Rosé Ice Cream Float

Rosé Ice Cream Float – An elegant frozen dessert made with fresh raspberries, rosé, and vanilla ice cream. The ultimate ice cream float!

Rosé Ice Cream Float

Rosé Ice Cream Float

So, you may have noticed that I love making recipes with wine/champagne by now.  Between the No Churn White Wine Ice Cream, Red Wine Macarons, Wine Soaked Raspberry Baked Brie, etc I have quite a few recipes at this point without even pointing to any of the backlogged posts that haven’t gone out (like some really yummy rosé meringue cookies)! I have been making a ton of recipes lately but so few have actually made it to the site just because of how busy I have been with work and visiting friends before heading to New Jersey for a month.  Hopefully I will have time in the next few days to get some of the other posts out, especially the summer-y ones!

Tomorrow is going to be another hectic day with the Busch’s Brighton, MI grand opening happening! After that finishes up, I have to start working on packing for New Jersey!

So this Rosé Ice Cream Float is basically amazing! If you love a good rosé, then this is the dessert for you.  It is so easy to make with only 3 ingredients, yet it was so elegant and delicious! I debated about using raspberry sorbet instead of vanilla ice cream because I thought that would be delicious too but I ultimately went with the vanilla ice cream because I thought it would be a nice complement to the rosé and raspberries! Since I was using the champagne glasses to serve it in, I highly suggest using a melon baller or some kind of scoop that is similar in size to that to scoop the ice cream.  It definitely was helpful to have the smaller scoops of ice cream to fit into the glasses.

rosé ice cream recipe


Yield: 2

Rosé Ice Cream Float

An elegant treat made with fresh raspberries, rosé, and vanilla ice cream. A dessert that will impress!
Prep Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes


  • 1/2 cup vanilla ice cream
  • 1/2 cup rosé
  • 1/4 cup raspberries


  1. Layer raspberries and ice cream in a champagne glass.
  2. Top with rosé and serve!

rosé dessert

Love ice cream floats recipes?

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