Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Ice Cream Maker Frozé

Yes, I know fall is upon us - but trust me - you're going to want to bookmark this recipe for next summer.  It's ah.mazing.

I recently saw that you can use your ice cream maker to make cocktails, which was quite frankly an epiphany in my mind.  Why you ask?  Because frozé is absolutely one of my favorite things about summer, and I hate making it in a blender (it's always a mess).  AND, this is a two ingredient recipe, which means it is easy!  Victory!

I'm using Rosé Aurore Côté Mas, a beautifully crisp, mineral forward rosé from Provence, which is delicious on its own, but also makes a mean Frozé.  I highly recommend this gorgeous rosé, and it comes in a one liter format, which means there are two extra glasses in each bottle!  

I could wax on and on about how much I love this Frozé recipe, but instead I'm going to get to the point and give you the recipe:

Ice Cream Maker Frozé

1 One Liter Bottle of Rosé Aurore Côté Mas
1 Can Grapefruit Soda

Add the entire bottle of rosé and the grapefruit soda to your ice cream maker.  Turn on and let run for approximately 60 minutes until frozen.  Serve and garnish with fresh fruit.  

Pro Tip: Freeze the cylinder overnight to ensure that it is sufficiently chilled for Frozé preparations.  

Finally, a Frozétastic video for your viewing pleasure:

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