Make this Easy Frose Recipe in less than 10 minutes! No need to freeze anything ahead of time or do any prep work. Just blend simple ingredients to make the perfect frozen rose.
Give your happy hour an upgrade with this simple homemade frose
When it comes to cocktail selection, I usually avoid blended fruity cocktails, BUT I cannot resist frose. There is something about the subtly sweet and refreshing taste of frozen rosé that I cannot pass up.
Many of the popular frose recipes require you to freeze ingredients like the rose before making the cocktails. Skip the freezer step and go straight to enjoying this delicious summer beverage.
Froze is like an adult slushie and I want to make this as easy as possible. This frozen wine is ready to enjoy in just 10 minutes!
Whether you are enjoying a warm summer evening outside, entertaining friends in your backyard or just relaxing by the pool, this easy frosé recipe is a perfect option. It will be the only frozen cocktail you will want this summer!
- Wine opener
- Liquid measuring cup
- Measuring cups and measuring spoons
- Fine mesh strainer
Serve this rosé wine slushing as soon as it is made! I like to serve it to guests in a stemless wine glass. Cut slices into a ripe fresh strawberry and use that as a garnish for the glass.
This is the best kind of drink to serve at a summer barbecue. Serve it alongside these other barbecue favorites:
- Dry rose wine
- Frozen whole strawberries
What rose wine should i use to make frose?
There are many different kind of rosé just like there different types of white and red wine.
I prefer to make this frose recipe with dry rose wine because it gives the rose a stronger wine flavor. For this reason, I look for rose made with grenache, syrah or pinot noir varietals.
I love the taste of strawberry frosé, but you can use so many different types of frozen or fresh fruit to make this recipe. Use half frozen strawberries and half frozen watermelon to make a refreshing strawberry watermelon frozen rose.
You can even use raspberries or mixed berries to change the flavor slightly. Be sure to strain out the seeds before blending in the ice, especially if you are use raspberries.
I use plain granulated sugar to sweeten my frosé, but you can omit the sugar completely, add to it for extra sweetness or use a different sweetener. Simple syrup, maple syrup, agave or honey will all work well in place of the sugar.
To add a bit of sour flavor to the rose, you can squeeze some lemons into the mixture before blending. The lemon juice adds the perfect sweet and sour flavor.
How to make an easy frose recipe
Step 1: Blend rose with frozen strawberries
To begin, add frozen strawberries, rose wine and sugar to a blender. Blend on high until smooth.
Step 2: strain, add ice and blend again
Then, pour mixture through a strainer to strain out any strawberry seeds. Pour strained mixture back into the blender and add the ice cubes.
Finally, blend again until a smooth mixture remains. Serve in wine glasses with a fresh strawberry garnish.
How can i make frosé with vodka?
This simple frosé recipe only calls for wine, frozen strawberries and sugar, but if you want to up the amount of alcohol you can add vodka.
I like to add 1 shot of vodka per serving of each rosé wine slushie. For this recipe you would add 2 shots of vodka.
You can also add blanco tequila or some coconut rum depending on your flavor preferences.
Can I make this frozen rose ahead of time?
Yes! Blend the rose according to the recipe directions. Pour blended rose into ice cube trays.
When it is time to serve the frose, transfer the cubes back into a blender to blend again and serve!
Serve your frozen wine with these summer appetizers
- Bang Bang Shrimp Dip
- Asparagus and Cheddar Galette
- Easy Black Bean and Corn Dip
- Whipped Feta Dip with Fresh Herbs
You can find the full recipe below. If you make this recipe, please rate and review it in the comments, or share it with me on Instagram!
- 375ml of dry rosé wine
- 1 1/2 cups frozen strawberries
- 1 tbsp sugar
- 1 1/2 cups of ice
** Each batch of this recipe calls for half a bottle of wine. If you want to use the full bottle of wine, I recommend making 2 batches for the best consistency.
- Add frozen strawberries, rose wine and sugar to a blender. Blend on high until smooth.
- Pour mixture through a strainer to strain out any strawberry seeds. Pour strained mixture back into the blender and add the ice cubes.
- Blend again until a smooth mixture remains. Serve in wine glasses with a fresh strawberry garnish.
- look for a dry rose for the crispest flavor
- you can use a different type of sweetener in place of the sugar. You can use simple syrup, agave or maple syrup
- you can use a different type of frozen fruit in place of the strawberries. Feel free to use frozen raspberries or even frozen watermelon