Peach Wine Slushies Recipe

Some people call it “frosé.” Other people call it “frozen wine.” I call it “Mommy’s Super Juice.” Peach Wine Slushies, welcome to the party. And boy, am I ever glad to see you.

Summer is a time for relaxation and rejuvenation. It’s also a time for travel. And if you’d asked me a year ago how I felt about travel, I would have replied with some seemingly chipper form of “Love it!” or “Can’t live without it!” But add a 10-month-old baby to the equation, and surprise, surprise, I have a whole new outlook on planes, trains and automobiles.

Peach Wine Slushies Recipe

I am fresh off of a 12-hour travel day with our bouncing baby boy, who also happens to be a teething, rolling, babbling, maneuvering 25-pound ball of deliciousness (that I can’t imagine life without). But can I be honest? Traveling with children under the age of 5 should either (A). be an Olympic sport so you at least get a medal if you do a good job or (B). be illegal.

After yesterday’s trip back from Hilton Head, South Carolina, I am convinced we may never be leaving our living room again. There was a 4 a.m. wakeup time. There was a 3-hour layover. There was an angry fellow passenger who hated anyone under the age of 149. There was an airplane bathroom changing table the size of a Snickers bar (fun size, not regular). There was no sleeping by said bouncing baby boy. And you better believe it when I tell you there. were. tears. He cried. I cried. We all cried.

Peach Wine Slushies Recipe

What is the answer to the madness? I don’t even know if there is an answer, but if you have one, PLEASE share with us below. How do you make travel with children manageable? I am all ears. And while I’m listening, I’ll be sipping on gin and juice Peach Wine Slushies.

This frosty, fruit-filled concoction is my new favorite adult beverage for summertime (or truthfully, any time). And don’t let anyone ever tell you there is a right or wrong way to blend frozen fruit with alcohol. Pick any fruit and any type of wine and let the blender work its magic. A few of my favorite combinations include:

  • Frozen strawberries with rosé
  • Frozen mango with sauvignon blanc
  • Frozen raspberries with syrah

Mix. Blend. Pour. Devour. Repeat.

Peach Wine Slushies Recipe

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Peach Wine Slushies

Some people call it “frosé.” Other people call it “frozen wine.” I call it “Mommy’s Super Juice.” Peach Wine Slushies, welcome to the party.
5 from 2 votes
Peach Wine Slushies Recipe
Prep Time 5 mins
Cook Time 0 mins
Total Time 5 mins
Servings 4 servings

Ingredients 

  • 5 cups frozen peaches
  • 2 1/2 cups white or rosé wine (See Kelly’s Notes)
  • Fresh peaches, for garnishing

Instructions 

  • Add the frozen peaches and wine to a blender. Blend until the mixture is puréed.
  • Pour the slushies into glasses, garnish with fresh peaches and serve immediately.

Kelly’s Notes:

  • Use any variety of white or rosé wine. My favorite is a light and crisp pinot grigio, but chardonnay or sauvignon blanc will also work well.
  • For thicker slushies, reduce the wine to 1 ½ cups.
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Calories: 198kcal, Carbohydrates: 22g, Protein: 2g, Fat: 1g, Saturated Fat: 1g, Sodium: 8mg, Potassium: 472mg, Fiber: 3g, Sugar: 18g, Vitamin A: 628IU, Vitamin C: 13mg, Calcium: 25mg, Iron: 1mg

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  1. Traveling with infants/toddlers – Benadryl. Seriously. Ask your pediatrician for the right dose. We flew to Germany & back with a 6-month old, and it wasn’t bad.

  2. You are very witty Kelly! I love your sense of humor and the way you express it. Making these for a ladies gathering tonight. We are all excited to give them a try. LOVE fresh peach season!

  3. 5 stars
    I always have frozen raspberries on hand so I used those instead of peaches. They were SO good! I also tried a red wine and frozen strawberry version, but it wasn’t quite sweet enough for a hot summer day. Some time I’ll have to try this recipe as is with peaches.

    1. Hi Debbie! I’ve never tried freezing the slushies but I think it could work. Would love to hear your results if you give it a shot!

  4. Yes, Kelly! I’ve been looking at all these frosé recipes with vodka and added sugar and blah. So glad to know I can make a clean and simple version. Will be making these today on my own beach day :)

  5. Though I do not take alcohol much, but I will be trying this Peach Slushy very, very soon. Peach and white wine sounds great. Cannot wait to taste this concoctions. Thanks Kelly.

    PS I am already signed up to receive your mail, hence unchecked email sign up below.

  6. Do i have to use frozen peaches? Can i use fresh peaches and ice? Or should i just freeze fresh peaches? Sounds DELISH!

  7. Kelly,

    For the one man who didn’t care for anyone under 149, there were five ‘feelin’ your pain’!!

    I can’t decide if it’s your stories or your recipes I like best. So, I’d better have a peach slushie and think on that a bit!!

    Mug on that sweet baby boy. He’ll stand taller than you one day-it’s weird, in tellin’ ya!

    Thanks, Kelly!

  8. All I can say is: It gets better. 10 months is pretty much the hardest travel age ever. Soon you can plug him into a video on the plane (or in the car) and breathe a sigh of relief. Total game-changer. (Will definitely try the slushee recipe!)

    1. Thank you so much for the words of encouragement, Mira! We’re hoping the next flight is smoother :) Enjoy the slushies!