Bursting with strawberry, blueberry, and raspberry flavor, this super easy berry sangria is just the thing to relax with!
I thought and thought about what to make for you today, but I kept changing my mind. My other ideas will appear in the next week or so, but today’s berry sangria recipe was meant to be. It was as hot as hades outside this weekend, so I didn’t want to take the boys outdoors to run off steam, but they had plenty of steam to let off. By Sunday evening, I was DONE. Done being hot, done with kids running wild, just ready for a break. Even the boys were done I guess because they both fell asleep by 6:30pm yesterday!
After a long, hot day with cooped up, wild kids, there was only one thing to do: make sangria. This pitcher of sweet, refreshing berry sangria really hit the spot, and it couldn’t be any easier to make. I used frozen berries, but of course fresh would be great too this time of year. I love the frozen option because it means you could just as easily enjoy this easy white sangria in January as July!
I like my sangria best straight, especially if I’m enjoying it over ice since that will water it down a bit. If you want to make your sangria less potent or want to stretch it out for a crowd, you can add berry-flavored sparkling water or even blackberry Izze. This sangria is easy to make ahead of time and stick in the fridge before you’re ready to enjoy it. It should be good to drink for at least 48 hours if you have any leftover. (That never seems to be a problem at our house.) Cheers!
Boy, do I love sangria. Here are a few of my other favorite recipes!