Frosé All Day

July 27, 2017
How to make watermelon frose recipe for summer by To Vogue or Bust

How to make watermelon frose recipe for summer by To Vogue or BustI don’t know about you, but frosé has become the go-to drink of choice for my friends and I all this summer. Whether it’s at my cabin or on my rooftop, we’ve been toasting away to what has honestly been one of my favourite summers so far again and again—it’s not quite as easy as unscrewing a cap or cork, but easy enough to be an easy drink to make on repeat and so worth the little effort it takes to create this seriously impressive cocktail!

Recipe for how to make frose by To Vogue or BustOkay, first things first—take your rosé du jour (I’ve been loving Chateau Souverain’s) and pour it into about 2 ice cube trays (make sure the cubes are shallow enough that it will freeze the whole way through!). Give it about 3-4 hours to freeze though depending on your freezer, you might be able to get away with 2!

How to make watermelon frose by To Vogue or BustHow to make frose cocktails by To Vogue or Bust Once the rosé has been frozen, add to your blender the juice of 2 limes and either frozen strawberries or to replicate this cocktail, watermelon! If you opt for the watermelon, you can even use the watermelon as a vessel—seriously worth it for a fun party centrepiece!

Best watermelon frose cocktail recipe by To Vogue or BustNow this is when you have to move fast! Crack the frozen rosé cubes out of the tray and blend it up!! As soon as it’s blended, put the whole blender back in the freezer to let it firm up a touch for about 5 minutes or so then time to serve up! Pour or spoon out the frosé into your glasses and then toast with friends!

Best frose recipe by To Vogue or BustI have the full recipe below that you can pin to keep on hand for later! Happy almost-weekend lovelies!

How to make frose by To Vogue or Bust

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  • Reply Faith July 27, 2017 at 7:30 am

    Yum, looks and sounds good! Thanks for the recipe.

  • Reply Ewa Macherowska July 27, 2017 at 8:21 am

    Looks great!

  • Reply Caitlin July 27, 2017 at 12:27 pm

    So fun – can’t wait to try it! Thanks for the recipe!
    xo, Caitlin

  • Reply Megan at Lush to Blush July 27, 2017 at 5:34 pm

    Yummm! This sounds so delish and looks so cute! Love it.

  • Reply National Jewel Creations August 1, 2017 at 12:02 pm

    Cant wait to try it out

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