This delicious Peach Frosé only takes 3 ingredients to make and is the perfect summer cocktail! Frozen fresh peaches and your favorite rosé will be your new favorite adult slushie!
My obsession with peaches in the summer is REAL! There is nothing like biting into a fresh peach from the farmer's markets and having the juices dribble down your chin. That my friends IS summer. And I want to soak in it.
If there is anything more summer it may be Frosé. I mean what else is better on a hot summer day than and an ice-cold adult beverage on the back porch?!
Peach Frosé is only made with 3 ingredients making it so simple! Use your favorite rosé and control the sweetness level to your desired amount.
Bless you summer and all things fresh and Frosé! ??
First, What is Frosé?
Frosé is just combining the words frozen and rosé.
A typical frosé is a slightly sweet cocktail that is a slushie like consistency and made from rosé that has been frozen (making it like a slushie). Mixing it with other frozen fruits, ice, and other sweeteners if desired.
Ingredients Needed for Peach Frosé
- 8 Ripe Peaches - RIPE peaches are key! If your peaches aren't ripe then this frosé will turn out very bitter.
- 1 Bottle of Your Favorite Rosé - a peach forward rose would be the best if you like it!
- 1 Cup Sugar
- 1 Cup Water
How to Make Peach Frosé
First we need to make simple syrup.
The good thing about this is your can control the sweetness level to your desire.
I do not like sweet cocktails, so I will only use about a tablespoon or so for the whole batch. Just to round out the flavors and cut the tartness.
But if you like a sweeter cocktail then add as much as you desire! Start with 2 tablespoons and taste once blended and add more if needed. You can always add more but never take away!
How to Make Simple Syrup
- To a large saucepan add in the sugar and water. Turn to medium-high heat and bring to a low boil.
- Once at a low boil, turn to medium-low and cook for 10 minutes until the syrup has reduced and sugar is dissolved.
- Pour into a mason jar and let come to room temp before using it in this recipe.
First is needed to freeze the rosé and the peaches.
- Pour a bottle of rosé into a large Tupperware container. Place the lid on and place in the freezer for 24 hours to freeze.
- Dice ripe peaches into small cubes and place them in a gallon freezer-safe zip-top bag or Tupperware and place them in the freezer for 24 hours to freeze.
- Once the rosé and peaches are fully frozen, take out of the freezer.
- Using a spoon or fork, gently scrape the rosé. It will make a nice slushie/icy mixture. Place in a large blender along with the frozen peaches.
- Add your desired amount of simple syrup for sweetness. You can always taste and add more, so start out with 1-2 tablespoons and add more you want it to be sweeter.
- Blend on high for 60 seconds or until a thick smoothie-like consistency.
- Pour into wine glasses and serve with fresh mint and enjoy!
Best Rosé for Frosé
The best part of this recipe is you can use any rosé you like!
Just make sure you like to drink the rosé by itself. If you don't chances are that you won't like this peach frosé.
Oree Des Roses and Bertrand Cote Des Roses Rose are great options of rosés!
If you can find one with peach forward notes then even better!
What if My Peaches Aren't Ripe Yet?
Ripe peaches are the best to use for this recipe. If they aren't ripe, that will make your frosé kinda bitter tasting.
A good trick to quicken up the ripening process of peaches is to stick them in a paper bag for a day or two. This will help speed up the process to use in the frosé.
Can I Make Frosé Ahead of Time or Freeze Leftovers?
How to Make Ahead or Freeze Leftovers:
- To Make Ahead: Make recipe as directed. Place in a large pitcher and wrap tightly with plastic wrap 3 times to make airtight. Store in the freezer for up to a month. To serve, place back in a blender and blend on high for 60 seconds to make into a slushie consistency again and serve with fresh mint.
- To Store Leftovers: Place in a large pitcher and wrap tightly with plastic wrap 3 times to make airtight. Store in the freezer for up to a month. To serve, place back in a blender and blend on high for 60 seconds to make into a slushie consistency again and serve with fresh mint.
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