This winter twist on sangria is made with frozen cranberries, pomegranates and oranges. It’s delicious and festive, the perfect way to ring in the new year.
I love sangria just about any time of the year and this winter sangria is my new favorite drink. It’s super easy to make too. All that needs to be done is toss the ingredients into a pitcher and wait for at least an hour to allow the flavors blend together.
Homemade sangria tastes so much better than the pre-made stuff which is loaded with sugar. When I make sangria, I let the fresh fruit provide the sweetness. If that’s not enough sweet for you, you can always add a spoonful of honey. The best thing about sangria is that it gets better the longer it sits, so make up a batch to have on hand for holiday visitors.
Cape Cod Select is my new go to for cranberries, they are so convenient. Even though they are frozen the Cape Cod Select Cranberries are plump and very fresh tasting. You can find them at your favorite food store or you can order them online.
- 1 750 ML bottle organic red blend wine
- 1½ cups Cape Cod Select Cranberries
- 1 orange or 2 clementines sliced
- ½ cup fresh squeezed orange juice
- 1 cup pomegranate arils
- 1 pear cut into chunks
- 2 ounces brandy
- up to 1 tablespoon of honey
- Add all ingredients to a pitcher and place in the refrigerator for at least one hour
- serve with ice and a splash of sparkling water if desired.
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