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Frosé Recipes (5 hrs vs. 5 mins)

Have we gone too far? Maybe. But it’s totally worth it because if you love rosé and you love slushies then frosé will be your new favorite thing!  It’s my jam!  The perfect summer treat with just the right amount of alcohol. I’m obsessed!  I love frozen treats… and wine so this is right up my alley!

Frosé has gone viral and it’s summer hottest and coolest drink.  So when I saw the drink featured in a restaurant in NYC I knew this had to happen, and a home-made version was necessary.  I mean I live in Atlanta and flying to NY every time I want frozen rosé would leave me broke.  So I made two different versions of Frosé and did more of an A/B test.  The first involves freezing the Rosé for 5 hours prior and is a tad time consuming. The second takes 5 minutes by adding ice and is so close that by your second glass you can hardly tell the difference.  You be the judge.  Which one is your favorite?

frosé recipe

frosé recipe

frosé recipe

frosé recipe


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Delicious frozen rosé perfect for summer! Refreshing and will surely impress your friends!
  • Perfect for Cocktails and Happy Hour
  • Servings 2 cocktails
  • Prep Time 5-6 hours
  • Cook Time 10 min



  1. Pour rosé in a measuring cup or bowl and place in freezer. Let sit for 5 hours. (I do this the night before to save time).
  2. Add fresh strawberries to blender.
  3. Add sugar to blender and let sit for a few minutes.
  4. Pour in vodka.
  5. Squeeze 1 lemon into blender.
  6. Add frozen rosé.
  7. Optional: Add 1 c ice to blender for consistency.
  8. Blend.
  9. Pour and serve! Add strawberry to the side of your glass as a garnish.

Recipe Notes

Serve and enjoy!

5 Minute Frosé Recipe

Want to cut the time down to 5 minutes for your second batch? Skip freezing the rosé and instead of using 2 cups of fresh strawberries, substitute 1 cup for frozen strawberries.  You may need to add an additional cup of ice until it reaches the consistency you want but they basically taste the same and you save a ton of time not having to wait!