Watermelon Berry Frose'

These fun, fruity drinks will thaw out just enough by the time you get to your picnic destination. You could substitute raspberries for the strawberries or do a combination of both.

By / Photography By Shilpa Uskokovic | July 11, 2017


Place all the ingredients except the rosé in a blender and blend on high till smooth. Strain the fruit pureé into a bowl, using a fine meshed strainer. Stir in the rosé.

Portion the mixture into 6 ½ pint capacity mason jars*. Fill jars to just below where the threads start. You might have some left over. Cook’s treat!

Place the lids on the jar and freeze, upright, for at least 8 hours. You can hold these in the freezer up to 2 weeks.

*Use straight sided mason jars only! Jars with shoulders have a tendency to break in the freezer as the liquid expands. The half pint jars called for here are typically straight sided, but if you do choose to use another size, select the wide mouth ones.

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  • 325 grams (2 cups) cubed seedless watermelon
  • 325 grams (2 cups) hulled strawberries
  • 125 grams (⅔ cup) sugar
  • Zest and juice of 1 lemon
  • 750ml bottle rosé (look for a fruity, semi-dry one that won’t break the bank)
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