summertime sangria.

Sangria is a summertime staple in our home and I have a feeling we’ll be making a big ‘ol pitcher of it this weekend. It’s a light, happy and refreshing drink can be enjoyed all day long. Here’s our go-to recipe. 

simple summertime sangria
1 bottle of a fruity red or white wine 
(I usually buy Saludas Red from Fresh & Easy for $2.99)
4 cups of Diet 7-Up or Ginger Ale (or just pour to taste)
1 orange, cut in slices & squeezed
1 lemon, cut in slices & squeezed
2 limes, cut in slices & squeezed
Splash of orange juice or lemonade
1-2 tablespoons of Triple Sec (optional)
1 small can of pinneapple (optional)
Fresh berries of your choice (optional) 

Chill the pitcher to let the flavors blend (ideally for at least a few hours or overnight).
Serve over ice & enjoy!

This is our authentic sangria set that we bought during a 
Schramm Family trip in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico in April 2008.

have a sunny weekend

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