Strawberry Frosé


Say hello to your new favorite summer cocktail! Strawberry Frosé, aka frozen rosé, made with 4 ingredients, no refined sugar and less than 200 calories per drink.

With the summer heat in full swing, I wanted to share one of my go-to cocktail recipes to cool off with… strawberry frosé, aka frozen rosé. If you like rosé and frozen drinks you will LOVE this little combo of the two. It’s cold, icy, refreshing and so fun to drink!

Two glasses with strawberry frosé. Each one has a strawberry on the rim.

I got the inspiration for this drink from a local Richmond spot, Kabana Rooftop. One sip and I wanted nothing but frosé for the rest of the summer (I’m on team #froséallday). I just knew I had to recreate the recipe for the blog!

Overhead shot with two glass of frosé.

Frosé Made Healthy

I’ll be the first to admit that I LOOVE frozen drinks, but I rarely order them because they’re usually made with mixes, filled with sugar and who knows what else. Well, not this one! This version has less than 200 calories per drink and is made with just 4 simple ingredients… frozen strawberries, Rosé and honey.

Frozen cocktails are super easy to make yourself… it’s like making a smoothie with a little alcohol instead of protein powder. 😉 Seriously though, whenever we go on a beach vacay I always make frozen drinks. I call them my concoctions. This skinny piña colada is another one of my faves and if you invite me on a beach vacay with you I’ll make you all the skinny piña coladas you could ever want.

Ingredients laid out for frose.

Ingredients Needed

  • Rosé – Any bottle will do!
  • Frozen strawberries – The frozen strawberries add flavor, texture and they keep they give the drink an extra hint of color.
  • Honey – I like to sweeten the frosé up with a tiny bit of honey. You can certainly skip the honey if you’d like, but it’s a small amount and I find it helps sweeten the drink perfectly.
  • ice – to give it that slushy texture. You may not need this if your rosé is chilled!
Blender with strawberry frosé.


I love this recipe because it’s so simple and can easily be customized. Here are some ideas:

  • Low-Sugar Frosé – this recipe has much less sugar than the frozen cocktails you’ll find at most restaurants, but if you’d like to reduce the sugar content you can easily skip the honey and use a low-sugar rose. Depending on the brand of rosé you get, it may have 21 to 72 calories of sugar per glass. For a low-sugar option I’ve tried this Wonderful Wine Co. Rosé and it was delicious and only has 0.15 grams of sugar per 5 oz glass.
  • Peach Frosé – swap the frozen strawberries for frozen peaches and you’ve got yourself a delicious peach cocktail. muddle a few slices of jalapeño pepper in the bottom of the glass before mixing the rest of the ingredients for a spicy kick.
  • Watermelon Frosé – if watermelon doesn’t scream summer I don’t know what does. To make watermelon frosé just cube up your watermelon and freeze 3 cups. Once the watermelon is frozen, make your cocktail as directed below.

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Strawberry Frosé

5 from 10 votes
Say hello to your new favorite summer cocktail! Strawberry Frosé, aka frozen rosé, made with 4 ingredients, no refined sugar and less than 200 calories per drink.
Two glasses with strawberry frosé. Each one has a strawberry on the rim.
Prep Time 10 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes
Servings 4


  • 1 750 ml bottle chilled rosé
  • 16 oz frozen strawberries, (3 cups)
  • 1-2 Tablespoons honey, to taste
  • 1 -2 cups ice cubes, if needed


  • Add chilled rosé and frozen strawberries into a high powered blender. Blend until smooth. Taste and add honey and ice, if needed.
  • Pour into glasses and enjoy!



  • Low-sugar option – Skip the honey and use a low-sugar rose. For a low-sugar option I’ve tried this Wonderful Wine Co. Rosé and it was delicious and only has 0.15 grams of sugar per 5 oz glass.


Serving: 1/4 of recipe Calories: 194kcal Carbohydrates: 15g Protein: 1g Sodium: 10mg Potassium: 178mg Fiber: 2g Sugar: 12g
Course: Cocktail
Cuisine: American
Keyword: frose


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    1. Greyson
      July 24, 2021 AT 2:56 pm

      5 stars
      To make this vegan I used the Rosé All Day line and agave nectar! YUM!

      1. Brittany Mullins
        August 2, 2021 AT 12:23 pm

        Love that, Greyson!!

    2. David Hunsaker
      July 4, 2021 AT 1:59 pm

      5 stars
      Made this for Independence Day and it’s a hit! Thank you!

      1. Brittany Mullins
        July 5, 2021 AT 11:07 am

        Ah yay! So glad this frosé was a hit, David! Thanks for the review and star rating. I really appreciate it!

    3. Brooke
      June 7, 2017 AT 1:25 pm

      Cannot wait to try this!

      1. Brittany Mullins
        June 8, 2017 AT 10:15 am

        Yay!! You’ll have to let me know what you think once you do! 🙂

    4. Baby Kato
      October 31, 2016 AT 12:46 pm

      4 stars
      What a great drink. It was lovely, quick and easy to make with excellent results. I used a Pink Zinfadel, it was delicious in this drink. Made for Think Pink 2016… Breast Cancer Awareness Tag Game

      1. Brittany Mullins
        October 31, 2016 AT 3:51 pm

        I’m so glad you liked it. And what a fun idea for Think Pink!!

    5. Lizza Dsouza
      August 23, 2016 AT 6:16 am

      5 stars
      Mouth-watering recipe out of strawberry, to enjoy in summer… thank you so much for sharing this delicious drink!!!

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