Summer Sangria Recipes
I LOVE sangria. And I always enjoy it when other people make it. But for some reason I’ve never attempted to make my own…until now. I guess I thought it was super time consuming, or really expensive to make. Wrong. Truth is it couldn’t be easier or more affordable. You literally just pick some fruit you like, mix with some vodka, add some bubbles and enjoy.
And it’s a great cocktail to mix up the night before you have company or are headed to a friend’s house for a BBQ. It is perfect for entertaining because it looks gorgeous in a big glass server and it’s really cheap to make. Win win! Our version of Skinny Summer Sangria is the perfect cold crisp recipe for all your summer hang out needs!
Or the next time you have the girls over make this and pair it with our Skinny Buffalo Chicken Bites or our Simple Crab Rangoon for a perfect ladies night in. It is simple to make (of course!) and tastes delicious without the extra sugars added in. Definitely a great treat to make for parties and cookouts, or to go with a spicy burger.
Easy Sangria Recipe
This drink couldn’t be easier to pull together. Just combine the raspberries, peaches, and vodka in a container and let sit overnight (or for at least 6 hours if you are making the day of). When you’re ready, add the Prosecco, soda water, and garnish with fresh lime slices and mint leaves. It is crisp, refreshing, and an absolute must to cool off on a hot summer day! Enjoy!
Summer Cocktail Essentials
More Simple Cocktail Recipes
- 1 cup peach flavored vodka
- 2 peaches, sliced thin
- 1 pint raspberries
- 1 bottle Prosecco
- 16 oz soda water
- 1 lime
- mint leaves to taste
- Combine peaches, raspberries, and vodka in a container and refrigerate overnight (or at least 6 hours)
- Pour in Prosecco, soda water, stir and serve chilled
- garnish with slices of lime and fresh mint leaves
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