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What is Non-Alcoholic Frosé?
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.
- Lemon juice. 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
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- 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
- 1 cup strawberries
- juice of 1 lemon
- 1/3 cup 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!
Nutrition information is automatically calculated, so should only be used as an approximation.