Cinco de Mayo Decor
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Frozen Sangria

Calling all fellow Sangria lovers!  Here is a great way to serve a crowd Sangria for Cinco de Mayo or any other occasion because to me it goes with all occasions.  YUM!

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Prep: 10 min., Freeze: 24 hr. This makes about 24 servings without breaking the bank. Total cost is about $13.

Makes about 1 1/2 gal.

Ingredients

  • 1  gal. sangría
  • 1  (12-oz.) can frozen limeade, thawed
  • 1  (2-liter) bottle lemon-lime soft drink
  • 2  cups  sliced oranges, lemons, and limes

1. Place 1 (2-gal.) zip-top plastic freezer bag inside another 2-gal. zip-top plastic freezer bag. Place bags in a large bowl. Combine sangría, limeade, and lemon-lime soft drink in the inside bag. Seal both bags, and freeze 24 hours. (Double bagging is a precaution to avoid spills.)

2. Remove mixture from freezer 1 hour before serving, squeezing occasionally until slushy. Transfer mixture to a 2-gal. container. Stir in fruit.

Kid-Friendly Frozen Sangría: Substitute cranberry juice for sangría. Proceed with recipe as directed

(photo from southernliving.com)

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Jessica

I love the display. Last year I bought one of those jars w/the spout from PB. (was such a hit) The fresh cut up fruit really adds a special touch to it. Such a great recipe to! (try adding 1 cup brandy) It gives it that extra oomph...YUM! Another great post Joanna! (I could live on your site)

Kendall @ Kendall's Entertaining Life

Mmmm this looks good! And easy!

Jen

Sounds delicious...I wonder if frozen white grape juice would be work, too?

Donna

I'm going to try the kid friendly version---Thanks!

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