Rosé Slushee… Frosé?!

Rosé Slushee Recipe... FroséHey, friends! I am super excited to share my quick trick for making a Rosé Slushee (also known as “Frosé” haha). It’s so easy you’re going to love it!!!

Rosé Slushee Recipe... Frosé First, pour rosé into ice cube molds. It does not matter if they are big or small cubes. They will freeze within 5-6 hours and be as frozen as they will ever be, which is very soft. Even if you leave them overnight or for a couple days in the freezer, they will never become hard like ice cubes.

Rosé Slushee Recipe... Frosé Use a spoon to remove each soft ice cube. Fill your glass with a few cubes. I think I used three of these medium cubes for my small glass.

Rosé Slushee Recipe... Frosé Crush the cubes up with a spoon. It will be VERY easy to crush the soft ice cubes into a slushee texture.

Rosé Slushee Recipe... Frosé Are you getting excited?! This is INSANELY SIMPLE, you guys!

Rosé Slushee Recipe... Frosé Last step! Add a teeny bit of liquid, just a splash! If you like a less sweet drink, just add a little rosé. If you want to sweeten it up, add a splash of cranberry juice or lemonade. I think making it a little bit sweeter adds to the snow cone element.

Rosé Slushee Recipe... Frosé Garnish with a cherry if you like! You can eat it with a spoon or sip it.

Rosé Slushee Recipe... Frosé Rosé Slushee Recipe... Frosé Hope you guys enjoy this fun summer drink idea! xx -Elsie

Rosé Slushee

The easiest rosé slushee recipe

Course Drinks
Cuisine American
Keyword cocktails, frose'
Servings 4 drinks
Author Elsie Larson

Ingredients

  • Your favorite rosé
  • ice cube mold tray

Instructions

  1. First. pour rosé into ice cube molds. It does not matter if they are big or small cubes. They will freeze within 5-6 hours and be as frozen as they will ever be, which is very soft. Even if you leave them overnight or for a couple days in the freezer, they will never become hard like ice cubes.

  2. Use a spoon to remove each soft ice cube. Fill your glass with a few cubes. I think I used three of these medium cubes for my small glass.

  3. Crush the cubes up with a spoon. It will be VERY easy to crush the soft ice cubes into a slushee texture.

  4. Add a teeny bit of liquid, just a splash! If you like a less sweet drink, just add a little rosé. If you want to sweeten it up, add a splash of cranberry juice or lemonade. I think making it a little bit sweeter adds to the snow cone element.

  5. Garnish with a cherry if you like! You can eat it with a spoon or sip it.

Credits//Author and Photography: Elsie Larson

  • Oooo I love this and it’s so easy! I’m going to do it this weekend 🙂

  • Great idea for a refreshing drink, and it’s so simple! 😀 <3

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  • So classy, so cute! I love rose and this idea is ultimate summery goodness.

    Danielle @ afloat on a full sea

  • As someone who enjoys a good rose with her bff, this is a recipe I’ll totally have to show her! Love the color.

  • You are amazing, I read about this trend just a few days ago and here you are making it available to us. Thank you!
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  • Wow this looks like a great way to step up a simple drink =o)

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  • Yes- there is something about the alcohol that makes it a good slushee. If you want to make a slushee out of something without alcohol I would get one of those mugs you freeze from Amazon. I used to use them as a kid to make frozen dr pepper and stuff. :))
    xx- Elsie

  • I thought that too: I always have a hard time finding a nice little spot for my icecube trays (I have a European style fridge with a very small freezer compartment).

    I am curious about your experiments with less alcoholic drinks! I’d guess making the ice slushy would be more work, seeing the alcohol in the wine prevents it from freezing completely

  • I remember this from your snapchat 🙂 looks delish. I have been getting more into wine, seems like a classy thing to do hehe.

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