Happy Friday friends! What better way to celebrate the weekend than with summer’s hottest (or coolest ;)) drink trend, Frosé! Let me be clear from the start though, this Frosé recipe is a tad different than the rest. Let’s call it skinny Frosé 🙂
As I was checking out multiple recipes for this post, I noticed every single one had simple syrup or sugar in it. Sorry…not for this girl. I can barely handle alcohol these days, let alone sugary alcohol, so there was no way I was adding sugar to my Rosé. Besides, isn’t Rosé plenty sweet as it is? And, personally, I don’t want to mask the taste of my Rosé with a bunch of sugar. To sweeten this drink I used agave nectar and if it’s not sweet enough for you, you can easily add a bit more agave to it.
Keep in mind that the ingredients listed below will make 6 glasses, however, if you just want 1 or 2 glasses, you can easily use 1 tray of cubes, 1 cup strawberries, 1 cup ice and 2 Tbsp agave and save the rest of the cubes for later.
Makes 6 servings
1 bottle (250 mL) Rosé
3 ice cube trays
3 cups sliced strawberries, divided, plus more for garnish if desired
3 cups ice, divided
6 Tbsp agave nectar, divided
1. Pour all of Rosé into the ice cube trays, distributing evenly. Should fill 3 to 3 1/2 trays. Freeze for at least 6 hours to overnight. Because of the alcohol, the cubes won’t freeze completely but should be solid enough to crack the trays and remove the cubes when ready as you would with regular ice cubes.
2. In a blender, place 12 cubes frozen Rosé (1 tray worth), 1 cup sliced strawberries, 1 cup ice & 2 Tbsp agave and blend until you have a slushy consistency. Mine was pretty thick but I also have a pretty old blender. Honey, if you are reading this…a Vitamix would be a phenomenal gift at some point 😉 If you want to thin it out, you can add 1 Tbsp of water at a time until you reach the desired consistency. However, I spooned mine out of the blender and it melted to a great consistency within a couple minutes.
3. Divide between 2 wine glasses, garnish with a whole strawberry and serve. Repeat twice with remaining ingredients if desired.
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