This strawberry frose is the only drink you’ll want to drink all summer. It’s kind of like the grown-up version of a slushy.
You know me, I love my glass of rose. Wine, in general, is my preferred drink of choice. In the winter, I’ll go for a glass of cabernet or merlot, but during the warmer months, I usually go for a glass of rose, chardonnay or sauvignon blanc.
But specifically, in the summer I’ll choose a rose. It’s light; it goes well with pasta, salads, and seafood. These are pretty much all of the things I crave in summer. On top of that, a glass of rose is so pretty with its light pink color.
So, today I will show you how easy it is to make a strawberry frose. It’s delicious and refreshing, which makes it a preferred summer drink for me.
I’m seriously considering buying a bunch of ice cube trays, filling them up with rose and keeping them in the freezer so when I have guests over I can make them this drink.
Just imagine, sitting in the backyard, munching on some snacks and sipping strawberry frose. Living your best life.
So I didn’t add any sweeteners to the recipe but if you want you can add 1/2 cup of sugar, a few drops of stevia or leave it as it is. I find rose a bit sweeter than other wines, and the strawberries add some natural sugar, which is enough for me. As I said, you do you.
STRAWBERRY FROSE RECIPE
1 bottle of rose
2-3 cups frozen strawberries
mint for garnish
Pour the bottle of rose into ice cube trays. I used about 2 1/2 ice cube trays. Then place the ice cube trays in the freezer and leave them there overnight.
Once the rose is frozen, place the ice cubes in a blender, along with the strawberries. Add the ice and blend until combined. Serve immediately or leave the blender in the freezer until it’s time to serve.