You’ve Got To Try This Mixed Berry Frozé

Who doesn’t love a good boozey slushy drink?

I definitely do and I always prefer it be frozé. If you haven’t heard of frozé yet, I’ll assume you’ve been living under a rock. Frozé is simply frozen rose. To make it a delicious cocktail some extras are added in. I created this recipe for Aaron Hutcherson from The Hungry Hutch. You may remember him from the super tasty shrimp scampi recipe he made for me! You can check out my recipe below and on The Hungry Hutch!

What I love about this recipe is how versatile it is. I used mixed berry sorbet but you can use sherbet, ice cream, gelato – anything with a berry flavor. Strawberry and watermelon flavors work the best but as you can see from my recipe, stepping outside the box and trying mixed berry worked amazingly. 

You can watch how to make my Mixed Berry Frozé in the video below. I’ve also added the actual recipe just below that. Make sure you  pin this recipe for the future! Enjoy the warmer weather and the upcoming Memorial Day! Cheers, friends!


Chel's Mixed Berry Frozé
A new take on the classic frozé
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  1. ½ Bottle of Rosé
  2. ½ Pint of mixed berry sorbet
  3. 1 oz. of vodka
  4. 1 oz. of Grenadine
  1. Fill an ice cube tray with rosé. Let freeze for at least 8 hours. They will not fully harden due to the alcohol.
  2. Add rosé cubes, sorbet, vodka and Grenadine to a blender.
  3. Blend until combined.
  4. Garnish with fresh fruit
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    1. You can totally make a booze-free version! Just take out the rosé and vodka and add normal ice cubes! would be equally refreshing!