Blueberry Dragon Fruit Frosé (frozen wine slushie)

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Blueberry Dragon Fruit Frosé (frozen wine slushie)

Although as a kid I always chose ice cream over slushies, and as an adult I always choose margaritas on the rocks over the frozen variety, I’m currently crushing hard on wine slushies. A boozy fruity treat that cools you off and is super fun to drink… what’s not to love?!

Blueberry Dragon Fruit Frosé (frozen wine slushie)

I started off with my current favorite rosé wine, which is dry (I’m not a fan of sweet wines) and moderately priced. Feel free to use whatever rosé you prefer.

Blueberry Dragon Fruit Frosé (frozen wine slushie)

To the chilled wine, I added some frozen blueberries and a couple of these frozen pitaya dragon fruit packs. If you’ve never heard about, seen, or tried dragon fruit, let this recipe be your reason to do so! Naturally a vibrant hot pink color, and delicious without being cloyingly sweet, dragon fruit is a great addition to smoothies, and – as it turns out – wine slushies.

Blueberry Dragon Fruit Frosé (frozen wine slushie)

Blend up the three ingredients, and you’re rewarded with this gorgeous beverage:

Blueberry Dragon Fruit Frosé (frozen wine slushie)

Happy unofficial start to summer!

Blueberry Dragon Fruit Frosé (frozen wine slushie)

Blueberry Dragon Fruit Frosé (frozen wine slushie)

Blueberry Dragon Fruit Frosé (frozen wine slushie)

by Lauren Zembron

Prep Time: 2 minutes

Cook Time: 0 minutes

Ingredients (2 servings)

  • 2 cups dry rosé wine, chilled
  • 2 (3.5 oz) packs frozen dragon fruit (pitaya) puree, preferably organic
  • 2 cups frozen blueberries, preferably organic

Instructions

Place all ingredients into a blender and blend until smooth. Serve immediately.

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