Prosecco Strawberry Slushie


Prosecco Strawberry Slushie made with only 3 ingredients. It’s the perfect way to cool down and relax this Summer!

Have some fun this summer with an ice cold strawberry slushie…oh, and with plenty prosecco don’t forget. This is the ultimate way to sit back and relax at the weekend and it only takes around 2 minutes to make. It’s fruity, refreshing and so delicious.

I love making cocktails but let’s face it, by the time I’ve bought 3 different liqueurs, soda, fruit juice etc it can end up being quite costly and I end up not making them very often because of that. Now that Summer is fast approaching I’m getting into the cocktail making mood again especially on a late Saturday afternoon when I can smell all the barbecues cooking and everyone is relaxing outdoors in the sun.

I wanted something that wasn’t going to cost much and that was a little bit more ‘fun’ than a normal glass of Prosecco (I know life is so hard sometimes). I had frozen strawberries in the freezer and I’m SO glad I decided to use them because this Prosecco Strawberry Slushie is my new love.

This slushie requires only 3 ingredients; Prosecco, frozen strawberries, and honey – amazing! I often freeze strawberries if I see them on offer and I know I won’t be able to eat them all in time. They’ve proven to be a great ‘freezer essential’ and I use them for all sorts of things such as smoothies, dessert sauces and now cocktails or slushies.

So, I’m guessing you probably already know how to make this but I’ll tell you anyway. Put everything in a blender and blitz until smooth, ha. It’s such a hard recipe to master, isn’t it?

Hope you enjoy guys!

Check out these amazing Cocktail Glasses Ideal for this Slushie



9.5 oz (1.5 cups/270g) frozen strawberries

10.5 fluid ounces (300ml) Prosecco

1 tbsp honey


Put everything in a blender and blitz until smooth.
Add more honey to taste if required and serve in cocktail glasses.

Makes 2 large glasses or 4 small ones
Please note this recipe was tested and developed using metric measurements all imperial measurements are approximate.

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