Rosé Wine Slush Recipe

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It’s time to kick back and toast the weekend! The final recipe in our #SipsForSummer series comes from the bar cart of our very own editorial director, Caitlin. (In case you’re just tuning in to this five-part collaboration: Erin Hiemstra of Apartment 34 made a Slushy Coconut-Mint Margarita, Ashley Rose of Sugar & Cloth mixed up a Spicy Paloma cocktail, the team at SMP Living spilled the details on a Salted Watermelon Slush and Camille Styles shared her Honeydew Ginger Crush.) Caitlin is wrapping up the series today with her irresistible Rosé Wine Slush!

“As a way of celebrating these last few days of summer, I decided to turn my drink of choice—a refreshing glass of chilled rosé—into a fruity slush! This recipe doesn’t contain any added sugar, but the strawberries sweeten it naturally. (Feel free to add a dash of simple syrup if you prefer your drinks to be on the sweeter side!).”  

Don’t forget to tag @glitterguide on Twitter and Instagram with the hashtag #SipsForSummer once you’ve whipped up this drink (or any other creative concoction!).

Photography and styling by Caitlin Kruse

Rosé Wine Slush 
Serves two
– 1 cup rosé
– 1 cup frozen strawberries
– Juice of half a lime
– Ice

Combine all ingredients in a blender; blend until strawberries and ice are fully incorporated. Pour mixture into ice cube trays and freeze overnight. Place frozen rosé cubes in blender, add a splash of rosé and gently pulse until you’ve achieved a slushy consistency.

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Author: Caitlin Kruse

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