Rosé Slushie (Frosé)

Well, if this little diddy didn’t come across my browser at the most perfect time, then I don’t think I’d know good timing if it hit me on the head! When you were a kid did you used to walk to 7-Eleven on a scorching hot summer day to get an ice cold slushee to cool off? If you know what I’m talking about, all of your childhood dreams are about to come true.

Enter: Rosé Slushie (Frosé)

Frosé is an amazing adult drink that married your favourite childhood drink. It is the culmination of sophisticated wine brought to you in an icy, refreshing form, and is absolutely delicious. You know what they say: #roseallday.

Rosé Slushie (Frosé)


1 bottle Rose wine (full-bodied)

1/2 cup water

8-10 large strawberries, quartered

2/3 cup fresh raspberries

3 large thyme sprigs

5 Tbsp. fresh lemon juice

1/4 tsp. liquid stevia (optional)

1-2 cups crushed ice (optional)


Pour rosé into a shallow pan. Freeze for up to 6 hours. Cook’s Note: Rosé will not freeze solid because of alcohol content.

Bring water to a boil in medium saucepan over medium-high heat.

Add strawberries, raspberries, and thyme. Remove from heat. Let mixture steep, covered, stirring occasionally, for 30 to 45 minutes, or until desired flavor is reached. Strain liquid through fine mesh strainer, pressing on berries with a wooden spoon to remove juice. Refrigerate while rosé freezes.

Scrape frozen rosé into blender. Add berry liquid, lemon juice, stevia (if desired), and ice (if desired); cover. Blend until smooth. Freeze mixture for 30 minutes before serving. Reblend quickly.

Divide evenly between six wine glasses; serve each with a spoon.

Check out the full recipe over on the BeachBody website.

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