10 Ways to Have Your Rosé and Eat It, Too

When the bottled version is no longer making the cut, opt for these fun treats.

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Julie Blanner

Year after year, as soon as the weather perks up, hits — and honestly, we are so here for it. If your signature doesn't include the tasty wine, maybe you should try making it your signature snack instead.

Hear us out: frosé is cool, but there are so many delicious eats infused with the pink drink that you just have to try. From rosé sorbet to gummy bears, these 10 recipes are the perfect pink touch to any summer soirée

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Completely Delicious
Raspberry Rosé Sorbet

If you're in the market for a refreshing sorbet flavor, why not give rosé a try? A simple combination of rosé, raspberries and sugar, is ready to go in no time. We strongly encourage pouring more wine on top, because why not?

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Completely Delicious
Raspberry Rosé Wine Cupcakes

While there is rosé baked into these , the icing is where it packs a punch. The recipe calls for a raspberry and wine reduction, making the buttercream icing super flavorful — just the way we like it.

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Kirbie's Cravings
Rosé Champagne Gummy Bears

These gummy bears are almost too cute to eat! They're not only infused with rosé, but they include champagne extract as well, so you get the best of both beverages.

Don't feel like making them yourself?

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Julie Blanner
Drunken Strawberries

Fruit infused with wine is still healthy, right? While you try to figure out the nutrition facts, nibble on these sugar-coated bites that will only take you five minutes to make.


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Fox and Briar
Raspberry Rosé Sorbet Mimosas

For a grown-up sorbet treat, try topping off your favorite scoop with some bubbly. Drink up and then get a spoon to finish off the that will leave your taste buds tingling.

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Kirbie's Cravings
Rosé Champagne Mug Cake

You don't have to be an expert baker to get this pretty cake right! If you have a coffee mug and a microwave, you're all set. Add your to some cake mix, let it cook for just one minute, and voilà! You have a deliciously indulgent dessert (with the easiest clean-up ever).

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The Shopping Mama
Rosé Wine Popsicles

These five-ingredient are everything you need on a hot summer day. Combine lemon, vanilla, sugar, strawberries and of course rosé, and these sweet treats are good to go. Talk about refreshing.

Don't forget to buy a proper popsicle mold! . 

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Betsy Haley
Rosé Wine Gumdrops

This classic candy just became even more fun to eat. Soak a batch of gelatin candies with rosé to make these fun sweets. Once they've cooled, roll the gummies in sugar and bon appétit!

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Rosé Gelée

These 21+ jell-o shots will definitely be a crowd pleaser. Keep it classy and serve these upgraded college throwbacks in your for the perfect mix of high and low at your next event.

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Kirbie's Cravings
Cotton Candy Champagne Cocktails

Okay, so this is basically just a fancy cocktail, but you have to admit that cotton candy dipped in champagne sounds pretty irresistible! Although you can make this special drink with any , we recommend rosé champagne because, duh!

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