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Wine slushies recipe

Wine slushies recipe

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Wine is combined with sugar and lime juice in an ice cream maker, creating boozy wine slushies for summertime barbeques.

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IngredientsServes: 8

  • 1 (750 ml) bottle sweet wine (such as Riesling)
  • 120ml water
  • 100g caster sugar
  • 1/2 lime, juiced

MethodPrep:10min ›Extra time:30min freezing › Ready in:40min

  1. Combine wine, water, sugar and lime juice together in a bowl until sugar is dissolved; transfer to an ice cream maker. Follow manufacturers' instructions for ice cream.

Cook's Note:

Add more or less sugar depending on how sweet your white wine is. Give the mixture a taste before putting it into the ice cream maker to ensure the right sweetness. You can add more water if mixture is too sweet.

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by foodelicious

I never would have thought of using my ice cream machine to make a party-size batch of grown-up slushies. I made sure everything was really cold before I put it in the ice cream machine, and I cut back on the sugar just a bit. Really love this idea and I'm definitely doing it again. (I only wish my machine weren't so noisy!) Ah well, a little slushie soothes ragged nerves, right?-09 Jul 2015

by sonjagroset

These are great - super easy and refreshing. I made sure I chilled all the ingredients really well. They took about 20 minutes to churn into a slush texture. Some people thought it was too sweet, so you could maybe use a less sweet wine and maybe less sugar.-23 Apr 2015


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Four Easy Ways To Make Wine Slushies - With Recipes


Wine slushies made three ways:
On the far right is a tart red wine slushy made with a local red wine and simple syrup, blended, and froze frozen. In the middle is a peach wine, mixed with frozen peaches and a cup of rum, blended, and froze. (I'd knock the rum down to half a cup next time, this one is a bit strong. ) and on the far right is red cat wine, poured into a flat container and sat in the freezer overnight. This morning I pulled a fork through it to "stir" it into a slush.
  1. Use Powdered Wine Slushy Mix (so easy to make your own!)
  2. Mix wine and fruit in a blender, freeze into ice cube trays, blend the wine ice to make your slushy
  3. Freeze wine in a loaf pan, once frozen, scrape with a fork to make it slushy
  4. Blend wine with frozen juice concentrate and ice cubes

  • Boones Farm, Arbor Mist, Red Cat - cheap, fruity wines work best. "Sangria" type wines tend to work really well.
  • Avoid wines with higher tannin content.
  • Those super expensive "wine slushy" mixes are sugar, citric acid, and fruit powder blended together until fine. They sometimes add beet root or cranberry powder for color, and matcha for no discernible reason (possibly to help justify the cost of back of blended sugar).
  • Try adding half a cup of rum, or some ginger ale, for variation.
  • I have a ninja, a blender, a food processor, and a slushy machine. My regular old Kitchenaid Blender does the best job of crushing ice into slushy consistency.

Blend, Freeze for 4-6 hours

Berry Slushy With Ice

Frozen Berries
Chardonnay, Moscato, Riesling, Prosecco or Rose
a handful of Ice
Bled Berries and wine together, remove half, then add ice and blend until smooth

Moscato Peach Wine Slushies
1 bottle moscato
2 cups frozen peaches
1/2 cup powdered sugar
Blend the peaches & sugar with roughly 1/2 cup of moscato, until smooth. Add the rest of the wine, blend together.
Quickly pour mixture into ice cube trays, stirring again if needed to keep peaches from settling to the bottom of the blender.
Once frozen, toss the wine/peach cubes into the blender and blend until slushie consistancy
1 Cup Of Ice
Half a bottle (750 millileter) of of wine (redcat)
1 12 ounce can of frozen concentrated fruit punch
1/4 cup powdered sugar
Blend, freeze for 4-6 hours

Just Freeze the Wine
Freeze wine in ice cube trays. Blend once frozen.
Or - Freeze in a loaf pan, then scrape a fork across the top of the frozen wine to make into a slushy.

Using Fruit & Ginger Ale
24 ounces Frozen Fruit Mix
750ml wine
2 cups ginger ale
2 T sugar (optional)

Pina Colada
3 cups frozen pineapple
half a cup sweetened coconut mix
1 cup white rum


Red Wine Slushies

If you follow me on Facebook or Instagram, you know I am a wine lover. There are few pleasures that I enjoy more than sitting down to relax with a glass of wine in the evening. On a free weekend, you will most definitely find us at one of the local vineyards with a picnic.

Some days, though, even a glass of crisp white wine is just not enough to cool me down. After visiting a local place that served Red Wine Slushies , I knew I had to learn to make them at home for those super hot days.

Now, before the wine aficionados start shaking their head and liking this to throwing ice cubes in wine, I want to make it clear that this should really be view more as a cocktail than like a glass of wine.

