I have a delicious and easy drink for you today, this strawberry frosè recipe both looks and tastes amazing and can be made to serve a crowd.
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I love a good frozen cocktail and I find that these frosty drinks can be served up for so many different occasions. This Spring I’m serving this strawberry frosè with Easter dessert. I’ll have a house full of people and lots of good food. Why not top off a delicious meal with a fruity drink and a slice of pie.
Frosè is ridiculously easy to make, this version only has 2 ingredients! But the beauty of this recipe is that you can truly make it your own. The basic recipe is below, but try these variations when you make frosè.
- Use a mixture of frozen fruit like peaches, strawberries, mango or berries.
- Try sweet or dry rosè to vary the flavor and taste of your drink. If you are serving this with a sweet dessert or apps you may want to opt for a dry rosè.
- Add a small amount of sugar or agave nectar to sweeten a dry frosè.
- Add vodka for a stronger cocktail.
To make frosè you will need 4-6 cups of frozen fruit, I used strawberries for this recipe. You will also need a bottle of rosè, the sweetness of the wine will affect the taste of your drink.
Add the 2 ingredients to a blender and blend until smooth! I love my Ninja for frozen drinks, it makes such a smooth mixture with no leftover clumps.
Once the frosè is blended and smooth, pour into glasses or a pitcher and enjoy immediately. I have also stored extra in the freezer. It will freeze and can be served up as a slush later on. Scoop it out with an ice cream scoop and top it with a little wine or white soda.
Serving Size: 1 cup
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 153 Total Fat: 1g Saturated Fat: 0g Trans Fat: 0g Unsaturated Fat: 1g Cholesterol: 0mg Sodium: 0mg Carbohydrates: 0g Fiber: 0g Sugar: 0g Protein: 0g
Want more Easter cocktail ideas? Look no further these these delicious drinks.
Chocolate Easter Bunny Shots from Weekend Craft • Coconut Cottontail from the Lucky Pear • Strawberry Frosé from Creative Ramblings • Pink Greyhound Cocktail from Red Cottage Chronicles • Pink Champagne Margarita from Our Crafty Mom
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