As the summer temps rise, my food and drink recipes start to lighten up. I prefer to grill or make seafood dishes with a side salad and make recipes that are simple with easy clean-up.
In addition to lightening my dishes, I also scale back on heavier beverages and love mixing it up with sangria! There is nothing quite like enjoying a refreshing and flavorful sangria on my deck.
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There are so many sangria recipes to choose from. But for me, nothing beats a good white sangria in summer and I’m always looking for new ways to make it.
This peach sangria recipe is great for entertaining because it is light, refreshing and not overly sweet. It is super easy to make and I love that it does not involve a separate step to make simple syrup because dump and go recipes are my jam!
Lately, I’ve been enjoying almost all beverages in mason jar glasses. So I love serving sangria in these Ball Glass Mason Jar with Lid and Band, Regular Mouth, 12 Jars (paid link). They lend a casual touch, are the perfect size for entertaining and so much easier to clean than stem glasses.
Making Peach Sangria
This recipe serves four and tastes best when prepped ahead of time. It is very easy to double or triple if serving a larger crowd.
1 Bottle Chardonnay
1 Bottle Savignon Blanc
3/4-1 Cup Sugar
1 Cup Peach Schnapps
3-4 Cups Pellegrino, Club Soda or Sprite
Directions for Peach Sangria
Mix all ingredients together and refrigerate before serving. If you want to maintain the fizz, hold off adding the carbonated ingredient until you are ready to serve. (Note: if you use Sprite, go with 1/2-3/4 cup sugar.) Cheers!
What Do You Think?
What’s your favorite summer beverage? This summer, I am loving this light and refreshing sangria. It is so easy to make and although it tastes better if you refrigerate before serving, I usually just serve immediately and add some ice.
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