3 Frozeade Recipes To Impress Your Friends

 

Do you need something to impress your friends at your next dinner party or gathering? Well you’ve found just the right thing! Check out these 3 super simple and super easy Frozeade (frozen Roseade) recipes. VIDEO BLEOW.

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strawberry frozeade

Ingredients

  • x2 (275ml) Bottles of Roseade

  • x1 (250g) Punnet of strawberries, you’ll have to get extra if you want some to garnish

  • 250ml Water

  • 50g sugar (optional). All of these recipes are low in sugar and quite zesty, add some sugar if you prefer it a little sweeter.

Method

  • Cut the tops off the strawberries, then in half, wash, then place in a pot with 250ml of water

  • Bring to the boil and simmer on medium heat for 15mins

  • Drain the liquid into a heat proof container

  • (Optional) add sugar and stir until dissolved

  • In at least a 1000ml freeze proof container, pour 2 bottles of Roseade and the strawberry syrup then place into the freezer overnight (it will take around 6 hours to fully freeze)

  • Once frozen solid, take the mixture out of the freezer and break up into flakes with fork

  • Scoop into blender

  • Run the side of the blender jug under hot water for at least a minute or until there’s a little liquid at the bottom. This allows the mixture to blend properly (if there’s not enough liquid the blades will create an air pocket and wont be blending anything)

  • Blend until smooth then serve!

Pineapple frozeade

Ingredients

  • x2 (275ml) Bottles of Roseade

  • 250g of diced pineapple, you’ll have to get extra if you want some to garnish

  • 50g sugar (optional). All of these recipes are low in sugar and quite zesty, add some sugar if you prefer it a little sweeter.

Method

  • Dice 250g of pineapple making sure there’s no skin

  • Pour 2 bottles of Roseade into a blender and add the pineapple

  • (Optional) add sugar into the blender

  • Blend on the highest setting until all the pineapple is completely smooth

  • Pour the mixture into at least a 1000ml freeze proof container, cover, then place into the freezer overnight (it will take around 6 hours to fully freeze)

  • Once frozen solid, take the mixture out of the freezer and break up into flakes with fork

  • Scoop into blender

  • Run the side of the blender jug under hot water for at least a minute or until there’s a little liquid at the bottom. This allows the mixture to blend properly (if there’s not enough liquid the blades will create an air pocket and wont be blending anything)

  • Blend until smooth then serve!

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watermelon frozeade

Ingredients

  • x2 (275ml) Bottles of Roseade

  • 250g of diced watermelon, you’ll have to get extra if you want some to garnish

  • 50g sugar (optional). All of these recipes are low in sugar and quite zesty, add some sugar if you prefer it a little sweeter.

Method

  • Dice 250g of watermelon making sure there’s no skin

  • Pour 2 bottles of Roseade into a blender and add the watermelon

  • (Optional) add sugar into the blender

  • Blend on the highest setting until all the watermelon is completely smooth

  • Pour the mixture into at least a 1000ml freeze proof container, cover, then place into the freezer overnight (it will take around 6 hours to fully freeze)

  • Once frozen solid, take the mixture out of the freezer and break up into flakes with fork

  • Scoop into blender

  • Run the side of the blender jug under hot water for at least a minute or until there’s a little liquid at the bottom. This allows the mixture to blend properly (if there’s not enough liquid the blades will create an air pocket and wont be blending anything)

  • Blend until smooth then serve!

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As you can see, these last 2 recipes are exactly the same with only the fruit swapped out. So get creative! Do you love kiwi fruit? Then swap it out for that. Or any other fruit you might think will work in this tasty frozen treat.

Want some Roseade to make these recipes?

 
Lee Smallman