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Non-alcoholic sangria: how to make a fake cocktail full of fruit for your children

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134
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Non-alcoholic sangria: how to make a fake cocktail full of fruit for your children

  • 20 minutes + 4 hours of rest
  • Serves 8
  • Easy

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Despite being a thunderous blasphemy for those who love cocktails, a sort of narcoleptic oxymoron that causes spasms, non-alcoholic sangria is a drink that you can serve to your little ones not to make them feel excluded from the tables and parties of adults.

Indeed, it is an excellent idea if you have to celebrate a summer birthday, but say it’s a suitable method for making children eat fruit. Quite the contrary, since you will have to dip the fruit in the additional sugars of grape, pomegranate, or blueberry juice, do not give it often.

Apart from this, as you read earlier, is grape juice, which strictly does not need to be fermented if you want a non-alcoholic sangria without drunkenness.

You could also use karkadè if you feel vintage or blueberry infusions, but honestly, the result is not very edifying for the palate. Use a good juice or buy pomegranates and squeeze them if you want an excellent result.

Let’s close with a piece of dispassionate advice: use seasonal fruit and compensate with cloves, blueberries, and a piece of cinnamon. Peaches, lemons, apricots, apples, and pears are fine.

Ingredients and doses for making non-alcoholic sangria

  • 1 liter of grape juice (or cranberry or pomegranate or cranberry)
  • 1 peach
  • 1 apple
  • 1 lemon
  • 1 orange
  • 1 lime
  • 1 piece of cinnamon
  • 6 mint leaves
  • 5 grams of cloves

How to make the perfect non-alcoholic sangria

Buy organic fruit and do not peel it, but wash it thoroughly.

Cut it into pieces not too small or too large. Remember that you should be able to eat it comfortably.

Put it in a large container, add the grape juice, cinnamon, mint, and cloves and leave to rest in the refrigerator for 4 hours.

Take out the sangria and if it is for children, add 600 ml of water, even sparkling water if desired, and then add the ice.

Never use ice cubes, but a big piece. If you don’t have a large mold, freeze a plastic bottle filled with water.

Stir, remove the mint, cinnamon, and cloves, and serve your sparkling non-alcoholic sangria.

Make non-alcoholic sangria great again!

What dishes to pair with non-alcoholic sangria?

Baked pasta, cold cuts, tomato gnocchi, chicken curry, barbecue chicken wings, mixed paella, sweet and sour pork, sea bass with Cervia salt, puff pastry rolls, bacon, and wurstel, grilled chicken, fish balls.

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