What We’re Loving: Sangria

by Amy Feiereisel on August 22, 2014

in Drinks, Featured, What We’re Loving


Ooh, ooh, ooh, it’s magic! Ya know-w-w-wwww…. This is what runs through my mind when I think about Sangria. Wine + fruit + time = Spanish genius, and a beverage that goes down far too easily.

The beauty of it is both the simplicity and endless possibility; sangria can be made red, white, or virgin (like our #4 pick). The fruit is only limited to your imagination, running the gamut from citrus to berries to melon to arugula (yes, arugula).

Of course, we wouldn’t want to limit this flavor combination to just drinks, which is why you’ll also find some delectable baked goodies and desserts on our list of Sangria recipes from around the web, starting with this classic Five Ingredient Spanish Sangria {from the Minimalist Baker}. Cheers!


Here’s a favorite white wine pick, which wins extra points for whimsy. White Wine Melon Sangria {from Laylita’s Recipes}


The Best Sangria has a bit of a twist… arugula! {from GimmeSomeOven}


Booze isn’t for everyone, so here’s a friendly non-alcoholic pick: Citrus Virgin Sangria {from A Teaspoon of Happiness}


Sangria Cake. Beautiful, tasty, CAKE. {from Eat the Love}


Sangria Cupcakes and Sangria Sorbet bring Sangria from an aperitif to the dessert table! {from Pale Yellow and Dessert for Two}

Photos courtesy of John and Dana, Laylita, Ali, Si, Irvin, Tracy, and Christina.

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Amy Feiereisel

Blog Coordinator at Eat Boutique
Amy Feiereisel is a young, foolish, and tastebud-driven college student nursing an almost unhealthy obsession with the epicurean. Originally from Texas, she currently resides in gorgeous upstate New York for school, where she discovered her passion for all things food and farming. You can find her digging in the dirt, with her nose buried in a book, or dreamily painting away in her free time. She writes about life’s adventures over at Amy + Fire.

  • http://www.dessertfortwo.com/ DessertForTwo

    Hey, thanks for the links :) You da best!

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