You only need three ingredients to make frozen rosé, also known as frosé: pineapple, strawberry, and, of course the essential summer wine.
Have you ever wondered what a wine smoothie would taste like? Well, you're now about to find out. My juicy blender frosé recipe combines frozen fruit and super chilled wine for an easy, boozy slushy that quenches your grownup summer thirst every single time. Simply put, it hits the spot, OK?! There's no need to add ice so you don't have to worry about it getting watered down, which is key in this summer heat. And even better: you can make it in under five minutes. Let's get into the delicious details.
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How to Make Frosé with Fruit
Picture yourself sitting on the patio, sipping a cool, tall glass of this boozy summer treat. You look good. And you feel good because this is frosé with no sugar added. Wondering what frosé is made of? Here you go.
- Frozen Pineapple Chunks
- Frozen Strawberries
- Chilled Rosé Wine
So many of the frosé recipes making their rounds on the internets are unnecessarily complicated and call for extra sweeteners when it really don't take all that! To make this rosé wine and fruit slush, you simply add all three ingredients to a blender and let it swirl until smooth. The result is frosty and perfectly sippable through a straw.
Tips for this Rosé Wine Slushie
- Can I use fresh fruit in this recipe? Yes and no. The recipe turns out well when at least one of the fruits is frozen and for the best when they both are. If you want that frosty, frozen texture without adding ice, use frozen fruit. This drink recipe takes just about two minutes to make when starting with frozen fruit but if you're starting with fresh fruit, be sure to throw it in the freezer at least an hour before you'll need it. There's a quick primer on how to do that below.
- What kind of rosé to use for frosé? When making frosé and rosé sangria, I recommend using a sweet, juicy wine. The middle shelf grocery store stuff works just fine. I've found that brands like Black Girl Magic, Apothic, and Gris Blanc work really well in this recipe but feel free to try your favorite. On the other hand, I gravitate toward drier rosé when making wine spritzers.
- Can I double or half this recipe? You definitely can! In fact, I half the recipe all the time because a full bottle of rosé and all this frozen fruit won't even fit in my blender at once. To make the full recipe, you'll likely need to go at it in two batches. To make frosé for a party, double this recipe and make in four batches.
Flash Freezing Fruit How-To
- Line a sheet pan with wax or parchment paper.
- Prep fruit to its desired form for eating. This includes removing any pits or seeds, cutting off rinds or stems, and, in this case, hulling strawberries to remove the green leaves and stems.
- If necessary, cut fruit into bite size pieces.
- Spread prepared fruit out onto lined sheet pan so that the pieces don't touch. This step prevents the fruit from freezing together in one big block.
- Place pan in freezer and leave for at least four hours.
- Transfer frozen fruit into a zipper seal storage bag. Seal and store in freezer.
My strawberry frosé with pineapple deserves a spot in your summer sipping lineup so get on that ASAP. And sharing is caring so be sure to pin this three-ingredient wine cocktail on Pinterest. Have any questions on how to make this absolutely perfectly? Ask me in the comments section. I'm here to help. Thanks for reading!
Quick Frozen Rosé Recipe
Easy frozen rosé cocktails made with just three ingredients in the blender
- 1 bottle rosé of your choice super chilled
- 1 pint strawberries hulled and frozen
- 4 cups pineapple chunks frozen
Add all ingredients to a blender or half the ingredients if your blender will not hold the full recipe at one time. Pulse until smooth (about one minute).
Pour into glasses and garnish with fresh strawberries, if desired.
Enjoy immediately and responsibly.
Only half this recipe will fit into most blenders at one time, so you'll likely need to make it in two batches.