It's officially hot as what some might imagine hell to feel like. Luckily for me, I'm stocked up on my summer water (that would be rosé). A girl's gotta stay hydrated. The only thing better than regular rosé is frozen rosé (read: frozé).
I got a popsicle mold set on Amazon recently, and I have been on a popsicle making frenzy. It's pretty ridiculous, actually. I've made Moscow Mule Popsicles, Not Your Father's Rootbeer popsicles (blog post to come) and every boozy combination in between. This one, however, is one of my favs. Obviously because they're pretty and also because they're tasty.
Here's what you need:
- Popsicle molds (I got mine here)
- Dragonfruit cut into triangles
- Bottle of your favorite rosé (I'm obsessed with Dark Horse - it's seasonal, so get on it, and La Vieille Ferme)
- Splash of simple syrup* (optional. only if you really want the sweetness to shine through)
Pretty self explanatory, I'd say. But simply cut the dragon fruit, add it to the molds, pour in the rosé and freeze for at least 8 hours. And while you wait, you deserve to enjoy the rest of the dragonfruit with a tall glass of leftover wine. No, but really, I was pleasantly surprised by how well they marry.