Heck, even drink it something other than a wine glass if you are worried about the backlash from fellow wine lovers. But, you will definitely want to try it…I promise!

Now, these Red Wine Slushies are geared to those folks who just don’t do sweet drinks. Sure, this is going to be sweeter than a glass of red wine but it definitely isn’t sweet like a Moscato or Riesling. My favorite version was when I used Cabernet Sauvignon.

I totally understand that some of the prices on Cab Sauv can be high and you wouldn’t want to “waste” a bottle on a slushie so feel free to substitute with a similar but lower priced wine.

Doesn’t that look so refreshing?! I keep a bag of the red in my freezer now for when the temperature is topping out close to 100 and I want a cool drink while relaxing on the deck.


Berry Wine Slushies

Slushies are always fun and they're even better when you add wine. Boozy slushies are a delicious frozen treat that you can make in advance or mix up at a moment's notice. This recipe is simple and designed to be customizable. Use any style of wine you have on hand and a mix of fresh or frozen berries or switch to another blendable fruit. You can change the consistency so it's as smooth or icy as you like, too. Experiment and see where your wine slushie adventure takes you.

The recipe begins by freezing wine in ice cube trays. The wine cubes make it easy to enjoy a wine slushie anytime and are an excellent way to use up a bottle of wine before it goes stale. The standard 750-milliliter wine bottle has just over 3 cups 2 cups of wine will fill one average ice cube tray, enough for a few slushies.

Red wines are excellent with a mix of blackberries, raspberries, and strawberries. It's a good mix for white wines as well, but you may want to eliminate the blackberries or switch to blueberries. Sparkling wines and rosés are fabulous with strawberries raspberries are another good addition.

The honey is a nice natural sweetener, especially with a dry wine. When making slushies with sweet wine, you might want to skip it.


14 Wine Slushies to Make for the Best Summer Ever

Summer Fridays and spiked slushies belong together. In this recipe, blogger Sarah celebrates the weekend with a refreshing combo of peaches, raspberries, limes, coconut sugar, tequila and triple sec. Just put all the ingredients in a blender, and you've got a guaranteed crowd pleaser.

Get the recipe at Whole and Heavenly Oven.

While sangria is easy to make yourself, you have to wait hours for the flavors to mix well enough. But in this frozen version, all you need is a few minutes for a delicious, flavorful slushie.

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Have some frozen fruit and white wine on hand? Put them in a blender for the ultimate warm-weather beverage. You can also make these treats ahead of time, and keep them in your freezer. Just thaw for five minutes when you're ready to enjoy a glass.

Get the recipe at A Turtle's for Me.

Can't take a vacation yet? No worries, this slushie is basically a trip to the tropics in a glass. Moscato combines with pineapple and lemon to create a luxurious, refreshing flavor, perfect for lounging on your porch or by the pool.

Get the recipe at The Eyes of a Boy.

Happy hour will get so much happier once you learn how to make this tropical treat. Best of all, you probably already have everything you need right in your pantry.

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Have a minute? Great because that's all it takes to make this fruity deliciousness.

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Prosecco lovers, this one's for you. As if your favorite wine couldn't get any better, pair it with orange juice, honey and frozen strawberries for a wine cocktail you'll crave all summer long.

Get the recipe at Snappy Gourmet.

As the name of the slushie suggests, this summer must-have can be made in seconds, as long as you have wine and strawberries.

Get the recipe at Simply Darrling.

Summer heat waves won't seem so bad as long as you have a glass of this slushie. The seasonal flavors of cherries and peaches mix perfectly with the sweet taste of Riesling wine, creating a cocktail that's too good to not have more than once.

Get the recipe at Living Sweet Moments.

Having watermelon back in season is one of the best parts of summer. Give the fruit a happy-hour makeover in this cocktail creation.

Get the recipe at Cook the Story.

Wine slushies are already simple treats to make, but this one might be the easiest of them all. The only two ingredients you need are ice and Moscato. In other words, you'll want to make a pitcher of this one.

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Remember, it's always happy hour somewhere so treat yourself to this fruity creation whenever you'd like. You just need four ingredients, and you'll be enjoying your slushie in minutes.

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Technically these aren't wine slushies, since they use rum, but all that matters is that they're delicious and they belong on your summer to-do list.

Get the recipe at Iowa Girl Eats.

Take it from blogger Annie: "Drinks are way more fun with whipped cream. Want to know what makes fun drinks even more fun? Chocolate whipped cream. " We couldn't agree more.


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Frose Recipe! Easy Wine Slushie – How To Make Quick and Healthy Strawberry Alcohol Wine Slushies

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Frose Recipe – Easy Wine Slushie

Tasty and refreshing frozen rose strawberry alcoholic cocktail.
A frose recipe bursting with flavor. An easy and quick wine
slushie with your favorite rose wine and strawberries.

