Fresh Strawberry Frosé
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Fresh Strawberry Frosé

Say "hello" to your new favorite summer drink.

Fresh Strawberry Frose
Fresh Strawberry Frose
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If you haven't tried the frosé (AKA frozen rosé wine) trend yet, this recipe is the perfect place to start. We promise that you won't be disappointed! This delicious summer drink is a grown up version of slushies that everyone enjoys when the weather gets warm. You'll simply partially freeze your favorite rosé wine and then blend it with a few other yummy ingredients. The result is a perfectly sippable drink that is ideal for summer barbecues or girls nights.

You can also make an average weeknight just a little more special with a batch of this fun cocktail! However you choose to serve this strawberry frosé, we know you and your guests will talk about it all season long.

Serves6

Preparation Time6 hr

Cooking Time5 min

Difficulty Level

Ingredients

  • 1 bottle rosé wine (750 ml)
  • 1/2 cup sugar
  • 1/2 cup water
  • 6 strawberries
  • 2 1/2 ounces fresh lemon juice

Fresh Strawberry Frosé Recipe

Instructions

  1. Pour rosé into a large ziptop bag, seal, and freeze until almost solid, about 6 hours. The rose will not completely solidify due to the alcohol.

  2. Make a simple syrup by bringing sugar and water to a boil in a medium saucepan. Cook, stirring constantly, until sugar dissolves, about 3 minutes. Remove from stove and cool.

  3. Put rose in the blender, add the strawberries, lemon juice and  2-4 ounces syrup, depending on desired sweetness.  

  4. Purée until smooth. Enjoy!

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This Fresh Strawberry Frose is popular among teens especially during summer when the temperature begins to rise. This drink can also be served during Halloween as it resembles blood which is appropriate for Halloween.

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