Your summer drink dreams came true! Raspberry Peach Frosé (Frozen rosé) is a frozen rosé blended into a frosty pink drink that will keep you cool while you say “Yes way rosé!”
You guys! I could not be more excited about this Raspberry Peach Frosé! Yes, Frosé, which is frozen rosé wine, blended with some fruity simple syrup and lemon juice that will probably replace your pitcher of frozen margaritas forever. Ok, I’m sorry, you don’t need to get rid of margaritas, there are enough hot summer days for both margaritas and Frosé. PS, I seriously debated whether to call this Frosé or Frozé. I thought Frozé was cuter but Frosé is closer to the spelling of Rosé so… I don’t know. What do you guys think?
I first resolved to make this when I saw it on Bon Appetit. Then my friend Marianne over at Basil and Bubbly did it. I couldn’t wait anymore! I decided to use my favorite cheap rosé wine from Trader Joe’s (La Granja Rosé – it has a flamingo on the label!) and get to Frosé making. The Bon Appetit recipe uses strawberries, which I have no doubt tastes great (strawberries and wine, how can you go wrong?) but I decided to use a combination of raspberries and peaches for my fruity components. I went with white peaches because I wanted a bright, vibrant pink, and I thought yellow peaches would interfere with that. But feel free to use whatever fruit you want, keeping in mind how they will affect the color of the final product.
I’m telling you, a big pitcher of this Raspberry Peach Frosé is just what you need for your next BBQ, Pool Party, Girls Night, um…..Thursday? All you need to do is freeze the wine in a large, shallow dish (I used a 9×13 baking dish), make a batch of fruity simple syrup, have a blender and a freezer available, and before you know it you will be sipping on some Frozen Rosé and loving your life. You can thank me later.
Raspberry Peach Frosé (Frozen rosé) is just what you need for your next BBQ or Pool Party!
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Raspberry Peach Frosé (Frozen rosé)
- 1 750 ml bottle rosé I used La Granja rosé from Trader Joe's
- ½ cup sugar
- 4 ounces raspberries
- 4 ounces of white peaches pit removed and cut into chunks
- 2½ ounces fresh lemon juice
- Pour Rosé into a 9x13 baking dish and freeze until almost solid (due to the alcohol, it won't freeze all the way). Freeze for at least 6 hours, but you can do this up to a week ahead of time!
- To make the fruity simple syrup, add sugar and ½ cup water to a medium saucepan; bring to a boil. Stir the mixture until sugar dissolves, about 3 minutes. Add raspberries and peaches and give it a quick stir. Remove from heat, and let sit 30 minutes to infuse syrup. Strain into a container; cover and chill until cold, about 30 minutes.
- Scrape the frozen rosé out of the pan and into a blender. Add lemon juice, 3½ ounces raspberry peach syrup, and 1 cup of ice and blend. Transfer blender jar to freezer and freeze for 25–35 minutes more.
- Blend again until frosé is slushy and serve.
Adapted from Bon Appetit
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These look Delian! Any idea how it would taste if you left out the sugar?
Hi Amber, I haven’t tried it but I bet you could add some frozen fruit to the blender with the frozen wine. You might need to add some liquid if it is too thick ( I would add more unfrozen wine). I’m not sure about the taste since I haven’t tried it myself. Let me know how it turns out!
I think i love the name as much as i love the actual recipe!
Haha, thank you Mariana! I like the name too 🙂
Nicole @ Young, Broke and Hungry says
Oh man, it’s only 11:00 am but I’m craving a huge pitcher of this Raspberry Peach Frose.
I think it is maybe an acceptable afternoon drink 😉 thanks Nicole!
Lauren Gaskill says
I LOVE the idea of a “frose!” How clever and delicious!
Thank you so much sweets!
Beautiful pictures! And I can just imagine the flavor, raspberries and peaches make such a delicious combination.
Thanks so much Adina!!
Michelle @ Giraffes Can Bake says
I have never seen this before but I am soooooo glad you did, this looks incredible! Raspberry and Peach make for the perfect additions too! I cannot wait to try this!
Pinning and sharing!
Thank you so much Michelle! I hope you love it! <3
Kiran @ KiranTarun.com says
Looks so incredibly refreshing and way too pretty! Pinning 😀
Thank you so much Kiran! And thank you for pinnning!
Frozen rosé sangria? Yes please.
Right!?! Thank you so much Allyson!
Puja Darshan says
So colorful, yummy and easy recipe to make. Lovely sharing. 🙂
Thank you so much Puja, and thank you for sharing!
Jess @ Sweetest Menu says
Ok this drink just won the award for the prettiest drink ever!!! Gorgeous!
Thank you so much Jess!!
The color is this is amazing! And not to poo at Bon Appetit, but your mix of raspberries and peaches sounds way way better. I rarely buy rose, but this is totally an excuse to do so.
I am a new Rosé lover Annie, but I can not get enough of it these days! Thanks sweets!
Dawn @ Girl Heart Food says
Whoa…I love the combination you have going here with raspberries and peaches and the colour is just beautiful!! I just wanna reach out and grab a glass of this right now, but I think it’s a tad too early yet 🙂 Now, in a few hours and starting the long weekend? YES please! And whatever you call it, I’ll call it delicious 😉 Pinned! Have an awesome weekend, girl!
Thank you so much lady! I mean, if it’s the weekend I think we are allowed to start a little earlier, right?? 🙂
This looks so amazing! Frozen rose man, can you get any better?!
Thank you Katie!
jane @ littlesugarsnaps says
Meghan!!!! This is fantastic. Your photos are totally gorgeous and really show off the colour. They are a work of art. Also, white peaches and raspberries plus rosé – you have my little heart beater faster in anticipation. I can think of no better way to get gently intoxicated on a hot summers day. Mu vote goes to Frosé for exactly the reason you settled on it – in-keeping with it’s namesake.
Yayayay! Thank you Jane! <3
Alaina @ A Not So Quiet Kitchen says
This looks sooo good!! I love the color!! Not gonna lie, I definitely said frosé in my head a few times, cute name!!
Haha, thank you Alaina!!
Lynn | The Road to Honey says
You got that right sista’. Dreams really do come true when this beauty is around. I can’t stop staring (and dreaming about it). Btw. . .the photos are also so pretty.
Thank you so much Lynn!!
Whitney @ That Square Plate says
This looks amazing and beautiful!! Would be perfect on a hot summer day (like they’ve ALL been!)
Thank you so much Whitney! We need this to survive the summer!
This is stunning! It even looks like a beautiful, festive thirst-quencher!! Thanks for sharing this fun recipe~~???
Yay, thank you!
Megan @ Meg is Well says
I love the color and this is perfect for right now-the heat wave is killing me. Beautiful photos!
Thank you so much Megan! It is perfect for hot weather!
Marianne | Basil & Bubbly says
STOP THE PRESSES: your Trader Joe’s has la granja rosé???? We only have red and white from them! Love your spin on this new summer classic. Looks fabulous!
Yassss, and it is amazing! Look for it, it has a flamingo on the label! Thank you Marianne!