Thank you to the National Frozen & Refrigerated Foods Association for sponsoring this post!
Strawberry Rosé Ice Cream Float is made with only three ingredients to create a unique, fresh and fun ice cream float. Enjoy the cocktail at dinner parties, brunch and more!
You can never go wrong with a fresh summer cocktail! Add ice cream to create the ultimate summer drink or dessert. Today, I’m sharing a fun new recipe that is perfect for birthdays, dinner parties and summer celebrations. Strawberry Rosé Ice Cream Float combines three of my favorite summertime ingredients. Layer strawberry puree, rosé and ice cream in a glass. Stir and sip. It’s that easy!
To celebrate National Ice Cream Month, I partnered with the National Frozen and Refrigerated Foods Association (NFRA) as part of the Cool Food Panel to bring you a fresh, fun and easy cocktail recipe made with only three ingredients. My freezer is always stocked with Graeter’s Ice Cream and I love any excuse to enjoy ice cream for dessert. Graeter’s also makes one of my favorite sorbet flavors, Watermelon! Visit Graeters.com for the entire selection of products and flavors. High quality ingredients and a handcrafted french pot process creates the creamy, smooth and flavorful ice cream. Graeter’s tastes just like homemade ice cream and is available at your local grocery store.
What is your favorite summer cocktail? Add a fun twist with a scoop of ice cream and experiment with unique flavor combinations. Have fun this summer and celebrate National Ice Cream Month with a Strawberry Rosé Ice Cream Float!
Strawberry Rosé Ice Cream Float
Yield: 2 floats
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes
Strawberry Rosé Ice Cream Float is made with only three ingredients to create a unique, fresh and fun ice cream float that can be enjoyed at dinner parties, brunch and more!
- 1 cup fresh strawberries, plus more for garnish
- 2 to 4 scoops Graeter’s Madagascar Vanilla Bean Ice Cream
- 12 ounces rosé wine (about half a bottle), chilled
- In the bowl of a food processor, puree strawberries until smooth.
- Press the strawberry puree through a mesh strainer to remove the seeds. (You can omit this step if you don’t mind the seeds.)
- In champagne flutes or wine glasses add a couple spoonfuls of strawberry puree to the bottom of each glass.
- Add one or two small scoops of Graeter’s Madagascar Vanilla Bean Ice Cream on top of the puree.
- Top off each glass with rosé. Garnish with fresh strawberries and extra strawberry puree, as desired. Stir gently and enjoy!
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This post was created in partnership with the National Frozen & Refrigerated Foods Association as part of the Cool Food Panel. As always, all opinions are my own.