Easy Sunday Sangria (My GF Beer Substitute)

Here’s how we make our easy Sunday sangria. No shame to say it ain’t from scratch. If you try this at home, use cheap wine.

Two cans of San Pelligrino soda: one limonata and one arranciata. Equal parts wine, or 2 parts wine to 3 parts soda. For a smaller amount of sangria, one can of arranciata and the juice from a fresh lime until your mouth puckers the slightest bit….


Had to show you today’s wine again because the rooster is just too much. Any good but not pricey wine will do. Red or white, they both taste great. You can also add cut fruit if you want to have some fun. Apples are my favorite. Let them soak in the sangria a bit before serving.


When we have guests, we usually serve it in a nice (casual) sangria pitcher. Or we just reduce, reuse and recycle. Looks odd. Tastes great.


Correction from original post: I wrote juice from a fresh “lemon” instead of lime. Dangit. From my Mexican husband, I have learned to “forget” the English words and now call them both lemons sometimes. As Mario would say, I mean the green lemons!

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Glutenfreelandia - It's where I live. Do you live there too? This blog is devoted to the joy, peace, health and struggle of living a gluten free life. For celiacs, gluten intolerants and those who love them. Glutenfreelandia - es donde vivo yo. Y tú? Este blog está dedicada a la alegría, la paz, la salud y la lucha de vivir una vida libre de gluten. Para los celíacos, intolerantes al gluten y los que los aman.
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