I have recently become obsessed with sangria. There are just so many ways to make it especially in the summertime when there’s an endless amount of fresh, ripe fruit available. One of my favorite sangria recipes was created by our very own Emily. Seriously try it, you won’t regret it.
So with 4th of July just days away I thought it would be appropriate to create a sangria that could be served on this holiday. Not only is this sangria yummy and patriotic, it is also incredibly easy to make.
I do have a question for all you sangria lovers though… do you eat the fruit while you are drinking, after, or not at all?
- 1 Bottle of White Wine (Not too dry)
- 1 Bottle of Champagne
- 1 Cup Triple Sec
- ½ Cup Simple Syrup
- 1 pint Blueberries
- 1 Cup Strawberries, cut in quarters
- 6 Pieces of Pineapple Stars
- Wash and cut your strawberries
- Slice your pineapple. I made mine into stars by using a star shaped cookie cutter
- Pour all ingredients into a pitcher and mix.
- Store in the fridge for at least and hour
Enjoy chilled. Happy 4th of July and remember to drink responsibly.
If you would like to make a kid’s version, just simply omit the alcohol and add sprite.