Pineapple Basil White Wine Slushie
- SERVES: 1 (but easily scalable for a party)
- PREP: 5 minutes
- TOTAL TIME: 5 minutes
Easy-breezy and refreshing, like summer in a cup.
If you like our Vodka Watermelon Slushies, you’re going to love these new Pineapple Basil White Wine Slushies. This easy, breezy, refreshing drink is a little less boozy than our watermelon cocktail, using your favorite dry-yet-fruity white wine. This recipe is for one cocktail, but it easily scales up for a party—you can fit five servings in a standard blender. Add a fresh pineapple slice if you have some on hand, and add as much basil as you want for the desired level of herbaceous freshness.
- 1 ½
cups frozen pineapple
cup dry white wine, such as Pinot Grigio or Sauvignon Blanc
tablespoons sugar (or more or less to taste)
Small handful basil leaves, plus more for garnish
Fresh pineapple slice, for garnish
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