As you may have read, I decided to try out a frosè recipe while away for the Fourth of July!
In my first post, I wrote that I’d be swapping out strawberries for raspberries – which, unfortunately, I did not do. The grocery store I went by only had frozen strawberries, and in a time crunch, I just went with that.
Overall, I’d say dial back on the frozen fruit and increase the ice to make it truly a blended, delicious, frozen bev. It was really easy to make, and definitely a crowd pleaser.
It’s one of those sneaky drinks though where if you just make it to taste and not measure, the Tito’s will sneak up on you and all of a sudden you’ll be leading the family in a tragic effort to learn the floss.
We garnished ours with a slice of lemon, and made sure to include some lemon juice. It remained an adorable pink drink – so definitely encouraged for any event with this color scheme.
You can see the small cup in the corner looking more like a regular drink than a frozen adventure – so we went back to the blending board and added ice.
We also made a round just with the rosè and skipped the vodka. These tasted essentially the same, but reduced the number of failed dance attempts.
Overall, I’ll definitely be making this recipe again! I might experiment with raspberries instead of strawberries, but overall this is a solid recipe!
*this post is for 21 years of age and over!