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Frosé Recipes to Take Your Day-Drinking Game to the Next Level

Raspberry Frosé Popsicles

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If you haven't already tried tipsy popsicles, you're way overdue for this genius summertime treat. These raspberry frosé pops are the perfect complement to whatever weekend plans you have. (Next up: Turn happy hour into dessert with these wine popsicle recipes.)

Get the recipe: Raspberry Frosé Popsicles

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Strawberry Peach Frosé

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This frosé recipe calls for strawberries and peaches, but you could use whatever frozen fruits you have on hand. It only takes four ingredients and five minutes, so you can easily blend it up on any lazy summer evening.

Get the recipe: Strawberry Peach Frosé

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Frosé with Rose Water and Pink Peppercorns

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Fancy-up up your plain frosé with this rosewater version of the popular frozen drink. Bubblegum-pink chunks of frosé are topped with pink peppercorns—which are still peppery but not as strong as the black variety.

Get the recipe: Frosé with Rose Water and Pink Peppercorns

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Strawberry Rosé Popsicle Punch

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If you want your get-together to end up on every IG story, simply serve these strawberry pops with wine poured over the top. Your guests will get a kick out of the fun twist on rosé—and thanks to a short ingredient list for the popsicles—just frozen strawberries, lemon juice, and some Stevia In The Raw for the right amount of sweetness—there's less time preparing and more time sipping.

Get the recipe: Strawberry Rosé Popsicle Punch

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Rhubarb Rosewater Frosé

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Prefer something sweeter? For this recipe, frosé and a rhubarb rosewater simple syrup are blended together into a smooth, chilled drink. And hurry up and get your fill of rhubarb while you still can. This seasonal veggie is surprisingly versatile, as proven in these creative rhubarb recipes.

Get the recipe: Rhubarb Rosewater Frosé

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Rosé Granita with Vanilla Bean Ice Cream

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If you think frosé can't get any better, try adding a dollop of ice cream. For this recipe, vanilla bean ice cream imparts rich creaminess to a coarse rosé granita. (Also try these savory granita recipes to cool down for summer.)

Get the recipe: Rosé Granita with Vanilla Bean Ice Cream

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Cherry Watermelon Frosé

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Frosé doesn't have to be light pink. Cherries give this drink a deep color and up the vitamin C and fiber content.

Get the recipe: Cherry Watermelon Frosé

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Rosé Sorbet

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If you want frosé that's scoopable, not slurpable, follow this recipe for rosé sorbet. It's a simple recipe that allows the wine's flavor to really stand out. (Bonus: Get some more mouthwatering sorbet recipes.)

Get the recipe: Rosé Sorbet

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Frozen Watermelon Rosé Sangria Slushies

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Frosé meets sangria in this slushy cocktail. For this recipe, you just throw all ingredients into a blender, so there's no need to think ahead or freeze your rosé.

Get the recipe: Frozen Watermelon Rosé Sangria Slushies

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Friday Frosé Float

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This rosé on rosé float could make you forget what you ever saw in the root beer variety. A scoop of rosé sorbet is suspended in chilled rosé. Serve this and you'll be remembered as the epic summer party host. (You should also try this float with red wine and ice cream. Just saying.)

Get the recipe: Friday Frosé Float

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