Summer Wine Slushies

Frośe is so last summer, ladies! These delicious frozen drinks will keep you cool all summer long. All that you need to transform your kitchen into a sun-kissed beach bar is a blender, some ice, and a whole lot of wine!

Jam Jar Strawberry Slushie
PREP TIME: 1 hour
SERVING: 1 pitcher (serves 6-8)
INGREDIENTS:
1 bottle Jam Jar Sweet White
2 cups strawberries
½ cup lemonade
1½ cups ice cubes
DIRECTIONS:
1. Puree strawberries in a blender. Then add the rest of the ingredients (Sweet White, lemonade, and ice) and blend.
2. Pour the mixture into ice cube trays and freeze until solid.
3. When ready to serve, puree the ice cubes in a blender to your desired consistency.
4. Garnish the glasses with a strawberry!

Jam Jar Peach Slushie
PREP TIME: 15 minutes
SERVING: 4 stemless wine glasses (serves 4)
INGREDIENTS:
1 bottle Jam Jar Sweet White
1 bag frozen peaches
DIRECTIONS:
1. Combine the Sweet White and peaches in a blender and puree until smooth.
2. Depending upon your consistency preference, freeze for roughly 30 minutes before serving.
3. Garnish with a peach slice!
 

Jam Jar Sangria Slushie
PREP TIME: 15 minutes
SERVING: 6-8 stemless wine glasses (serves 6-8)
INGREDIENTS:
2 cups Jam Jar Sweet Shiraz
1½ cups frozen berries
3 ounces vodka (optional – we suggest vanilla)
3 ounces triple sec or ¼ cup of sugar to sweeten (optional)
ice to thicken
DIRECTIONS:
1. Mix all ingredients together in a blender with ice. Blend until smooth, continuing to add ice to reach your desired consistency.
2. Optional: add triple sec or sugar to sweeten according to your preference.
3. Garnish your glasses with a strawberry and serve!

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