I knew this Rosé Sorbet recipe was going to be good, but I could not have imagined just how good! I mean, I guess you can’t go that wrong when you’re combining raspberry sorbet with pink bubbles, right? But not only did the combination look beautiful, it tasted even better! This is my perfect type of recipe – no cooking, few ingredients, looks beautiful. The Rosé Sorbet will be great for so many different occasions this summer. I can imagine serving it as a dessert for friends at an al fresco dinner, bridal shower or even a wedding. Find out below the two ingredients and two steps it takes to pull off this oh so pretty pink Rosé Sorbet.
Sparkling rosé (I used the YellowGlen Pink bubbly)
Place one large scoop of raspberry sorbet into a glass (I used a coupe champagne glass) and top with sparkling rosé. Add a straw and/or mini spoon.
Have you tried making Frosé? It was super trendy last summer with yummy recipes all over Pinterest. Yet, I did not make Frosé until this spring! Most of the Frosé recipes are pretty standard – freeze the rosé overnight and blend with red berries and simple syrup. As most of you know by now I don’t love cooking, so even to freeze rosé and make simple syrup was too much for me! I needed to find an easier way to make and sweeten my Frosé. And that’s how we get my tropical twist on Frosé that requires nothing but adding ingredients to the blender! With my Frosé recipe below there is no excuse not to get into the frozen rosé trend.
Rosé (a sweeter wine like the Jackson-Triggs Rosé works best)
In the blender combine: 2 cups of rosé; 2 cups of frozen strawberries; 1 cup of coconut water; and 2 tablespoons of agave syrup. Blend, pour and enjoy!
I love Mexican food, but don’t really like the tequila based drinks that come along with it! So, I’ve put a wine twist on the popular margarita drink. With no tequila involved, I’ll be drinking this sparkling margarita all summer long! Read below for instructions on how to make the super simple sparkling margarita.
Sparkling wine (I used semi-sweet bubbles from Yellow Tail)
Combine sugar and salt on a plate and rim your glass. Fill the glass with sparkling wine, add the juice from 1/4 of a lime and 1/2 teaspoon of agave. Enjoy!
This sparkling rose gin cocktail is super easy to make and perfect for spring. I made this drink as the signature cocktail for the Dawna Styles Pop-Up shop a couple weeks ago and it was a big hit! Read below for the recipe.
1/2 oz Dillon’s Rose Gin
1 oz St. Germain
2 oz Prosecco
How to Make
Fill cocktail shaker with handful of ice
Add Dillon’s Rose Gin & St. Germain
Shake & pour into cocktail glass
Top with Prosecco
If you can find edible flowers, that would be a perfect addition to finish off the drink!
Cheers! – GDW