Definitely one of the best non-alcoholic summer drinks around, this Berry Peach Sparkling Sangria is delicious! Fruit juices and fresh fruits combine to make the perfect sweet beverage for the summer.
Before serving, the sweetness is balanced by adding sparkling water. Note: You can make this drink alcohol-free by substituting dry red wine for the grape juice.
A delicious summer cocktail, Sparkling Berry Peach Sangria is perfect for picnics or get-togethers. It is a sparkling sangria made with berries and fruit.
Just before serving, sparkling water is added to balance out the sweetness.
If you mix everything ahead of time, leave out the sparkling water and club soda. You should wait to add that until you are ready to serve. For best results, mix everything together and refrigerate it for at least 4 hours.
For all Weight Watchers plans, this Sangria has 3 Weight Watchers points. According to the Weight Watchers coach, even though this is a drink, the fruit does not count since it is not blended.
What's in a Sangria?
Fruits - We use a variety of fruits like blueberries, strawberries, an orange, and peach. You can mix and match other fruits such as watermelon, if you prefer.
Juice - for a non-alcoholic version we add unsweetened grape juice and sparkling water or club soda.
How to Make a Berry Peach Sparkling Sangria
Using a large wooden spoon, muddle the fruit in a large pitcher to release the juices.
Add the orange juice, wine, and cinnamon sticks. Refrigerate the pitcher for at least four hours.
Add sparkling water to half-filled glasses of ice and serve. Mix the chilled sangria with the fruit and top off with the chilled sangria. Before serving, garnish each glass with an orange wedge. I hope you enjoy it!
Want to make it a kid-friendly drink? Sparkling Peach and Berry Sangria are a delicious non-alcoholic version of sangria. With this kid-friendly beverage, the flavorful blend of strawberries, blueberries, oranges, and peaches will rejuvenate you.
This drink can be a great addition to summer gatherings or enjoyed as a special treat at night.
What Flavors go Well Together?
My first reaction to blending so many fresh fruits together was apprehensive, but it pleasantly surprised me when I took my first sip.
Strawberries and peaches add a touch of sweetness, while oranges provide a citrus punch, and the blueberries mellow out both flavors for the right amount of sweetness.
How Do you Preserve Fresh Fruit Juice?
Your Sparkling Peach and Berry Sangria may make you wonder how to preserve it.
It's challenging to preserve fresh fruit juice. It's best to make this fruity sangria the day before serving it.
To preserve the flavor of this fresh fruit juice recipe, store it in the refrigerator or add ice cubes. If it looks a little murky, it's fine. Fruit is all it is.
I make this Sparkling Peach and Berry Sangria during the hot summer months because it helps cool my body temperature down and provides a fancy juice drink that kids and adults can enjoy, although kids cannot drink the red wine version of this recipe.
The berry peach sparkling sangria will cool you down as soon as you take a sip of your glass of sparkling water, juice, and fruit.
This recipe doesn't contain any sugar, since the various berries provide enough natural sweetness to satisfy your thirst. This Sparkling Peach and Berry Sangria is a great summer drink, whether you're making it for adults or for kids.
Sparkling Peach and Berry Sangria
Make this refreshing beverage by gathering the ingredients below.
It is a fantastic recipe to serve to guests when entertaining since you can make several pitchers and guests can serve themselves.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is Sangria Wine?
You can make Sangria an adult only alcoholic drink or a Non-Alcoholic drink simply by swapping grape juice for dry red wine.
Sangria is a red wine-based drink that's garnished with chopped fruit, sugar, and extra liquor. ... When consumed in moderation, the indentation, like red wine, has wonderful health benefits. Red wine's benefits and properties are found in sangria.
Is Sangria Dry or Sweet?
You can make sangria as sweet as you like. As a general rule, it will be fruity, so choose a dry red wine with low sugar content. Add more acidic juice like lemonade or simply don't add sugar to your mixture if you want it to be tart.
Should you Eat the Fruit in Sangria?
Fruit soaked in alcohol won't lose any of its nutrients. It is even possible that the alcohol acts as a preservative! ... As for me, I'd eat the fruit at the bottom of the glass as soon as possible! The fruit from one cup of sangria can be considered a serving... but it doesn't excuse drinking another or third glass!
- ½ c. blueberries
- 1 c. strawberries, sliced
- 1 large orange, sliced*
- 1 medium ripe peach, sliced
- 2 c. unsweetened grape juice
- 1 c. freshly squeezed orange juice
- 2 cinnamon sticks, optional
- 2 c. sparkling water or club soda
- Ice, to serve
1. Add the fruit to a large pitcher and gently muddle with a large wooden spoon to release the juices.
2. Add the grape juice, orange juice, and cinnamon sticks. Place the pitcher in the refrigerator to chill for at least 4 hours.
3. To serve, fill individual serving glasses with ice and add sparkling water until half full. Top off with the chilled sangria and fruit and give a quick stir to combine. Garnish each glass with an orange wedge before serving. Enjoy!
*Reserve one orange slice and cut into 4 or 6 small wedges for garnish