There are so many sangria recipes out there, but these two are my go to recipes that I use for entertaining.  They are different enough that you can serve both at a party and give guests the option to choose. I really cater these recipes to what I have on hand at any particular time so feel free to use whatever wine or fruits you have in the house. Sangria goes perfectly paired with BBQ foods and a day of hanging out in the sun.

Ingredients for Red Wine Easy Sangria Recipe

2 bottles of Shiraz wine
Seltzer
1 cup of triple sec or orange liqueur
Various citrus fruits – I used 2 lemons, 2 limes, 2 tangelos and 1 grapefruit

Sangria Recipe

Directions for Easy Sangria Recipe

Slice all of the citrus into half rounds or small wedges and squeeze the juice into a large pitcher or jar.  Using a wooden spoon muddle the fruit a little. Add in the triple sec and wine.  When serving make sure you spoon some of the fruit into the glass and top with a splash of seltzer. I suggest storing in a large mason jar because that way you can save the leftover wine in your fridge for about 1 week, it gets better after a few hours of soaking all together!

Sangria Recipe

 


 Ingredients for White Wine Sangria Recipe

2 bottles of Moscato wine
1 can of frozen lemonade concentrate
1 cup of peach schnapps
Raspberries, Blueberries, and Blackberries – As much as you like

Easy Sangria Recipe

Directions for White Wine Sangria Recipe

Combine all ingredients into a large Mason jar or pitcher and allow to chill in the fridge for at least one hour. This recipe does make a sweet sangria and if you like it less sweet use only half the can of lemonade or perhaps a less sweet wine. I like to serve this white sangria in personal sized mason jars, it looks so cute and festive!

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As a former athlete with an intense competitive nature I like to challenge my cooking skills with new recipes and unfamiliar ingredients. I source local and organic ingredients as much as possible. I’m on a mission to conquer the kitchen