Frozé: A Frozen Rosé Recipe You Have To Try

Frozé: A Frozen Rosé Recipe You Have To Try


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Move over margaritas, frozé --frozen rosé-- is the new summer drink trend that everyone is talking about. For your next outdoor meal or summer brunch, try cooling down with a frozé.

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Time needed

6 hour preparation + 6 hour cooking

Serving Size / Yield

12 servings


  • 2 bottles of a bold, fruity rosé of your choice
  • 1 cup sugar
  • 12 oz strawberries, sliced into quartered
  • 5 oz freshly squeezed lemon juice

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Pour rosé into a glass or plastic baking dish. Freeze for at least 6 hours or until it’s nearly solid. Fun fact, the alcohol will keep it from totally freezing solid, which is perfect for a slushy frozen drink)
While your rosé is getting cool, you need to heat up some water and sugar in a saucepan. Stir constantly while water is at a boil until all of the sugar is dissolved. Then, add your strawberries, turn off your burner, and allow them to stew for about an hour.
Now that you have a strawberry sugar stew, drain out the excess water and chill the bowl for about a half hour.
Once 6 hours have passed and all of your ingredients are properly chilly, scoop your frozen rosé from the dish to your blender. Pour in your lemon juice, your strawberry syrup, and 1 cup of crushed ice cubes. Purée everything together until the mixture is smooth smooth. Then, pour this puree back into the glass dish and allow it to freeze back into a near solid.
Blend this mixture again on low into a slushy consistency. Pour drink into glasses and serve your frozé to your guests and (let’s be honest) to yourself.

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