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Using up those August peaches with this Frozen Peach Rosé Slushy. Fresh summer peaches blended together with a sweet honey thyme thyme syrup and chilled wine, rosè or your favorite white wine. This frosty frozen slushy is so easy to create. Simply freeze fresh peach slices, then mix everything together in a blender for a summer cocktail that’s perfectly icy, sweet, and so delicious!

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Another Friday, another drink. Last week we had my favorite iced brown sugar latte. And this week, well, we’ve got something icy yet again, but boozy too. I usually reserve my cocktail posts for Saturday. But in the summer, when everyone is either off traveling or out having fun on the weekends, I figured Friday is probably best. This way we have plenty of time to hit the store before the Saturday morning crowds.

Plus, the honest truth? I know peach season is sweet, but it’s also short. So I wanted to share this recipe right away. This way we can make these fun slushies from now till summer’s end.

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Jumping on in – here are the details

You’ll need lots of frozen peaches, a bottle of your favorite Rosè…or fruity white wine, some honey, thyme, and fresh peach slices.

Since peaches are at their prime right now…and I had a fresh box from Frog Hollow Farm (located outside LA). I decided I’d just freeze my own peaches. Yes, these peaches are SO GOOD that I’ve actually been looking for new ways to enjoy them! Last week I shared I shared a peach sherbet, and today we have boozy slushies!

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You can easily use store-bought already frozen peaches too. But fresh peaches are the way to go for the very best flavor and color.

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Make the honey thyme syrup

To lightly sweeten the slushy and infuse it with subtle notes of thyme, I made a quick honey thyme syrup using fresh peach slices, thyme, and honey.

Just simmer the peaches together with water, thyme, and honey until the peaches are soft. Then strain the syrup, discard the peach pulp and thyme, and now you’ve got a lightly sweetened peach thyme syrup.

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Now…let’s make some slushies!

Add those frozen peaches to a blender. Pour over the wine. Add the sweet peach thyme syrup and a handful of ice. Blend, blend, blend until the mix is a yummy slushy consistency.

NOTE: It really helps if you have a high-powered blender or food processor for this.

I like to top each drink with a fresh or frozen peach slice and sprig of thyme.

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And then that’s it. So simple, but so icy cold and refreshing! Great for all the remaining summer weekends ahead.

The bottom line here? If you have ripe peaches, or even just a bag of frozen peaches, make these slushies this weekend and really live out these remaining weekends of summer!

Frozen Peach Rosé Slushy | halfbakedharvest.com

Looking for other summer drink recipes? Here are some favorites:

Salted Spicy Watermelon Margarita Popsicles

Creamy Coconut Lime Mojito

Frozen Mango Mojito-Rita

Lastly, if you make this Frozen Peach Rosé Slushy, be sure to leave a comment and/or give this recipe a rating! Above all, I love to hear from you guys and always do my best to respond to each and every comment. And of course, if you do make this recipe, don’t forget to tag me on Instagram! Looking through the photos of recipes you all have made is my favorite!

Frozen Peach Rosé Slushy

Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 5 minutes
Total Time 15 minutes
Servings: 6
Calories Per Serving: 72 kcal

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Ingredients

Instructions

  • 1. To make the peach thyme syrup: Bring 3/4 cup water, the fresh peaches, honey, and thyme to a boil in a small pot. Simmer 5 minutes, until the peaches are very soft. Remove from the heat and strain through a mesh strainer into a glass jar. Chill.
    2. In a blender, combine the frozen peaches, wine, peach thyme syrup, and 1/2 cup of ice. Blend until slushy. Add additional wine to thin.
    3. Pour into glasses and serve with fresh peach slices. Drink!

Notes

To Freeze Your Own Peaches: slice the peaches, and if desired peel them (I like to leave the skin on). Arrange the peaches on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper and freeze for 4 hours or overnight. Use as directed in the recipe.
For a stronger Drink: add 1/2 to 1 cup vodka.
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  1. I think I’d do 3 cups of frozen peaches next time so that the rose can come through a little more in the taste! We did add in a bit of deep eddy peach vodka which we enjoyed as well.

    1. Hey Shannon,
      Wonderful! Thanks a bunch for giving this recipe a try, I am thrilled that it was enjoyed! Have a great weekend:) xTieghan

    2. This was out of this world good. And SO EASY! Loved the subtle thyme kick. So refreshing, not too sweet, and just perfect!! After we drank the first batch super quick, we got a little crazy with the second batch and added Grand Mariner. WOW!!! New summer staple.

      1. Hey Kate,
        Happy Sunday! I love to hear this recipe was enjoyed and I truly appreciate you giving it a try! xxTieghan

  2. What would you recommend instead of the rose to make this virgin? I just tried it with coconut milk and it made it creamy like ice cream, which was great! But I’d love to make it more slushy

  3. 4 stars
    I scaled this down for one and thought that other people might be interested in the amounts: 4 oz wine, 1 oz syrup, 3/4 cup of frozen peaches, a couple of ice cubes. In case anyone else wants to turn a glass of this into a nightly summer habit. 😉

    1. Hey Lauren,
      Wonderful! I am thrilled to hear this recipe was enjoyed and truly appreciate you giving it a try. Have the best week! xTieghan

    1. Hey Wendy,
      I think you should stick with a dry Rose due to the sweetness from the peaches and the syrup. I hope you love this recipe, cheers! xTieghan

  4. 5 stars
    Turned out super yummy with the honey and just a yummy rose wine. Perfect summer cocktail garnished with a sprig of thyme and some raspberries I happened to have on hand.

    1. Hey Donna,
      Wonderful! I am thrilled to hear this recipe was enjoyed and truly appreciate you giving it a try. Have the best week! xTieghan

  5. In response to comment below about not finding peaches, tons of peaches at the Vail and Edwards farmers markets early!! I have some fresh peaches but no frozen, can I just use ice cubes ++ fresh peaches?

    Thank you!

    1. Hey Danielle,
      I would recommend following the recipe as is, slicing and freezing the peaches:) I hope you love the recipe! xTieghan

    1. Hey David,
      Happy Sunday! Thanks so much for making this recipe, I am so glad that it was enjoyed!! ☀️xTieghan

  6. Your saying fresh peaches put into pot. Are we assuming its 4 peaches whole ? Than let cool then slice an get 4 cups then freeze?

    1. Hey Diana,
      You are using the 1 ripe peach sliced in step 1 and the 4 cups of frozen peaches sliced in step 2. I hope you love this recipe, cheers! xTieghan

  7. I AM SOO PUMPED TO TRY THIS!!
    Literally my dream treat🍑🤍🤍🍑
    Do you have any recommendations on how to also adapt it for a pregnant friend (ie no alcohol)? Any rose substitute for liquid or just omit?
    Don’t worry I’ll certainly make it by the recipe for me and everyone else;)

    1. Hey Steph,
      You could use some sparkling water or even another fruit juice in place of the rose. I hope you love this recipe, please let me know if you give it a try! xTieghan

  8. A Colorado girl ordering peaches from LA???? Ohhh, the shame…we won’t report you to the western slope guys this time!! It looks fabulous but I will be using Colorado peaches! 😉

    1. Hey Terry,
      Lol, just haven’t been able to get my hands on Colorado peaches yet this year:) I hope you love the recipe, cheers! xTieghan

  9. Do you think mixing fruits would work? Always loved raspberries and peaches together. Thanks!! Love your recipes. Literally make at least two each week!