Strawberry Rosé Slush

$2.76 each
by Beth - Budget Bytes
5 from 7 votes
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It’s hot outside, y’all. I don’t know what you have planned for the weekend, but it should definitely include sipping a Strawberry Rosé Slush, preferably poolside. I don’t have a pool, but sipping one of these while sitting on my porch is enough to help me imagine myself poolside. So yes, that’s how I will be spending the weekend.

Front view of a short glass of Strawberry Rosé Slush with a fresh strawberry garnish and a pink striped paper straw

Can I Use a Different Type of Wine?

Rosé is an awesome light and refreshing wine that is just perfect for summer, but I’ve seen similar drinks using red wine and dark berries, or peaches and champaign or reisling. So yes, there is room to improvise here, but try to match your wine to your fruit. Light fruit with light wines, dark fruit with dark wines.

Do I Need an Expensive Blender?

You really don’t need a fancy-shmancy blender to make this work. My little single-serving blender was less than $15 dollars and does quite well with frozen fruit, which is quite a bit softer than ice. I did add a couple ice cubes at the end to make it extra thick, and they broke down well enough.

Can I Skip the Sugar?

A little sugar goes a long way in this drink to balance the acidity of the berries and the wine. Powdered sugar is the sweetener of choice here because it’s the easiest to dissolve in super cold liquids. Second best would probably be honey, but be aware that it is much more dense than the super light and fluffy powdered sugar, so you’ll likely need much less. Start with a teaspoon and then add more to your liking.

How Many Strawberry Rosé Slushes Does This Make?

The ingredient amounts listed below are estimates and will vary with the size of the fruit, your blender, and drink size. The amounts listed below made approximately 1.75 cups, which is either one really large drink (go big or go home, right?) or two smaller drinks (Okay, fine, this is probably a more realistic size for me).

Strawberry Rosé Slush is the perfect refreshing frozen summer drink.
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Strawberry Rosé Slush

5 from 7 votes
This Strawberry Rosé Slush is a fast and inexpensive frozen drink to enjoy this summer. No fancy blender or liquors required! 
Servings 1
Prep 5 minutes
Total 5 minutes


  • 1/4 lb frozen strawberries (unsweetened) ($0.50)
  • 1 cup Rosé ($2.24)
  • 1 Tbsp powdered sugar ($0.02)


  • Add the frozen strawberries, powdered sugar, and rosé to a blender. Blend until the drink is thick and smooth.
  • If the drink is too thick to blend properly, add a splash more of rosé. If the drink is too thin, add a couple extra frozen strawberries or a few ice cubes and blend again.

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Serving: 1ServingCalories: 251.3kcalCarbohydrates: 22.3gProtein: 1.1gFat: 0.1gSodium: 13.5mgFiber: 1.2g
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How to Make A Rosé Slush – Step by Step Photos

A bag of Frozen Strawberries

Whole Foods is actually a great place to get frozen fruit. They had this one pound bag of frozen strawberries for only $1.99. Score! I used 1/4 of the bag for the drink (again, that’s either one super large drink or two smaller drinks).

Powdered Sugar and strawberries in the blender

Frozen strawberries can be kind of tart, so I also added some powdered sugar. Regular white sugar can be difficult to dissolve into cold drinks, so powdered works best. I used 1 Tbsp, which seems like a lot, but powdered sugar is not very dense. Plus, with frozen drinks, you need to sweeten a little more than usual since the cold can dull your taste buds.

Dark Horse Rosé bottle

This bottle of rosé was only $6.99. I’ll be honest, no thought went into choosing this bottle other than the price. Since the drink is going to be frozen (again, dulled taste buds) and mixed with strawberries and sugar, you don’t need to be SUPER picky about the wine. So, grab a cheap bottle and go. :)

Rosé being poured into the blender

Pour in about 1 cup of the rosé.

Strawberries and Rosé in the blender, from the side

A lot of times when I’m making frozen drinks I don’t even measure. I just add my frozen fruit, then fill with a liquid just slightly above the line of the fruit (in this case the strawberries floated). After I begin to blend, if the mixture is too thick I’ll add a splash more liquid or if it’s too thin, I add a few ice cubes. The same goes for these Strawberry Rosé Slushes. Add a few ice cubes if it’s too thin or a splash more rosé if it’s too thick.

Blended Strawberry Rosé Slush in the blender

And just blend until smooth. Again, I’m using this super cheap single-serving sized blender from Hamilton Beach. This is actually the second or third one I’ve owned over the past ten years because they’re quite a work horse and very inexpensive. I also use it for things like making salad dressings. :P

Finished Strawberry Rosé Slush in a glass, from above

Then just pour it into a glass and enjoy! Having a cute straw kind of helps. :) I got these at Target.

Side view of a Strawberry Rosé Slush with a pink paper straw and fresh strawberry on the rim.


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  1. Re: non-alcoholic versions, I have found that a bit of applesauce mixed in with frozen strawberries really helps to create a daiquiri-like consistency.

  2. What could
    I sub for the rose to make it non alcoholic for kids? Apple juice? Another fruit juice? Water?

  3. I actually got a free blender when I was searching online to buy one for this recipe. This is my go to after a long day. Also found that simply lemonade blueberry makes a great non-alcoholic substitute.

  4. Would it be a bit much to put some vanilla extract in this? I have a ton that I need to use and this seems like a good application for it. Maybe like 1/2 or 1 tsp?

  5. Just tried this recipe now, before guests arrive. Used Beringer’s white zinfindal (it’s actually pink) and a splash of fresh lime. Garnished with mint. Wonderful!