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Easy Homemade Sangria - by the Glass!!

Easy Homemade Sangria - by the Glass!


I've been making glasses of this "sangria" for years. 

Seriously, I can drink a lot of this since it tastes so good and since it's summer, I'm thirsty! 





Here is a "recipe" for the sangria I make - by the glass but really, no recipe is necessary. Pour a half glass of some kind of red wine (not too sweet) and add half as much orange juice and again either ginger ale or Sprite or seltzer. Fill with any kind of fruit and have at it!! I did put together a recipe since many people like to follow an exact recipe.





RECIPE for EASY SANGRIA BY THE GLASS!


1/2 cup red wine (not too sweet since we'll be sweetening this up)
1/4 or 1/3 cup of orange mango juice (that stuff is delicious)
1 teaspoon white sugar or honey
Squirt of lemon
1/3 cup of seltzer water or ginger ale or Sprite
Cut up fruit - strawberries, blueberries, melons, etc.
Ice cubes - can use the frozen fruit ice cubes

I start with the wine and add the rest of the ingredients, finishing with ice cubes and the frozen fruit ice cubes that I make to put in easy and quick seltzer drinks.




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14 comments:

  1. Wow what a great ideas about it and i am glad with it,. Thanks for
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  2. Linda, these look beautiful, healthy, and refreshing! I am SO glad you shared this with us at Treasure Box Tuesday- pinning! :)

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  3. Looks Yummy!! Thanks for stopping by!!

    Hugs.
    Debbie

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  4. Thanks for sharing that project...I might just have to pinch that idea! Looks great in your lovely garden.

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  5. Hi Linda - I mentioned this on my blog today - and provided a link to this article. Thanks for the great idea!

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  6. Linda, I feel cooler just reading about this- think how great I will feel when I actually make some!! I love this so much I am featuring it at this week's Treasure Box Tuesday! We start tonight at 8 pm EST. Thanks for partying with us! ♥

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  7. Such a great idea! Thanks for sharing on Worthwhile Wednesdays!

    ~Allie http://thecraftiestallie.blogspot.com/

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  8. Mmm that looks refreshing. Thanks for sharing! Hello from Treasure Box Tuesday.

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  9. I love this because one is enough for me. I never make it because I don't want to waste wine lol

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  10. Thanks for linking up your recipe to The Creative Exchange! xo, Laura

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  11. What a great idea! Thanks so much for sharing with the Let's Get Real party.

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  12. Butterflies also love this type with the pebbles in the bottom with shallow water to drink from too.

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