Red, White and Blue Sangria

Hi Dimple Prints readers! It’s Megan from Coffee Cups and Crayons here again with a fun 4th of July recipe for you–Red, White, and Blue Sangria! It’s refreshing and festive and so easy to make!

Red, White, and Blue...4th of July Sangria!

How to Make Red, White and Blue Sangria

1 lb fresh strawberries

1 pint fresh blueberries

1 bottle pinot grigio

20 oz Sprite

splash of Grand Marnier

Wash the blueberries and strawberries and pat dry. Chop the strawberries into large pieces. Freeze 1/3 of blueberries and the strawberry pieces (uncovered) on a flat cookie tray. Pour the wine into a container and add the rest of the berries and a splash of Grand Marnier. Allow the sangria to marinate in the refrigerator for a few hours. Before serving add the Sprite and use the frozen berries for berry ice cubes in the glasses and in the pitcher.

Strawberry, Blueberry and White Wine Sangria

I love how bright and patriotic the berries look! This is the perfect drink for a summer barbecue. For large crowds all you need to do is double or triple the recipe. You can even pre-pour the sangria into mason jars with the tops on them and serve in a large bucket of ice.

How to Make Sangria for the 4th of July

For more 4th of July inspiration read:

Red, White, and Blue Layered Jell-O

4th of July Cheesecake

4th of July Muffin Tin

Megan is the creator of Coffee Cups and Crayons, a blog that shares fun and useful ideas for modern parents. She believes that small, intentional acts of kindness {and really good coffee!} can change the world. You can follow all of her learning activities, kids crafts, and party inspiration on Pinterest, Facebook, Twitter, and G+.

My name is Carli, owner, designer & creative mind behind DimplePrints. I am married to my high school sweetheart & we have 3 wonderful kids. In the beginning I simply started by wanting to share a piece of our lives with loved ones by sending cards & invitations for special occasions. With the support of family, friends & great customers, it has grown into Dimpleprints.

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