Beverages

Frosé

Frozen Rosé, or Frosé, is all the rage right now!

I love food trends… let’s freeze a bottle of wine and see if it goes viral!

Well, there’s a little more to it than that and it’s simply delicious!

There’s a slight sweetness from the strawberry simple syrup and the refreshing flavor of a good rosé


A Perfect drink to chill (literally!) with your friends!

Start with a bottle of good dry rosé

Pour the wine into a 13×9 pan .  I’m using a glass baking pan with high sides and a lid

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Cover and freeze for at least 5 hours or even overnight

It won’t freeze solid due to the alcohol

Let’s make strawberry simple syrup

Bring equal parts of water and sugar, 1/2 cup each in this case, to a boil and stir until sugar dissolves

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Hull and slice up 8 ounces of strawberries and let steep in the simple syrup until the liquid is completely cool

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Just let them sit, don’t mash.  We want the strawberry flavor to be infused without pulp

 Strain the berries and set aside for another use (Um… on top of vanilla ice cream??) and chill the simple syrup

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Now for the fun part… well, the part my daughter likes anyway

Take the frozen rosé out of the freezer and scrape with a fork.  Right now it’s a granita!

scrape, scrape, scrape…

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Scrape right into a blender

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Add in 3 ounces of fresh lemon juice and 4 ounces of the strawberry simple syrup and blend until pureed

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Re-freeze for another 20-30 minutes, either in your blender or back into the pan

Once frozen to a milkshake consistency re-blend

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Serve garnished with strawberries and enjoy chillin’ with your favorite happy hour friend!

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Cheers!

 

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Simply Sundays! ~ Frosé

  • Servings: 4 - 6
  • Difficulty: Easy
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Ingredients

750ml bottle of a good dry rosé

1/2 cup of water

1/2 cup sugar

3 ounces of fresh lemon juice

4 ounces of the strawberry simple syrup

Directions

Pour the dry rosé into a 13×9 pan.  Cover and  freeze for at least 5 hours or overnight

To make the strawberry simple syrup, bring the water and sugar to a boil and stir until sugar dissolves

Hull and slice up 8 ounces of strawberries and let steep in the simple syrup until the liquid is completely cool; just let them sit, don’t mash.  Strain the berries and set aside for another use

Scrape the frozen wine into a blender, add in 3 ounces of fresh lemon juice and 4 ounces of the strawberry simple syrup and blend until pureed

Re-freeze for another 20-30 minutes, either in your blender or back into the pan

Once frozen to a milkshake consistency, add one cup of crushed ice, blend and serve

Tools I used to make this recipe

Pyrex 3 Quart Glass Oblong Baking Dish with Red Plastic Lid – 9 inch x 13 Inch

Pyrex 3-Piece Glass Measuring Cup Set

10 Piece Stainless Steel Measuring Cups

Farberware Cutting Board

Cuisinart Blender

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2 comments on “Frosé

  1. Anonymous

    That looks absolutely awesome!

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