These Frosé Popsicles Just Made Summer a Lot More Fun

By Camille Styles
frosé popsicles

It’s no secret that I’m a major rosé fan – my Instagram feed is like a Where’s Waldo of pink wine with bottles and glasses peeking out of perhaps a few too many shots. And come summer, the only thing that makes a chilled glass of rosé even better is when it’s frozen (i.e. frosé) and we just took things a step further by turning it into the prettiest red, white and blue popsicle that happens to be the perfect Fourth of July treat. Check out how we served them at our patriotic skewer party yesterday, then keep scrolling for the recipe and get ready to frosé all day!

photos by kate zimmerman

The coconut milk layer in these popsicles gives them a creamsicle flavor, and the perfect amount of richness to make them a satisfying after-dinner treat. I love to use La Crema Monterey Pinot Noir Rosé, since its berry flavors enhance the fruitiness of the pops. Plus, since you only use a half bottle for this recipe, you’ll want to use something that’s good enough for drinking!

The blended strawberries make the rosé the most vibrant shade of red, and it feels so patriotic with the white coconut milk and blueberries. But don’t think for a second that I’m going to wait until the Fourth of July to serve these…

Cheers to a friend and frosé-filled summer!

Fourth of July Frosé Popsicles

Serves 10

These Frosé Popsicles Just Made Summer a Lot More Fun

By Camille Styles



  1. Mix coconut milk, 3 tablespoons of the sugar and vanilla in medium bowl until well blended. Divide mixture between 10 popsicle molds and freeze 1 to 2 hours or until firm.

    Meanwhile, place wine, strawberries, remaining tablespoon sugar and extracts in blender; cover. Blend until smooth. Pour mixture evenly over frozen coconut milk layer in each popsicle mold. Top with blueberries.

    Insert a popsicle stick into each mold. Freeze at least 4 hours or overnight. Cheers!

Comments (11)

  1. Chelsey says:

    Where do you get those popsicle molds?

    1. Hamlin says:

      I love this post. I’m glad that you’re trying to find happiness and make time for fun.

  2. Melanie McNatt says:

    Where are you buying the La Crema Pinot Noir Rose? I’ve checked with all grocery and liquor stores in Austin, and so far no luck. Are you ordering direct from the winery? Appreciate it!

    1. Caroline Pinkston says:

      Hi Melanie! Our friends at La Crema let us know that Randalls (1500 W 35Th St, Austin, TX 78703 & 3300 Bee Caves Rd Ste 500, Austin, TX 78746) & Cost Plus World Market (5601 Brodie Ln, Austin, TX 78745) offer the rose. Enjoy!

      1. Karin says:

        Wonderful…I will try to get some today!

      2. Melanie McNatt says:

        Thank you Caroline! I phoned the World Market up north, yesterday, and they too, carry it, but were out. Appreciate the information!

  3. Karin says:

    Frosee seems to be the thing of summer of 2017, I have been making quiet a lot,. I will be going to a wine dinner class at Central Market soon with the La Crema winery, I sure will ask them how and where to get it.

    1. Melanie McNatt says:

      Fantastic! Thanks!

  4. Dep Nhat says:

    This look so delicious, I love strawberries and blueberries. I will try make it tomorrow. Thank for share.

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