How to Make Frosé At Home | Refreshing Peachy Mango Frosé
It’s Friday! Although it’s dark and rainy this morning, I’m pretending it’s 85 degrees and sunny outside. These frosé photos bring me back to warmer days and sunny weekends at the pool. Only a few more months until we’re there. Last summer, I used my ice cream maker almost daily and sometimes twice daily. We came up with healthy homemade ice cream flavors each night, and then on the weekends, we’d make fruity frosé if we had people over. I have wanted to share this frosé recipe with you for a while, and I finally got around to doing so. It’s effortless, and the best part is that you can customize it. This refreshing at-home frosé recipe has minimal ingredients and always looks impressive!
When I was down in Miami, frosé was on the menu everywhere! I think it was the first time I tried it, and quickly fell in love. I’m a frozen drink lover! In Miami, the frosé drinks were almost $25 for the cup. Now, I can make 1 1/2 quarts for less than $15. Plus, making them at home means less sugar! When you order frozen drinks or frosé, places often add syrups and sugar to make them taste even better. Making them at home means you control what goes into them, and I like keeping things on the lighter side. I like when drinks taste more refreshing rather than overpowering and sweet. I wanted this recipe to have fruit and rosé ONLY. If you like your drinks to be on the sweeter or fruitier side, Walmart sells a rosé drink flavor (unfortunately, they only sell it in the summer, so stock up!) that you can add to the mixer. I used it the first time, and it did make them taste like the ones in Miami! For this at-home frosé recipe, I used five peaches, half a lemon, one mango, and almost a whole bottle of Ava Grace Vineyards Rosé. The amount of rosé depends on how big your ice cream maker is. Now, you can’t just add rosé to the ice cream maker and expect it to turn into a perfect frozen treat; the fruit is necessary to form the ice. Ava Grace is my favorite brand of rosé. I love that you can find it at most grocery stores! It also comes in a can, which is perfect for bringing to the pool.
I have made this frosé so many different ways. Some of my favorite frosé combos:
Strawberry Lemon Frosé
Raspberry Pineapple Frosé
-Garnish with Peach Rings
Honey Peach Frosé
-Topped with Bee Pollen
-Garnished with Lavendar. The process couldn’t be any more simple! Chop fruit, add to a blender with the rosé, pour into the ice cream maker, top with more rose, and let it churn for 30 minutes! The hardest part is waiting. I usually clean the kitchen, water the flowers, or do something to keep me from checking on the frosé every five minutes!
If you don’t have an ice cream maker, blend frozen fruit with the rose at a low speed. You won’t get the ice-like texture, but it will make a refreshing and delicious frozen drink. But whatever you do, don’t add ice. You don’t want watery cubes mixed with rosé. I LOVE using this ice cream maker. I think I already said that. I often get questions about it, and it’s one of my favorite appliances. It’s easy to clean, and we always keep the ice cream bowl in the freezer just in case we decide to make ice cream or frosé the last minute. I always keep the top covered to trap in the coolness. I’m not sure if it does anything, but I like to pretend that it helps. I decided to give the rims of the glasses a little extra pizzazz, so I dipped the edges in syrup (you can use honey!) and coated them with sugar crystals. I love presentation points. Look how delicious the frosé turns out. Since the ice cream maker stays cold for an hour, you can add a ton of straws to the bowl and bring it to the pool. Once you make it, you’ll want to keep trying new flavors. And if you’re wondering, yes, fruit and White Claw work in the ice cream maker, too. I made a mango White Claw drink in the ice cream maker last summer, which was delicious. I’ve even made fruit mixed with sparkling water, and it’s one of my favorite go-tos after gardening in the hot, humid sun. I’m telling you, invest in an ice cream maker! You won’t regret it. Watch the video to see how easy it is!
How to Make Frosé At-Home | Simply Taralynn
- Ice Cream Maker
- 750 ML Rosé one bottle or less
- 5 Medium Peaches
- 1 Large Mango
- 1/2 Medium Lemon
- Wash and chop all the fruit.
- Add the fruit to the blender with one cup of the rosé. Blendon medium speed until all the fruit is blended.
- Add the blended mixture to the ice cream maker. Pour in the remaining rose until you reach the maximum ice cream maker line.
- Let the Frosé rotate for about 30-minutes.
- Garnish & Enjoy!
I can’t wait to hear what flavors you come up with! Is anyone down for a blueberry frosé? hmmmLook how fun these are! I shared some photos of the frosé drinks I made last summer. Peach rings are a must! I hope you all enjoyed this recipe! I don’t share too many drink recipes, but I’d like to start! These recipes can easily be made into mocktails as well. Exchange the rose for sparkling water, sparkling grape juice, or even regular water with crystal light. Maybe I can try a frozen kombucha drink next!
Questions for you!
- Have you ever had a frosé?
- What flavor combo should I make next?
- ARE YOU READY FOR WARMER TEMPS
Love this Taralynn.
I’ve never had a frose but want to try this in the ice cream maker when the warmer temps hit here, for now I’m still guzzling tea several times a day!
We struggled with fresh mangoes just last week. I wasn’t 100% clear when they were ripe enough to cut and we couldnt get a very sharp kitchen knife through them even though theyd been in the fridge a week and felt pretty soft to the touch outside 🙁 Any advice?!
Thanks for posting about your 7 mile walk the other day. It helped me get up and do the same the other day. Will be happy to see you posting about your walks and enjoying those too– helps me get up off the couch and walk, even if its still indoors for now!
I think you’ll love these!
Summer will be here before you know it! 😊 Hope you’re staying warm!!!
I wish I was a mango expert but i usually just grab one that is a bit on the softer side!
These look SO amazing! I am definitely going to try to make this myself!
And this totally had me craving warmer temperatures! I’m in Arkansas and we got over 20 inches of snow this week so bring on the warmth and sunshine! 😉
THAT IS SO MUCH SNOW!
Charmaine Ng | Architecture & Lifestyle Blog says
This looks delicious! Thanks for the recipe! ❤️✨
Charmaine Ng | Architecture & Lifestyle Blog
Thanks, Charmaine! ♥️
SHAWNA TACY says
You would think living in Florida, I would have tried this before, and I am embarrassed to say I have not! Thank you for including instructions on how to make these without an icecream maker…I was so bummed as soon as I read that part since I do not have one, but am glad you included that they are still possible! They sound amazing.
On and those glasses are freaking adorable!
Yes you can totally make without one 😊 Hope you enjoy!!!
I have been waiting for this recipe since last summer. Thanks for sharing and I can’t wait to try.
Hope you enjoy 😊
What a gorgeous drink! Thanks so much for including how to make a mocktail version, I will definitely give that a try!
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😊 thank you!