There's nothing like a wine slushie recipe to take the sting out of hot summer days. Peach Rose Slushies taste like summer in a refreshing frose recipe!
If you haven't had frosé it's a frozen rose wine! We've elevated it with fresh peaches for a boozy slushie you'll drink all summer long. Using sweet, ripe peaches and a dry rose wine whips up into a slushy consistency and doesn't need extra sweeteners. It's a great way to take a glass of wine to the next level and cool down in the process!
Frose is a great option on a lower calorie diet. Fresh fruit adds natural sweetness while keeping the calories lower.
What makes this skinny?
- No simple syrup or added sweeteners
- No extra liqueurs for flavor or sweetening
- Using a dry rose wine has less sugar and fewer calories
For those using WW Points this cocktail calculated at 5 points when selecting 'the recipe is a drink' and 4 points if calculating the ingredients directly.
Recipe ingredient notes
Fresh ripe peaches. Choose six medium peaches that are fully ripe and juicy. The ripeness of the peaches creates the peach flavor as well as determines how well they blend. Peel, remove the pit and cut peaches into wedges.
Rose wine. You'll need one 750ml bottle of dry rosé wine for this easy frosé recipe. I always recommend choosing a decent bottle of wine for wine slushies; it doesn't need to be super expensive but you'll feel it if you buy something really cheap. Use your favorite rosé wine and chill the wine before starting the recipe.
Ice. You'll use 2 cups of ice.
"Rose wine usually has a lower calorie count than its red and white wine counterparts. Rose wine can have anywhere between 83 and 147 calories per standard pour and 415-735 calories per 750ml bottle. Also Roses with pale pink hues are usually drier, so they contain fewer calories than the brighter blush wines." - Vino Vest
How to make it
Add all the ingredients to a high-powered blender. Blend until smooth. Serve immediately.
Note: if your blender is not very powerful or the pitcher is not large enough to hold all the ingredients, make the rose slushies in batches and combine in a pitcher to stir together before serving.
Using frozen peaches. You can substitute one 16-ounce bag of frozen peaches for 4 of the peaches and the ice. We recommend still using two fresh peaches. When using frozen peaches they do not have the same level of sweetness as a ripe fresh peach. You may need to add a sweetener like honey to get the rosé slushie to a desirable sweetness.
Adding other fruits. You can change the flavor of the frozen rosé by substituting some other fresh fruits for a portion of the peaches. Raspberries or fresh strawberries are great options. Sweet strawberries are the best way to add more sweetness.
Use Moscato wine. If you prefer a wine other than rose Moscato wine is a great choice. It's naturally sweet so gives the summer cocktails a great flavor without needing sweeteners. See our Mango Passion Fruit Wine Slushy recipe for an example.
Frozen drinks are not as sweet which makes using fully ripe peaches important for great flavor.
Start with chilled wine. This will keep the frosé cocktails slushy.
Using a dry wine. Dry wines are opposite of sweet wines in that they have less sugar and fewer calories. We use a dry rose for this recipe which helps keep the calories lower.