A blended frozen wine drink to sip on and enjoy on a hot
summer day by the pool or anytime of the year when you
want a yummy alcoholic drink. You can’t go wrong with
this wine slushie recipe it truly is delicious and refreshing.

No special machine to make these wine slushies – just a
blender. Delicious, light, and fresh blended drink.

So are you ready to learn how to make wine slushies? Get
ready for the best wine slushie!

In a blender, add ice, sugar, wine and strawberries

Once everything is in the blender – blend everything together

Start off with 1 cup of ice, if you want it thicker, add in more. Taste for
sweetness once done, add in additional sugar if desired.

If you have time, you can freeze the rose wine in a tight fitting container a
minimum of 6 hours and leave out the ice for a stronger drink. Follow the
steps above to create an even stronger slush, without ice


Making these refreshing wine slushies is just too easy! Here’s what to do:

  1. Blend.
  2. Enjoy!

Flavor suggestions

One of the many great things about these slushies is how versatile they are! You really can’t go wrong with any combination of flavors.

Any wine will work, I like to use sauvignon blanc. White wines will go well with any fruit. Whereas red wines pair better with berries. No matter the varietal, I like to look for healthier wines when I can!

Here are some ideas for what frozen fruit you can use:

  • Peaches
  • Raspberries
  • Blueberries
  • Strawberries
  • Mangos
  • Pineapples

Serve with a few whole pieces of fruit on top as a pretty garnish!

Tips and tricks

For the best wine slushies ever, follow these suggestions:

  • Make your slushie more tart by adding lemon juice.
  • For a sweeter slushie, add sugar.
  • You can make each flavor separate and layer them as I have. Or, simply mix it all together!
  • Prep in advance! Make extra and freeze in ice cube trays. Then you can let them defrost a little, blend, and enjoy! (You may need to add a little more liquid to recapture the smooth consistency.)
  • Pack in a boozy punch! Take a page out of sangria’s book and add a shot of brandy, schnapps, or vodka.

If you have a blender, then you’ll have no problem perfecting how to make wine slushies. Simply grab your favorite bottle of white wine (I typically prefer sauvignon blanc or pinot grigio), some fresh fruit, the secret ingredient while I’ll talk about in a bit, and blend!

Let’s get to that secret ingredient, shall we? Not only does it have age-reversing superpowers, but it’s also what helps add that extra fruitastic flavoring. Thanks to Super Youth Peach Mango collagen, each sip will have you feeling like you’re on a beach somewhere soaking in the sun.

Super Youth is a multi-collagen peptide that contains all 5 types of collagen needed to help smooth wrinkles, reduce cellulite, strengthen hair, nails, bones, and joints, and helps keep us looking and feeling youthful. It’s also bursting with the mouthwatering flavors of peach and mango, a powerful flavor duo to make your summer that much sweeter!


Here Are 8 Wine Slushie Recipes to Enjoy All Summer Long

Spring is in full swing and summer is just around the corner, so why not take a break from the hot, hot sun and cool down with a wine slushie?

Other frozen drinks, such as piña coladas, daiquiris and mudslides, are often scarily high in calories and from artificial mixers, according to Gizmodo.

But to make these frozen fruity concoctions, all you need is a blender, some ice, wine, fruit and good taste. You can also freeze and defrost these babies in batches.

As the song goes, it's "summertime and the living's easy." With wine slushies, it truly is. Below are eight wine slushie recipes to enjoy all summer long — and maybe into winter.

Frozen peaches and pineapples plus pinot grigio make for a light and refreshing summertime drink. Find the recipe here.

Cabernet sauvignon, some lemon juice and sugar make for this beautifully colored slushie. This recipe also uses no blender.

3. Tropical wine slushie

What does combining one bottle of sauvignon blanc with peach schnapps, mango chunks and pineapple give you? Happiness, and this tropical wine slushie. Find the recipe here.

4. Mojito wine slushie

Combine two great alcoholic beverages, white wine and mojitos, by adding lime, mint and evaporated cane sugar with some white wine. Find the recipe here.

5. Tripe berry wine slush

Blueberries, raspberries and blackberries give this red wine slushie a deep red, but adding some ginger ale gives it a little fizz. Find the recipe here.

6. Tarantas wine slushie with melon, Pimm's and crystallized ginger

For a slushie with a kick, add crystallized ginger and some Pimm's into this wine slushie. Find the recipe here.

7. Peach moscato wine slushies

What sounds more summery than peaches and moscato? Frozen peaches and moscato. Find the recipe here.

8. Sweet peach and mint wine slushies

Mint, nectarines and peaches plus some red wine make for potentially the best dinner party beverage of the season. Find the recipe here.