This Blueberry Moscato Slushie is made from frozen berries and Moscato white wine. It’s a quick and easy blueberry wine slushie recipe that makes 4-6 frozen wine slushies.
This blueberry wine slushie recipe is probably one of the most refreshing recipes we have shared this year.
It’s only 3 ingredients if you don’t count the ice and takes less than 5 minutes to start enjoying this frozen wine slushie.
Don’t let the summer pass you by without mixing up a blueberry Moscato slushie. Then go sit in the shade or on your shady front porch and enjoy the summer evening sipping on this frozen wine slushie.
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Blueberries have such a short shelf life so we always keep a bag of frozen blueberries in the freezer. We use them to make our homemade blueberry syrup and they are perfect for this blueberry wine slushie recipe. When you have all the ingredients always on hand then how easy is that?
And you don’t have to use Moscato white wine, several other white wines would be delicious in this slushie recipe. We use either in our White Wine Sangria and we have several other variations in our Summer Cocktails Roundup of Recipes.
How to Make a Blueberry Moscato Slushie:
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Start this blueberry wine slushie by adding 2 cups of frozen blueberries in your blender. Then add the wine, ice, and sugar. Blend well until ingredients are well combined.
If your slushy is too liquid, add extra blueberries. And if it is too thick then add extra Moscato white wine to get it to the perfect consistency. Serve by adding a paper or reusable straw and fresh blueberries for garnish.
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Blueberry Moscato Slushie is made from frozen berries and Moscato white wine. It's a quick and easy blueberry wine slushie recipe that makes 4-6 frozen wine slushies.
- 3 cups Moscato wine
- 2 cups frozen blueberries
- ½ cup ice
- 3 tbsp sugar
In your blender, combine wine, frozen blueberries, ice, and sugar. Blend well until ingredients are combined.
If your slushy is too liquid, add extra blueberries, or if it isn’t pourable, add extra Moscato to get it to the perfect consistency.
Serve, and add a reusable straw and fresh blueberries for garnish.
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