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White Peach Sangria

So, Hubby and I were wanting a little something special to help ring in the New Year. We absolutely LOVE the Peach Sangria that you can get at Carrabba’s so I was on the hunt for great sangria recipe! I stumbled upon a few and found one I really liked that had a nice balance of fruits. If you follow me on Pinterest (if you don’t you know you want to! *wink*) you would know I pinned this recipe a few days before NYE. You can find that original recipe here. But, you know me I had to make it my own so here is the version I whipped up!

White Peach Sangria recipe from ThisSillyGirlsLife.com

This is super duper easy to make and I suggest making it at least 24 hours in advance. This is like a fine spaghetti sauce or stew, the longer it sits the better! You shall need these ingredients:

White Peach Sangria recipe from ThisSillyGirlsLife.com

(enough ingredients for a DOUBLE batch):

2 ea                       White Wine, bottles, I chose a Chardonnay (next time I make this I will probably go for a sweeter wine like a                                        Riesling but this came out great too!)

2 Cups                   Frozen Peaches (or half a bag like in the picture)

2/3 Cup                Peach Schnapps (We used the leftovers for fuzzy navels! YUM!)

1 ea                       Pineapple Slices, canned in juice

2 Cups                  Frozen Strawberries

1/2 Cup               Granulated Sugar

1/4 Cup               Water

First of all I took the sugar and water and melted it on the stove to form a simple syrup and then sat that on the side to cool. Next, I took a large stock pot and dumped the pineapple with juice in the bottom, I cut the slices into quarters. Place the remaining fruits in the pot

White Peach Sangria recipe from ThisSillyGirlsLife.com

and add the rest of the ingredients.  I made this about 48 hours in advance. After all that time I did strain out the fruits and kind of smushed them to get any remaining liquid out. Now this is completely optional I just thought maybe the fruit would start to ferment and get icky. But, make it how you wish! I even ate some of the fruit, it was pretty strong with alcohol but still nummy. So, needless to say we had a great New Year’s Eve at home! I hope you enjoy this recipe and if you try it out let me know how it goes! Thanks for reading!

White Peach Sangria
 
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We absolutely LOVE the Peach Sangria that you can get at Carrabba's so I was on the hunt for great sangria recipe! I stumbled upon a few and found one I really liked that had a nice balance of fruits. But, you know me I had to make it my own so here is the version I whipped up!
Ingredients
  • (enough ingredients for a DOUBLE batch):
  • 2 ea White Wine, bottles, I chose a Chardonnay (next time I make this I will probably go for a sweeter wine like a Riesling but this came out great too!)
  • 2 Cups Frozen Peaches (or half a bag like in the picture)
  • ⅔ Cup Peach Schnapps (We used the leftovers for fuzzy navels! YUM!)
  • 1 ea Pineapple Slices, canned in juice
  • 2 Cups Frozen Strawberries
  • ½ Cup Granulated Sugar
  • ¼ Cup Water
Instructions
  1. First of all I took the sugar and water and melted it on the stove to form a simple syrup and then sat that on the side to cool.
  2. Next, I took a large stock pot and dumped the pineapple with juice in the bottom, I cut the slices into quarters. Place the remaining fruits in the pot and add the rest of the ingredients.
  3. I made this about 48 hours in advance.
  4. After all that time I did strain out the fruits and kind of smushed them to get any remaining liquid out.
  5. Now this is completely optional I just thought maybe the fruit would start to ferment and get icky. But, make it how you wish! I even ate some of the fruit, it was pretty strong with alcohol but still nummy.
  6. Enjoy!

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30 Wonderful Comments

  1. avatar
    January 4, 2013

    Glad you tried my Sangria recipe as your jumping off point – happy 2013 & thanks for mentioning it 🙂

  2. avatar
    Charlotte says:
    January 10, 2013

    This recipe sounds so yummy and perfect for a night like new years eve, think I may try it out for valentines night 🙂

  3. avatar
    Ann says:
    January 11, 2013

    My husband and I love the white peach sangria at Granite City. I’ve been wanting to make it myself. Can’t wait to try your special recipe.

  4. avatar
    Jo says:
    July 5, 2013

    We had the most delicious Peach Sangria at Carrabba’s just last night. And here I am today – online hunting the recipe. Thanks for having it right there ready for me! We’re invited to a cookout in two days, so I guess I’d better get busy smashing those peaches! 🙂 My waitress did tell me that they use White Zinfandel, so I’m going to start off with that this time around.

    By the way – at World Market they have a White Sangria that I really like–by Ed Harvey. YUM!! Hummmm…maybe I should start off with THAT for my recipe.

    • avatar
      Dana DeVolk says:
      July 5, 2013

      LOL, sounds great!! Thanks so much for the tip and for checking out the recipe!

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