Summer Strawberry Sangria Recipe

Strawberry sangria recipe

Make this yummy summer strawberry sangria recipe!

Strawberry sangria is refreshing and the perfect drink for toasting to late summer nights. We used a muddler to create the strawberry puree, but this could also be done in the food processor.

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Other fruits can be used; raspberries or blackberries could be subbed for the strawberries, and peaches or red grapes could be subbed for the plums. We added a squeeze of lemon juice before serving, which balanced the drink and added brightness.

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Strawberry Sangria Recipe Ingredients

  • ¼ cup Strawberry puree
  • 1 cup quartered strawberries, coated lightly in sugar
  • 1 cup finely chopped plums
  • ½ bottle Chardonnay
  • ½ cup simple syrup, to taste
  • 1 bottle Prosecco
  • ½ cup club soda

Strawberry sangria recipe

 Strawberry Sangria Recipe Directions

  1. Mix all ingredients through simple syrup.
  2. Chill  until ready to serve.
  3. Add Prosecco and club soda and serve immediately in large wine glasses.
  4. Garnish with strawberries, as desired.

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Loni has a culinary certificate from the Cambridge School of Culinary Arts, as well as a B.S. in Nutrition from Boston University. When she isn’t cooking with Leah, she is changing the lives of young cooks at Future Chefs and Beaver Country Day Camp.

Leah is a graduate student of Boston University, working on her M.S. in Dietetics with the Dietetic Internship. In addition to training for the Boston Marathon, she is also teaching fitness classes at the Cambridge Athletic Club.

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How did Loni and Leah meet?  Loni and Leah volunteered together in a six-week Cooking Matters class. They connected right away over delicious food and pink wine. They currently teach a series of healthy cooking classes at the Boston Center for Adult Education, which have been featured in the Boston Globe’s “Weekend to Do List.” You can find their recipes on the Boston Center for Adult Education’s blog and in the American Dietetic Association’s Eat Right Newsletter.

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