Wine Slushies – 3 Ways

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Wine slushies are a refreshing, frozen cocktail made with your favorite bottle of wine, frozen fruit, and ice!

3 frozen wine slushies with 3 bottles of wine

We Love Wine Slushies

Tis the season for cold drinks and what better way to celebrate the warm weather than with wine slushies!

Today, we’re sharing 3 epic wine slushie recipes in partnership with Cupcake LightHearted, our favorite wine brand!

Cupcake Light Hearted

Cupcake LightHearted is a lower sugar and lower ABV wine brand that creates delicious wines full of flavor, but with fewer calories.

  • 80 calories/serving
  • 8% ALC/VoL
  • <1g sugar/serving

Cupcake LightHearted wines are created just like normal wines, but in order to achieve a lower sugar and lower calorie wine the grapes were harvested earlier and fermented for a shorter amount of time.

Thus, achieving quality flavor, with lower alcohol content. Can you say hello post-run goodness?

  • Vegan
  • Gluten-free
  • Lower-carb
  • Natural sugars
  • No flavor additives
3 bottles of cupcake lighthearted

Now let’s talk all things wine slushies! Today we are sharing 3 unique wine slushie flavors using three different Cupcake LightHearted wines. Each of their wines has a unique flavor profile that ties perfectly into their wine slushie recipe.

What You Need for Wine Slushies

wine is the most important part of wine slushies because it’s where your slushie gets most of its flavor. This is why we’re using Cupcake LightHearted Wines. They’re refreshing, flavorful, and seriously so perfect for wine slushies! PS: you’re going to need an entire bottle.

  • Sauvignon Blanc
  • Rosé
  • Pinot Noir

How to Make Wine Slushies

Wine slushies are ready to go in less than 10 minutes and with just 3 simple steps. Here’s how to make wine slushies.

  1. Assemble Ingredients: first, assemble your ingredients. Measure out everything that you need, while working quickly so that your frozen fruit and ice don’t melt.
  2. Blend, Blend, Blend: add all ingredients into a high-speed blender. Blend on high for 30-60 seconds or until everything is smooth. Option to add more ice as desired.
  3. Serve: serve your wine slushie immediately with garnishes of fresh fruit and herbs. Enjoy!

Our #1 tip for perfect wine slushies is a high-speed blender. You need to have a blender that can pulverize the fruit and ice so that it turns into a slush.

pouring a bottle of rosé into a blender with frozen watermelon

Tropical Wine Slushies

This tropical wine slushie recipe is made with a yummy bottle of Cupcake LightHearted Sauvignon Blanc, frozen pineapple, and coconut rum. It tastes like a tropical vacation!

  • Cupcake LightHearted Sauvignon Blanc
  • Frozen pineapple
  • Coconut rum
  • Lemon juice
  • Simple syrup
  • Ice

Cupcake LightHearted Sauvignon Blanc is bursting with stone fruit flavor and vibrant notes of fresh citrus, lime, and apricot that lead into a bright, refreshing finish.

simple syrup
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tropical wine slushie in glass with mint and pineapple slice

Watermelon Frosé Wine Slushies

Frosé all day with this incredible watermelon frosé wine slushie recipe! It’s made with our favorite bottle of Cupcake LightHearted Rosé, frozen watermelon, and simple syrup!

  • Cupcake-LightHearted Rosé
  • Frozen watermelon
  • Simple syrup
  • Ice

Cupcake LightHearted Rosé has bright notes of fresh grapefruit and watermelon with silky flavors of peach and honeysuckle.

watermelon frosé wine slushie with a watermelon slice

Sangria Wine Slushies

Sangria lovers, you are going to absolutely adore these Sangria Wine Slushies made with an entire bottle of Cupcake LightHearted Pinot Noir, frozen strawberries, and a little orange liquor.

  • Cupcake LightHearted Pinot Noir
  • Frozen strawberries
  • Orange liquor
  • Simple syrup
  • Ice

Cupcake LightHearted Pinot Noir is light in body and bursting with juicy fruit flavors of wild strawberry and plum that intermingle with subtle notes of fresh cherry and vanilla.

sangria wine slushie in glass with orange and starwberry slices
3 wine slushies in glasses

Wine Slushies – 3 Ways

Wine slushies are the most delicious frozen cocktail to make! Here we’re sharing 3 different wine slushie recipes using frozen fruit and ice.

Prep: 10 minutesCook: 0 minutesTotal: 10 minutes

Fat 0

Carbs 18

Protein 0

Yield 6 1x

Rate

Tropical Wine Slushies

  • 1 bottle Cupcake LightHearted Sauvignon Blanc
  • 16-oz frozen pineapple (~4 cups)
  • 3-oz coconut rum (we used Malibu)
  • 1 tablespoon lemon juice
  • 3-oz. simple syrup (or more, to taste)
  • 2 cups ice
  • Garnish: fresh mint and fresh pineapple

Watermelon Frosé Wine Slushies

  • 1 bottle Cupcake LightHearted Rosé
  • 4 cups frozen watermelon chunks
  • 1.5-oz simple syrup (or more, to taste)
  • 1–2 cups ice
  • Garnish: watermelon slices 

Sangria Wine Slushies

  • 1 bottle Cupcake LightHearted Pinot Noir
  • 4 cups frozen strawberries
  • 4-oz. orange liquor
  • 3-oz. simple syrup (or more, to taste)
  • 1–2 cups ice
  • Garnish: fresh strawberries and orange slices
  1. Place all ingredients into a high-speed blender.
  2. Blend on high for 30-60 seconds or until your wine slushy has no lumps and it is smooth.
  3. Serve immediately.
  • Want it slushier? Add more ice if your blender is big enough! You can always pour some out and add more ice in sections.
  • Nutrition information is for Tropical Wine Slushies.

Serving Size: 1/6
Calories: 160
Sugar: 9
Fat: 0
Carbohydrates: 18
Fiber: 1
Protein: 0

Author: Category: CocktailMethod: BlenderCuisine: American

Keywords: wine slushies

Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by Cupcake LightHearted. We were compensated and all opinions are our own. Thank you for supporting Fit Foodie Finds!

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