Non-Alcoholic Grape Juice Sangria

"A version of Sangria that even the kids can enjoy."
 
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Ready In:
15mins
Ingredients:
7
Serves:
4
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ingredients

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directions

  • In a large pitcher, combine orange juice, sugar, and grape juice.
  • Add cut fruit and stir until sugar is dissolved.
  • Refrigerate until cool and add seltzer water soda just before serving.

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  1. KMOM14
    I didn't put any actual fruit pieces in mine, but this turned out very well and tasted like Sangria. This would be great to serve at a cookout and adding the fruit pieces would make it look festive and exotic.
     
  2. Az B8990
    What a great recipe! Made exactly as directed, using apple since peaches are not in season. Extremely simple yet very tasty. Will make this often. Made for ZWT5 Vive Valencia Challenge. Thanks for sharing :)
     
  3. wicked cook 46
    Gracias por una gran bebida que sea disfrutada mucho este verano What a lovely drink for young and old. I made this twice before I could even review it LOL The first time I used apple juice and a blueberry/pomegrante single drink crystal. The second time with a cran/raisin juice. I topped it with ginger ale. Made for the ZWT5 Storybook Challenge for Spain/Portugal using the book The Most Magnificent Mosque as inspriration. This is a keeper recipe .
     
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