This Lavender Frozen Rosé Recipe Will Make Your Friends Like You Even More

lavender frozen rosé
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Not going to lie, taste testing this Lavender Frosé recipe at 9am on a Monday morning was one of the funnier perks of my job. That was until I realized “taste testing” was followed by 2 major meetings… Oops! Those are the times I like to consider eating & drinking “research” for my job. Anyway, you must make this recipe before the end of summer as it’s the refreshing, tasty, & adorable pink drink. This, essentially, grown up snow-cone is infused with lavender extract (you can use a lavender syrup too!) & looks just as good as it tastes. The best part, aside from drinking it (duh), is it takes only 5 minutes to prep & then you can throw it in the freezer during the day & it’s ready to be served that night! Minimal prep work for a boozy, pretty drink? I think I made my own dreams come true!

If you're under 21 or not looking for a boozy option, you can easily replace the rosé with another rose flavored drink or sparkling drink of your preference. If you're not a rose or rosé flavored person (does that person even exist?!) you can opt for a watermelon lemonade slushy that is also beyond delicious! Actually, you should probably just make both because they're two of the most delicious drinks ever! Both options are perfect for summer parties & would be ideal for any upcoming Labor Day parties you might be attending. You'll instantly be the favorite at any party if you bring these drinks!

Ingredients

  • 1 bottle Rosé
  • 2 tsp lavender extract
  • ¼ cup sugar
  • 2 cups water

Instructions

  1. In large pitcher, stir to combine all ingredients. Pour into large dish & freeze for 12 hours. Scoop, serve, & enjoy!

Supplies
large pitcher
mixing spoon
large dish
ice cream scooper

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Caitlin is the founder of Chicago based lifestyle web publication Public Lives, Secret Recipes which specializes in recipe development, DIY tutorials, fashion posts, & much more. Be sure to follow PLSR on InstagramTwitterFacebook, & Pinterest!

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