé is even the perfect fit for your wedding shower ideas.
What is a Frosé?
In the past few years, as rosé was making the comeback of its life and warm weather enthusiasts were reaching for the pink drink, someone thought to freeze wine.
And thus, the frozen rosé drink was born—a wine slushie recipe now known as the frosé!
The term ‘frosé’ (pronounced FRO-zay) comes from the combination of the words ‘frozen’ and ‘rosé’.
A frosé is essentially a wine slushie, perfect for serving during warmer months to put a twist on the popular rosé cocktail.
What is Rosé wine?
Rosé wine is a refreshing pink wine, with a bright flavor and many of the same traits as white wine.
It’s an adaptable wine you can pair with many different dishes. Some bottles are dry and pair well with dishes like fish and chicken, while some are sweeter and pair well with hearty beef dishes.
You might look at these fancy fruity mixed drinks and wonder if you can make something like this without any sort of special equipment.
Trust me, I get it. The good news is, as long as you have a blender, you can make this wine slushie recipe!
If you’re planning on serving frosé recipes more often, you can even pick up a frosé machine.
🍓 Frosé Ingredients
You don’t need many ingredients to make a frosé. As far as fun fruity cocktail ideas and wine cocktails go, this is a super simple drink recipe.
You can use your favorite frozen fruit to make it, and dry or sweet rosé wine. A little bit of honey adds extra sweetness!
One of the best parts about this easy strawberry cocktail is that you can freeze your own strawberries to make it! Follow our guide on freezing strawberries to learn how to do it the easy way.
Recipes with strawberries are always a huge hit at any get-together, once you pair them with a frozen róse, you are sure to wow your friends!
We love a Strawberry Fróse, but are equally partial to Watermelon Fróses too! Or try using tropical fruits, like our Frozen Coconut Rum Cocktail. 🍍
🍹 How to Make Frosé
Frozen rosé wine slushies are easy to make following just a few simple steps. You don’t need a fancy frosé machine to make them (although they’re awesome if you have one!). I just use my blender.
- Pour a bottle of your favorite rosé wine into a Tupperware container and place it in the freezer until frozen (about 8 hours).
- Add the frozen rosé, frozen fruit, and honey to a blender, and pulse until everything is combined.
- Serve immediately.
Removing the frozen rosé from the Tupperware is much easier than it sounds. It doesn’t freeze entirely solid, so you can scoop it out easily to add to your blender!
⏲ Can I make Frosé the night before?
Yes, you can! Once blended, simply place the mixture back in Tupperware and freeze again until ready to enjoy.
This is how we recommend storing Frosé. Re-pulse in your blender before serving.
🥂 What flavors of Frosé are there?
A frosé recipe is usually made with strawberries, because nothing screams summer more than frozen strawberry recipes, am I right?
The good news is, you can mix just about any berry or frozen fruit into this frosé recipe.
A few of my favorite flavors for wine slushies are:
- Strawberry frosé
- Watermelon frosé
- Mango frosé
- Peach frosé
The concept is the same; blend frozen fruit of your choice with a little sweetener and rosé wine, and you have yourself the wine slushie mix of your dreams.
I like strawberry and watermelon, but what about strawberry peach? We even have guides on how to freeze peaches and how to peel peaches the easy way, if you want to give that a shot! And I totally recommend it. It’s delicious!
🍴 What should I serve Frosé with?
Can I say everything without sounding unreasonable? 😂
Whether you’re looking for the perfect refreshing summer drinks for a BBQ, brunch with friends, or just to treat yourself on a hot summer day, make this frosé recipe! It really does go with everything.
Frosé is a frozen drink, so it will start to melt once you have it out in the sun. That’s why it pairs so nicely with BBQ, easy finger food and picnic food. We recommend enjoying it with:
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📖 Easy Strawberry Recipes
For a celebration or special occasion, try serving this frosé rosé with a strawberry shortcake recipe like our homemade strawberry shortcake. It’s a real treat!
And there is nothing better than a delicious smooth and creamy Strawberry Swirl Cheesecake!
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If you enjoyed this frosé recipe, let us know in the comments and with a rating! And, try these other refreshing summer drinks you’re sure to love:
- Moscato Sangria, Rose Sangria
- Frozen Tropical Fruit Rum Cocktail
- Fruity “MOMosa” Best Mimosa Recipe
- Frozen Strawberry Daiquiri Recipe
- 750 ml rose
- 2 cups frozen fruit (I prefer strawberry or watermelon)
- 2 Tbsp. honey
- Place rose wine in a container and freeze for no less than 6 hours.Add frozen wine, frozen fruit, and honey to the blender. Pulse until combined.
- Serve immediately.
- You don’t need a frosé machine to make this easy cocktail recipe. A blender works just fine!
- You can try other fruits with this recipe. We recommend giving mango or peach a try!