I’m not the biggest fan of Rosé (no way, Rosé!). It’s way too close to white wine and I haven’t drunk that stuff since my twenty-first birthday (DON’T ASK). But, when it’s sweetened with some fresh strawberries, syrup, a little lemonade and slushed? Strawberry Frosé. Now that, I can definitely get on board with. It’s like an adult Slush Puppy (remember those?) – minus the blue tongue – and would be perfect served up at a barbecue or summery wedding. The base recipe is also super-adaptable; if you’re not a fan of strawberries then swap them out for raspberries or peaches – yum! And, the best thing? They’re really easy to make – especially if you prep the night before. All you need is a strong-bladed blender and you’re good to go. 🙂
- One bottle of Rosé
- 250g punnet of strawberries, chopped with stalks removed
- 100g caster sugar
- 200ml cloudy lemonade
- There are two ways to do the first step. You can either faff around dissolving the sugar on the hob with the lemonade and then add the strawberries to infuse and then seive the liquid into the Rosé… or, you can just take the easy route and blitz the whole lot in a blender until it’s nice and smooth and the sugar has dissolved. You do you.
- Next, pour the frosé mix into ice cube trays and freeze overnight.
- When you’re ready to serve, blitz the ice cubes in the blender until you get candy floss pink slush. Pour into glasses and garnish with a fresh strawberry. Cheers! 😉
Have a beautiful weekend guys! 💕