Strawberry Frosé

4 servings
5 min

Rosé meets strawberries in a crowd-pleasing frozen summer cocktail. Refreshing and easy to make in a blender with just three ingredients!

How about a Strawberry Frosé to beat the summer heat?

If you’re not familiar with Frosé, it’s frozen rosé, with fruit added. Think daiquiri, but with rosé instead of rum.

It’s super easy to make using a blender, adding frozen strawberries to rosé and sweetener to taste. Depending on your variety of rosé and the sweetness of your strawberries, you can bump up the sweetness as needed by adding simple syrup, agave nectar, honey or sugar.

I had some big fresh local strawberries that I bought to make Strawberry Streusel Bars. I put the rest of my strawberries in the freezer to enjoy later.

Depending on the size of blender, you may need to make your frosé in two batches. You’ll want 4 cups of frozen strawberries to 1 bottle of bottle of rosé Blend up and sweeten to taste, pretty easy, right? You can substitute frozen peaches for a delicious variation.

Using frozen strawberries will give you a daiquiri-like consistency without diluting the flavor like adding ice and fresh berries will.

This will serve 4 – 6 people. You can keep some in the freezer to pull out and enjoy as the alcohol in the wine will prevent the mixture from freezing hard.

Watermelon fans might also enjoy a Refreshing Watermelon Mule, a summery twist on the classic Moscow Mule, and refreshing cocktail for summer parties and BBQs.

Recipe details
  • 4  servings
  • Prep time: 5 Minutes Cook time: 0 Minutes Total time: 5 min
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  • 1 750-ml. bottle rosé, chilled
  • 4 cups frozen strawberries
  • 1/4 cup granulated sugar or sweetener of choice adjust sweetener to taste

Add all ingredients to blender, and blend until fully combined and smooth.
If frosé is too watery, add more frozen strawberries or ice until you have desired consistency.
  • Depending on the size of blender, you may need to make in two batches.
  • Add sweeter of choice to taste. Substitute simple syrup, agave nectar, honey or stevia for sugar if desired.
  • May substitute frozen peaches for strawberries.
Mary @ Home is Where the Boat Is
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  • Jim Cox Jim Cox on Apr 23, 2024

    I have been making this for a while, using Moscato. I've used peaches and pineapple too. Instead of simple syrup, I make 'splenda syrup' and save a few calories 😉