Recipe: Fall Harvest Sangria
An easy-to-prepare punch that will be a hit at Friendsgiving.
The holidays are stressful and you can’t always prepare food ahead. This translates to cocktails as well. Luckily we have a recipe for an easy-to-make sangria you can literally put in a plastic bin for Friendsgiving, or elevate in some wine glasses for Thanksgiving. Either way, it’s sure to please!
Fall Harvest Sangria
Yields 1 drink
3 ounces of a dry white or red wine (we used Prosecco for the carbonation)
3 ounces of apple cider
2 ounces of cranberry juice
Optional: cinnamon sugar to garnish
Note: I bought a half gallon of apple cider, a bottle of cranberry juice, and one bottle of prosecco and it yielded around 6 drinks
Start with pouring 3 ounces of your wine as a base
Add in the apple cider. You may need to stir it so it doesn’t separate
Top with your desired amount of cranberry juice
I can’t emphasize how easy this is to make and I’m no bartender. I had this at a wedding and then I brought it to a party where it was a hit!
I’m more of a fan of white wines and I liked the addition of the slight carbonation which is why I used Prosecco. When we ran out at the party, we used a Rosé which worked just as well.