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Toffifay and Rosé Slushy

2 ingredient 5 minute rosé slushy recipeThis post is sponsored by Toffifay

When I was in college, I always looked forward to getting together with a group of girlfriends to watch award shows. Several of us would squeeze into one of our dorm rooms, indulge on a few sweets and in our own fashion commentary. I’ve always enjoyed seeing actresses impeccably dressed in beautiful gowns, jewels and to-die-for hairstyles. I would sit and wonder how proud they and their families must be in such a pinch me moment. Now I look forward to award shows to see what the can’t miss movies of the year are since time has become a commodity.

2 ingredient 5 minute rosé slushy recipe

Watching an awards show give us an excuse to get together with friends, kick back and relax and celebrate – on a Sunday! I highly recommend that you enjoy a few Toffifay and a rosé slushy. Sunday evenings should be simple and delicious, don’t you think?

how to make rosé slushies | easy 2 ingredient rose slushy recipe

You can download my free printable bingo cards and use your Toffifay for markers. When you win, reward yourself with smooth chocolate and hazelnut filled chewy caramel cup goodness and a rosé slushy.

how to make rosé slushies | easy 2 ingredient rose slushy recipe


easy 2 ingredient rosé slushy recipe | brunch drink


2 ingredient 5 minute rosé slushies

I know some of you prefer to save frozen drinks for the summer, but to me, a rosé slushy is seasonless. It’s an easy sip and always a crowd pleaser. With just 2 ingredients, it’s just as easy to make as it is to enjoy.

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Rosé Slushy

Prep Time 5 mins Cook Time Total Time 5 mins
Yields 6


  • 1 bottle chilled rosé
  • 1 c lemonade


  1. Combine rosé and lemonade.
  2. Freeze for 6+ hours, stir and serve.
  3. If it over solidifies, remove from freezer for 15 minutes, stir and serve.
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20 comments on “Toffifay and Rosé Slushy”

  1. Toffifay you say!? I’ve never heard of them, but you can bet I’ll be on the hunt for them next time I’m shopping. And I never knew you could make slushes from wine. Sounds like a winning combination! Cheers!

  2. I have never heard of Toffifay either, but dining on chocolate hazelnut cups and sipping rose slushies sounds like pure heaven to me. 🙂

  3. Oh, my, the different spelling of the same treat threw me off! They are delicious, and very common to find around Christmas.

    Up here it’s called Toffifée.

  4. Yum! Can’t wait to try these tasty new treats! The bingo with candy and slushes is such a fun idea!

  5. Ok, now I’m having a serious Toffifay candy craving! And, well, I always have a rosé craving 🙂

  6. These slushies look delicious and I can’t believe I have never heard of this yummy little treat! Off to search for them now!!!

  7. I’ll be on the hunt for Toffifay this weekend.. They look amazing!
    This weather has me in the mood, for something light to drink, Can’t wait to try the slush too.
    As always great finds!!

  8. Never heard of Toffifay, though they look delicious. My kids would get a kick out of using cookies to play Bingo…if only I could keep the girls from eating the cookies while playing! And wine slushies are awesome. I always think back to being at the beach with my family, since that’s the first place I ever had one. Though we used a special mix. I’ll have to give the lemonade blend a try. So much easier!

  9. Julie, I’ve never had Toffifay, but will have to try it sometime. The Rose Slushy looks so simple and delicious! Thank you for sharing last week at Share Your Style!

  10. Julie,
    I keep coming back to this post to admire your glasses. I’d love to have some for my bridal table. May I ask what they are?

    • Sadly I’m not sure – they’re vintage crystal and were my mother’s. I have seen them in thrift stores though! Best wishes on your upcoming nuptials! Congratulations!

  11. Looks lovely! How long can you keep the rose slushy in the freezer before using?

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