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This is the best Non-Alcoholic Frosé that’s slushy, sweet, and perfect for summer. It’s a three-ingredient cocktail that everyone can sip on and relax with.
This recipe for virgin frosé is a very realistic, super refreshing summertime mocktail. It’s easy to make, with only 3 ingredients and it’s perfect for entertaining too.
What is Non-Alcoholic Frosé?
This recipe has everything you love about the flavor of conventional frosé, without the wine. In fact, the texture is even better. Regular rosé will not freeze all the way through because of its alcohol content. Here, since we’re using a non-alcoholic alternative, your drink will freeze solid and stay cold longer.
Ingredients for Frosé
Here’s what you need to make this refreshing mocktail:
Non-alcoholic rosé. I found a delicious sparkling variety to use for this recipe.
Strawberries. You can use fresh or frozen berries. But frozen will work better if you’re not making ice cubes with the rosé.
Lemonjuice. Use fresh lemon juice to brighten up this drink.
Sweetener. You can sweeten this drink with agave, maple syrup or another liquid sweetener.
How to Make Virgin Frosé
There are a few ways to make this non-alcoholic frozen rosé. You can either make non-alcoholic rosé ice cubes by freezing virgin rosé in an ice cream mold and then blending them into a slush. Or simply blend the non-alcoholic rose in its liquid state with frozen strawberries and a handful of ice.
Either way, this is such an easy drink to make and you can also experiment with other berries and fruit.
1 bottle/25 oz non-alcoholic rosé (I used this sparkling variety, the carbonation disappears after freezing, but it’s truly the best tasting NA rosé so I chose to use it)
juice of 1 lemon
1/3cup agave, maple syrup or other liquid sweetener of choice (more to taste)
Start by freezing your rosé and reserve 1 cup for later. I used a small ice cube tray to make rosé ice cubes. Keep in mind that because the alcohol is removed, it will freeze completely solid, unlike traditional rosé.
Once frozen, add your rosé ice cubes, fresh strawberries, lemon juice and sweetener to a high speed blender along with the 1 cup of reserved rosé. Blend until slushy-like in texture and adjust sweetener to taste. Enjoy immediately!
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