Summer is here! Wine time should be everyday, so this list is actually okay for any season!
Wine slushies are everything when the smoldering heat of the sun is felt during the summer. One sip and aaaahhh, you’ll be feeling cool as a cucumber.
Here are some of the best wine slushie recipes that we have tried and we want you to try ’em too!
In a blender, process the strawberries and 3/4 cup of wine until slushy. Place 2 glasses in a loaf pan at a tilt. Spoon or pour the strawberry slush into the glass. Rinse blender. Blend remaining wine and peaches until slushy. Carefully spoon in the peach layer, gently pushing the slush towards the bottom of the glass. Serve immediately or freeze, standing the glasses upright.
Pour wine in ice cube trays. Freeze until firm. Take wine cubes out of tray and place in immersion stick blender or regular blender. Pulse a few times until wine cubes are crushed up and of a slushy-like consistency. Pour into a glass and enjoy on a beautiful sunny day.
Place prosecco, orange juice, honey, and frozen strawberries in blender. Blend until smooth. Garnish with orange slices and/or strawberries as desired. Serve immediately.
Peel and chop the apples. Then, hull the strawberries, reserving two strawberries to use as a garnish. Cut strawberries in half and sprinkle with sugar and stir. Set strawberries aside. Push prepared apples through a juicer or blend in a food processor or blender. Repeat the same process with the strawberries. Combine apples and strawberries and mix in the vanilla syrup. Fill two tall glasses ½ to 3/4 full with crushed ice. Pour in prepared juice and garnish with the strawberries.
Put the watermelon cubes into a plastic zip top bag and then into the freezer until frozen, at least 2 hours. Put the watermelon, the lemon juice, the sugar and the cold white wine into a blender and whiz it around until it is smooth. Pour the mixture back into the plastic bag and back into the freezer. Leave it there until it is good and frozen, squishing it now and then for at least 3 hours. Transfer the frozen mixture into a wine glass filling it 2/3 full. Top with a bit more wine.