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Strawberry Wine Slushie

This is the perfect summer cocktail. Try making this strawberry wine slushie on a hot summer evening to cool you off!

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It’s the last week of school and then summer vacation.  I love June and July. Time for night swims, staying up late, and catching up with all the adults we haven’t seen all school year!  It’s easy to grab snacks and drinks for the kids when we get together with friends, but it’s sure is nice to have some special things for the adults too!  This strawberry rosé wine slushie is perfect for these time and so yummy. I’ve heard some people call it a frosé ( frozen rosé ).

Update: I’m updating this article in February and I’m dying for some warm weather after reading over this recipe. It’s cloudy and rainy today and I’m making this on the first warm day, which is hopefully soon since I live in North Carolina.

Cavit Rosé is the ideal summer drink and even better is an adult slushie!  It’s perfect for those warm North Carolina nights. It’s so simple and easy to make. Cavit Rosé goes well with strawberries, raspberries, cherries, and watermelon so I decided to add some fruit to my slushie.

wine glass with frozen strawberry wine slushie on wooden boards with fresh strawberries laying about and one on the wine glass

I like switching up my drinks, but I’m lazy and like them to be easy. We have a neighborhood pool and of course, we live the furthest from the pool as you can get. So when I run home to grab refills and snacks I need to be fast. This recipe only has two ingredients so you can’t get any simpler than that.

It makes a good amount so it’s the perfect drink to share with your friends.

You can’t take glass containers to the pool so I’ve found some different kinds of wine glasses for the pool area. These plastic tumblers with freezing gel in them are perfect to take outside on a hot day. Your drink will stay nice and cool and if you do drop it, it won’t break and get you kicked out! They also have some tumblers in this same style that will be perfect for the guys (and girls).

Strawberry Wine Slushie Recipe

This rosé slushie is super easy to make and the prep time is only 5 MINUTES! Make sure to have a couple of bottles of rosé in your refrigerator for a quick cocktail.

Ingredients for Strawberry Wine Slushies

  • 1 bottle rosé- about 3 1/2 cups
  • Frozen strawberries– Make sure to use frozen strawberries or your drink won’t be a slushie.
  • Fresh strawberries for garnish
2 wine glasses with frozen strawberry wine slushie on wooden boards with fresh strawberries laying about and one on the wine glasses with tray with bottle of rose in the background

Directions

  • Add a bottle of Rosé and frozen fruit to the blender. Blend until smooth.
  • Pour into glasses or a pitcher and serve immediately. Garnish with fresh strawberries.

Tip 1

You may not be able to make this recipe is one batch depending on the size of your blender, so make sure yours can handle it before adding in all your ingredients or you’ll need to make it in a couple of batches.

Tip 2

Make sure to blend until your drink is nice and smooth. Don’t stop too soon. If you do, you’ll have bigger chunks in your drink.

Add your frozen strawberries in slowly to make sure you get the consistency you like. Some people like theirs a little thicker, so you can add in additional strawberries if you prefer.

Tip 3

You can try other frozen berries or even a mixture of berries to this drink. We always have strawberries in the freezer because we drink a lot of smoothies at our house, but a berry blend is also delicious. Peaches and mangos would be a great summer flavor also.

Of course, you can just have this straight out of the bottle.  It’s so delicious.  It goes well with all fish and white meats.  It’s just a nice wine to have in your refrigerator.

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2 wine glasses with frozen strawberry wine slushie on wooden boards with fresh strawberries laying about and one on the wine glass

Next, you’ll want to pull out My/Mo Mochi Ice Cream.  The ice cream is inside the mochi. I never knew what mochi was until now! It’s a sweet rice dough that’s chewy and melts in your mouth and is filled with different flavors of ice cream to make a treat.

It’s different, but something we’ll be adding to your grocery list again.  It looks just like the picture on the box, which I LOVE because I hate it when companies try and trick you.

green box of mochi ice cream treats on wooden boards and one mochi ball cut in half

It comes in eight flavors and I stood there for 2 minutes trying to decide which to buy. They all looked so good! I got the mint chocolate chip!

  • Double Chocolate
  • Green Tea
  • Cookies & Cream
  • Ripe Strawberry
  • Sweet Mango
  • Mint Chocolate Chip
  • Vanilla
  • Salted Caramel
hand holiding one light green mochi ice cream ball

PS.  Don’t let your kids find out about these because they will bug you to death about finishing the box.  I know from experience!  They love these things! Make sure to load up this Ibotta coupon too!  You’ll want to make sure to grab a couple of boxes for sure.

More Summer Cocktails

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Strawberry Wine Slushie

This is the perfect drink for summer and spring. Try making this strawberry wine slushie on a hot summer evening to cool you off!
Course Drinks
Cuisine American
Keyword Cocktail, strawberries, wine
Prep Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes
Servings 4
Author Holly- Keeping Life Sane

Ingredients

  • 1 bottle Cavit Rosé
  • 4 cups frozen strawberries
  • Fresh strawberries for garnish

Instructions

  • Add bottle of Rosé to blender. Slowly add in strawberries while blending. Blend until smooth.
  • Garnish with a fresh strawberry and serve immediately.

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Recipe Rating




Roseanne

Tuesday 5th of June 2018

I want a wine slushy on my next visit. Looks so refreshing!