Easy Watermelon Frosé Recipe

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This refreshing watermelon frosé recipe uses five ingredients and is perfect for summer gatherings. Everything goes into the blender and is whipped until smooth. It’s simple to make, delicious, and the perfect summer cocktail.

Frozen watermelon drink made with rosé, mint and lemon juice.

Frosé is one of those drinks that’s so easy to make, but it looks like you’ve put a lot of thought into it. Probably because it seems so fancy, the color is gorgeous and tastes fresh!  I love sipping a frozen drink on a hot summer day, but it has to be fresh and not too sweet. 

This is why this recipe and all of my frozen drinks are made with just a touch of sugar, honey, or agave. The best part about making drinks at home is your control over the sweetness level. 

Like my strawberry frosé, made with fresh strawberries, this recipe uses frozen watermelon, rosé, lemon juice, fresh mint, and a little sugar. It’s refreshing and super easy to make with just a few ingredients. 

Check out more of my watermelon recipes for summer.

Easy watermelon frose with straws and flowers on a tray to serve for a summer gathering.

Recipe Notes and Variations

  • For this recipe, use an affordable bottle of rosé. Since it’s mixed with other ingredients, there is no need to use a fancy bottle, so opt for the best quality for the lowest price. 
  • You can double this recipe if you’re having a larger gathering. 
  • Since frozen watermelon is hard to find, you must make your own. Cut it into cubes and freeze them overnight on a baking sheet or freezer-safe container. You can also use a melon baller to scoop and freeze watermelon balls. 
  • When you’re at the store, pick out a sweet watermelon. You do this by looking at the bottom of the watermelon and making sure it has a yellow spot. If it’s solid white, that means it isn’t fully ripe. A mini watermelon is much easier to cut. 
Watermelon frosé recipe with cocktail garnishes.

Can you make watermelon frosé a mocktail?

You can easily make watermelon frosé a mocktail for those who prefer non-alcoholic beverages! Substitute the rosé with a non-alcoholic rose to create a refreshing mocktail version. This substitution maintains the drink’s effervescent quality while keeping it alcohol-free.

More Delicious Cocktail Recipes 

If you love this cocktail recipe, try more of my frozen drinks:

If you have leftover watermelon, make fresh watermelon juice with it!

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Frozen watermelon drink made with rosé, mint and lemon juice.

Watermelon Frosé Recipe

Easy watermelon frosé recipe made with fresh ingredients! This recipe is perfect for summer gatherings, simple to make and SO good!
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Course: Cocktail
Cuisine: American
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 0 minutes
12 minutes
Total Time: 17 minutes
Servings: 6 servings
Author: Eden


  • 2 cups watermelon, cut into chunks and frozen
  • 2 1/2 cups rosé
  • 2 tbsp fresh mint leaves
  • 2 ounces lemon juice , You can use fresh lime juice too. 
  • 1 tbsp granulated sugar


  • Prepare the Watermelon: Cut fresh watermelon into cubes and freeze them for at 12 hours.
  • Blend Ingredients: In a blender, combine the frozen watermelon, rosé, fresh mint, ice, lemon juice, and your choice of granulated sugar or honey.
  • Blend Until Smooth: Blend on high speed until the mixture is smooth and with a slushy consistency.
  • Adjust Sweetness: Taste the frosé and add more sugar or honey if you prefer it to be sweeter.
  • Serve Immediately: Pour the watermelon frosé into chilled glasses and garnish with additional mint leaves if desired.


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