Watermelon Frose

A Frozen Watermelon and Rose Sorbet
A Frozen Watermelon and Rose Sorbet
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For the frose:
1 bottle Rose Wine 750 ml
6 cups Watermelon cubes, seedless
For the syrup:
½ cup Sugar
½ cup Water

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Watermelon Frose


This summer you just have to try this Watermelon Frose recipe. A chilled, frozen watermelon and rose ensemble in a sorbet-like texture that is packed with sweetness and throws in a good punch too!

Using alcoholic rose wine with fresh watermelon cubes that have both been previously frozen, just blend them together and sweeten with an extremely easy syrup recipe and your summer just got so much better!

To make Watermelon Frose, you will need the following ingredients:

Ingridiens for Watermelon Frose

So, how to make Watermelon Frose?

Steps to make Watermelon Frose


Freeze rose wine


Pour rose wine into ice cube trays and freeze for at least 6 hours until icy and slushy.


Freeze watermelon


Chop watermelon into small cubes and freeze on a parchment paper-lined sheet pan for at least 4 hours until firm and frozen. Once the wine and watermelon cubes have frozen, they can be kept frozen in a plastic bag, for up to a month.


Prepare syrup


Over a stove top or in a microwave, heat the water and sugar, stirring continuously, until the sugar has dissolved completely.


Prepare frose


In a blender, blend the frozen wine and frozen watermelon until smooth. (You may need to let them defrost slightly before blending). Add the syrup, tasting bit by bit. Depending on your preference will decide how much syrup to use.



Serve chilled and enjoy!

Make your summer smoothies more exciting with this alcoholic Watermelon Frose. Just like a watermelon slush with a touch of rose wine, this drink is guaranteed to get the party started among all your friends! Tag #cookmerecipes in your summer party posts.

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Total Reviews: 9
Krystal Welk

This is better than the chopped up ice they serve to the kids during the summer.

Luisa Maracle

Watermelon frose is the first thing i'll be making when the sun hits Lithuania!!

Kamilah Dunwell

Amazingly flavorful i'm addicted to this and i don't even care about the time it took i'm totally making more!!

Beatrix Nanez

Better than anything I could've thought of 5 stars from me thx for sharin.

Samira Weener

I served this with strawberry syrup on the top its a HUGE crowd pleaser my family was basically drooling over how delicious it was haha.

Haleigh Vellanki

Takes too long to make I actually think making smoothies is faster or even the ruby redbird shady which is just as refreshing.

Micaela Vonkaenel

Perfect for the hot weather and sitting on your porch enjoying the view if you live on a beach like me :)

Drew Tift

Rose wine and watermelon..it already soudns refreshing can't wait till it's done mine is sitting in the freezer as I type this.


It's amazing and refreshing smoothie!

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