Boozy Orchard Fruit Frosties (no added sugar needed!)

Early Autumn, when cosy nights are promised but you are a little reluctant to let go of summer completely.

I have a grown up, boozy orchard fruit frostie for you. A perfect treat whether the autumn sun bursts through and surprises us or you end up snuggling in front of the fire.

This couldn’t be easier. It doesn’t need anything to sweeten the fruit and is about 3 of your 5 a day!

Boozy Orchard fruit Frosties

For my Boozy Orchard fruit Frosties you need:

300g of frozen fruit – Bramley apples, plums, blackberries and raspberries. To make life reaaally easy buy a frozen selection from your supermarket (you can find an orchard fruit selection at Waitrose).

75ml Disaronno

Boozy Orchard fruit Frosties

Boozy Orchard fruit Frosties

Simply tip into a blender and whizz it all up. I found it helpful to have it on the ice setting. The fruit pieces are like blocks of ice.

Tip out into a glass of your choice. There’s really enough for 2, but tonight it’s just me so I get a double (no complaints here!)

I settled in front of a small fire in the lounge.

Boozy Orchard fruit Frosties

Because the fruit is frozen at the height of the season they have the best flavour and adding sugar is completely fruit-less.

Boozy Orchard fruit Frosties

You could add a squeeze of lime or decorate with some mint, but I was satisfied. It tasted lush.

Boozy Orchard fruit Frosties

Because you’ve used frozen fruit it stays frostie for ages, even with the Disaronno added.

Boozy Orchard fruit Frosties

With the first flames settling down Poppy settles on the rug.

Boozy Orchard fruit Frosties

This is going to be an easy going evening slowly sipping this scrumptious fruit packed frostie. Chin chin.

Boozy Orchard fruit Frosties



  1. Andy Kelly
    September 18, 2015 / 5:00 pm

    I want one!!!

    • Maria Kelly
      September 18, 2015 / 5:02 pm

      You would actually love it! I’ve decided it has a lot to do with the plums – they go especially well with Disaronno!